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Economic Contributions of Agriculture,
Natural Resources, and Related Industries
in Florida Counties, 2008

Sponsored Project Report to Florida Farm Bureau Federation


Mohammad Rahmani, PhD, Coordinator of Economic Analysis
Alan W. Hodges*, PhD, Extension Scientist
Rodney L. Clouser, PhD, Professor


University of Florida/IFAS, Food & Resource Economics Department
PO Box 110240, Gainesville, FL 32611-0240


*Corresponding author contact:
Telephone: 352-392-1881 x312; Email: awhodges(Aufl.edu

October 20, 2010



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Contents


A know ledgm ents ................... ................... ...................4.........
In tro d u c tio n ............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Figure 1. Structure of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industries in a Regional Economy....... 5
Figure 2. M ap of Florida Economic Regions and Counties...................................... ................................ 6
M methods of A analysis ......................................................................... 7
Table 1. Organization of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industry Groups and Sectors........... 8
Using Industry Data and Regional Multipliers for Local Economic Development....................... ............. 10
G lossary of E conom ic Im pact T erm s ............................................................................. ................................ 11
Summary of Economic Contributions in Florida Regions and Counties......................................................... 13
Table 2. Population, Gross Regional Product and Direct Employment by All Industries in Florida Regions
an d C o u n tie s, 2 0 0 8 ....................... .......................................................................................... ......... ..... 14
Figure 3. Map of Gross Regional Product in Florida Counties, 2008 .................................................. 16
Table 3. Summary of Economic Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industries in
F lorida R regions and C counties, 2008 ...................................................................................... .. ........... 17
Figure 4. Map of Value Added Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industries in
F lorida C counties, 2008 ................... ................... ........................................................ .. 19
Figure 5. Map of Employment Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industries in
F lorida C counties, 2008 ................... ................... ........................................................ .. 20
Table 4. Summary of Regional Trade, Apparent Consumption, and Economic Multipliers for Agriculture,
Natural Resources, and related Industries in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008.............. .................. 21
Table 5. Summary of Employment Impacts by Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industry
Groups in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................................ ................................ 23
Table 6. Summary of Value Added Impacts by Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Industry
Groups in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................................ ................................ 25
Figure 6. Map of Value Added Impacts of Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production in Florida
Counties, 2008 ............ ............................ ......... ................ 27
Figure 7. Map of Value Added Impacts of Agricultural Inputs and Services in Florida Counties, 2008. ... 28
Figure 8. Map of Value Added Impacts of Food and Kindred Product Manufacturing in Florida Counties,
2 0 0 8.. ......................... ...................................................................... 2 9
Figure 9. Map of Value Added Impacts of Forest Product Manufacturing in Florida Counties, 2008. ....... 30
Figure 10. Map of Value Added Impacts of Nature-Based Recreation in Florida Counties, 2008.............. 31
Literature and Inform action Sources C ited..................... .................................................................. ...................... 32
A appendix: Econom ic Profiles of Florida C ounties................................................... ...................................... 33
Alachua County ........................................ .............. 34
Baker County ........................................ .............. 37
B ay C county ... . .......................... ......................................................................................... ............... ..... 40
B rad fo rd C ou n ty .. . .................................................................................................................. .............. ...... 4 3








Brevard County ................ ....... .....................................................................46
Brow ard County ................... ................... .............................9
Calhoun County ...................................................... 52
Charlotte County ................... ................... .............................5
Citrus County ................... ................... .............................8
Clay County .................................................... .............. 61
Collier County................................. .............. 64
Colum bia County ................... ................... .............................7
D e S o to C o u n ty ........................................................................................................................... .............. 7 0
D ixie County ...................................................................73
D uval County ...................................................................................................... 76
Escam bia County ....................................................................................................................... .................... 79
Flagler County ................................................. ................................ 82
Franklin County ...................................................... 85
G adsden County .................. ................... ........ .............................. 88
G ilc h rist C o u n ty ................................................................................................................................................ 9 1
Glades County................................. .............. 94
Gulf County ................................ ........................................................................................ .................... 97
H am ilton County...................................................................................................................... .............. 100
H ardee County ...................................................... 103
H endry County ................... ................................................06
H ernando County ................... ................................................09
H highlands County .............................................. ................................ 112
H illsborough County................................................................................................................ .................... 115
H olm es County .................................................. .............. 118
Indian River County................................................................................................................. .................... 121
Jackson County ......... .... ............... ............................................................... 124
Jefferson County ............ .................. ........................................... 127
Lafayette County...................................................................................................................... .............. 130
Lake County ...................................................................133
Lee County ................................................................................. 136
Leon County.............................................. ........ 139
Levy County.............................................. ........ 142
Liberty County ................... ................................................45
M adison County ................... ................................................48
M anatee County ................... ................................................51
M arion County ................... ................................................54








M martin C county ...... ............................................ .......................................... 157
Miami-Dade County .......................... ..... .............. 160
M onroe C ou nty ................... ................................................63
Nassau County ........................................ .............. 166
O k alo o sa C o u n ty ...................................................................................................................... .............. 16 9
O keechob ee C county ........................................................................... 172
O range C county ....................... ..........................75..........
O sceola C ou nty ............... ........... . .................................................................... 17 8
Palm B each C county ................................................................................. ..... .............. 181
Pasco County ...... ......... ......... ......... ....................... ......... .. .............. 184
P in ellas C ou n ty ........................................................................... 18 7
Polk County ............................................... 190
P u tn a m C o u n ty ......................................................................................................................... ............ ..... 1 9 3
Santa R osa C county ........................ .........................96.........
S ara so ta C o u n ty ...... ................................................................................................................ .............. 19 9
S em in o le C o u n ty ...................................................................................................................... .............. 2 0 2
S t. J o h n s C o u n ty ............................................................................................................................................. 2 0 5
S t. L u c ie C o u n ty ............................................................................................................................................. 2 0 8
Sumter County ........................................ .............. 211
Suw annee C county .............................................. .................. .............. 214
T ay lo r C ou n ty ................... ................................................17
U n ion C ou nty ................... ................................................2 0
V o lu sia C o u n ty ...... ................................................................................................................. .............. 2 2 3
W ak u lla C o u n ty ...... ................................................................................................................ ............ ..... 2 2 6
W alton C county ...................... ................................................................................. .. .............. 229
Washington County .......................... ................... 232








Acknowledgments


This report was made possible by a grant from Florida Farm Bureau Federation, with matching financial support
by the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Office of the Senior Vice President for
Agriculture and Natural Resources. Special guidance on the project was provided by Mr. Pat Cockrell of Farm Bureau.
Assistance with preparation of the report was provided by Thomas Stevens and Carol Fountain at the University of
Florida, Food and Resource Economics Department.



















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Introduction


The state of Florida has nearly 24 million acres (36,000 square miles) in forests, croplands, and ranches-two-

thirds of Florida's total land area. The agriculture and natural resource industries produce food, fiber, and mineral

commodities, and are linked to a broad range of other economic sectors for food and kindred product manufacturing,

wholesale and retail distribution, input supplies, support services, and nature-based recreation/eco-tourism. For example,

in addition to farming, forestry, fisheries, and mining, other diverse activities are included such as fertilizer

manufacturing, sawmills, fruit and vegetable processing, landscaping, wholesale food distributors, retail food stores,

restaurants, retail lawn and garden centers, pest-control services, golf courses, and recreational fishing.

The typical structure of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in a local or regional economy is

indicated in Figure 1. The agriculture and natural resources sectors are linked to local government, the resident

population, the rest of local industries and the rest of the world economy. The linkages indicated in the diagram represent

flows of goods and services, and countercurrent flows of money in exchange. Local government provides public services

to the agriculture and natural resources sectors, receives tax payments, and makes institutional purchases. Households

provide labor to local businesses and spend their earnings for personal consumption of food and other products. The rest

of local industries provide inputs and services to the agriculture and natural resources sectors, and make intermediate

commodity purchases. Exports of goods and services to the rest of the world economy generate new income to the region,

while imports of goods and services create a "leakage"(loss) of local wealth.



Figure 1. Structure of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in a regional economy



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Services Purchases (jobs)


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Information on the economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in the state of

Florida in 2008 was provided in a report by Hodges and Rahmani (2010), available at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe829. This

report provides estimates of these industries' economic contributions in each of Florida's 67 counties and 9 economic

regions in 2008. A map of Florida counties and economic regions is shown in Figure 2.


Figure 2. Map of Florida economic regions and counties

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Methods of Analysis


Data for this analysis were obtained from the Impact Analysis for Planning (IMPLAN) Professional database of
Florida counties for 2008 (Minnesota IMPLAN Group/MIG, Inc.), the 2007 Census of Agriculture, and other special
studies conducted by the authors. IMPLAN data are derived from the National Income and Product Accounts for the
United States (U.S. Department of Commerce). Over 90 individual industry sectors were identified as related to
agriculture and natural resource commodity production, input supply and supporting services, food and kindred product
manufacturing and distribution, and nature-based recreation. Industry groups and individual sectors included in the
analysis are shown in Table 1. Note that some industry sectors in this analysis were reclassified from their original major
industry group designation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to be included as part of
the broadly defined agriculture and related industries.
The total regional economic impacts for each sector were estimated using models developed with the IMPLAN
Professional software for social accounting and impact analysis (MIG, Inc.). This system enables construction of input-
output models and social accounting matrices that represent the structure of a regional economy in terms of transactions
among industry sectors, households, and governments, as described in Figure 1. IMPLANmodels account for industrial
commodity production, employment, labor and property income, household and institutional consumption, domestic and
international trade (imports, exports), government taxes, transfer payments such as welfare and retirement pensions, and
capital investment, among other things. Economic multipliers for each industry capture the secondary effects of new
money flowing into the region that generates further economic activity as it is re-spent in the local economy (Miller and
Blair 2009). Indirect effects multipliers represent the economic activity generated in the supply chain through the purchase
of intermediate inputs from vendor firms. Induced effects multipliers represent the impacts of spending by industry
employee households and governments. In this analysis, the indirect and induced multipliers were applied only to foreign
and domestic exports, or sales outside the state of Florida that represent new final demand to the regional economy. The
total economic impacts were calculated as the sum of direct effects, plus indirect and induced effects. Therefore, while the
estimates of this analysis are referred to as "economic impacts," these values may be better understood as "economic
contributions" because they represent the ongoing economic activity of existing industries, rather than a net change in
activity resulting from external influences (Watson et al. 2007).
IMPLAN regional economic models were developed for the state of Florida and for each of the 67 counties in the
state. All model parameters were kept at default settings, with econometrically estimated regional purchase coefficients
(RPCs) representing the share of commodities purchased from local sources. Social/institutional accounts for households;
local, state, and federal governments; and capital investment were incorporated endogenously within the model.
For some activities that were not specifically identified in the IMPLAN model, values were estimated as a share of
their parent sector based on previous studies and other economic data: landscape services and pest control services were
49 percent and 15 percent, respectively, of services to buildings (sector 388); wholesale food distribution was 20 percent
of wholesale trade (sector 319); retail lawn and garden centers were 19 percent of building materials and garden stores
(sector 323); and golf courses and recreational fishing were 48 percent and 10 percent, respectively, of amusement and
recreation services (sector 410).










Table 1. Organization of agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups and sectors

Industry Group (bold) IMPLAN Sector Number and Description
Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production
1. Oilseed farming
2. Grain farming
3. Vegetable and melon farming
4. Fruit farming
5. Tree nut farming
6. Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production
7. Tobacco farming
8. Cotton farming
9. Sugarcane and sugar beet farming
10. All other crop farming
11. Cattle ranching and farming
12. Dairy cattle and milk production
13. Poultry and egg production
14. Animal production, except cattle and poultry and eggs
15. Forestry, forest products, and timber tract production
16. Commercial logging
17. Commercial fishing
19. Support activities for agriculture and forestry
Agricultural Inputs & Services
130. Fertilizer manufacturing
131. Pesticide and other agricultural chemical manufacturing
203. Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing
204. Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing
379. Veterinary services
388a. Landscape services
388b. Pest control services
Mining
20. Extraction of oil and natural gas
21. Mining coal
22. Mining iron ore
23. Mining copper, nickel, lead, and zinc
24. Mining gold, silver, and other metal ore
25. Mining and quarrying stone
26. Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay, and ceramic and refractory minerals
27. Mining and quarrying other nomnetallic minerals
28. Drilling oil and gas wells
29. Support activities for oil and gas operations
30. Support activities for other mining
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
41. Dog and cat food manufacturing
42. Other animal food manufacturing
43. Flour milling and malt manufacturing
44. Wet corn milling
45. Soybean and other oilseed processing
46. Fats and oils refining and blending
47. Breakfast cereal manufacturing
48. Sugarcane mills and refining
49. Beet sugar manufacturing
50. Chocolate and confectionery manufacturing from cacao beans
51. Confectionery manufacturing from purchased chocolate
52. Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing
53 Frozen food manufacturing
54. Fruit and vegetable canning, pickling, and drying
55. Fluid milk and butter manufacturing
56. Cheese manufacturing








Industry Group (bold) IMPLAN Sector Number and Description
57. Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy product manufacturing
58. Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing
59. Animal (except poultry) slaughtering, rendering, and processing
60. Poultry processing
61. Seafood product preparation and packaging
62. Bread and bakery product manufacturing
63. Cookie, cracker, and pasta manufacturing
64. Tortilla manufacturing
65. Snack food manufacturing
66. Coffee and tea manufacturing
67. Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing
68. Seasoning and dressing manufacturing
69. All other food manufacturing
70. Soft drink and ice manufacturing
71. Breweries
72. Wineries
73. Distilleries
74. Tobacco product manufacturing
Forest Products Manufacturing
95. Sawmills and wood preservation
96. Veneer and plywood manufacturing
97. Engineered wood member and truss manufacturing
98. Reconstituted wood product manufacturing
99. Wood windows and doors and millwork manufacturing
100. Wood container and pallet manufacturing
103. All other miscellaneous wood product manufacturing
104. Pulp mills
105. Paper mills
106. Paperboard mills
107. Paperboard container manufacturing
108. Coated and laminated paper, packaging paper, and plastics film manufacturing
109. All other paper bag and coated and treated paper manufacturing
110. Stationery product manufacturing
111. Sanitary paper product manufacturing
112. All other converted paper product manufacturing
Food & Kindred Products Distribution
324. Retail stores-food and beverage
413. Food services and drinking places
319a. Wholesale trade, food & kindred products
323a. Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation
18. Commercial hunting and trapping
410a. Golf courses
410b. Recreational fishing
Source: IMPLAN (2009).

It should be noted that there is some error involved in the county-level information provided by IMPLAN,

stemming from procedures used to allocate state total to individual counties. There are also discrepancies in the data

resulting from information reported to the federal government by place of residence of business owners, rather than the

actual location of the business. For example, the IMPLAN data shows a value for sugarcane production in Alachua

County, even though there is no commercial sugarcane acreage in this northern Florida county, presumably because a

sugarcane farm owner lives in Alachua County. To rectify some of these issues, IMPLAN data on industry output for the

crop and livestock sectors were compared to information on the value of agricultural products sold in the 2007 Census of

Agriculture (USDA/NASS). In cases where the value reported by the Census of Agriculture was at least $5 million higher,








the output value was adjusted in the IMPLAN database. Adjustments were made for one or more sectors in 15 counties.
Note that because of these adjustments, as well as differences in trade balances and regional economic multipliers, the
sum of economic impact estimates at the county level do not necessarily match with totals previously reported for the
state.
Population estimates for counties in 2009 were taken from the United States Census Bureau (2010). Regions in
Florida (Figure 2) were defined by the United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis
(USDOC/BEA) based on metropolitan areas, employee commuting patterns and other economic data from the 2000
Census (Johnson and Kort 2004).


Using Industry Data and Regional Multipliers for Local Economic Development

The information provided in this report is intended to be used by local stakeholder groups in support of economic
development of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries. For each county, information is presented in tables
and charts for all industry groups and for the agriculture, natural resources, and related industry subgroups and sectors.
Economic information reported for all industry groups includes output or revenues, exports, imports, apparent
consumption, employment (including full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions), and total value added. Apparent
consumption was calculated as output plus imports, minus exports. In addition, for the agriculture, natural resources, and
related industry sectors and groups, information is presented on total regional economic impacts (including multiplier
effects) for employment, output, value added, and indirect business taxes. Value added is a broad measure of net
economic activity that is comparable to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and represents the sum of labor and property
income, indirect business taxes, and capital consumption (depreciation). It also is equivalent to the difference between
industry revenues and intermediate inputs purchased from other sectors. Indirect business taxes represent tax payments to
local, state, and federal governments. A glossary of economic impact analysis terminology is provided below.
Imputed output multipliers, imputed employment multipliers, and output/consumption ratios are also provided for
all industry groups and sectors. The imputed output multiplier is the ratio of total output impacts to direct output, and is an
indication of the primary and secondary effects of new final demand from exports on the economy. For example, suppose
that the imputed output multiplier is 1.5 and that a new business that generated $1 million in sales of products to be
exported is expected to open in the region. Based on this information, we calculate that the new business would generate a
total of $1.5 million in total economic activity ($1M x 1.5). The imputed employment multiplier represents the number of
jobs generated per million dollars of direct output, and provides a measure of the labor intensity of an industry or the
number of jobs potentially created (or lost) by a change in industry revenues. Again, as an example, if a new business has
$2 million in sales to final demand and the employment multiplier is 15 jobs per $1 million output, the new business
would generate a total of 30 new jobs ($2M x 15 jobs per $1M). The output/consumption ratio (output divided by
apparent consumption) indicates the degree to which the local economy is self-sufficient for meeting its needs for a
particular commodity. If the output/consumption ratio is greater than one (1) for a particular commodity, it means that
local production (output) of the commodity exceeds local consumption, and there is a surplus available for export to
support economic development by bringing "new" money into the region. Conversely, if the output/consumption ratio for








a particular sector is less than one, it means that local production is insufficient to meet local demand, and there may be
potential for new activity to substitute for imported goods and services, which represent a leakage of wealth from the local
economy. So, this measure may be used as a benchmark for "buy local" campaigns.


Glossary of Economic Impact Terms

(Terms are presented in logical order rather than alphabetical order)

Region defines the geographic area for which impacts are estimated. Regions are generally an aggregation of one or more
counties. Economic regions identified in this paper are defined based on worker commuting patterns.

Sector is a grouping of industries that produce similar products or services, or production processes. Most economic
reporting and models in the United States are based on the Standard Industrial Classification system (SIC code) or the
North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS).

Impact analysis estimates the impact of a change in output or employment resulting from a change in final demand to
households, governments, or exports.

Input-output (I-O) model is a representation of the flows of economic activity between industry sectors within a region.
I-O models capture what each business or sector must purchase from every other sector in order to produce its output of
goods or services. Using such a model, flows of economic activity associated with any change in spending may be traced
backwards (e.g., purchases of plants that lead growers to purchase additional inputs such as fertilizers and containers.
Multipliers for a region may be derived from an I-O model of the region's economy.

IMPLAN is a microcomputer-based input-output modeling system and Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). With IMPLAN,
one can estimate I-O models of up to 440 sectors for any region consisting of one or more counties. IMPLAN includes
procedures for generating multipliers and estimating impacts by applying final demand changes to the model. The current
version of the software is IMPLANPro, version 3.

Direct effects are the changes in economic activity during the first round of spending. Secondary effects are the changes
in economic activity from subsequent rounds of re-spending (there are two types of secondary effects: indirect and
induced). Indirect effects are the changes in sales, income, or employment within the region in backward-linked
industries supplying goods and services to businesses (e.g., increased sales in input supply firms resulting from more
nursery industry sales). Induced effects are the increased sales within the region from household spending of the income
earned in the direct and supporting industries (i.e., employees in the direct and supporting industries spend the income
they earn on housing, utilities, groceries, and other consumer goods and services, which generates sales, income, and
employment throughout the region's economy). Total effects are the sum of direct, indirect, and induced effects.

Multipliers capture the total effects, both direct and secondary, in a given region, generally as a ratio of the total change
in economic activity in the region relative to the direct change. Multipliers may be expressed as ratios of sales, income, or
employment, or as ratios of total income or employment changes relative to direct sales. Multipliers express the degree of
interdependency between sectors in a region's economy and therefore vary considerably across regions and sectors. Type








I multipliers include only direct and indirect effects. Type II multipliers also include induced effects. Type SAM
multipliers used by IMPLAN additionally account for capital investments and transfer payments such as welfare and
retirement income. A sector-specific multiplier gives the total changes to the economy associated with a unit change in
output or employment in a given sector.

Purchaser prices are the prices paid by the final consumer of a good or service. Producer prices are the prices of goods
at the factory or production point. For manufactured goods, the purchaser price equals the producer price plus a retail
margin, a wholesale margin, and a transportation margin. For services, the producer and purchaser prices are equivalent.

Margins (retail, wholesale, and transportation) are the portions of the purchaser price accruing to the retailer, wholesaler,
and grower, respectively. Only the retail margins of many goods purchased by consumers accrue to the local region, as the
wholesaler, shipper, and manufacturer often lie outside the local area.

Sales or output is the dollar volume of a good or service produced or sold. Final Demand is sales to final consumers,
including households, governments, and exports. Intermediate sales are sales to other industrial sectors. Income is the
money earned within the region from production and sales. Total income includes personal income (wage and salary
income, including sole proprietor profits and rents). Jobs or employment is a measure of the number of jobs required to
produce a given volume of sales/production, usually expressed as full-time equivalents, or as the total number including
full-time, part-time and seasonal positions. Value Added is the sum of total income and indirect business taxes. Value
added is the most commonly used measure of the contribution of a region to the national economy, as it avoids double
counting of intermediate sales and captures only the "value added" by the region to final products.








Summary of Economic Contributions in Florida Regions and Counties

Information is summarized in the tables and figures below on economic contributions of all industry groups and
the agriculture, natural resources, and related industries for 9 economic regions and all 67 counties in Florida:
Population, Gross Regional Product, and total employment (total full-time and part-time jobs) of all industries
(Table 2).
Map of gross regional product in Florida counties (Figure 3).
Summary of direct output (revenues), value added, and employment, and total economic impacts (including
regional multiplier effects) of output, value added, labor income, employment, and indirect business taxes
(Table 3).
Map of value added impacts of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Florida counties (Figure 4).
Map of employment impacts of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Florida counties
(Figure 5).
Summary of exports, imports, apparent consumption, and regional economic multipliers and ratios for output
(total output/direct output dollars) and employment (total jobs/million dollars output) and the output/consumption
ratio (Table 4).
Summary of value added impacts by agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups (Table 5).
Summary of employment impacts by agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups (Table 6).
Map of value added impacts of crop, livestock, forestry, and fisheries production in Florida counties (Figure 6).
Map of value added impacts of agricultural inputs and services in Florida counties (Figure 7).
Map of value added impacts of food and kindred product manufacturing in Florida counties (Figure 8).
Map of value added impacts of forest product manufacturing in Florida counties (Figure 9).
Map of value added impacts of nature-based recreation in Florida counties (Figure 10).


Value added and employment impacts are detailed for the principal agriculture, natural resources, and related industry
groups shown, which include the individual industry sectors shown in Table 1. Regions and counties in the tables are
presented in descending order of value. Thematic maps of economic contributions in Florida counties use a continuous
logarithmic scale.








Table 2. Population, gross regional product and direct employment by all industries in Florida regions and counties, 2008

n / C Gross Regional Product Employment Population
(million $) (full-time & part-time jobs) (July 2009)

Miami-Fort Lauderdale 291,877.4 3,825,164 6,399,166
Miami-Dade 121,418.4 1,546,539 2,500,625
Broward 82,547.4 1,085,021 1,766,476
Palm Beach 64,428.2 834,362 1,279,950
St. Lucie 6,513.7 100,303 413,204
Martin 6,050.4 89,379 139,794
Indian River 5,123.7 75,014 135,167
Monroe 3,959.2 55,982 73,165
Hendry 860.1 20,769 39,594
Okeechobee 797.4 14,181 40,241
Glades 178.7 3,614 10,950
Orlando 170,576.5 2,471,334 4,202,952
Orange 72,445.6 943,363 1,086,480
Seminole 18,950.1 263,017 151,759
Brevard 18,691.3 276,161 536,357
Polk 17,531.0 277,212 583,403
Volusia 12,732.4 212,971 495,890
Marion 8,360.7 140,309 328,547
Lake 6,698.9 115,137 312,119
Osceola 6,364.2 95,392 270,618
Citrus 3,236.9 47,617 140,357
Highlands 1,826.3 39,466 98,704
Sumter 1,629.7 24,971 77,681
Flagler 1,377.7 21,715 91,622
Hardee 731.7 14,003 29,415
Tampa-St. Petersburg 117,613.5 1,593,294 2,747,272
Hillsborough 65,898.6 829,642 1,195,317
Pinellas 41,039.6 579,909 909,013
Pasco 7,808.3 130,507 471,709
Hernando 2,867.0 53,236 171,233
Jacksonville 67,430.9 872,093 1,583,366
Duval 54,543.1 673,441 857,040
St. Johns 5,430.1 77,169 369,765
Clay 3,670.5 61,667 186,756
Nassau 1,869.4 27,978 70,576
Putnam 1,449.4 22,351 72,893
Baker 468.4 9,487 26,336
Sarasota-Bradenton 64,283.1 983,633 1,682,557
Lee 20,588.9 309,248 586,908
Sarasota 14,716.5 220,513 266,502
Collier 14,232.7 201,222 318,537
Manatee 10,490.7 173,052 318,361
Charlotte 3,534.7 63,707 156,952









n / C Gross Regional Product Employment Population
Region county (million $) (full-time & part-time jobs) (July 2009)

DeSoto 719.6 15,892 35,297
Pensacola 26,784.1 379,384 724,357
Escambia 12,359.5 175,553 303,343
Okaloosa 9,873.9 130,716 178,473
Santa Rosa 2,831.7 45,243 187,436
Walton 1,719.0 27,872 55,105
Tallahassee 14,946.3 247,726 434,169
Leon 11,459.1 188,092 265,714
Gadsden 1,063.7 18,982 47,474
Taylor 535.4 9,275 21,400
Wakulla 454.0 7,711 32,815
Madison 325.7 6,062 18,901
Hamilton 324.4 4,892 14,592
Jefferson 272.1 4,407 14,010
Franklin 268.3 4,390 11,280
Liberty 243.7 3,916 7,983
Gainesville 13,656.0 232,527 475,842
Alachua 9,219.8 148,525 243,574
Columbia 1,542.5 27,135 69,264
Suwannee 763.4 15,743 40,149
Levy 641.5 12,082 39,147
Bradford 595.1 10,083 29,235
Union 276.4 5,326 14,584
Gilchrist 263.4 4,796 17,116
Dixie 184.7 4,574 14,824
Lafayette 169.3 4,263 7,949
Panama City 8,984.8 142,377 288,288
Bay 6,724.9 99,863 164,767
Jackson 1,046.9 18,886 50,930
Washington 387.0 7,835 23,916
Gulf 347.2 5,223 15,755
Holmes 267.0 5,859 19,099
Calhoun 211.8 4,713 13,821
Total All Regions 776,152.6 10,747,532 18,537,969
Sources: IMPLAN (2009); United States Census Bureau (2010).








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Table 3. Summary of economic impacts of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Florida regions and
counties, 2008
Value Labor Indirect
Direct Employment Direct Output Added Income Business
Region / County Employment Impacts Output Impacts m Impcts Tx Impcs
(Jobs) (Jobs) (million $) (million $) Impacts Impacts Tax Impacts
(Jobs) (Jobs) (milln $) ( n $) (million $) (million $) (million $)
Miami-Fort Lauderdale 449,800 515,281 40,541.3 48,237.0 24,612.9 15,433.0 3,196.1
Miami-Dade 149,883 170,961 14,661.0 17,465.2 8,942.1 5,595.5 1,231.2
Broward 113,926 127,541 10,185.3 12,002.7 6,240.9 3,894.3 902.0
Palm Beach 112,248 129,205 9,723.5 11,553.5 5,843.1 3,647.9 706.7
St. Lucie 18,612 21,894 1,286.1 1,591.8 838.8 565.9 85.4
Indian River 14,919 17,120 1,060.3 1,248.1 709.9 465.9 72.4
Martin 14,217 16,494 1,212.4 1,434.0 764.5 458.6 79.5
Monroe 10,981 12,536 906.3 1,090.4 590.8 381.1 70.6
Hendry 10,323 13,632 957.6 1,186.9 444.7 302.8 29.4
Okeechobee 3,872 4,916 468.3 566.7 194.9 105.4 15.3
Glades 818 982 80.5 97.6 43.0 15.3 3.6
Orlando 325,106 384,641 30,561.4 38,212.9 17,448.7 11,171.3 2,000.2
Orange 108,572 128,052 9,776.6 12,416.6 6,316.4 4,087.4 752.4
Polk 41,954 60,510 7,414.5 10,208.2 3,434.1 2,204.1 318.2
Seminole 29,665 32,964 2,388.1 2,786.5 1,471.8 957.8 197.9
Brevard 29,493 30,940 2,067.1 2,227.6 1,154.7 735.0 157.2
Volusia 28,902 31,985 1,999.9 2,343.0 1,194.4 766.0 155.9
Marion 21,480 24,696 1,922.8 2,275.5 1,043.6 632.8 119.6
Lake 16,894 19,321 1,471.7 1,699.2 753.7 481.8 85.2
Osceola 16,657 19,150 1,278.9 1,580.5 828.2 517.8 96.1
Highlands 10,039 12,444 551.6 686.9 321.9 250.3 29.2
Hardee 6,325 8,255 484.8 616.5 321.2 159.2 17.4
Citrus 6,254 6,683 415.3 454.7 223.2 143.7 29.2
Sumter 4,707 5,443 483.6 576.9 209.7 128.4 23.5
Flagler 4,164 4,199 306.4 341.0 175.9 107.1 18.4
Tampa-St. Petersburg 199,913 243,103 22,479.6 28,574.2 12,160.8 7,506.7 1,470.4
Hillsborough 105,683 132,042 12,659.7 16,476.2 6,939.9 4,279.0 866.8
Pinellas 66,025 80,831 7,874.4 9,928.5 4,160.3 2,531.6 475.1
Pasco 20.557 22.108 1.458.1 1.636.3 785.0 525.0 94.0


Hernando 7,648 8,122 487.5 533.1 275.6 171.1 34.5
Sarasota-Bradenton 144,984 167,504 11,448.9 13,618.7 7,154.8 4,594.9 784.1
Lee 40,860 45,624 3,127.2 3,689.9 1,982.9 1,282.3 250.0
Collier 34,224 38,934 2,570.7 3,040.9 1,731.9 1,121.1 181.8
Manatee 27,735 36,802 2,844.7 3,634.2 1,688.4 1,041.8 150.2
Sarasota 26,098 27,430 1,870.3 2,028.3 1,114.8 742.1 142.3
Charlotte 8,803 9,620 593.5 671.0 348.1 228.2 43.6
DeSoto 7,265 9,093 442.5 554.4 288.6 179.4 16.3
Jacksonville 100,594 122,151 13,950.0 17,242.1 7,654.3 4,023.9 1,259.9
Duval 66,072 82,259 10,133.6 12,746.1 5,756.3 2,879.0 1,066.4
St. Johns 14,005 15,209 1,099.6 1,238.4 641.2 401.9 79.0
Clay 9,131 9,811 647.7 739.7 368.0 226.5 44.4
Nassau 5,577 7,320 918.5 1,143.0 430.3 268.8 37.7
Putnam 4,770 6,447 1,083.7 1,302.8 425.6 229.4 28.8
Baker 1,039 1,105 66.9 72.1 33.0 18.4 3.6
Gainesville 37,874 44,546 3,433.4 4,170.4 1,730.3 993.7 166.6
Alachua 20,055 22,445 1,348.4 1,611.4 797.1 498.9 95.8
Suwannee 5,074 6,716 605.4 783.3 256.8 149.3 17.6
Columbia 4,115 4,790 410.8 489.6 199.8 109.7 18.7
Levy 2,490 3,120 237.0 286.7 129.3 70.5 11.3
Dixie 2,060 2,435 202.9 255.6 75.3 45.7 4.3
Bradford 1,474 1,790 208.4 249.6 112.2 47.3 8.4
Gilchrist 1,098 1,405 192.7 222.0 75.9 34.7 4.9


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Direct Employment Direct Output Added Income Business
Region / County Employment Impacts Output Impacts Im Impac Tax Imp
(Jobs) (Jobs) (million $) (million $) (million $) (mi n $) millionn $)
(million $) (million $) (million $)


Lafayette 972 1,159 124.9 144.9 54.4 20.3 4.0
Union 536 687 102.9 127.2 29.6 17.3 1.7
Pensacola 44,249 49,102 3,579.8 4,169.3 1,964.8 1,220.6 229.5
Escambia 18,633 21,195 1,683.8 2,011.3 907.2 564.5 108.5
Okaloosa 14,758 15,973 1,004.3 1,140.4 565.9 368.7 66.6
Santa Rosa 6,025 6,346 437.5 476.5 224.3 137.7 25.7
Walton 4,832 5,588 454.2 541.1 267.4 149.8 28.6
Tallahassee 32,501 36,719 3,544.0 4,181.1 1,507.9 946.0 146.9
Leon 20,230 20,914 1,190.5 1,271.2 628.1 421.1 83.7
Gadsden 3,765 4,441 328.2 392.5 214.2 131.4 14.6
Taylor 2,213 3,345 589.9 744.4 229.0 145.1 16.2
Madison 1,436 1,969 263.7 331.6 85.7 49.8 6.8
Hamilton 1,174 1,721 709.5 892.8 143.6 88.8 10.4
Wakulla 1,045 1,125 82.2 90.4 34.8 22.4 3.6
Liberty 963 1,286 207.3 258.8 74.1 41.7 3.8
Jefferson 859 1,026 114.7 132.2 65.3 24.4 3.6
Franklin 816 893 57.9 67.2 33.0 21.3 4.2
Panama City 20,392 25,913 1,891.1 2,497.3 1,142.9 695.9 115.7
Bay 13,832 18,187 1,165.4 1,635.2 817.0 524.1 85.7
Jackson 2,895 3,375 319.9 375.6 163.0 78.4 14.8
Washington 1,019 1,197 121.8 146.5 37.0 21.7 3.6
Calhoun 929 1,142 103.2 128.3 49.4 27.2 4.1
Holmes 916 1,062 101.9 119.6 35.8 14.7 3.4
Gulf 801 950 78.9 92.2 40.7 29.6 4.1
Total All Regions 1,355,413 1,588,958 131,429.7 160,903.0 75,377.3 46,586.0 9,369.3
Source: IMPLAN (2009). Employment includes full-time and part-time jobs.








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Table 4. Summary of regional trade, apparent consumption, and economic multipliers for agriculture, natural resources,
and related industries in Florida regions and counties, 2008

Output/ Imputed Imputed
Exports Imports Apparent Output Imputed Imputed
Region / County (million (million Consumption Consumption Output Employment
S$ ( $ C Ratio Multiplier Multiplier

Miami-Fort Lauderdale 14,289.6 27,411.1 53,662.8 0.76 1.19 12.71
Miami-Dade 4,578.8 9,194.8 19,277.0 0.76 1.19 11.66
Broward 3,103.4 7,001.6 14,083.5 0.72 1.18 12.52
Palm Beach 3,313.9 7,263.1 13,672.7 0.71 1.19 13.29
St. Lucie 645.5 940.4 1,581.1 0.81 1.24 17.02
Indian River 452.2 847.1 1,455.2 0.73 1.18 16.15
Martin 527.5 874.2 1,559.1 0.78 1.18 13.60
Monroe 517.1 574.5 963.8 0.94 1.20 13.83
Hendry 758.7 407.8 606.7 1.58 1.24 14.24
Okeechobee 336.2 249.4 381.5 1.23 1.21 10.50
Glades 56.3 58.1 82.3 0.98 1.21 12.20
Orlando 14,780.0 19,504.8 35,286.3 0.87 1.25 12.59
Orange 5,033.7 5,278.1 10,021.0 0.98 1.27 13.10
Polk 4,709.0 3,501.3 6,206.9 1.19 1.38 8.16
Seminole 748.4 1,695.6 3,335.3 0.72 1.17 13.80
Brevard 390.7 2,269.4 3,945.8 0.52 1.08 14.97
Volusia 606.5 1,638.9 3,032.2 0.66 1.17 15.99
Marion 818.1 1,212.9 2,317.6 0.83 1.18 12.84
Lake 618.2 1,102.9 1,956.3 0.75 1.15 13.13
Osceola 678.9 1,019.7 1,619.8 0.79 1.24 14.97
Highlands 281.8 369.1 638.9 0.86 1.25 22.56
Hardee 377.4 181.2 288.6 1.68 1.27 17.03
Citrus 117.3 621.6 919.6 0.45 1.09 16.09
Sumter 286.8 322.9 519.7 0.93 1.19 11.26
Flagler 113.1 291.2 484.5 0.63 1.11 13.70
Tampa-St. Petersburg 11,232.9 12,626.5 23,873.3 0.94 1.27 10.81
Hillsborough 7,021.7 5,929.8 11,567.8 1.09 1.30 10.43
Pinellas 3,633.0 4,737.6 8,979.0 0.88 1.26 10.27
Pasco 454.9 1,443.0 2,446.1 0.60 1.12 15.16
Hernando 123.4 516.2 880.3 0.55 1.09 16.66
Sarasota-Bradenton 4,608.1 8,099.7 14,940.6 0.77 1.19 14.63
Lee 1,108.2 2,300.1 4,319.2 0.72 1.18 14.59
Collier 1,075.6 1,726.8 3,221.9 0.80 1.18 15.15
Manatee 1,597.5 1,445.2 2,692.5 1.06 1.28 12.94
Sarasota 303.7 1,935.1 3,501.7 0.53 1.08 14.67
DeSoto 344.4 159.8 257.9 1.72 1.25 20.55
Charlotte 178.7 532.7 947.4 0.63 1.13 16.21
Jacksonville 7,958.3 7,068.1 13,059.8 1.07 1.24 8.76
Duval 6,071.1 4,586.6 8,649.0 1.17 1.26 8.12
St. Johns 388.2 847.9 1,559.3 0.71 1.13 13.83
Clay 182.9 609.9 1,074.7 0.60 1.14 15.15
Nassau 577.3 435.4 776.6 1.18 1.24 7.97
Putnam 716.5 487.9 855.1 1.27 1.20 5.95
Baker 22.2 100.4 145.1 0.46 1.08 16.51
Gainesville 1,987.9 2,428.6 3,874.1 0.89 1.21 12.97
Alachua 610.0 1,235.2 1,973.6 0.68 1.20 16.65
Suwannee 436.2 280.0 449.2 1.35 1.29 11.09
Columbia 215.0 264.7 460.5 0.89 1.19 11.66
Levy 138.4 152.6 251.2 0.94 1.21 13.16
Dixie 144.8 88.1 146.2 1.39 1.26 12.00
Bradford 108.9 118.9 218.4 0.95 1.20 8.59
Gilchrist 155.4 127.2 164.5 1.17 1.15 7.29









Exps I s A t Output / Imputed Imputed
Exports Imports Apparent
Region / County (million (million Consumption Consumption Output Employment
S$ ( $ C Ratio Multiplier Multiplier

Lafayette 105.1 61.9 81.8 1.53 1.16 9.28
Union 74.2 99.9 128.6 0.80 1.24 6.67
Pensacola 1,507.1 3,143.8 5,216.5 0.69 1.16 13.72
Escambia 661.2 1,529.2 2,551.8 0.66 1.19 12.59
Okaloosa 431.9 855.7 1,428.1 0.70 1.14 15.91
Santa Rosa 109.5 505.5 833.5 0.52 1.09 14.51
Walton 304.5 253.3 403.0 1.13 1.19 12.30
Tallahassee 1,924.7 2,701.9 4,321.2 0.82 1.18 10.36
Leon 221.4 1,591.7 2,560.8 0.46 1.07 17.57
Gadsden 215.6 227.2 339.8 0.97 1.20 13.53
Taylor 468.6 192.8 314.1 1.88 1.26 5.67
Madison 192.3 138.4 209.8 1.26 1.26 7.47
Hamilton 558.4 217.7 368.9 1.92 1.26 2.43
Wakulla 35.2 120.6 167.6 0.49 1.10 13.69
Liberty 121.5 94.1 179.9 1.15 1.25 6.20
Jefferson 80.3 76.7 111.1 1.03 1.15 8.94
Franklin 31.4 42.7 69.3 0.84 1.16 15.41
Panama City 1,011.7 1,254.1 2,133.6 0.89 1.32 13.70
Bay 597.2 717.6 1,285.7 0.91 1.40 15.61
Jackson 184.2 200.9 336.6 0.95 1.17 10.55
Washington 73.0 97.6 146.4 0.83 1.20 9.83
Calhoun 63.3 63.7 103.6 1.00 1.24 11.06
Holmes 58.4 88.3 131.8 0.77 1.17 10.42
Gulf 35.5 86.2 129.6 0.61 1.17 12.03
Total All Regions 59,300.2 84,238.7 156,368.1 0.84 1.22 12.09
Source: -IMPLAN (2009).








Table 5. Summary of employment impacts by agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups in Florida
regions and counties, 2008
Crop, Food &
Crop, Food & Forest Food &
Livestock, Agricultural Kindred Products Kindred Nature- Total All
Products Kindred
Region / County Forestry, & Inputs & Mining Products Manufac- Products based Industry
Fisheries Services Manufac- tuning Distribution Recreation Groups
Production turning
Full-time and Part-time Jobs

Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 66,604 50,219 2,603 29,317 7,720 345,579 13,239 515,281
Miami-Dade 6,787 13,952 1,047 8,953 4,548 134,272 1,403 170,961
Palm Beach 22,893 15,631 629 9,070 1,431 74,159 5,393 129,205
Broward 2,149 13,280 586 5,689 1,164 101,619 3,054 127,541
St. Lucie 9,592 1,922 88 859 350 8,588 494 21,894
Indian River 7,639 1,840 42 132 90 6,491 884 17,120
Martin 3,733 2,393 17 692 130 8,074 1,454 16,494
Hendry 8,449 188 66 3,424 0 1,488 16 13,632
Monroe 1,796 694 98 83 7 9,382 475 12,536
Okeechobee 2,837 287 20 374 0 1,376 24 4,916
Glades 729 32 10 41 0 129 41 982


Orlando
Orange
Polk
Seminole
Volusia
Brevard
Marion
Lake
Osceola
Highlands
Hardee
Citrus
Sumter
Flagler
Tampa-St. Petersburg
Hillsborough
Pinellas
Pasco
Hernando
Sarasota-Bradenton
Lee
Collier
Manatee
DeSoto
Sarasota
Charlotte
Jacksonville
Duval
St. Johns


42,037
3,037
8,183
628
1,409
690
6,647
2,638
1,642
7,909
7,139
561
884
671
17,016
12,811
871
2,757
577
33,441
1,718
11,303
11,252
7,803
699
667
5,174
1,070
1,050


44,095
10,971
11,577
6,124
3,001
2,880
2,819
2,635
1,833
466
132
691
375
591
22,278
12,140
6,206
3,047
884
20,341
6,263
4,320
3,382
141
4,741
1,494
9,826
6,464
1,212


3,002
164
1,706
45
30
88
236
213
137
47
93
82
104
54
18,607
677
17,648
127
154
1,116
340
338
162
0
194
82
447
180
16


24,872
6,248
13,212
575
825
297
1,338
1,371
360
78
153
75
307
33
18,808
15,558
2,544
676
29
6,240
635
223
4,807
451
110
14
13,309
13,007
218


8,340
1,339
3,590
940
162
427
728
480
129
127
93
61
192
71
5,163
3,221
1,634
276
31
1,580
362
145
690
0
235
148
10,993
5,287
315


254,955
104,635
21,336
24,269
25,847
25,384
12,416
11,686
14,653
3,524
594
4,821
3,053
2,736
158,160
86,218
51,049
14,747
6,147
95,383
33,568
18,908
15,281
633
20,263
6,729
80,303
55,338
11,565


7,340
1,658
906
382
712
1,173
512
299
394
292
49
391
529
42
3,073
1,417
880
477
299
9,402
2,737
3,697
1,229
66
1,187
486
2,098
913
832


384,641
128,052
60,510
32,964
31,985
30,940
24,696
19,321
19,150
12,444
8,255
6,683
5,443
4,199
243,103
132,042
80,831
22,108
8,122
167,504
45,624
38,934
36,802
9,093
27,430
9,620
122,151
82,259
15,209








Crop, Food &
Crop, Food & Forest Food &
Livestock, Agricultural Kindred Products Kindred Nature- Total All
Region / County Forestry, & Inputs & Mining Products Manuac- Products based Industry
Fisheries Services Manufac- turg D n Recreation Groups
Production turning tung Distribution


Clay 470 1,146 204 9 452 7,428 102 9,811
Nassau 1,249 565 1 75 1,979 3,252 199 7,320
Putnam 1,099 268 46 0 2,960 2,023 51 6,447
Baker 237 171 0 0 0 696 0 1,105
Gainesville 11,642 2,806 275 2,609 2,660 24,350 204 44,546
Alachua 2,244 1,760 102 445 565 17,264 66 22,445
Suwannee 3,668 163 39 1,724 25 1,094 3 6,716
Columbia 759 194 2 180 605 3,000 49 4,790
Levy 1,712 101 28 27 52 1,189 10 3,120
Dixie 1,191 27 1 0 802 407 6 2,435
Bradford 420 102 82 102 216 844 24 1,790
Gilchrist 778 59 2 124 168 270 3 1,405
Lafayette 620 290 12 0 27 181 29 1,159
Union 250 110 6 7 200 101 13 687
Pensacola 2,642 4,253 577 716 2,097 38,073 743 49,102
Escambia 1,088 1,313 296 198 1,848 16,128 324 21,195
Okaloosa 487 1,392 103 245 31 13,419 295 15,973
Santa Rosa 691 846 172 62 89 4,408 78 6,346
Walton 377 703 6 210 129 4,119 45 5,588
Tallahassee 5,871 4,084 454 1,207 2,914 21,635 555 36,719
Leon 682 2,400 91 221 32 17,315 172 20,914
Gadsden 2,250 243 226 56 668 930 67 4,441
Taylor 714 60 71 181 1,535 771 13 3,345
Madison 733 9 0 603 83 506 36 1,969
Hamilton 362 1,059 0 0 0 263 37 1,721
Liberty 339 19 17 0 596 172 141 1,286
Wakulla 145 174 1 100 0 677 27 1,125
Jefferson 593 89 15 18 0 277 36 1,026
Franklin 53 31 32 28 0 724 25 893
Panama City 3,295 1,450 265 180 2,520 17,472 731 25,913
Bay 861 1,105 142 51 1,649 13,910 469 18,187
Jackson 881 77 87 29 561 1,663 77 3,375
Washington 344 181 21 20 15 565 52 1,197
Calhoun 492 15 11 0 139 445 39 1,142
Holmes 428 52 1 67 36 392 86 1,062
Gulf 289 20 2 13 120 498 9 950
Total All Regions 187,722 159,352 27,345 97,257 43,988 1,035,911 37,383 1,588,958
Source: IMPLAN (2009).








Table 6. Summary of value added impacts by agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups in Florida regions
and counties, 2008
Crop, Food &
Crop, Fo& Forest Food &
Livestock, Agricultural Kindred Products Kindred Nature- Total All
Region / County Forestry, & Inputs & Mining Products Manufac- Products based Industry
Manufac- Products
Fisheries Services Manufac- turning Distribution Recreation Groups
Production turning
Million dollars

Miami-Ft. Lauderdale 2,237.0 1,584.3 315.6 2,398.0 607.7 16,635.7 834.6 24,612.9
Miami-Dade 236.4 351.4 127.2 816.4 372.8 6,961.7 76.2 8,942.1
Broward 73.8 432.6 82.5 656.1 91.6 4,741.3 163.1 6,240.9
Palm Beach 802.3 544.1 67.0 554.3 111.1 3,384.6 379.7 5,843.1
St. Lucie 304.5 66.8 8.7 81.4 16.3 331.8 29.3 838.8
Martin 185.3 82.8 1.4 57.5 9.8 328.6 99.2 764.5
Indian River 272.9 60.7 7.5 11.4 5.2 300.7 51.5 709.9
Monroe 38.4 20.6 7.7 5.7 0.9 486.4 31.1 590.8
Hendry 192.6 6.1 7.4 187.5 0.0 50.6 0.6 444.7
Okeechobee 101.0 18.7 4.4 24.0 0.0 45.5 1.2 194.9
Glades 29.9 0.5 1.6 3.7 0.0 4.6 2.7 43.0
Orlando 1,370.0 2,054.6 402.2 1,991.3 610.7 10,653.7 366.2 17,448.7
Orange 83.0 416.8 18.5 530.6 127.7 5,031.3 108.6 6,316.4
Polk 230.5 850.1 225.7 1,016.5 279.9 788.9 42.4 3,434.1
Seminole 34.3 234.3 4.7 30.8 63.7 1,087.3 16.7 1,471.8
Volusia 44.1 97.0 2.7 65.1 8.9 944.8 31.8 1,194.4
Brevard 43.8 86.6 12.8 30.2 20.6 894.6 66.1 1,154.7
Marion 254.2 109.1 26.0 148.1 51.1 431.5 23.6 1,043.6
Osceola 79.0 58.1 32.9 27.4 5.9 607.0 17.9 828.2
Lake 94.7 99.5 24.3 105.8 25.3 392.2 11.9 753.7
Highlands 155.6 20.8 10.6 4.6 6.3 112.3 11.8 321.9
Hardee 261.2 6.6 15.4 10.9 4.3 21.2 1.6 321.2
Citrus 15.5 22.9 8.4 5.3 2.0 152.0 17.0 223.2
Sumter 33.1 26.1 12.0 11.3 11.3 101.0 14.8 209.7
Flagler 41.0 26.6 8.4 4.7 3.7 89.6 1.9 175.9
Tampa-St. Petersburg 401.5 1,173.2 1,626.0 1,801.9 377.6 6,636.4 144.2 12,160.8
Hillsborough 271.5 810.0 97.9 1,530.4 246.0 3,922.3 61.7 6,939.9
Pinellas 24.1 213.8 1,500.8 215.7 114.1 2,042.1 49.7 4,160.3
Pasco 74.3 122.2 12.9 54.6 16.5 482.9 21.6 785.0
Hernando 31.6 27.3 14.3 1.2 1.0 189.1 11.2 275.6
Jacksonville 247.1 337.4 84.5 2,612.0 987.9 3,274.6 110.8 7,654.3
Duval 33.7 233.2 24.0 2,591.3 426.6 2,399.0 48.4 5,756.3
St. Johns 56.5 38.0 2.3 18.3 30.3 448.4 47.5 641.2
Nassau 80.7 17.4 0.0 2.2 202.0 118.2 9.6 430.3
Putnam 46.4 10.6 2.1 0.0 304.5 60.1 1.9 425.6
Clay 19.7 34.2 56.0 0.2 24.5 229.8 3.5 368.0
Baker 10.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 19.0 0.0 33.0
Sarasota-Bradenton 1,064.9 763.0 148.6 547.0 105.5 3,914.1 611.7 7,154.8
Lee 60.5 238.4 42.2 51.0 20.0 1,389.0 181.9 1,982.9









Crop, Food &
Crop, Food & Forest Food &
Livestock, Agricultural Kindred Products Kindred Nature- Total All
Products Kindred
Region / County Forestry, & Inputs & Mining Products Manufac- Products based Industry
Fisheries Services Manufac- turning Distribution Recreation Groups
Production turning


Collier 344.0 166.1 44.8 17.2 13.4 881.8 264.5 1,731.9
Manatee 370.8 141.5 24.0 437.5 47.9 598.4 68.3 1,688.4
Sarasota 33.9 165.0 29.3 6.5 17.1 793.8 69.4 1,114.8
Charlotte 24.5 47.1 8.4 4.6 7.1 231.1 25.3 348.1
DeSoto 231.2 5.0 0.0 30.1 0.0 20.1 2.3 288.6
Gainesville 534.1 88.0 48.8 133.5 137.8 782.3 5.9 1,730.3
Alachua 102.1 56.8 11.3 25.7 30.8 568.8 1.6 797.1
Suwannee 134.9 5.1 3.1 78.2 1.5 33.8 0.1 256.8
Columbia 52.8 6.5 0.3 11.8 31.1 95.9 1.6 199.8
Levy 84.7 3.7 2.5 1.4 3.6 32.9 0.4 129.3
Bradford 38.9 2.6 29.3 6.7 11.9 22.1 0.6 112.2
Gilchrist 47.3 1.4 0.2 9.2 9.3 8.2 0.3 75.9
Dixie 24.0 0.4 0.2 0.0 40.0 10.5 0.2 75.3
Lafayette 39.6 5.0 1.4 0.0 0.7 7.0 0.7 54.4
Union 9.8 6.5 0.5 0.5 8.9 3.1 0.3 29.6
Pensacola 161.2 118.4 64.8 42.2 187.3 1,359.4 31.4 1,964.8
Escambia 62.0 35.7 24.9 9.8 170.1 590.5 14.2 907.2
Okaloosa 20.8 36.1 9.5 16.2 1.6 469.8 12.1 565.9
Walton 47.9 24.1 0.7 12.8 7.0 172.6 2.2 267.4
Santa Rosa 30.6 22.6 29.7 3.4 8.6 126.4 2.9 224.3
Tallahassee 281.4 199.9 39.3 74.9 237.1 655.0 20.2 1,507.9
Leon 13.8 63.0 8.2 14.3 1.8 519.8 7.2 628.1
Taylor 37.9 2.4 6.9 19.7 139.5 22.1 0.6 229.0
Gadsden 106.5 8.7 17.3 2.0 43.0 34.8 1.9 214.2
Hamilton 17.6 117.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 1.3 143.6
Madison 33.6 0.2 0.0 30.0 6.1 14.8 0.9 85.7
Liberty 15.8 0.8 2.2 0.0 46.6 5.2 3.6 74.1
Jefferson 49.5 2.5 1.9 1.1 0.0 8.2 2.0 65.3
Wakulla 5.3 4.1 0.2 6.4 0.0 17.5 1.3 34.8
Franklin 1.5 0.5 2.7 1.4 0.0 25.6 1.3 33.0
Panama City 186.7 49.0 25.7 9.2 184.7 653.9 33.7 1,142.9
Bay 47.6 35.4 15.1 3.2 136.9 552.5 26.2 817.0
Jackson 71.1 2.0 6.5 1.4 30.7 48.4 2.8 163.0
Calhoun 28.2 0.2 2.4 0.0 5.7 11.9 0.9 49.4
Gulf 12.5 0.8 0.2 0.7 9.0 17.2 0.3 40.7
Washington 9.4 9.5 1.1 1.1 0.7 13.9 1.3 37.0
Holmes 17.8 1.2 0.3 2.8 1.7 9.9 2.2 35.8
Total All Regions 6,483.8 6,367.7 2,755.5 9,610.0 3,436.4 44,565.1 2,158.7 75,377.3
Source: IMPLAN (2009).








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Appendix: Economic Profiles of Florida Counties


Information for each of Florida's 67 counties is provided in the following pages, including tables and charts that
summarize economic contributions of all major industry groups, and contributions of the agriculture, natural resources,
and related industry groups and specific sectors. Industry groups and sectors are ordered in the tables according to value
of direct output.
Charts for the entire economy in each county show direct value added, or contribution to gross regional product
and employment by major industry groups. Charts are also presented for value added and employment impacts (including
multiplier effects) for just the agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups within the economy.
For each county, information in Table A shows economic values and ranked standing for all major industry
groups within the entire economy, while Table B shows values for specific sectors within the agriculture, natural
resources, and related industry groups. Information is presented only for those industry sectors that are present in the
county, i.e., having industry output greater than zero, so some counties have much longer or shorter tables, depending
upon the number of industries.










Alachua County


Alachua County is located in the Gainesville economic region

of north-central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 243,574.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$8.84 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups was

$14.97 billion and total employment was 142,874 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Government, Health Care, Real Estate and Financial Services,

Manufacturing, and Agriculture and Related as shown in Table A. The

county had total domestic and international imports of $6.85 billion and

exports of $4.74 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services

was $17.08 billion. Industry groups with the highest employment were

Government (34,821 jobs), Agriculture and Related (20,055 jobs), and

Health Care (18,697 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value

added were Government ($2.44 billion), Health Care ($1.15 billion), and

Real Estate and Financial Services ($970.8 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.17 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed multipliers were for Health Care (1.39), Education (1.36),

Manufacturing (1.27), and Social Services and Organizations (1.27).

The average employment multiplier was 11.0 jobs per million dollars of

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services

and Organizations (22.6), Education (22.4), and Retail Trade (17.2). The

average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county

was 0.88, with Health Care having the highest ratio (2.31).

In Alachua County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 5t among all industry groups in terms of

output, 3rd in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $1.35 billion. Total exports of this industry

group were $610.0 million and imports were $592.4 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $1.33 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were

$1.61 billion and total employment impacts were 22,445 jobs. Total

value added impacts were $797.1 million, including $95.8 million in

Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Government 2,445
Health Care 1,146
Real Estate and Financial Services 971
Agriculture, Natural Resources,Related... 64
Professional and Technical Services 63
Households 59c
RetailTrade 502
Manufacturing 386
Construction 344
Information and Communications 235
Wholesale Trade 219
Consumer Services 213
Transportation 146
Travel and Entertainment Services 134
Social Services & Organizations 117
Utilities 69
Education 3 __
0 1,000 2,000 3,000

Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government 34, 21
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related... 20,055
Health Care 18,697
Professional and Technical Services 13,14
Retail Trade 12,258
Real Estate and Financial Services 8,510
Construction ,798
Social Services& Organizations 5,3 9
Manufacturing 4,44
Consumer Services 3,98
Travel and Entertainment Services 3,232
Transportation 2,827
Wholesale Trade 2,246
Information and Communications 2,002
Households 11,721
Education 1,430
Utilities 332
0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000

Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 569
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries... 102
Agricultural Inputs & Services 57
Forest Products Manufacturing 31
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 26
Mining 11
Nature-based Recreation 2

0 200 400 600

Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 17 64
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries... 2, 4
Agricultural Inputs & Services 1,7 0
Forest Products Manufacturing I 565
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing I 445
Mining 102
Nature-based Recreation 66

0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($894.6 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($151.3 million); and Food and Kindred

Products Manufacturing ($116.9 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution

(17,264 jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (2,244 jobs); and Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,760 jobs).

Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($568.8 million); Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($102.1 million); and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($56.8 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 71 percent of output, compared to 45 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 32 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.23) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.20) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.17). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (14.8 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (16.6) and higher than all industries (12.7).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($583.1 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($209.7 million), and Soft drinks and ice manufacturing ($103.5 million).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (12,512 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage

(3,943 jobs), and Landscape services (883 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places

($343.5 million); Retail stores-food and beverage ($157.2 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($57.3 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.20, with Mining having the

highest (1.28). The average employment multiplier was 16.6, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest (19.3).

The average output/consumption ratio was 1.01, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ratio (1.34).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).



Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Alachua County, Florida, 2008
Apparent Total Employment Ou
App Irent op Export Imports Employment Value Imputed Multiplier output
All Industry Groups Output (M$) E s Ir s Consumption Eobs) Added output Mu Consumption
(M$) Multiplier Ratio
(M$) output)
Government 2,501 4 592 51 0 2,4932 34,821 2,4447 101 14 1 100
Health Care 1,965 0 1,225 6 1100 849 5 18,697 1,1462 139 13 1 231
Real Estate and Financial Services 1,6107 3906 871 5 2,091 6 8,510 970 8 1 16 67 077
Manufactuinng 1,4845 1,082 1 2,4682 2,8706 4,446 3857 127 52 052
Agnculture, Natural Resources,
Related Manufactuinng & Services 1,3484 6100 1,2352 1,973 6 20,055 647 2 1 20 166 068
Professional and Technical Services 1,141 6 3158 5820 1,407 8 13,141 6368 1 18 133 081
Construction 946 5 147 3 62 805 5 7,798 343 7 1 09 91 1 18
Households 8624 00 29 8653 1,721 5990 100 20 100
Retail Trade 731 8 68 1 1106 7743 12,258 501 7 105 172 095
Information and Communcations 6004 2633 4155 752 6 2,002 2346 1 24 55 080
Consumer Services 3838 71 9 1265 4384 3,989 213 1 109 113 088
Wholesale Trade 3420 360 1408 4468 2,246 2186 1 05 71 077
Social Services & Organizations 2687 894 584 237 7 5,369 1170 1 27 226 1 13
Utilities 242 0 176 1 265 7 331 5 332 687 1 07 20 073
Travel and Entertanmment Services 2368 65 1 998 271 5 3,232 1344 1 18 154 087
Transportation 2297 962 2630 3966 2,827 146 1 1 21 143 058
Education 747 442 408 71 3 1,430 31 4 1 36 224 1 05
Total 14,970.4 4,740.8 6,848.1 17,077.7 142,874 8,839.4 1.17 11.0 0.88












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Alachua County, Florida, 2008


Industry Group


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 151.3
Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production 41 6
Fruit farming 17 5
Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 13 8
Vegetable and melon farming 12 3
All other crop farming 120
Poultry and egg production 120
Cattle ranching and farming 11 3
Support activities for agriculture and forestry 8 0
Dairy cattle and milk production 6 2
Animal production, except cattle and poultry 3 8
Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 37
Commercial loggmg 3 0
Commercial fishing 2 9
Tree nut farming 1 8
Tobacco farming 0 8
Grain farming 0 5
Agricultural Inputs & Services 94.3
Landscape services 440
Vetennary services 35 4
Pest control services 13 5
Fertilizer manufacturing 1 5
Mining 15.3
Minng and quarrying stone 8 0
Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic mierals 47
Dnlling oil and gas wells 1 6
Extraction of oil and natural gas 0 9
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 116.9
Soft drik and ice manufactunng 1035
Bread and bakery product manufacturing 71


Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing
Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate
Forest Products Manufacturing
Engineered wood member and truss mfg
Stationery product manufacturing
Wood windows and doors and millwork mfg
Veneer and plywood manufacturing
Sawmills and wood preservation
Wood container and pallet manufacturing
Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places
Retail stores-food and beverage
Wholesale trade, food & kindred products
Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation
Golf courses

Recreational fishing

Total


Employ- Indirect Imputed
Output Exports Imports Apparent Employ Output Employ Value put Employ- utput /
mBusiness Immputed me
Output Exports Imports ment Added Output
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tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Itpacts Multiier e Ratio
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182
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855
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120 363 491
1308 273 193
31 26 188
156 60 135
103 89 138
69 24 138
29 122 166
72 284 138
05 72 75
36 105 42
02 306 48
56 15 31
70 90 34
12 16 21
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367 817 509
195 519 443
112 250 156
113 1 19
172.4 65 19.5
109 35 109
43 21 57
17 8 19
1555 2 10
107.5 232 145.5
599 161 1317
266 56 72
114 13 59
95 3 08
69.3 411 88.3
68 167 27 2
60 60 248
195 77 124
84 49 127
25 1 27 66
36 31 46
665.6 15,819 1,053.5
391 7 11,483 697 0
145 6 3,572 249 8
111 7 561 90 1
166 202 166
25.8 66 6.3
213 55 52
44 11 1 1

1,330.8 20,055 1,611.4


2,244 102.1
436 399
294 122
106 75
73 89
108 56
37 29
171 41
341 96
84 3 1
109 23
322 23
16 09
95 08
20 1 2
22 04
10 03
1,760 56.8
883 27 9
602 200
270 86
4 04
102 11.3
61 66
29 33
10 11
2 02
445 25.7
370 242
56 1 1
14 03
4 01
565 30.8
234 107
117 77
79 40
68 50
29 1 6
37 1 8
17,264 568.8
12,512 3435
3,943 157 2
604 57 3
205 108
66 1.6
55 1 3
11 03

22,445 797.1










Baker County


Baker County is located in the Jacksonville economic region

of north-central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 26,336.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$455.4 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $763.5 million and total employment was 9,116 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Government, Construction, Transportation, Agriculture and Related,

and Households as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic

and international imports of $816.0 million and exports of $212.5

million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $1.37

billion. Industry groups with the highest employment were Government

(2,883 jobs), Transportation (1,123 jobs), and Agriculture and Related

(1,039 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Government ($156 million), Transportation ($65.6 million), and

Households ($46.4 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in this county was 1.07 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed multipliers were for Transportation (1.23), Social Services and

Organizations (1.18), and Health Care (1.16). The average employment

multiplier was 12.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest

employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations

(25.5), Retail Trade (19.0), and Consumer Services (18.8). The average

output/consumption ratio in this county was 0.56, with Transportation

having the highest ratio (2.80).

In Baker County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related

industries ranked 4th among all industry groups in terms of output, 4t

in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture,

Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county, direct output

in 2008 was $66.9 million. Total exports of this industry group were

$22.2 million and total imports were $25.4 million. The apparent

consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and services

was $70.1 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $72.1

million and total employment impacts were 1,105 jobs. Total value

added impacts were $33 million, including $3.6 million in Indirect

Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 156
Transportation 66
Households 46
Construction 3 3
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 3
RetailTrade 3(
Health Care 3(
Real Estate and Financial Services 13
Professional and Technical Services 12
Information and Communications 9
Manufacturing 9
Consumer Services 8
Social Services & Organizations 6
WholesaleTrade 5
Utilities 1
Travel and Entertainment Services 1
Education 0
0 50 100 150 200


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government 2,883
Transportation E 1,123
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related n 1,039
Construction 856
RetailTrade 818
Health Care 675
Social Services & Organizations 417
Professional and Technical Services 374
Consumer Services m 291
Real Estate and FinancialServices m 203
Households 120
Manufacturing I 109
Information and Communications I 98
Wholesale Trade 66
Travel and Entertainment Services 28
Education 14
Utilities 3 _
0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


BAKER

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Agricultural Inputs & Services


33


10 20 30 40


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production


-mmmm


m


Agricultural Inputs& Services 171

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($36.6 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($23.1 million); and Agricultural Inputs and

Services ($7.3 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (696 jobs); Crop,

Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (237 jobs); and Agricultural Inputs and Services (171 jobs). Groups with the highest

value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($19.0 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($10.0 million); and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($4.0 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 76 percent of output, compared to 33 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B), and 28 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.18) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.08) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.07). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (10.3 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (16.5) and lower than all industries (12.7).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($24.0 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($10.1 million), and Poultry and egg production ($7.3 million). Sectors with

the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (492 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage (178 jobs), and

Landscape services (127 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($11.1 million),

Retail stores-food and beverage ($6.3 million), and Landscape services ($2.9 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.08, with Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest (1.18). The average employment multiplier was 16.5, with Agricultural Inputs

and Services group having the highest (23.6). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.95, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production having the highest ratio (2.75).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Baker County, Florida, 2008
Total e Employment O
Output Exports Imports Apparent Employment Value ut Multployment output
All Industry Groups (M) (M) (M) Consumptlon E(obs) Added utput J Consumption
(M) (M$) Multiplier output) Ratio

Government 1758 27 19 1750 2,883 1560 100 164 100
Construction 96 1 00 733 1694 856 309 100 89 057
Transportation 906 770 187 323 1,123 656 123 150 280
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 669 222 1004 145 1 1,039 308 108 165 046
Households 668 00 01 668 120 464 1 00 18 1 00
Health Care 607 382 448 673 675 299 1 16 129 090
Retail Trade 45 1 157 31 0 603 818 302 108 190 075
Manufactunng 377 322 2169 2224 109 90 108 37 017
Real Estate and Financial Services 279 12 1113 138 1 203 133 101 74 020
Information and Communcations 27 1 67 33 1 535 98 94 107 41 051
Professional and Technical Services 233 56 835 101 2 374 12 1 1 06 167 023
Social Services & Orgamizations 176 85 104 195 417 65 1 18 255 090
Consumer Services 157 15 223 365 291 81 102 188 043
Wholesale Trade 79 08 27 6 348 66 49 1 02 86 023
Travel and Entertainment Services 19 00 176 194 28 09 100 150 010
Utilities 13 00 169 182 3 10 100 19 007
Education 09 00 60 69 14 05 1 00 152 0 13
Total 763.5 212.5 816.0 1,367.0 9,116 455.4 1.07 12.7 0.56














Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Baker County, Florida, 2008

Imputed
Employ Value Idirect Employ-
Apparent Employ- Output Em Busmess Imputed E ,- Output/
Output Exports Imports -ment Added Business puted meant
Industry Group O(M ( Consumpt ment Impts Im ts Impacts Tax Output Mt Consumption
(M$)y p ion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Impacts Multiplier Ratio
(Jobs) (M$) (M (jobs / MS
(M$) output)


Crop, Livestock Forestry & Fisheries 23.1 17.7 3.0 8.4 183 27.1 237 10.0 0.4 1.18 10.3 2.75
Production

5 43
Poultry and egg production 76 62 00 14 12 90 20 18 01 1 18 26
317
Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product 36 27 02 1 1 25 39 28 32 00 1 06 77
4 02
Cattle ranching and farming 30 23 00 0 7 26 39 34 08 01 131 114
5 36
Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 22 22 04 04 4 29 30 1 1 01 135 14 1
45 40
Dairy cattle and milk production 21 20 00 00 19 22 22 09 00 109 105 45
372
Commercial logging 12 09 00 03 6 16 10 05 00 137 82
1 99
Commercial fishing 09 09 04 05 30 10 31 02 00 110 340
087
Fruit farming 08 03 04 09 9 08 10 05 00 106 138 8
0 53
Support activities for agnculture and forestry 07 0 0 0 6 1 3 40 0 7 40 0 5 0 0 1 00 55 5
0 48
Vegetable and melon fminmg 06 00 07 13 2 06 2 04 00 100 40
1 20
Anumal production, except cattle and poultry 04 01 01 03 8 04 8 02 00 105 22 3
0 93
Tree nut farming 01 01 01 01 1 01 1 01 00 1 13 159
Agricultural Inputs & Services 7.3 4.3 2.8 5.7 161 8.3 171 4.0 0.2 1.14 23.6 1.27

2 16
Landscape services 52 33 05 24 119 60 127 29 01 1 15 242 2
2 16
Pest control services 16 10 01 0 7 36 18 39 09 00 1 15 242 2
017
Vetennary services 04 00 21 26 6 04 6 02 00 100 140
Food & Kindred Products Distribution 36.6 0.2 19.6 56.0 696 36.6 696 19.0 3.0 1.00 19.0 0.65

0 69
Food services and drinking places 240 00 108 348 492 240 492 11 1 12 100 205
0 90
Retail stores-food and beverage 10 1 00 11 112 178 10 1 178 63 15 100 17
0 23
Wholesale trade, food & landred products 20 02 69 87 17 20 17 13 03 102 86

Retail lawn and garden centers 0 5 0 0 0 8 1 3 9 0 5 9 03 0 1 1 00 17 040

Total 66.9 22.2 25.4 70.1 1,039 72.1 1,105 33.0 3.6 1.08 16.5 0.95











Bay County


Bay County is located in the Panama City economic region on

the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009

was 164,767.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$6.41 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $11.02 billion and total employment was 94,697 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, Manufacturing,

Agriculture and Related, and Construction as shown in Table A. The

county had total domestic and international imports of $5.81 billion and

exports of $3.14 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and

services was $13.68 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (19,098 jobs), Agriculture and Related

(13,832 jobs), and Retail Trade (9,720 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Government ($1.67 billion), Real Estate

and Financial Services ($864.7 million), and Agriculture and Related

($527.0 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.24 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services

(1.52), Information and Communications (1.47), and Consumer

Services (1.44). The average employment multiplier was 10.8 jobs per

million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for

Education (22.5), Social Services and Organizations (21.1), and Retail

Trade (18.9). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry

groups in this county was 0.81, with Consumer Services having the

highest ratio (1.53).

In Bay County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related

industries ranked 4th among all industry groups in terms of output, 2nd

in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture,

Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county, direct output

in 2008 was $1.17 billion. Total exports of this industry group were

$597.2 million and total imports were $278.0 million. The apparent

consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and services

was $846.1 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $1.64

billion and total employment impacts were 18,187 jobs. Total value

added impacts were $817 million, including $85.7 million in Indirect

Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries


Government
Real Estate and Financial Services
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Professional and Technical Services
Health Care
Retail Trade
Households
Construction
Manufacturing
Consumer Services
Information and Communications
Wholesale Trade
Travel and Entertainment Services
Transportation
Social Services & Organizations
Utilities
Education


28
S2&
171
170
152
m 112
m 77
* 65
3


527
484
426
108
80
5


65


m 1.672


0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Government 19,098
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 13,832
RetailTrade 9,720
Professional and Technical Services ,572
Real Estate and Financial Services 104
Construction 7, 96
Health Care 6,9 5
Consumer Services 4,007
Social Services & Organizations 171
Manufacturing 2 364
Travel and Entertainment Services 2, 07
Transportation 2, 00
Wholesale Trade 1,9 2
Information and Communications 1, 9
Households 1,041
Education 220
Utilities 200

0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Forest Products Manufacturing
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Nature-based Recreation
Mining
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


1
m 48
N 35
* 26
I 15
3


- 3


0 200 400 600


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 13, 10

Forest Products Manufacturing 1, 16

Agricultural Inputs & Services 1,10

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 861

Nature-based Recreation | 469

Mining 142

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 51

0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000


7









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($706.6 million); Forest Products Manufacturing ($250.6 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($71.1 million); and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($69.6 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were

Food and Kindred Products Distribution (13,910 jobs), Forest Products Manufacturing (1,649 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and

Services (1,105 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($552.5 million);

Forest Products Manufacturing ($136.9 million); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($47.6 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 19 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 29 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.41) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.40) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.24). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (12.1 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (15.6) and higher than all industries (10.8).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($506.5), Paper mills ($231.1 million), and Retail stores-food and beverage ($119.0). Sectors with the highest employment

impacts were Food services and drinking places (10,890 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage (2,246 jobs), and Paper mills (1,498

jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($398.2 million), Paper mills ($128.1

million), and Retail stores-food and beverage ($96.2 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.40, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.58). The average employment multiplier was 15.6, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution

having the highest (19.7). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.38, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest

ratio (3.32).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Bay County, Florida, 2008
Apparent Total Employment
utput Exports Imports Employment Value Imputed Multiplier Output
All Industry Groups Consumption output (obsM$ Consumption
All Industry Groups (M$) (M$) (M$) (M) (jobs) Added Multiplier obs MS Rato
S(M$) Multiplier output)

Government 1,7344 96 828 1,807 7 19,098 1,671 5 100 11 1 096
Real Estate and Financial Services 1,2538 5128 583 1 1,324 1 8,104 864 7 1 42 105 095
Manufacturing 1,2293 7454 2,3178 2,801 7 2,864 2888 134 53 044
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 1,1654 597 2 717 6 1,2857 13,832 527 0 140 156 091
Construction 939 8 465 98 903 1 7,696 344 8 1 04 86 1 04
Professional and Technical Services 8420 1299 8222 1,5343 8,572 4842 1 14 116 055
Health Care 6540 1282 158 1 6840 6,935 4256 1 19 124 096
Retail Trade 602 1 1603 71 7 5136 9,720 407 8 127 189 1 17
Households 5467 00 16 5484 1,041 3798 100 19 100
Information and Communcations 5457 282 4 3440 607 3 1,949 1709 1 47 76 090
Consumer Services 4541 2209 63 1 2963 4,007 2636 144 132 153
Travel and Entertainment Services 2843 1569 69 1 1965 2,807 1523 1 52 150 1 45
Wholesale Trade 269 1 283 112 1 3529 1,982 1700 1 10 84 076
Transportation 2268 760 1756 3264 2,500 112 1 129 141 069
Social Services & Organizations 1703 471 394 1626 3,171 767 126 21 1 105
Utilities 890 03 1644 2530 200 646 100 23 035
Education 98 00 734 832 220 34 1 00 225 0 12
Total 11,016.6 3,141.7 5,805.9 13,680.8 94,697 6,407.9 1.24 10.8 0.81















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Bay County, Florida, 2008

Indirect Imputed
Apparent Employ Output Employ alue Business Imputed Employ- Output/
t Output Exports Imports ment Added O ment
Industry Group o Consumption -ment Impacts rATax Output ultler Consumption
Impacts Impacts impacts Multiplier Multer
) (M) (M$) (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) (M) Impacts Multer obs / Ratio
(M$) output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Commercial logging

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Vegetable and melon farming

Commercial fishing

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Poultry and egg production

Cattle ranching and farming

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing

Vetennary services

Pest control services

Mining

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Mining and quarrying stone

Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Soft drik and ice manufacturing

Frozen food manufacturing

Animal (except poultry) slaughtering

Forest Products Manufacturing

Paper mills

Wood windows and doors and millwork

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishinm


71.1 41.5 40.3

247 17 02

168 168 80

106 76 76

60 54 49

53 36 63

39 32 66

35 28 31

02 02 05

02 02 30

69.6 11.1 12.5

321 76 61

147 12 01

131 00 44

98 23 19

22.0 11.0 32.8

108 03 218

93 87 68

20 20 43

10.4 8.6 94.8

66 62 37 0

25 23 136

13 01 441

250.6 207.1 32.0

231 1 2023 21 2

184 48 60

1 1 00 48

706.6 296.1 62.2

506 5 255 8 280

1190 298 57

673 71 280

138 33 05

35.1 21.8 3.4

291 181 28

61 38 06

1,165.4 597.2 278.0


544 100.4 861 47.6

124 262 136 78

31 286 182 132

21 168 82 11 1

180 86 206 28

169 83 198 62

14 67 40 51

3 45 12 12

1 03 2 01

2 03 3 02

1,030 77.3 1,105 35.4

639 376 692 202

39 152 43 24

157 13 1 158 66

196 115 212 62

53 31.7 142 15.1

26 110 28 22

21 17 1 93 107

6 36 21 23

22 13.8 51 3.2

10 88 29 22

9 36 18 09

3 14 3 01

456 395.7 1,649 136.9

335 3728 1,498 128 1

110 21 8 140 85

11 1 1 11 03

11,449 961.3 13,910 552.5

8,842 7207 10,890 3982

1,940 1494 2,246 962

496 742 567 470

172 171 206 11 1

278 54.9 469 26.2

230 455 388 21 7

48 95 81 45

13,832 1,635.2 18,187 817.0


12.1 1.02

55 1 06

108 210

77 1 00

346 109

377 066

104 053

33 091

82 041

174 007

15.9 0.98

21 6 1 05

29 1 08

121 075

21 6 1 05

6.5 0.50

26 033

100 127

109 046

4.9 0.11

44 018

75 018

26 003

6.6 3.32

65 462

76 094

102 019

19.7 1.49

21 5 1 82

189 125

84 076

150 125

13.3 2.11

133 211

133 211

15.6 1.38











Bradford County


Bradford County is located in the Gainesville economic region

of north-central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 29,235.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$574.8 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $1.03 billion and total employment was 9,776 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Agriculture and Related, Government, Manufacturing, Households, and

Transportation as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and

international imports of $958.3 million and exports of $342.7 million.

Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $1.64 billion in

2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Government

(2,863 jobs), Agriculture and Related (1,474 jobs), and Retail Trade

(936 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Government ($166.8 million), Agriculture and Related ($92.9 million),

and Households ($49.8 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations

(1.22), Transportation (1.21), and Agriculture and Related (1.20). The

average employment multiplier was 10.4 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (25.8),

Consumer Services (17.4), and Retail Trade (15.9). The average

output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was

0.63, with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio

(2.33).

In Bradford County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $208.4 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $108.9 million and total imports were $43.3 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $142.8 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $249.6 million and total employment impacts were 1,790 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $112.2 million, including $8.4 million

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Households
Retail Trade
Transportation
Health Care
Utilities
Manufacturing
Real Estate and Financial Services
Construction
Social Services & Organizations
Professional and Technical Services
Consumer Services
Wholesale Trade
Information and Communications
Travel and Entertainment Services
Education


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Mining

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation


3
-3
27
22
21
20
- 19
18
m 13
m 12
S4
S3
n


39

29

22

12


3

1

0 10 20 30 40 50


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Mining

Nature-based Recreation


S8

420

216

12

12

8

24

0 200 400 600 800 1,000


50
42


93


S 167


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries


0


0 50 100 150 200


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Government 2,863
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 1,471
Retail Trade 936
Transportation 7 9
Health Care 66
Construction 59
Social Services & Organizations 484
Professional and Technical Services 427
Households 396
Consumer Services 385
Manufacturing 89
Real Estate and Financial Services 2 9
WholesaleTrade 12
Travel and Entertainment Services 87
Information and Communications 58
Utilities 39
Education 16

0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($70.6 million); Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($43.6 million); Mining ($38.1 million),

and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($25.2 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution (844 jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (420 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing

(216 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($38.9 million);

Mining ($29.3); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($22.1 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 64 percent of output, compared to 52 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 33 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.12) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.20) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.10). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (6.0 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (8.6) and lower than all industries (10.4).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Mining gold, silver, and

other metal ores ($36.2 million); Vegetable and melon farming ($34.1 million); and Food services and drinking places ($28.4 million).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (618 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage

(186 jobs), and Sawmills and wood preservation (174 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Mining gold, silver,

and other metal ores ($28.4 million), Vegetable and melon farming ($25.5 million), and Food services and drinking places ($12.5

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.20, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.67). The average employment multiplier was 8.6, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution

having the highest (19.3). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.46, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest

ratio (3.75).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Bradford County, Florida, 2008
Appt Total Employment
All Industry Grups Output Exports Imports Apparent Employment Value Imputed Multiplier Output
All Industry Groups Consumption output Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) (M) Jobs) Added Multipl Jobs M S Ratio
(M$) Muliplir output)
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 2084 1089 1189 2184 1,474 929 120 86 095
Government 1885 06 33 191 2 2,863 1668 100 152 099
Manufactunng 977 775 2754 2956 289 21 8 116 44 033
Households 71 1 12 00 698 396 498 101 56 102
Transportation 69 1 51 0 280 46 1 709 340 121 132 150
Construction 649 00 1056 1706 591 199 100 91 038
Retail Trade 62 1 17 1 180 630 936 420 108 159 099
Health Care 509 10 1 352 760 663 31 2 107 137 067
Social Services & Orgamizations 49 1 397 116 21 1 484 190 122 12 1 233
Utilities 356 234 76 198 39 27 1 108 19 1 79
Real Estate and Financial Services 353 38 1309 162 3 239 206 1 04 72 022
Professional and Technical Services 343 1 1 1000 1332 427 175 1 01 126 026
Consumer Services 228 37 229 41 9 385 128 1 05 174 054
Wholesale Trade 188 20 27 2 44 1 122 12 1 1 03 68 043
Information and Communcations 13 1 26 50 1 606 58 41 1 03 48 022
Travel and Entertainment Services 58 00 163 22 1 87 29 100 150 026
Education 06 00 73 79 16 02 1 00 258 008
Total 1,028.0 342.7 958.3 1,643.5 9,776 574.8 1.10 10.4 0.63














Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Bradford County, Florida, 2008
Imputed
Employ- Value Indirect Employ-
utput Exports Imports Apparent Employ- Output t A Busmess Imputed ment Output/
Industry Group Consumption ment Impacts ment Addd Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
M(M$) (Jobs) (M$) pts IMacts Impacts Multiplier (obs/ Ratio
(Jobs) (M$) (M$) MS

output)
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production 70.6 45.0 5.9 31.5 303 79.2 420 38.9 1.3 1.12 6.0 2.24

Vegetable and melon farming 34 1 31 7 07 32 64 388 149 255 06 114 44 1074

Commercial loggmg 118 18 01 10 1 58 127 66 38 01 108 56 1 17

Dairy cattle and milk production 72 37 01 36 32 80 39 31 01 1 10 55 201

Poultry and egg production 64 51 01 14 5 77 12 16 01 120 19 445

Cattle ranching and farming 40 08 03 35 17 45 20 09 01 113 49 115

All other crop farming 31 14 06 22 9 34 14 13 02 1 10 46 138

Support activities for agriculture and forestry 22 00 1 1 33 105 22 105 1 5 00 1 00 47 1 067

Fruit farming 07 03 09 14 4 08 5 05 00 108 77 052

Anumal production, except cattle and poultry 0 7 0 0 0 9 1 5 7 0 7 7 0 4 0 0 1 01 106 044

Tree nut farming 02 02 01 01 1 02 2 01 00 118 89 166

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product 02 00 11 12 1 02 1 01 00 102 61 014

Agricultural Inputs & Services 5.5 0.2 1.9 7.1 101 5.6 102 2.6 0.1 1.01 18.4 0.77

Landscape services 27 02 06 32 52 28 53 15 01 102 196 086

Vetennary services 20 00 10 30 33 20 33 07 00 100 165 066

Pest control services 08 01 02 10 16 08 16 04 00 102 196 086

Mining 38.1 31.6 9.5 16.0 35 47.8 82 29.3 2.6 1.25 2.1 2.38

Mming gold, silver, and other metal ore 362 312 06 57 32 459 78 284 26 127 21 640

Dnlling oil and gas wells 14 04 04 15 2 14 3 08 00 104 21 093

Extraction of oil and natural gas 0 6 00 84 89 1 0 6 1 02 00 100 2 2 006

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 25.2 11.1 2.8 17.0 63 31.8 102 6.7 0.3 1.26 4.1 1.49

Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 83 49 09 43 12 12 1 33 25 01 146 40 192

Animal (except poultry) slaughtering- 82 08 07 81 17 90 21 13 00 109 26 101

All other food manufactunng 72 54 02 20 24 92 38 25 01 128 53 355

Bread and bakery product manufacturing 15 00 10 25 10 15 10 05 00 101 64 061

Forest Products Manufacturing 23.6 19.4 2.1 6.3 109 39.5 216 11.9 0.5 1.67 9.1 3.75

Sawmills and wood preservation 190 16 1 14 42 82 329 174 94 04 1 74 92 447

All other miscellaneous wood product 25 19 02 08 15 36 24 15 00 144 93 313

Wood windows and doors and millwork 21 13 05 13 13 29 18 11 00 137 87 168

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 43.6 0.5 19.7 62.7 842 43.8 844 22.1 3.5 1.00 19.3 0.70

Food services and drinkmg places 284 00 104 388 618 284 618 125 13 100 217 073

Retail stores-food and beverage 99 00 17 116 186 99 186 61 14 100 189 085

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 47 05 68 110 30 48 32 31 07 103 68 043

Retail lawn and garden centers 06 00 07 13 7 06 7 04 01 100 12 1 046

Nature-based Recreation 1.7 1.1 1.6 2.2 20 2.0 24 0.6 0.1 1.17 14.1 0.77

Commercial huntmg and trappmg 12 11 00 01 16 15 19 05 01 123 154 938

Golfcourses 04 00 13 1 7 4 04 4 01 00 100 106 022

Recreational fishing 01 0 0 0 3 0 4 1 01 1 0 0 0 0 1 00 106 022
Total 208.4 108.9 43.3 142.8 1,474 249.6 1,790 112.2 8.4 1.20 8.6 1.46











Brevard County


Brevard County is located in the Orlando economic region on

the Atlantic coast of central Florida. Total county population in 2009

was 536,357.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$17.70 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $36.91 billion and employment was 263,355 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Manufacturing, Professional and Technical Services, Government, Real

Estate and Financial Services, and Health Care as shown in Table A.

The county had total domestic and international imports of $19.85

billion and exports of $11.49 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods

and services was $45.27 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the

highest employment were Professional and Technical Services

(43,891jobs), Government (33,567 jobs), and Agriculture and Related

(29,493 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Government ($2.77 billion), Professional and Technical Services ($2.64

billion), and Manufacturing ($2.48 billion).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.18 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing (1.36), Professional

and Technical Services (1.24), and Social Services and Organizations

(1.23). The average employment multiplier was 8.5 jobs per million

dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social

Services and Organizations (21.5), Retail Trade (16.0), and Education

(15.3). The average output/consumption ratio in this county was 0.82,

with Health Care and Households each having the highest ratio (1.0).

In Brevard County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 7t among all industry groups in terms of

output, 3rd in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $2.07 billion. Total exports of this industry

group were $390.7 million and total imports were $1.35 billion. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $3.02 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were

$2.23 billion and total employment impacts were 30,940 jobs. Total

value added impacts were $1.15 billion, including $157.2 million in

Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries


Government
Professional and Technical Services
Manufacturing
Real Estate and Financial Services
Health Care
Households
Retail Trade
Agriculture, Natural Resources&Related
Construction
Wholesale Trade
Consumer Services
Information and Communications
Travel and Entertainment Services
Transportation
Social Services & Organizations
Utilities
Education


0 1,000 2,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries


Professional and Technical Services
Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Health Care
RetailTrade
Manufacturing
Real Estate and Financial Services
Construction
Consumer Services
Social Services & Organizations
Travel and Entertainment Services
Transportation
Wholesale Trade
Households
Information and Communications
Education
Utilities


9,663
- 9,507
I 6,180
- 5,428
- 4,504
- 3,666
- 3,497
m 2,948
406


33
29,49-
S 25,215
S 24,968
1 23,567
18,979
17,876


3,000


1 43,891
i67


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Mining


1 2,880

1 1,173

I690

427

297

88

10,


2
2,6
2,479
1,530
1,525
1,327
1,098
1,064
54
551
488
405
264
253
200
143
103


0 20,000 40,000 60,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 8 5

Agricultural nputs & Services 1 87

Nature-based Recreation 66

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production | 44

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing I 30

Forest Products Manufacturing I 21

Mining F 13

0 500 1,000


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


25,R84


000 20,000 30,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($1.54 billion), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($163.4 million), and Food and Kindred Products

Manufacturing ($120.1 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (25,384

jobs), Agricultural Inputs and Services (2,880 jobs), and Nature-based Recreation (1,173 jobs). Groups with the highest value added

impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($894.6 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($86.6 million), and Nature-

based Recreation ($66.1 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 19 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.14) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.08) and lower than all

industries in the county (1.18). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (10.0 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (15.0) and higher than all industries (8.5).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($965.3 million); Retail stores-food and beverages ($315.2 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($211.8

million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (18,236 jobs), Retail stores-food and

beverage (5,339 jobs), and Landscape services (1,420 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and

drinking places ($514.7 million); Retail stores-food and beverages ($205.7 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products

($143.8 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.08, with Nature-based

Recreation having the highest (1.29). The average employment multiplier was 15.0, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the

highest (17.6). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.68, with Nature-based Recreation having the highest ratio (1.89).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Brevard County, Florida, 2008
output Exports port Apparent Total Value Imputed Employment Output
All Industry Groups Output Exports Impots C Employment A t Multiplier Consumption
All Industy G s Consumption (obs) Added Output obs / Conumpton
(M$) (M$) Multiplier output) Ratio

Manufacturing 12,032 7 7,684 0 7,961 0 12,309 7 23,567 2,479 1 1 36 45 098
Professional and Technical Services 4,371 4 1,664 5 2,872 2 5,579 1 43,891 2,644 0 1 24 124 0 78
Government 2,997 3 235 934 3,067 3 33,567 2,772 9 1 01 11 2 098
Real Estate and Financial Services 2,658 8 379 3 1,975 1 4,254 7 18,979 1,530 0 1 10 8 1 062
Health Care 2,439 3 377 7 375 6 2,437 2 25,215 1,525 0 1 09 11 2 1 00
Construction 2,243 0 21 0 487 2,270 8 17,876 854 3 1 01 80 099
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 2,067 1 390 7 2,269 4 3,945 8 29,493 1,064 2 1 08 150 052
Households 1,907 8 00 1 1 1,908 9 3,666 1,326 6 1 00 1 9 1 00
Retail Trade 1,605 5 1628 277 2 1,720 0 24,968 1,097 9 1 05 160 093
Information and Communications 1,023 0 256 9 1,082 9 1,849 0 3,497 404 6 1 13 45 055
Consumer Services 863 3 86 0 369 3 1,146 6 9,663 488 1 1 05 11 6 075
Wholesale Trade 847 2 892 847 0 1,605 0 4,504 551 4 1 05 58 053
Travel and Entertauiment Services 5120 1104 207 4 609 0 6,180 264 4 1 10 13 1 084
Social Services & Orgamuzations 492 4 1395 191 1 544 0 9,507 200 1 1 23 21 5 091
Transportation 444 8 926 582 8 934 9 5,428 253 2 1 10 132 048
Utilities 211 5 07 565 4 776 2 406 1432 1 00 1 9 027
Education 197 2 135 131 0 3147 2,948 103 1 1 04 153 063
Total 36,914.5 11,492.3 19,850.6 45,272.8 263,355 17,702.2 1.18 8.5 0.82















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Brevard County, Florida, 2008


Indirect hImputed
Apparent Employ Output Emplo Value Business Imputed Employ Output
Industry Group Ouut E s I s Consumption -ment Impacts s s Tax utput Multiplier Consumption
Impct I sImpacts Impacts MultpRer
Industry Group (M) (M) (M) (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Im(Jobs)pacts Multiplier obs / S Ratio
C v F output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Fruit farming

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Vegetable and melon farming

Poultry and egg production

Cattle ranching and farming

Commercial fishing

Dairy cattle and milk production

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Annmal production, except cattle and poultry

Grain farming

Agricultural Inputs & Services
Landscape services

Vetennary services
Pest control services

Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing

Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing

Mining
Drilling oil and gas wells

Minng & quarrying other nonmetallic mineral

Mmnng and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Mmnng and quarrying stone

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Soft drnk and ice manufacturing

Tobacco product manufacturing

Fluid milk and butter manufacturing

Anmmal (except poultry) slaughtering

Bread and bakery product manufacturing

Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing

Seasomnng and dressing manufacturing

Snack food manufacturing

All other food manufacturing

Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate

Seafood product preparation and packaging

Forest Products Manufacturing
Engineered wood member and truss mfg
Wood windows and doors and millwork

Sawmills and wood preservation

All other paper bag and coated & treated paper

All other miscellaneous wood product

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation
Golf courses

Recreational fishing

Commercial hunting and trapping
Total


68.7 44.6 115.3
186 119 168

138 63 159
110 110 14

106 46 273
41 25 104

33 26 29
29 28 139

21 11 33
15 15 93

08 01 88
00 00 53

163.4 22.1 34.5
725 00 214

668 216 24
222 00 65

16 05 24
03 00 19

19.0 12.2 188.9
124 76 85

41 26 67
12 12 112

09 09 166
04 00 1459

120.1 49.5 565.9
418 392 1170

388 05 644
10 1 01 446

83 08 1361
52 01 505

39 38 131
33 01 187

31 28 498
23 04 281

18 16 208
17 00 230

45.5 21.4 101.8
338 206 64

48 01 386
30 02 46 1

27 03 33
13 01 74

1,535.7 173.5 326.0
9653 127 7 934

3152 154 190
2118 223 2117

433 82 19

114.7 67.4 13.4
884 512 94
184 107 20

78 55 20
2,067.1 390.7 1,345.8


139.4
234

234
14

333
119

36
140

42
93

95
53

175.8
938

477
287

35
21

195.6
133

83
112

166
1463

636.6
1196

1027
546

1436
555

131
218

500
300

210
247

126.0
196

433
488

57
86

1,688.2
931 0

3188
401 3

370

60.6
466
97

43
3,022.2


600 78.3
131 203

173 149
23 139

42 11 2
7 44

29 39
79 39

19 22
78 26

19 09
1 0 1

2,777 175.0
1,420 725
919 783
435 222

3 18
1 03

58 22.6
28 142

15 50
8 17

6 12
1 04

205 133.1
66 52 1

24 389
15 102

18 85
36 52

15 48
7 33

5 37
8 25

7 2 1
5 17

347 54.8
281 428

33 48
13 30

10 28
9 14

24,649 1,615.8
17,711 1,0232

5,266 323 0

1,126 222 2
546 47 4

858 148.0
675 1147
141 239

43 95
29,493 2,227.6


690 43.8
147 167

183 94
54 42

47 74
9 09

33 09
88 1 3

21 09
88 1 6

19 05
1 00

2,880 86.6
1,420 382

1,020 363
435 117

4 04
1 00

88 12.8
43 8 1

23 29
12 09

9 08
1 01

297 30.2
139 86

24 149
15 1 1

20 08
36 1 3

22 07
7 05

10 1 1
9 06

10 03
5 02

427 20.6
360 177

34 1 2
14 06

10 06
10 05

25,384 894.6
18,236 5147

5,339 205 7

1,226 1438
583 304

1,173 66.1
923 507
192 106

58 48
30,940 1,154.7


10.0 0.49
79 079

133 059
50 784

44 032
23 034

101 092
300 021

99 049
566 017

222 009
217 001

17.6 0.93
196 077

153 140
196 077

26 046
37 013

4.7 0.10
35 093

56 050
104 011

101 005
26 000

2.5 0.19
33 035

06 038
15 019

25 006
70 009

57 029
22 015

31 006
38 008

56 008
30 007

9.4 0.36
107 1 72

70 011
46 006

39 047
73 015

16.5 0.91
189 104

169 099
58 053

135 1 17

10.2 1.89
104 190
104 190

75 1 82
15.0 0.68










Broward County


Broward County is located in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale

economic region on the Atlantic coast of southeast Florida. Total

county population in 2009 was 1,766,476.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$75.29 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $128.64 billion and employment was 1,007,267 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical

Services, Manufacturing, Agriculture and Related, and Construction as

shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and international

imports of $48.69 billion and exports of $39.50 billion. Apparent

consumption of all goods and services was $137.84 billion in 2008.

Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and

Technical Services (161,253 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services

(128,042 jobs), and Agriculture and Related (113,926 jobs). Industry

groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and

Financial Services ($13.42 billion), Professional and Technical

Services ($9.75 billion), and Government ($8.11 billion).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.20 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Information and Communications

(1.38), Wholesale Trade (1.34), and Manufacturing (1.33). The average

employment multiplier was 9.4 jobs per million dollars output. The

highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and

Organizations (17.7), Education (16.2), and Retail Trade (14.1). The

average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county

was 0.93, with Wholesale Trade having the highest ratio (1.81).

In Broward County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 4t among all industry groups in terms of

output, 6t in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $10.19 billion. Total exports of this industry

group were $3.10 billion and total imports were $5.68 billion. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $12.76 billion. Total output impacts of these industries

were $12.0 billion and total employment impacts were 127,541 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $6.24 billion, including $902.0 million

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Real Estate and Financial Services 13 a22
Professional and TechnicalServices 9,754

RetailTrade 5,246
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 5,192
Wholesale Trade 4,956
Health Care 4,519
Construction ,946
Information and Communications 3, 94
Manufacturing 3,0 8
Consumer Services 2,87
Transportation 2,056
Travel and Entertainment Services 1,424
Social Services & Organizations 914
Education 676
Utilities 434
0 5,000 10,000 15,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Professional and Technical Services 161,25
Real Estate and Financial Services 12,042
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 113,9 6
Government 105,482
Retail Trade 96,569
Construction 71,4 2
Health Care 71,1 1
Wholesale Trade ,32
Consumer Services 9 ,706
Transportation 3 656
Travel and Entertainment Services 3 343
Manufacturing 2 477
Social Services & Organizations 29 122
Information and Communications 21, 2
Households 20,0 9
Education 17,2
Utilities 1,283
0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries
Food & Kindred Products Distribution 4,741
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing M 656
Agricultural Inputs & Services 433
Nature-based Recreation 163
Forest Products Manufacturing 92
Mining 83
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 74

0 2,000 4,000 6,000


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution 101 619

Agricultural Inputs & Services M 13,28

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 5,689

Nature-based Recreation 3,054

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 1 2,149

Forest Products Manufacturing 1,164

Mining 586

0 40,000 80,000 120,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($7.03 billion), Food and Kindred Manufacturing ($1.74 billion), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($714.7

million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (101,619 jobs), Agricultural

Inputs and Services (13,280 jobs), and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing (5,689 jobs). Groups with the highest value added

impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($4.74 billion), Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($656.1 million),

and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($432.6 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 30 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.33) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.18) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.20). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (24.5 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (12.5) and higher than all industries (9.4).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($3.74 billion); Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($1.90 billion); and Retail stores-food and beverage ($1.26 billion).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (64,194 jobs); Retail stores-food and beverage

(20,805 jobs); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products (15,249 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food

services and drinking places ($2.18 billion); Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($1.63 billion); and Retail stores-food and

beverage ($855.4 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.18, with Mining having the

highest (1.46). The average employment multiplier was 12.5, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the

highest (24.5). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.80, with Nature-based Recreation having the highest ratio (1.23).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Broward County, Florida, 2008
Apparent Total Value Imputed Employment Output
All Industry Groups Output Exports portion Employment d Multiplier Consution
(M$) (M$) (M$) (M$) Oobs) (jobs M$
(M$) (M$) Multiplier output) Ratio

Real Estate and Financial Services 20,7202 8,3386 5,761 8 18,1434 128,042 13,4225 1 22 80 1 14
Professional and Technical Services 15,921 6 5,1166 3,1100 13,9150 161,253 9,7543 125 122 1 14
Manufactuinng 10,510 1 5,5660 19,1464 24,0905 29,477 3,0282 133 51 044
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 10,1853 3,1034 7,001 6 14,0835 113,926 5,1922 1 18 125 072
Construction 9,559 1 1,1119 123 8,4595 71,442 3,9459 109 82 1 13
Government 8,7087 144 1 6094 9,1740 105,482 8,1080 101 122 095
Information and Communcations 8,2490 4,3656 3,7629 7,6462 21,272 3,4936 138 54 108
Wholesale Trade 7,612 1 3,7897 3868 4,2092 40,325 4,9558 134 80 181
Households 7,5199 597 00 7,4602 20,019 5,2493 101 27 101
Retail Trade 7,4855 1,543 7 7750 6,7168 96,569 5,2458 1 15 141 1 11
Health Care 6,9089 7563 2,7020 8,8546 71,111 4,5192 108 110 078
Consumer Services 5,0246 2,110 1 5366 3,451 1 39,706 2,8696 127 102 146
Transportation 4,0264 1,991 1 1,471 1 3,5064 30,656 2,0559 128 100 1 15
Travel and Entertainment Services 2,591 3 7535 5996 2,437 4 30,343 1,4240 1 22 137 1 06
Social Services & Organizations 1,7795 297 5 6100 2,091 9 29,122 9144 1 17 177 085
Education 1,2323 451 2 3119 1,0930 17,239 6759 128 162 1 13
Utilities 607 5 21 1,897 4 2,502 9 1,283 434 1 1 00 2 1 024
Total 128,641.8 39,501.2 48,694.8 137,835.5 1,007,267 75,288.7 1.20 9.4 0.93














Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Broward County, Florida, 2008

Indect Imputed
Output Expot I Employ Value nrect Employ-

Apparent Employ Output Employ e e Busess Imputed Employ Output
Industry Group Ouut E s m Consumpt -ment Impact Tax Output Consumption
Impacts Ipacts Impacts Multiplier Ratiout
Industry Group (M$) (M$) (M$) ion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) ts Impacts Multiplier o Rato
(Jobs) (M$) (M) output)s/ M


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production
Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product
Vegetable and melon farming
Support activities for agriculture and forestry
Sugarcane and sugar beet farming
Forestry, forest products, and timber tract
Commercial fishing
Poultry and egg production
Fnuit farmmng
Animal production, except cattle and poultry
Cattle ranching and farming
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Landscape services
Vetennary services
Pest control services
Pesticide and other agricultural chemical mfg
Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing
Mining
Mining iron ore
Extraction of oil and natural gas
Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay
Mining and quarrying stone
Support activities for oil and gas operations
Support activities for other mimnng
Dnllmg oil and gas wells
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Soft dnnk and ice manufacturing
Tobacco product manufacturing
Breweries
All other food manufacturing
Fluid milk and butter manufacturing
Dog and cat food manufacturing
Bread and bakery product manufacturmg
Fnuit and vegetable canning, picking, drying
Seasoning and dressing manufacturing
Snack food manufacturing
Cookie, cracker, and pasta manufacturing
Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing
Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy product
Animal (except poultry) slaughtering
Seafood product preparation and packaging
Wineries
Poultry processing
Frozen food manufacturing
Flavoring syrup and concentrate
Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate
Tortilla manufacturing
Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing
Forest Products Manufacturing
Wood windows and doors and millwork
Sanitary paper product manufacturing
Wood container and pallet manufacturing
Paperboard container manufacturing
Engineered wood member and truss mfg
Paper and packaging paper
All other paper bag and coated & treated paper
Sawmills and wood preservation
Reconstituted wood product manufacturing
Veneer and plywood manufacturing
Stationery product manufacturing
All other miscellaneous wood product
All other converted paper product
Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Food services and drinking places
Wholesale trade, food & kindred products
Retail stores-food and beverage
Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation
Golf courses
Recreational fishing
Commercial huntmg and trapping
Total


87.9 64.4 451.7 475.2 1,893
295 196 808 906 297
224 109 1176 129 1 125
13 1 13 1 12 1 12 1 603
74 69 00 04 703
73 73 51 51 17
31 26 533 537 89
26 19 48 1 488 6
14 08 936 94 1 24
08 08 369 369 25
03 03 41 41 4
714.7 192.3 154.4 676.9 12,352
404 8 126 3 696 348 1 7,893
163 1 50 83 1664 2,029
1239 387 21 3 1066 2,416
223 223 469 469 12
06 00 83 89 2
113.5 110.2 331.9 335.1 221
612 612 10 10 63
179 152 231 6 2344 43
126 126 29 1 29 1 61
113 113 567 567 16
70 64 66 72 30
23 23 56 56 5
12 12 12 12 3
1,744.0 1,007.9 3,273.7 4,009.8 2,805
6073 5742 4103 4435 925
3005 38 820 3786 89
1980 1902 3067 3145 84
1133 192 300 1241 394
1054 10 109 1 2135 155
1003 980 1148 1171 101
774 22 1280 2033 531
639 63 1 2555 2563 129
605 26 31 0 889 127
21 8 203 179 7 181 2 33
176 04 1156 1328 40
125 118 479 485 47
122 22 527 627 12
11 9 1 1 5052 516 1 25
118 03 74 1 856 35
11 6 106 137 1 138 1 19
77 07 232 9 239 9 32
48 48 1552 1552 16
28 00 1643 167 1 2
14 14 758 758 6
09 00 156 165 5
05 00 500 505 1
204.7 53.7 862.3 1,013.3 979
798 16 1059 1840 474
273 153 896 1016 8
204 06 193 39 1 157
179 179 183 1 183 1 53
152 05 433 580 136
11 7 11 7 837 837 27
92 12 200 280 30
84 06 1459 1536 34
53 04 347 396 22
38 03 514 549 16
26 26 402 402 7
23 02 292 313 14
09 09 159 159 2
7,029.3 1,559.2 545.1 6,015.3 93,336
3,737 0 5120 3585 3,5834 61,648
1,9030 947 4 967 1,0523 10,081
1,2634 997 736 1,237 3 20,235
1260 00 163 1422 1,372
291.1 115.7 61.7 237.2 2,339
2400 948 368 1820 1,929
500 198 77 379 402
11 1 1 173 173 9
10,185.3 3,103.4 5,680.8 12,762.7 113,926


117.2 2,149
367 355
250 147
243 694
104 739
105 46
43 99
3 1 10
1 7 27
1 0 27
04 5
830.2 13,280
482 4 8,535
1672 2,058
1477 2,613
323 71
06 2
165.4 586
823 208
29 1 112
199 117
173 62
11 5 64
37 16
16 6
2,210.1 5,689
903 8 2,676
301 7 94
257 2 485
1253 476
1058 158
1349 332
789 543
957 337
620 137
31 4 95
178 42
185 85
13 1 17
123 28
120 36
178 62
80 34
72 33
28 2
22 10
09 5
05 1
230.1 1,164
807 482
327 50
207 160
270 119
155 138
176 66
98 34
86 36
54 23
39 17
41 18
25 15
15 6
8,071.3 101,619
4,0658 64,194
2,545 5 15,249
1,334 1 20,805
1260 1,372
378.5 3,054
311 8 2,517
650 524
1 6 13
12,002.7 127,541


73.8
293
164
159
51
32
14
07
11
05
01
432.6
2597
82 1
795
112
00
82.5
43 1
99
114
106
51
16
09
656.1
2197
1523
1160
271
113
356
203
277
89
95
48
46
14
1 7
1 7
74
21
22
06
05
03
01
91.6
290
22 1
84
87
52
60
29
23
15
18
19
10
09
4,741.3
2,1777
1,625 2
8554
830
163.1
1343
280
08
6,240.9


24.5 0.18
120 033
66 017
530 1 08
1003 1652
63 1 43
322 006
37 005
199 001
334 002
144 008
18.6 1.06
21 1 1 16
126 098
21 1 1 16
32 048
29 007
5.2 0.34
34 61 71
63 008
92 043
55 020
92 097
71 041
56 095
3.3 0.43
44 137
03 079
25 063
42 091
15 049
33 086
70 038
53 025
23 068
44 012
24 013
69 026
14 019
23 002
31 014
54 008
44 003
69 003
06 002
72 002
48 006
22 001
5.7 0.20
60 043
18 027
78 052
67 010
91 026
56 014
37 033
43 005
44 013
44 007
70 006
65 007
66 006
14.5 1.17
172 104
80 181
165 102
109 089
10.5 1.23
105 132
105 132
114 006
12.5 0.80











Calhoun County


Calhoun County is located in the Panama City economic

region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was

13,821.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$201.9 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $379.8 million and employment was 4,504 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Agriculture and Related, Government, Construction, Households, and

Health Care as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and

international imports of $399.7 million and exports of $107.5 million.

Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $672.0 million in

2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Government

(1,112 jobs), Agriculture and Related (929 jobs), and Health Care (494

jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Government ($57.4 million), Agriculture and Related ($39.4 million),

and Households ($20.5 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing (1.27), Agriculture

and Related (1.24), and Travel and Entertainment Services (1.19). The

average employment multiplier was 12.8 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services

and Organizations (26.6), Travel and Entertainment Services (20.8),

and Education (20.1). The average output/consumption ratio for all

industry groups in this county was 0.57, with Social Services and

Organizations having the highest ratio (1.16).

In Calhoun County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $103.2 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $63.3 million and total imports were $30.2 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $70.1 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $128.3 million and total employment impacts were 1,142 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $49.4 million, including $4.1 million in

Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 57
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 39
Households 20
Health Care
Construction
Retail Trade 12
Information and Communications 9 9
Wholesale Trade
Real Estate and Financial Services
Transportation
Consumer Services 5
Travel and Entertainment Services 5
Social Services & Organizations 4
Professional and Technical Services 3
Manufacturing 0
Education 0
Utilities 0


0 10 20 30


Employment
Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related.
Health Care
Construction
Retail Trade
Social Services & Organizations
Transportation
Travel and Entertainment Services
Consumer Services
Wholesale Trade
Information and Communications
Real Estate and Financial Services
Professional and Technical Services
Households
Manufacturing
Education
Utilities


0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Mining

Nature-based Recreation

Agricultural Inputs & Services


12

6

2

1

0

0 10 20 30


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Nature-based Recreation

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Mining


39

S15

11


40 50 60 70


t (Jobs) All Indutries

129

407
342
252
184
181

S4
S9
S9
- 73
S40
7
2
0


- 492

M 445


0 200 400 600









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($60.9 million); Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($20.9 million); and Forest Products

Manufacturing ($13.8 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production (492 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution (445 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing (139 jobs). Groups

with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($28.2 million); Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($11.9 million); and Forest Products Manufacturing ($5.7 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 74 percent of output, compared to 61 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 28 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.23) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.24) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.10). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (8.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (11.1) and lower than all industries (12.8).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Commercial logging ($29.1

million), Sawmills and wood preservation ($10.4 million), and All other crop farming ($8.9 million). Sectors with the highest

employment impacts were Retail stores-food and beverage (226 jobs), Commercial logging (213 jobs), and Food services and

drinking places (180 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Commercial logging ($11.7 million), Retail stores-food

and beverage ($5.8 million), and Food services and drinking places ($4.1 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.24, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.66). The average employment multiplier was 11.1, with Agricultural Input and Services having

the highest (25.5). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.47, with Nature-based Recreation group having the highest ratio

(42.13).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Calhoun County, Florida, 2008

ApparentTotal Imputed Employment Output/
OAl I y G p utput Exports Imports Apparent Employment Value PeMultpler upt
All Industry Groups (M) (M$) (M$) Conumpton obs) Added Output Oobs/ M$ Consumption
(M$) (MS) Multiplier output) Ratio

Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 1032 633 63 7 1036 929 394 124 11 1 100
Government 61 4 01 16 630 1,112 574 100 18 1 097
Construction 459 02 355 81 2 407 148 100 89 057
Households 295 00 01 297 40 205 1 00 13 1 00
Health Care 279 106 175 347 494 152 1 11 190 080
Information and Communications 239 62 187 364 99 88 1 07 48 066
Retail Trade 183 24 113 273 342 123 104 19 1 067
Transportation 134 73 110 170 184 54 1 15 160 078
Social Services & Organizations 103 50 36 89 252 42 1 18 266 1 16
Travel and Entertainment Services 99 58 64 105 181 47 1 19 208 095
Consumer Services 98 22 107 183 178 47 105 186 054
Real Estate and Financial Services 98 1 0 558 646 91 54 1 04 97 0 15
Wholesale Trade 98 10 89 177 114 58 103 119 055
Professional and Technical Services 56 1 3 43 1 474 73 26 1 07 139 0 12
Manufacturing 1 1 10 954 955 7 05 127 91 001
Education 01 00 44 45 2 00 100 20 1 002
Utilities 00 00 120 120 0 00 000 00 000
Total 379.8 107.5 399.7 672.0 4,504 201.9 1.10 12.8 0.57















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Calhoun County, Florida, 2008


Indirect Imputed
output Exports Import Apparent Employ Output Employ Value Busess Imputed ploy Output
-Output Exports Imports ment Added Business puted
IndustryGroup Consump- -ment Impacts Tax Output mt Consumption
y GMtion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) ( Impacts Multplier os / S Ratio
(M$) output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production

Commercial loggmg

All other crop farming

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Vegetable and melon farming

Cotton farming

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Poultry and egg production

Dairy cattle and milk production

Cattle ranching and farming

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Grain farming

Tree nut farming

Fruit farming

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Pest control services

Vetennary services

Mining

Dnllmg oil and gas wells

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Forest Products Manufacturing

Sawmills and wood preservation

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

Wood windows and doors and millwork mfg

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Retail stores-food and beverage

Food services and drinking places

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation

Commercial huntmg and trappmg

Total


60.9 45.1 16.0

291 176 01

89 71 00

50 50 103

47 41 02

32 32 01

31 26 01

23 18 00

21 20 00

16 12 00

03 02 00

03 00 40

01 01 07

01 01 00

00 00 04

0.6 0.0 2.2

04 00 08

01 00 02

01 00 12

4.4 0.2 0.7

39 00 03

06 02 04
13.8 11.1 1.4


104 85 10

20 17 01

14 09 03

20.9 4.4 9.9

89 40 03

88 00 73

24 03 22

07 01 00
2.6 2.5 0.0

26 25 00

103.2 63.3 30.2


31.8 362 75.2

116 145 382

18 61 100

103 10 57

08 21 51

01 32 41

06 25 36

05 4 28

00 22 25

04 16 24

02 8 03

43 14 03

07 2 02

00 1 01

04 1 00

2.8 15 0.6

12 11 04

04 3 01

13 2 01

4.9 11 4.5

41 10 39

08 1 06
4.1 77 22.9


29 48 177

03 19 32

08 10 19

26.4 431 22.2

52 213 101

162 180 88

44 28 25

06 9 07
0.1 33 3.0

01 33 30

70.1 929 128.3


492 28.2

213 117

74 39

24 18

26 33

42 20

30 29

7 06

26 10

23 05

8 02

14 02

3 01

1 0 1

1 00

15 0.2

11 02

3 01

2 00

11 2.4

10 22

2 02
139 5.7


97 42

28 10

14 05

445 11.9

226 58

180 41

29 15

9 05
39 0.9

39 09

1,142 49.4


1.92
8.1

2 52
73

8 4 95
83

4 0 48
48

5 5 83
55
2622
132 26

7 33
97

1 459
31

12 4802
126

6 383
146

8 160
268

473 07
473

03 22
173
217
123 2

06 09
276

25.5 0.21
25.5

2 0 34

2 0 34
26 5

1 0 06
195

2.6 0.89
2 0 93
25

08 70
28

10.1 3.38

9 3 56
93

1 5 85
140
170
10 1 1 70

21.3 0.79

4 171
25 4 5

1 0 55
20 4

0 55
119
117
130 1 17

15.0 42.13

150 4213

11.1 1.47










Charlotte County


Charlotte County is located in the Sarasota-Bradenton

economic region on the Gulf coast of southwest Florida. Total county

population in 2009 was 156,952.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$3.38 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $5.75 billion and employment was 61,240 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real

Estate and Financial Services, Health Care, Construction, Agriculture

and Related, and Households as shown in Table A. The county had

total domestic and international imports of $3.63 billion and exports of

$1.07 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was

$8.31 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment

were Agriculture and Related (10,082 jobs), Retail Trade (8,286 jobs),

and Health Care (8,110 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total

value added were Health Care ($492.9 million), Construction ($461.9

million), and Government ($439.6 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations

(1.25), Manufacturing (1.23), Travel and Entertainment Services (1.16),

and Transportation (1.16). The average employment multiplier was

11.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment

multipliers were for Education (22.7), Social Services and

Organizations (19.4), and Agriculture and Related (17.4). The average

output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was

0.69, with Retail Trade having the highest ratio (1.09).

In Charlotte County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 4t among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $637.4 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $212.4 million and total imports were $154.9 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $579.9 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $730.6 million and total employment impacts were 11,073 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $385.5 million, including $45.6 million

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Health Care 493
Construction 2 12
Government '0
Households 373
RetailTrade 57
Real Estate and Financial Services 33
Professional and Technical services 59
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related.. 2 3
Consumer Services 115
Wholesale Trade 3
Social Services & Organizations 5
Information and Communications 5

Transportation 4.
Travel and Entertainment Services 4
Utilities 8
Education 4
0 100 200 300 400 500 600


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related.. 10,0
Retail Trade 8,2 6
Health Care 8,11
Government 6,519
Real Estate and Financial Services 5,711
Construction 5,683
Professional and Technical services 5,589
Consumer Services 042
social services & Organizations 2,08
Households 1,820

Transportation 38
Wholesale Trade 6
Manufacturing 62
Information and Communications 56
Education 269
Utilities 46
0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,00012,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 231
Crop, Livestock, Forestry& Fisheries... 6
Agricultural Inputs & Services l 47
Nature-based Recreation 5 25
Mining 8
Forest Products Manufacturing I 7
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing | 5

0 100 200 300


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries...
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Nature-based Recreation
Forest Products Manufacturing
Mining
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


* 486
148
82
14

2,


2,120
.,494


6,749


000 4,000 6,000 8,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($389.3 million); Agricultural Inputs and Services ($85.6 million); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($81.0 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (6,729 jobs);

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (2,120 jobs); and Agricultural Input and Services (1,494 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($231.1 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($61.9 million); and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($47.1 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 69 percent of output, compared to 33 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 19 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.32) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.15) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.09). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (26.2 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (17.4) and higher than all industries (11.5).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($247.5 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($104.1 million), and Fruit farming ($43.9 million). Sectors with the highest

employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (4,579 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage (1,786 jobs), and Fruit

farming (1,453 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food services and drinking places ($132.4 million), Retail

stores-food and beverage ($73.0 million), and Fruit farming ($37.4 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.15, with Nature-based

Recreation having the highest (1.36). The average employment multiplier was 17.4, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production having the highest (26.2). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.10, with Nature-based Recreation having the

highest ratio (2.69).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Charlotte County, Florida, 2008
Total Imputed Employment output
SAll Industry Groupst Vlue utput Multiplie Consumption
All Industry Grps (M$) (M$) (M$) ) obs) Added Multi obsS RatioM$
___ '(M$) Multipler output) __
Real Estate and Financial Services 7409 1860 5173 1,072 1 5,711 3303 1 10 88 069
Health Care 7382 1267 955 707 0 8,110 4929 1 10 120 104
Construction 681 4 402 16 6429 5,683 461 9 103 87 106
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 637 4 2124 5399 9649 10,082 2430 1 15 174 066
Households 5340 38 00 5302 1,820 3726 100 34 101
Retail Trade 5233 1170 724 4787 8,286 357 3 1 11 170 109
Government 494 4 60 160 504 5 6,549 439 6 101 133 098
Professional and Technical Services 4627 626 2259 6260 5,589 2590 1 08 129 074
Consumer Services 2134 537 779 237 6 3,042 1145 1 12 155 090
Manufactunng 1687 121 4 1,2158 1,263 1 627 483 123 59 013
Information and Communcations 131 6 276 2193 3233 560 500 109 51 041
Social Services & Orgamizations 1224 426 720 151 9 2,084 502 1 25 194 081
Wholesale Trade 984 104 1372 2253 674 627 105 73 044
Transportation 967 339 1267 1895 988 437 1 16 120 051
Travel and Entertainment Services 868 263 930 1535 1,123 41 0 1 16 146 057
Education 119 00 746 865 269 41 100 227 014
Utilities 11 1 00 146 1 1572 46 83 1 00 42 0 07
Total 5,753.3 1,070.6 3,631.4 8,314.1 61,240 3,379.4 1.09 11.5 0.69












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Charlotte County, Florida, 2008


Indirect Imputed
Apparent Employ Output Employ- Value Bues ted mp Output/
Output Exports Imports C ment Added Business Imputed meant outpt
Industry Group Ouut Eorts Iors Consump- -ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output men Consumpt
Impacts Impacts cMulti err ion Ratio
Industry Group (M$) (M$) (M$) ton (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Is Impacts Multiplier ion Ratio
(M(Jobs) (M$) Oobs Mutput)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production
Fnuit farming

Vegetable and melon farming

Cattle ranching and farming

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Poultry and egg production

Commercial fishing

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Vetennary services

Pesticide & other agncultural chemical mfg

Pest control services

Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing

Mining

Miming and quarrying stone

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Dnlling oil and gas wells

Miimng and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Tobacco product manufactunng

Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate

Forest Products Manufacturing

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

Wood windows and doors and millwork

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drnkmng places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishing


81.0 56.0 25.6 50.6 1,814 107.1

439 337 72 175 1,278 597

129 62 31 99 118 146

68 53 02 17 138 98

52 39 37 50 145 81

47 47 04 04 10 68

32 06 40 67 53 35

23 02 13 35 9 24

15 14 36 37 43 19

04 00 20 24 20 04

85.6 52.9 11.2 44.0 1,292 105.7

324 180 36 180 713 403

260 141 06 126 348 328

165 153 55 67 11 195

99 55 1 1 55 218 123

08 00 05 13 2 08

10.8 9.5 17.3 18.6 49 14.3

93 87 52 59 44 125

06 00 92 98 1 06

05 05 05 06 1 06

03 03 24 24 2 05

14.2 0.8 22.7 36.2 13 14.4

135 02 167 30 1 10 136

07 06 59 60 3 08

14.5 8.4 10.6 16.6 117 17.7

116 84 15 47 99 148

29 01 91 120 18 30

389.3 55.3 64.4 398.3 6,469 414.6

2475 288 243 2430 4,453 2599

1041 206 53 888 1,680 1143

246 26 343 563 168 258

130 33 05 103 167 146

41.9 29.5 3.2 15.6 328 56.9

347 244 26 129 272 470

72 51 05 27 57 98


Total 637.4 212.4 154.9 579.9 10,082 730.6 11,073 385.5 45.6 1.15 17.4 1.10


2,120 61.9

1,453 374

136 96

182 24

175 60

44 24

56 29

9 04

46 06

20 02

1,494 47.1

796 205

417 160

35 42

244 63

2 01

82 8.4

75 76

1 02

2 04

3 03

14 4.6

11 44

4 02

148 7.1

130 6 1

18 1 0

6,729 231.1

4,579 132 4

1,786 730

181 164

184 94

486 25.3

402 209

84 44


3.1 1.32

20 136

03 113

03 144

03 157

02 144

00 108

00 103

00 122

00 101

2.5 1.23

11 124

09 126

02 118

03 124

00 100

0.4 1.32

04 134

00 101

00 120

00 140

1.3 1.01

13 100

00 119

0.3 1.22

02 128

00 101

35.5 1.07

139 105

16 1 1 10

34 105

20 112

2.5 1.36

21 136

04 136


116 269











Citrus County


Citrus County is located in the Orlando economic region on

the Gulf coast of central Florida. The total county population in 2009

was 140,357.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$3.11 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $5.20 billion and employment was 45,186 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Utilities, Health Care, Construction, Agriculture and Related, and

Households as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and

international imports of $3.28 billion and exports of $1.83 billion.

Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $6.65 billion in

2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Health Care

(6,709 jobs), Agriculture and Related (6,254 jobs), and Government

(5,315 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Utilities ($880.5 million), Health Care ($355.2 million), and

Government ($288.0 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output). The

highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and

Organizations (1.33), Manufacturing (1.21), and Professional and

Financial Services (1.16). The average employment multiplier was 9.7

jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers

were for Education (22.1), Social Services and Organizations (19.5),

and Retail Trade (16.6). The average output/consumption ratio for all

industry groups in this county was 0.78, with Utilities having the

highest ratio (7.28).

In Citrus County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 4t among all industry groups in terms of

output, 3rd in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $415.3 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $117.3 million and total imports were $111.5 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $409.5 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $454.7 million and total employment impacts were 6,683 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $223.2 million, including $29.2

million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries


Utilities
Health Care
Government
Households
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Retail Trade
Real Estate and Financial Services
Professional and Technical Services
Construction
Consumer Services
Social Services & Organizations
Wholesale Trade
Information and Communications
Manufacturing
Transportation
Travel and Entertainment Services
Education


S355
288
S280
S201
199
196
193
156
S109
1 53
- 51
- 49
E 39
* 28
* 28
4


1,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Health Care 6,70
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 6,254
Government 5 315
RetailTrade 4,69
Professional and Technical Services a 4,366
Construction 4,157
Real Estate and Financial Services 2,72
Social Services& Organizations 2,67
Consumer Services 2,59
Utilities ,452
Households 92
Travel and Entertainment Services 741
Manufacturing 670
Wholesale Trade 590
Transportation 550
Information and Communications 501
Education 271 ____
0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Mining

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing


23

1 17

1 15



I 5

I 2


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
Nature-based Recreation

Mining
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Forest Products Manufacturing


1 691
1 561

* 391
82
75
61


88(


152


0 50 100 150 200


I 4,821


0 2,000 4,000 6,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($269.6 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($38.3 million), and Nature-based Recreation ($32.6 million).

Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (4,821jobs); Agricultural Inputs and

Services (691 jobs); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (561 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts

were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($152.0 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($22.9 million), and Nature-based

Recreation ($17.0 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 70 percent of output, compared to 28 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 35 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.20) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.09) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.10). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (17.3 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (16.1) and higher than all industries (9.7).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($161.1 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($80.6 million), and Golf courses ($27.0 million). Sectors with the highest

employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (3,069 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage (1,489 jobs), and

Landscape services (343 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($78.4 million),

Retail stores-food and beverage ($55.3 million), and Golf courses ($14.1 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.09, with Mining having the

highest (1.24). The average employment multiplier was 16.1, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest (18.0). The

average output/consumption ratio was 1.01, with Nature-based Recreation group having the highest ratio (2.69).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Citrus County, Florida, 2008
Aprn Total mpe Employment O
Output Exports Imports Apparent Employment Value Imputed Multipli uter uput
All Industry Groups Consumption EOent utput M t Consumption
All Industry Gr(M$) (M$) (M$) (M$) (obs) Added Multiplier (obs/ M$S Ratio
(M$) output)
Utilities 1,1593 1,021 0 209 1592 1,452 8805 1 14 27 728
Health Care 5705 1162 1069 561 2 6,709 3552 1 10 128 102
Construction 4741 37 47 4752 4,157 156 1 100 88 100
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 4153 1173 621 6 9196 6,254 2006 109 16 1 045
Households 401 9 00 02 402 1 926 279 5 1 00 23 1 00
Government 3369 49 98 341 9 5,315 2880 101 159 099
Real Estate and Financial Services 3256 344 5358 827 0 2,722 1964 1 07 9 1 039
Professional and Technical Services 322 2 1000 289 5 5118 4,366 1926 1 16 153 063
Retail Trade 2902 299 1003 3606 4,691 199 1 105 166 080
Consumer Services 1922 81 1 726 183 7 2,596 1089 1 15 15 1 105
Manufactunng 1777 1279 9299 9798 670 394 121 55 018
Social Services & Organizations 1648 99 1 51 1 1167 2,678 525 133 195 141
Information and Communcations 1454 41 8 1600 2636 501 489 112 45 055
Wholesale Trade 806 85 100 7 172 9 590 51 0 1 04 77 047
Transportation 678 225 1396 1848 550 279 1 13 94 037
Travel and Entertanmment Services 628 172 740 1196 741 277 1 12 13 1 053
Education 123 00 583 706 271 44 1 00 22 1 0 17
Total 5,199.6 1,825.5 3,276.1 6,650.3 45,186 3,108.7 1.10 9.7 0.78












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Citrus County, Florida, 2008


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
utput Exports Iports Apparent Employ- Output Emp Business Imputed ment Output/
SConsump- ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) nu e h Impacts Impacts
Impact Impacts Inpacts Multiplier (jobs Ratio
() $tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) s (Jobs) (M$) (M)o/ Rat

output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Dairy cattle and milk production

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Cattle ranching and farming

Commercial fishing

Poultry and egg production

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Fruit farming

Support activities for agnculture and forestry

All other crop farming

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Vetennary services

Pest control services

Mining

Miming & quarrying other nonmetallic minerals

Miming and quarrying stone

Miming and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Dnlling oil and gas wells

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Snack food manufacturing

Other animal food manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishmi


Total


32.5 22.6 19.3

77 77 04

62 61 00

41 16 28

35 27 02

33 32 27

29 09 09

18 03 04

10 01 44

10 00 31

09 00 43

38.3 15.0 4.0

173 64 27

158 66 05

53 20 08

11.4 8.5 8.1

72 45 17

37 35 40

04 04 23

01 01 01

25.6 25.3 16.4

142 141 11 1

115 112 52

5.3 3.2 1.1

53 32 11

269.6 19.8 60.2

161 1 02 306

806 171 40

202 21 252

77 04 04

32.6 22.9 2.5

270 190 20

56 40 04

415.3 117.3 111.5


Industry Group


561 15.5

80 3 1

107 30

51 37

65 1 1

96 1 2

10 06

66 1 0

22 07


456 38.8

17 102

95 73

47 45

49 48

89 39

8 32

65 1 9

21 11

57 1 0

9 09

628 44.5

316 198

216 187

97 6 1

58 14.1

28 86

27 49

3 05

1 0 1

36 30.2

23 17 2

13 13 1

52 6.3

52 63

4,737 278.0

3,068 161 2

1,416 880

147 21 0

105 79

287 42.7

237 354

49 74

6,254 454.7


17.3 1.12

103 1779

172 4867

126 0 78

188 365

293 1 16

33 1 00

364 092

208 020

55 1 025

99 018

18.0 1.40

199 1 27

154 1 63

199 1 27

7.2 1.04

55 1 66

100 089

105 015

170 093

2.9 1.53

35 1 26

22 209

11.5 1.64

11 5 1 64

17.9 0.87

191 084

185 1 19

77 047

138 1 00

12.0 2.69

120 269

120 269

16.1 1.01


9 03

691 22.9

343 109

243 87

105 33

82 8.4

40 5 1

37 30

4 03

1 00

75 5.3

50 38

25 1 5

61 2.0

61 20

4,821 152.0

3,069 784

1,489 553

156 132

107 50

391 17.0

324 141

67 29

6,683 223.2











Clay County


Clay County is located in the Jacksonville economic region

of northeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 186,576.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$3.50 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $6.23 billion and employment was 58,601 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Construction, Agriculture and Related, Real Estate and Financial

Services, Households, and Government as shown in Table A. The

county had total domestic and international imports of $4.07 billion

and exports of $1.25 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and

services was $9.05 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Agriculture and Related (9,131 jobs), Retail Trade

(8,156 jobs), and Government (7,923 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Government ($499.1 million),

Households ($408.4 million), and Real Estate and Financial Services

($381.3 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output). The

highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and

Organizations (1.26), Manufacturing (1.25), and Information and

Communications (1.24). The average employment multiplier was 10.2

jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers

were for Social Services and Organizations (21.1), Education (17.9),

and Retail Trade (16.2). The average output/consumption ratio for all

industry groups in this county was 0.69, with Utilities having the

highest ratio (1.10).

In Clay County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related

industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2nd

in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture,

Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county, direct output

in 2008 was $647.7 million. Total exports of this industry group were

$182.9 million and total imports were $190.4 million. The apparent

consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and services

was $655.2 million. Total output impacts of these industries were

$739.7 million and total employment impacts were 9,811 jobs. Total

value added impacts were $368.0 million, including $44.4 million in

Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 499
Households 408
Real Estate and Financial Services 381
Retail Trade 60
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 321
Health Care 302
Construction 232
Professional and Technical Services 202
Manufacturing 1
Utilities 125
Information and Communications 105
Transportation 104
Consumer Services 103
Wholesale Trade 78
Social Serices & Organizations 65
Travel and Entertainment Services m 54
Education a 22
0 200 400 600


Employment
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Retail Trade
Government
Health Care
Construction
Real Estate and Financial Services
Professional and Technical Services
Social Services & Organizations
Consumer Services
Manufacturing
Transportation
Travel and Entertainment Services
Households
Information and Communications
Wholesale Trade
Education
Utilities


0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Mining

Agricultural Inputs & Services
Forest Products Manufacturing

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
Nature-based Recreation

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


- 56

M 34
* 25

* 20
4
0


230


0 100 200 300


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Mining

Nature-based Recreation

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


1,

* 470

* 452

I 204

102

9

2,(


146


(Jobs) All Industries

8,156
7,923
5,648
,496
4 4,373
4,045
3 20

1,594
1,545
,373
94
92
76
742
255 1 1


7J428


000 4,000 6,000 8,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($408.9 million), Mining ($68.1 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($57.8 million). Groups with the

highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (7,428 jobs); Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,146 jobs);

and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (470 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and

Kindred Products Distribution ($229.8 million), Mining ($56.0 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($34.2 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 35 percent of output, compared to 28 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 20 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.11) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.14) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.09). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (10.1 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (15.1) and lower than all industries (10.2).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($268.4 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($97.9 million), and Mining gold, silver, and other metal ores ($63.9

million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (5,324 jobs), Retail stores-food and

beverage (1,728 jobs), and Landscape services (555 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and

drinking places ($137.7 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($63.5 million), and Mining gold, silver, and other metal ores ($52.7

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.14, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.61). The average employment multiplier was 15.1, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having

the highest (19.8). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.99, with Mining having the highest ratio (2.99).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).



Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Clay County, Florida, 2008
Apparent Total Imputed Employment Output/
All I y G p Output Exports Imports C pparnt Employment Value Multiplier
All Industry Groups (M) (M) (M) Consumption (obs) Added Output Oobs/ M$ onsumption
(M$) (M$) Multiplier output) Ratio

Construction 655 6 51 1 53 609 8 5,496 232 3 1 04 87 1 08
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 647 7 1829 6099 1,0747 9,131 3206 1 14 15 1 060
Real Estate and Financial Services 6080 346 5447 1,1180 4,373 381 3 1 03 75 054
Households 588 3 00 24 590 7 948 408 4 1 00 16 1 00
Government 5637 09 157 5785 7,923 499 1 100 141 097
Retail Trade 5306 106 1 1044 5289 8,156 3596 1 10 162 100
Manufacturing 490 1 3420 1,322 1 1,470 1 1,594 142 1 125 54 033
Health Care 4806 207 2566 7166 5,648 301 6 103 120 067
Professional and Techmcal Services 380 7 738 400 0 707 0 4,045 202 5 1 11 117 054
Information and Communications 3109 1576 2132 3665 922 1046 1 24 48 085
Consumer Services 1944 292 81 2 2464 2,570 1032 108 139 079
Transportation 181 4 886 1257 2185 1,545 1041 1 22 107 083
Social Services & Organizations 166 1 63 1 58 1 161 1 3,120 647 1 26 21 1 1 03
Utilties 1644 556 403 1490 255 1249 106 21 1 10
Wholesale Trade 121 3 128 1555 2640 761 779 105 67 046
Travel and Entertainment Services 99 1 21 6 877 1652 1,373 540 1 13 152 060
Education 450 124 497 822 742 21 9 1 15 179 055
Total 6,228.1 1,253.1 4,072.2 9,047.2 58,601 3,502.9 1.09 10.2 0.69












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Clay County, Florida, 2008


e direct Imputed
Output Exports Imports Apparent Employ- Output Employment Added Busmess Imputed Employ Output
Consump- ment Impacts Impacts Tax Output Multi Consumpton
( ) ( ) ( ) tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) pacts Impacts Multiplier (Jobs / Ratio
(M$) M) (obs M
(M$) output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Commercial logging

Poultry and egg production

Vegetable and melon farming

Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture product

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Cattle ranching and farming

Commercial fishing

Dairy cattle and milk production

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Gram farming

Fruit farmmng

Tree nut farming

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Veterinary services

Landscape services

Pest control services

Mining

Mining gold, silver, and other metal ore

Mimnig and quarrymg stone

Mining and quarrymg sand, gravel, clay

Drilling oil and gas wells

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Fluid milk and butter manufacturing

Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate

Bread and bakery product manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing

Sawmills and wood preservation

Wood windows and doors and millwork

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishing


46.4 16.4 45.8

202 11 43

50 21 11

47 08 59

46 19 43

32 32 125

27 22 02

25 25 38

21 15 01

09 09 24

03 00 21

01 01 17

01 00 68

00 00 07

57.8 25.9 5.5

274 147 07

232 86 37

71 26 11

68.1 58.0 12.8

639 541 13

22 21 62

12 12 46

08 06 07

2.3 0.7 36.5

14 00 142

07 06 62

03 01 161

53.2 38.9 12.8

493 388 52

40 01 76

408.9 43.0 71.5

2684 328 262

979 55 58

303 32 389

123 15 06

11.1 0.0 5.6

92 00 46

19 00 10

647.7 182.9 190.4


Industry Group


75.8 416

234 101

39 13

99 29

70 51

125 6

07 37

39 84

07 31

24 51

24 9

1 7 2

68 1


470 19.7

105 59

17 12

31 32

57 43

19 15

48 09

89 06

33 09

56 10

9 01

3 01

1 00

1 00

1,146 34.2

422 17 0

555 132

170 40

204 56.0

163 527

24 18

13 09

4 05

9 0.2

2 00

4 01

3 00

452 24.5

427 232

25 13

7,428 229.8

5,324 1377

1,728 635

203 203

173 83

102 3.5

85 29

18 06

9,811 368.0


10.1 0.61

52 086

35 127

66 048

124 066

61 025

178 380

350 066

160 302

596 040

347 011

246 006

206 001

239 007

19.8 1.55

154 205

239 127

239 127

3.0 2.99

25 578

11 1 035

110 026

47 093

3.9 0.06

17 009

61 011

109 002

8.5 1.96

87 315

63 034

18.2 0.93

198 103

177 100

67 046

140 108

9.2 0.67

92 067

92 067

15.1 0.99










Collier County


Collier County is located in the Sarasota-Bradenton economic

region on the Gulf coast of southwest Florida. Total county population

in 2009 was 318,537.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$13.12 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $22.11 billion and employment was 186,620 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Real Estate and Financial Services, Construction, Agriculture and

Related, Households, and Professional and Technical Services as shown

in Table A. The county had total domestic and international imports of

$12.30 billion and exports of $5.80 billion. Apparent consumption of all

goods and services was $28.61 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the

highest employment were Agriculture and Related (34,224 jobs), Real

Estate and Financial Services (30,213 jobs), and Construction (19,738

jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were Real

Estate and Financial Services ($2.74 billion), Agriculture and Related

($1.44 billion), and Households ($1.39 billion).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services

(1.28), Manufacturing (1.24), Real Estate and Financial Services (1.20),

and Real Estate and Financial Services (1.20). The average employment

multiplier was 9.4 jobs per million dollars output. The highest

employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations

(19.0), Agriculture and Related (15.1), and Education (14.1). The

average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county

was 0.77, with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest

ratio (1.86).

In Collier County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related

industries ranked 3rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2nd in

exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture,

Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county, direct output

in 2008 was $2.57 billion. Total exports of this industry group were

$1.08 billion and total imports were $778.1 million. The apparent

consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and services

was $2.27 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $3.04

billion and total employment impacts were 38,934 jobs. Total value

added impacts were $1.73 billion, including $181.8 million in Indirect

Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Real Estate and Financial Services 2, 37
Agriculture, Natural Resources& Related 1,445
Households 1,390
Professional and Technical Services 1,117
Construction 1,066
Health Care 1,049
Government 1,003
RetailTrade 882
Travel and Entertainment Services 635
Consumer Serices 425

Information and Communications 283
Manufacturing 258
Transportation 178
Social Services & Organizations 141
utilities 71
Education 35
0 1,000 2,000 3,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 34,2 4
Real Estate and Financial Services 30,213
Construction 19,738
Professional and Technical Services 19,216
Retail Trade 1,421
Health Care 15,185
Government 13,9 4
Travel and EntertainmentServices 8,539
Consumer Services 5, 99
Social Services & Organizations 5,3 3
Transportation 4,7
Households 4,16
Wholesale Trade 2856
Manufacturing 2,810
Information and Communications 1,929
Education 905
Utilities 218
0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
Nature-based Recreation
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Mining
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Forest Products Manufacturing


- 344
-265
166
1 45
I 17
13

500 1,000


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Agricultural Inputs & Services
Nature-based Recreation

Mining

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing


,908
11,3 3

1 4,320

,697

338

223
145

0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($1.39 billion); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($408.4 million); and Nature-based

Recreation ($360.9 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (18,908

jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (11,303 jobs); and Agricultural Inputs and Services (4,320 jobs). Groups

with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($881.8 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production ($344.0 million); and Nature-based Recreation ($264.5 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 79 percent of output, compared to 42 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 26 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.32) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.18) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.11). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (27.7 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (15.1) and higher than all industries (9.4).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($927.9 million), Golf courses ($292.2 million), and Retail stores-food and beverage ($267.2 million). Sectors with the highest

employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (14,028 jobs), Support activities for agriculture and forestry (4,733 jobs),

and Retail stores-food and beverage (3,713 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking

places ($572.4 million), Golf courses ($216.1 million), and Retail stores-food and beverage ($176.1 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.18, with Nature-based

Recreation having the highest (1.43). The average employment multiplier was 15.1, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production having the highest (27.7). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.13, with Nature-based Recreation having the

highest ratio (6.02).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Collier County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment
Apparent Employment total Imputed Employnt Output
All Industry Groups Output Exports Imports EplConsty nt value M Oultsution
All Industry Grps (M$) (M$) (M$) jobs) Added t obs/ M$ uatio
(M$) output)
Real Estate and Fiancial Services 4,2623 2,161 8 1,7433 3,8439 30,213 2,7366 1 20 88 1 11
Construction 2,6124 3587 30 2,2566 19,738 1,0655 107 81 1 16
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 2,5707 1,0756 1,7268 3,221 9 34,224 1,4445 1 18 15 1 080
Households 1,9942 92 00 1,9850 4,162 1,3903 100 21 100
Professional and Technical Services 1,827 6 267 9 8095 2,3692 19,216 1,1166 108 112 077
Health Care 1,6172 02 7192 2,3363 15,485 1,049 1 100 96 069
Retail Trade 1,281 8 91 7 5292 1,7193 16,421 8820 103 13 1 075
Government 1,1547 03 91 7 1,246 1 13,934 1,0032 100 12 1 093
Travel and Entertainm ent Services 1,0992 671 1 162 1 590 1 8,539 6348 1 28 103 1 86
Manufactunng 8262 4929 3,8792 4,2126 2,810 257 6 124 51 020
Consumer Services 7333 241 2 3339 826 1 5,899 4250 1 12 91 089
Information and Commumcations 667 5 233 9 7178 1,151 4 1,929 2832 1 18 44 058
Wholesale Trade 6239 657 2154 7736 2,856 4104 105 50 081
Transportation 3764 599 347 6 664 1 4,750 1782 107 133 057
Social Services & Organizations 3046 71 3 307 3 5406 5,323 141 5 1 19 190 056
Utilties 939 04 4524 5459 218 71 2 100 23 017
Education 644 03 263 7 3277 905 349 1 00 14 1 020
Total 22,110.3 5,802.0 12,302.3 28,610.5 186,620 13,124.6 1.11 9.4 0.77















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Collier County, Florida, 2008


Indirect Imputed
output Exports por Apparent Employ Output Emp Busmess Imputed Employ- utput/
Output Exports Imports -ment Added me Ot Opmentu
Consump- -ment Impac acts ts Tax utut Multipli Consumptio
Impacts Impacts Tac Mutplie Mur p Rter
(M) (M) (M) tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs)Impacts Multiplier obs / n Ratio
(M) output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production
Vegetable and melon farming

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Fruit farmmng

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Commercial fishing

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Cattle ranching and farming

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Poultry and egg production

Oilseed farming

Dairy cattle and milk production

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services
Pest control services

Vetennary services

Pesticide and other agricultural chemical mfg

Fertilizer manufacturing

Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing

Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing

Mining

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Mining and quarrymg sand, gravel, clay

Mining and quarrying stone

Support activities for other minng

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Soft drink and ice manufacturing

Bread and bakery product manufacturing

Fruit and vegetable canning, pickling, drying

All other food manufacturing

Nonchocolate confectionery manufactunng

Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing

Snack food manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing

Stationery product manufacturing
Wood windows and doors and millwork

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

All other miscellaneous wood product

Wood container and pallet manufacturing
Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products

Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishing

Commercial huntmg and trapping

Total


408.4 321.9 55.5

2163 1865 85
862 640 18

628 500 87
221 63 84

112 81 94
47 47 05

26 21 05
14 01 86

09 00 91
02 02 00

00 00 01
250.6 130.9 95.7

1493 91 6 144
457 280 44

406 00 31
98 83 368

26 22 325
24 07 23

02 00 20
76.3 53.9 53.3

427 204 222
18 1 180 10 1

13 1 13 1 184
24 24 26

61.1 51.7 297.6
503 470 101 7

36 01 445
36 31 586

13 02 254
10 10 113

08 00 122
03 03 438

24.3 11.8 73.2
118 114 92

58 01 383
42 01 115

14 01 70
11 00 71

1,389.1 193.1 191.6
9279 173 9 838

2672 00 521
1560 164 538

380 28 19
360.9 312.3 11.4

292 2 255 7 93
609 533 19

78 34 01

2,570.7 1,075.6 778.1


142.0 9,451 538.1

383 2,132 2744

240 4,425 123 1

21 4 1,974 882
242 390 246

125 377 129
05 11 89

10 58 35
99 76 14

99 4 09
00 4 02

01 1 00

215.4 3,863 304.1

722 2,541 1875
22 1 778 57 4

437 532 407
383 5 124

329 2 32
40 4 26

22 1 02
75.7 160 103.4

444 100 566
102 38 252

184 17 182
26 5 34

306.9 118 76.6
1050 76 639

48 1 24 37
59 1 7 49

265 5 14
114 4 14

130 2 08
438 1 05

85.7 109 29.1
95 24 164

440 36 58
156 32 42

83 8 15
83 8 11

1,387.7 18,211 1,474.5

8379 13,404 1,0046

3193 3,713 267 2
1934 714 1634

37 1 381 393

59.9 2,313 515.2

459 1,844 4187
96 384 87 2

45 85 92

2,273.2 34,224 3,040.9


11,303 344.0 13.1

3,087 180 0 58

4,733 804 34

2,392 556 30
416 202 04

390 22 02
129 37 03

70 09 01
77 07 00

4 02 00
4 01 00

1 00 00

4,320 166.1 8.4

2,873 108 1 57
880 33 1 17

532 19 1 08
21 43 02

7 08 01
6 08 00

1 00 00
338 44.8 2.6

177 164 13
92 157 08

56 11 1 05
13 15 01

223 17.2 1.0
165 140 08

24 1 1 00
19 14 01

6 02 00
6 03 00

2 01 00
2 01 00

145 13.4 0.5
60 85 04

36 19 00
33 18 00

8 07 00
8 05 00

18,908 881.8 129.4

14,028 5724 603

3,713 176 1 409
776 107 2 223

392 26 1 59

3,697 264.5 26.7

2,978 216 1 21 7
620 450 45

99 34 04


1.32 27.7 2.88

1 27 143 564
1 43 549 359

1 40 38 1 293
1 11 188 091

1 15 347 090
189 273 1002

1 34 266 253
101 554 014

100 41 009
123 272 815

121 486 034
1.21 17.2 1.16

1 26 192 207
1 26 192 207

1 00 131 093
1 27 22 026

1 26 28 008
1 10 24 059

1 00 52 009
1.35 4.4 1.01

133 42 096
1 39 51 1 77

138 43 071
142 53 091

1.25 3.7 0.20
1 27 33 048

101 66 008
1 37 53 006

109 47 005
131 56 009

1 00 22 006
134 56 001

1.20 6.0 0.28
1 39 51 1 24

101 63 013
101 78 027

104 57 017
101 71 014

1.06 13.6 1.00
108 151 1 11

1 00 139 084
105 50 081

1 03 103 1 02
1.43 10.2 6.02

1 43 102 637
1 43 102 637

1 19 127 1 73


38,934 1,731.9 181.8 1.18 15.1 1.13


Industry Group











Columbia County


Columbia County is located in the Gainesville economic

region of north-central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was

69,268.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$1.45 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $2.94 billion and employment was 25,751 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Manufacturing, Agriculture and Related, Government, Real Estate and

Financial Services, and Health Care as shown in Table A. The county

had total domestic and international imports of $1.91 billion and

exports of $1.13 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and

services was $3.71 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (5,148 jobs), Agriculture and Related

(4,115 jobs), and Retail Trade (3.038 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Government ($293.0 million),

Agriculture and Related ($162.4 million), and Retail Trade ($142.3

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output). The

highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and

Organizations (1.32), Manufacturing (1.22), and Transportation

(1.20). The average employment multiplier was 9.9 jobs per million

dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social

Services and Organizations (25.8), Government (16.5), and Retail

Trade (16.3). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry

groups in this county was 0.79, with Retail Trade having the highest

ratio (1.42).

In Columbia County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 2nd in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $410.8 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $215.0 million and total imports were $90.5

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $286.3 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $489.6 billion and total employment impacts

were 4,790 jobs. Total value added impacts were $199.8 million,

including $18.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Government 293
agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 1
Retail Trade 142
Real Estate and Financial Services 131
Manufacturing 130
Health Care 127
Households 110
Professional and TechnicalServices 87
Construction 6
Transportation l 44
Consumer Services 31
Social Services & Organieations C 24
Information and Communications 23
Utilities 3 12
Travel and Entertainment Services l 12
Education 2
0 100 200 300 400


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government 5,14
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 14,115
Retail Trade 3,038
HealthCare l 2,561
Professional andTechnical Services 2,094
Construction 1,753
Manufacturing 1 559
social Services& Organiations 1, 9
Real Estate and Financial Services 1,0
Transportation 879
WholesaleTrade 630
Consumer Services 599
Travel and Entertainment Services 345
Households 257
Information and Communications 250
Education 67
Utilities 34
0 2,000 4,000 6,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Agricultural nputs & Services
Nature-based Recreation

Mining


* 6
31

I 12

6
2

0


53


0 50 100 150

Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Nature-based Recreation

Mining


3,0 0

59

S6C


S10

49

2

0 500 1,0001,5002,0002,5003,0003,500









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($162.8 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($91.0 million); and Forest Products

Manufacturing ($72.1 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (3,000

jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (759 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing (605 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 95.9 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($52.8 million); and Forest Products Manufacturing ($31.1 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 52 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 39 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.12) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.19) and lower than all industries

in the county (1.13). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (8.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (11.7) and lower than all industries (9.9).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($114.0 million), Sawmills and wood preservation ($53.3 million), and Other animal food manufacturing ($47.9 million).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (2,382 jobs), Sawmills and wood preservation

(450 jobs), and Retail stores-food and beverage (385 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and

drinking places ($64.0 million), Vegetable and melon farming ($31.5 million), and Sawmills and wood preservation ($22.7 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.19, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.51). The average employment multiplier was 11.7, with Agricultural Input and Services having

the highest (16.0). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.43, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio

(3.38).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Columbia County, Florida, 2008
Appn Total I d Employment output
, Apparent ^iEmployment Imputed Multipl ptr
Output Exports Imports Apparent Eoymen Value pute Mult p utput
ut EConsumption Empyent t Consumption
All Industry Groups (M (M$) (M $) (M$) obs) Added p obs/M$ tio
(M$) output)
Manufacturing 6480 5306 7489 8663 1,559 1302 122 42 075
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 4108 2150 2647 4605 4,115 1624 1 19 117 089
Government 3137 83 86 3141 5,148 2930 101 165 100
Real Estate and Financial Services 228 1 746 2439 397 5 1,094 131 2 1 12 59 057
Health Care 2242 655 338 1925 2,561 1269 1 13 126 1 16
Retail Trade 2059 86 1 254 1452 3,038 1423 1 17 163 142
Construction 200 7 05 553 255 6 1,753 666 1 00 87 0 79
Households 1587 00 01 1588 257 1103 100 16 100
Professional and Technical Services 1564 56 1 2033 3036 2,094 87 1 1 17 15 1 052
Transportation 862 406 584 1040 879 439 120 122 083
Wholesale Trade 849 89 372 1132 630 536 104 78 075
Information and Communcations 59 1 86 725 1230 250 229 1 06 48 048
Consumer Services 582 45 377 91 4 599 308 104 106 064
Social Services & Organizations 580 346 230 464 1,329 242 1 32 258 1 25
Travel and Entertaimment Services 246 00 264 51 0 345 122 1 00 140 048
Utilties 164 01 562 725 34 124 1 00 21 023
Education 42 00 135 177 67 2 1 1 00 159 024
Total 2,938.1 1,133.8 1,909.1 3,713.3 25,751 1,452.0 1.13 9.9 0.79














Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Columbia County, Florida, 2008

Indirect Imputed
o t E s ps Apparent Employ Output loy Value Business Imputed ploy- Output/
Industry GroupOutput Exports Imports pacts -ment Added ment
nsump- ment Impacts ax utput Multer Consumption
Industry Group (M) (M) (M) on (M$) (Jobs) (M$) pacts Impacts Multiplier obs Ratio
(Jobs) (M$ (M) output)s/ M
output)
Crop, Livestock Forestry & Fisheries 91.0 59.1 44.7 76.6 601 101.8 759 52.8 2.0 1.12 8.3 1.19
Production
Vegetable and melon farming 424 385 11 50 116 480 197 315 08 1 13 47 849

Commercial loggig 153 08 117 262 76 157 78 46 02 102 51 058

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product 56 41 09 24 28 61 32 50 01 108 57 235

Cattle ranching and farming 56 00 16 72 34 56 34 10 01 100 61 077

All other crop farming 48 30 06 24 20 55 29 22 03 1 14 60 198

Poultry and egg production 47 33 03 1 7 5 56 11 12 01 1 19 23 281

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 38 38 122 122 7 55 44 22 02 143 115 031

Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 37 35 00 02 172 45 185 21 02 122 503 17 46

Support activities for agriculture and forestry 24 00 32 56 107 24 107 17 00 1 00 448 043

Tobacco farming 15 15 00 00 21 19 25 06 01 123 167 37 14

Anmmal production, except cattle and poultry 07 00 24 31 11 0 7 11 04 00 101 154 023

Tree nut farmmg 03 03 02 02 2 04 3 02 00 1 17 81 156

Grain farmmg 02 02 104 104 2 03 3 01 00 1 11 115 002

Agricultural Inputs & Services 12.1 0.4 2.4 14.1 192 12.3 194 6.5 0.3 1.01 16.0 0.86

Landscape services 61 03 14 72 104 62 105 35 01 102 172 084

Vetennary services 42 00 05 46 57 42 57 19 01 100 136 090

Pest control services 19 01 04 22 32 19 32 11 00 102 172 084

Mining 1.1 0.0 4.4 5.4 2 1.1 2 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.20

Extraction of oil and natural gas 11 00 44 54 2 11 2 03 00 101 23 020

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 67.1 48.6 10.0 28.4 92 79.3 180 11.8 0.8 1.18 2.7 2.36

Other anmal food manufacturing 479 468 78 88 51 584 128 93 07 122 27 542

Anmmal (except poultry) slaughtering- 192 18 22 196 41 209 52 25 01 109 27 098

Forest Products Manufacturing 72.1 58.0 7.2 21.3 351 108.6 605 31.1 1.6 1.51 8.4 3.38

Sawmills and wood preservation 553 469 43 128 246 849 450 227 12 1 53 8 1 433

Wood windows and doors and millwork 90 58 15 48 59 129 87 43 02 143 97 189

Veneer and plywood manufacturing 61 44 08 25 31 86 49 32 03 140 80 245

Engmeered wood member and truss mfg 16 09 05 13 15 23 19 08 00 141 12 1 127

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 162.8 48.2 20.6 135.2 2,831 181.7 3,000 95.9 13.8 112 184 1 20

Food services and drinking places 1140 446 82 776 2,225 131 5 2,382 640 68 1 15 209 147

Retail stores-food and beverage 233 00 29 262 385 233 385 149 35 100 165 089

Wholesale trade, food & landred products 212 22 93 283 157 22 1 166 139 29 104 78 075

Retail lawn and garden centers 43 14 02 31 63 49 68 30 07 1 13 157 140

Nature-based Recreation 4.6 0.8 1.3 5.2 47 4.9 49 1.6 0.2 1.06 10.6 0.90

Golfcourses 30 00 10 40 27 30 27 09 01 100 93 074

Commercial hunting and trappig 11 08 00 03 14 13 16 04 01 125 152 333

Recreational fishing 06 00 02 08 6 06 6 02 00 100 93 074

Total 410.8 215.0 90.5 286.3 4,115 489.6 4,790 199.8 18.7 1.19 11.7 1.43











DeSoto County


DeSoto County is located in the Sarasota-Bradenton

economic region of southwest Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 35,297.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$693.4 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $1.21 billion and employment was 15,372 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Agriculture and Related, Government, Retail Trade, Construction, and

Households as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and

international imports of $803.2 million and exports of $554.2 million.

Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $1.46 billion in

2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture

and Related (7,265 jobs), Government (2,240 jobs), and Retail Trade

(1,650 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Agriculture and Related ($228.2 million), Government ($131.1

million), and Retail Trade ($85.6 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and Related (1.25),

Social Services and Organizations (1.22), Education (1.21), and Retail

Trade (1.20). The average employment multiplier was 14.7 jobs per

million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for

Transportation (21.0), Agriculture and Related (20.6), and Education

(19.7). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in

this county was 0.83, with Social Services and Organizations having

the highest ratio (2.08).

In DeSoto County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $442.5 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $344.4 million and total imports were $44.6 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $142.7 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $554.4 million and total employment impacts were 9,093 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $288.6 million, including $16.3

million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 228
Government 131
Retail Trade 6
Households 52
Real Estate and Financial Services m 31
Health Care 28
Construction 27
Manufacturing C 21
Professional and Technical Services 20
Social Services & Organizations 19
WholesaleTrade m 12
Transportation 11
Consumer Services 8
Utilities 7
Information and Communications 6
Travel and Entertainment Services 5
Education 2
0 100 200 300


Employment (Jobs) All Industries


Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Government
Retail Trade
Construction
Health Care
Social Services & Organizations
Transportation
Professional and Technical Services
Real Estate and Financial Services
Households
Manufacturing
Consumer Services
Wholesale Trade
Travel and Entertainment Services
Education
Information and Communications
Utilities


m 798
- 572
- 513
* 415
* 366
1 294
1 273
I 250
I 249
I 205
140
73
55
16


* 2,240
1,650


0 2,000


71265


4,000 6,000 8,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 31

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 20

Agricultural Inputs & Services 5

Nature-based Recreation 2

0 50 100 150 200 250


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 7,803

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 63

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 451

Agricultural Inputs & Services 141

Nature-based Recreation 66

0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($309.3 million); Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($83.1 million); and Food and

Kindred Products Distribution ($36.6 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production (7,803 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution (633 jobs); and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing

(451 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($231.2); Food and

Kindred Products Manufacturing ($30.1 million); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($20.1 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 86 percent of output, compared to 78 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 46 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.26) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.25) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.14). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (25.2 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (20.6) and higher than all industries (14.7).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Fruit farming ($151.8

million), Support services for agriculture and forestry ($79.5 million), and Frozen food manufacturing ($42.4 million). Sectors with

the highest employment impacts were Support services for agriculture and forestry (4,591 jobs), Fruit farming (2,525 jobs), and Food

services and drinking places (388 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($120.5 million); Support

services for agriculture and forestry ($65.4 million); and Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture products ($20.3 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.25, with Food and Kindred

Products Manufacturing having the highest (1.37). The average employment multiplier was 20.6, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production having the highest (25.2). The average output/consumption ratio was 3.10, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production having the highest ratio (5.98).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).



Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in DeSoto County, Florida, 2008

utput Exports Imports Apparent Total Imputed Employment Output
Output Exports Imports Aa rent Employment Value Multlpher
All Industry Groups () () () Consumption Eos) Added Output Jobs/M$ Consumption
(M$) (M) Multiplier output) Ratio
(M$) output)
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 442 5 344 4 159 8 257 9 7,265 228 2 1 25 206 1 72
Government 1380 1 1 29 1397 2,240 131 1 100 163 099
Retail Trade 1243 833 288 699 1,650 856 120 154 1 78
Construction 876 03 91 964 798 269 100 91 091
Households 75 1 04 00 747 273 524 100 37 101
Manufacturing 645 606 2157 2196 250 207 120 58 029
Health Care 488 35 452 905 572 280 102 120 054
Real Estate and Financial Services 482 37 1199 1643 294 31 3 103 64 029
Social Services & Organizations 454 324 89 21 8 513 190 1 22 135 208
Professional and Technical Services 357 87 699 969 366 196 1 08 11 1 037
Information and Communications 229 1 9 299 509 55 60 1 04 26 045
Transportation 206 48 203 36 1 415 110 107 21 0 057
Wholesale Trade 204 21 263 446 205 124 103 105 046
Consumer Services 160 06 21 0 364 249 78 101 157 044
Travel and Entertainment Services 105 42 154 21 7 140 49 1 13 147 048
Utilities 87 00 236 322 16 66 100 18 027
Education 40 24 67 83 73 1 8 1 21 197 049
Total 1,213.0 554.2 803.2 1,461.9 15,372 693.4 1.14 14.7 0.83















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in DeSoto County, Florida, 2008

Imputed
Epl Va Indirect Employ-
Output Exports Imports Apparent Employ- Output mp Business Imputed ment Output/
Industry Group Consump- ment Impacts Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M) ton (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Impacs Impacts Impacts Multiplier (obs/ Ratio
(Jobs) (M$) (M$) M
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 309.3 267.2 9.6

Fuit farming 151 8 1470 20

Support activities for agriculture and forestry 79 5 61 7 0 2

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product 21 7 193 04

Cattle ranching and farming 174 72 06

Dairy cattle and milk production 130 127 00

Vegetable and melon farming 11 2 80 1 3

Commercial loggmg 54 4 1 00

Poultry and egg production 47 34 02

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 38 3 8 1 9

Animal production, except cattle and poultry 07 00 30

Agricultural Inputs & Services 8.3 3.6 0.8

Landscape services 46 24 05

Vetennary services 23 04 0 1

Pest control services 1 4 07 02

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 83.1 69.1 9.6

Frozen food manufactunng 42 4 40 4 44

Animal (except poultry) slaughtering- 20 5 87 1 0

Wineries 20 1 200 42

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 36.6 0.6 24.0

Food services and drinkmg places 20 1 00 149

Retail stores-food and beverage 104 00 2 1

Wholesale trade, food & landred products 5 1 05 66

Retail lawn and garden centers 10 00 05

Nature-based Recreation 5.2 3.9 0.5

Golf courses 26 17 04

Commercial huntmg and trappmg 20 1 9 00

Recreational fishing 06 03 0 1


51.7 6,239 388.5

68 1,461 191 8

18 1 4,363 103 2

28 117 247

108 117 207

03 94 148

45 34 127

14 26 76

14 6 56

19 9 65

37 13 07

5.5 132 9.2

27 74 52

21 35 24

08 23 16

23.6 209 113.6

64 127 587

128 45 290

43 37 260

60.1 631 36.7

350 388 20 1

125 179 104

11 1 51 53

14 12 10

1.8 54 6.3

14 23 31

02 26 25

03 5 07


Total 442.5 344.4 44.6 142.7 7,265 554.4 9,093 288.6 16.3 1.25 20.6 3.10


7,803 231.2

2,525 120 5

4,591 654

160 203

148 41

124 59

70 83

47 25

14 1 2

111 25

13 04

141 5.0

81 30

36 1 0

25 09

451 30.1

250 17 8

103 40

97 83

633 20.1

388 97

179 66

53 32

12 06

66 2.3

27 1 2

33 08

6 03


25.2 5.98

166 2222

577 439

74 783

85 161

96 4597

63 249

86 393

29 334

296 1 96

171 020

17.0 1.50

176 172

155 1 13

176 172

5.4 3.53

59 661

50 1 60

48 466

17.3 0.61

193 058

173 083

105 046

124 068

12.6 2.90

104 193

16 1 1323

104 193











Dixie County


Dixie County is located in the Gainesville economic region

on the Gulf coast of north-central Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 14,824.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$180.4 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $408.9 million and employment was 4,465 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Agriculture and Related, Government, Households, Construction, and

Transportation as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic

and international imports of $455.4 million and exports of $174.8

million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $689.5

million in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were

Agriculture and Related (2,060 jobs), Government (1,109 jobs), and

Construction (235 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value

added were Government ($56.6 million), Agriculture and Related

($56.5 million), and Households ($20.3 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output). The

highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and Related

(1.26), Manufacturing (1.17), and Social Services and Organizations

(1.17). The average employment multiplier was 12.0 jobs per million

dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social

Services and Organizations (22.5), Information and Communications

(20.5), and Health Care (19.9). The average output/consumption ratio

for all industry groups in this county was 0.59, with Agriculture and

Related having the highest ratio (1.39).

In Dixie County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $202.9 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $144.8 million and total imports were $36.6

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $94.7 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $255.6 million and total employment impacts

were 2,435 jobs. Total value added impacts were $75.3 million,

including $4.3 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 6
Households 20
Retail Trade 10
Construction / 8
Transportation 7
Health Care 1 4
Real Estate and FinancialServices 4
Professional and Technical Services m 3
Manufacturing 3
Consumer Services 3
WholesaleTrade I 2
Traveland Entertainment Services I 2
Social Services & Organizations 1
Information and Communications 1
Utilities 0
Education 0
0 20 40 60


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 2,060
Government 1,10
Construction 23
Retail Trade 22
Transportation 18
Health Care m 118
Professional and Technical Services 105
Consumer Services l 103
Households n 95
Social Services & Organizations 60
Real Estate and Financial Services 60
Manufacturing 37
Travel and Entertainment Services 35
WholesaleTrade 25
Information and Communications 19
Utilities 2
Education
0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500

Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Forest Products Manufacturing

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Mining


10

0

0

0


U 24


0 20 40 60


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Mining


1,111



40

27

6

1

0 200 400 600 800 1,0001,2001,400









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Forest Products

Manufacturing ($106.9 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($74.1 million); and Food and Kindred Products

Distribution ($19.7 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production

(1,191 jobs); Forest Products Manufacturing (802 jobs); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution (407 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Forest Products Manufacturing ($40.0 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production

($24.0 million); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($10.5 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 61 percent of output, compared to 71 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 46 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.07) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.26) and lower than all industries

in the county (1.14). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (16.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (12.0) and higher than all industries (12.0).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Sawmills and wood

preservation ($99.4 million), Commercial logging ($26.5 million), and Commercial fishing ($23.9 million). Sectors with the highest

employment impacts were Commercial fishing (811 jobs), Sawmills and wood preservation (728 jobs), and Food services and

drinking places (236 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Sawmills and wood preservation ($35.9 million),

Commercial logging ($7.9 million), and Vegetable and melon farming ($6.7 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.26, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.44). The average employment multiplier was 12.0, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having

the highest (25.4). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.14, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio

(7.85).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Dixie County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment output
EmploymIApparent Jemtputed Multiplier
Output Exports nImports Aa eto Value Mulupltp utput
u Consumption E n M Consumption
All Industry Groups (M$) (M$) (M$) (M) obs) Added on tb ConsMtion
(M$) output)
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 202 9 1448 88 1 146 2 2,060 565 126 120 139
Government 697 28 09 679 1,109 566 101 160 103
Households 29 1 02 00 289 95 203 1 00 33 101
Construction 257 00 428 685 235 77 1 00 92 037
Transportation 158 68 95 186 183 69 109 129 085
Retail Trade 145 24 133 254 221 99 103 156 057
Manufactunng 125 109 1047 1063 37 32 1 17 42 012
Professional and Technical Services 71 02 380 449 105 32 1 01 148 0 16
Real Estate and Financial Services 70 25 509 554 60 37 1 12 100 0 13
Health Care 59 00 270 329 118 40 100 199 018
Consumer Services 52 21 142 174 103 29 107 205 030
Information and Communcations 44 13 185 21 6 19 07 104 45 020
Travel and Entertainment Services 31 00 57 88 35 16 100 113 036
Wholesale Trade 29 03 168 195 25 18 102 89 015
Social Services & Orgamizations 27 03 61 86 60 1 1 102 225 031
Utilties 03 03 108 108 2 02 1 17 78 003
Education 00 00 80 80 0 00 000 00 000
Total 408.9 174.8 455.4 689.5 4,465 180.4 1.14 12.0 0.59












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Dixie County, Florida, 2008


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
Output Exports Iports Apparent Employ- Output Ep V Business Imputed ment Output/
O u E r mt Consump- ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) C u n I Impacts Impacts
ton (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Impacts Multiphlier (Oobs/ Ratio
ton (Jobs) (M$) ()
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 74.1 45.4 21.3

Commercial loggig 265 1 4 183

Commercial fishing 23 9 237 05

Vegetable and melon farming 94 87 02

Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 37 35 00

Dairy cattle and milk production 3 1 30 00

Poultry and egg production 29 24 00

Cattle ranching and farming 2 1 1 6 00

All other crop farming 1 1 05 03

Animal production, except cattle and poultry 07 06 00

Support activities for agriculture and forestry 0 5 00 1 2

Grain farming 01 01 05

Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.1 0.0 1.7

Landscape services 05 00 07

Vetennary services 04 00 08

Pest control services 02 00 02

Mining 0.6 0.0 1.3

Extraction of oil and natural gas 06 00 1 3

Forest Products Manufacturing 106.9 97.0 3.8

Sawmills and wood preservation 99 4 89 5 37

Wood container and pallet manufactunng 75 75 00

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 19.7 2.4 8.4

Food services and drinking places 117 00 38

Retail stores-food and beverage 69 23 03

Wholesale trade, food & landed products 07 0 1 42

Retail lawn and garden centers 04 00 0 1

Nature-based Recreation 0.6 0.0 0.2

Golfcourses 05 00 02

Recreational fishing 0 1 00 00


1,134 79.6

131 269

792 259

19 102

129 41

15 35

3 34

10 30

4 12

8 08

23 05

1 0 1

27 1.1

16 05

6 04

5 02

1 0.6

1 06

489 153.6

434 143 6

55 100

402 20.2

236 117

153 73


o U

7 04

6 0.6

5 05


1,191 24.0

134 79

811 37

32 67

138 1 8

19 1 3

5 07

14 06

5 05

9 04

23 04

1 01

27 0.4

16 02

6 0 1

5 0 1

1 0.2

1 02

802 40.0

728 359

74 41

407 10.5

236 55

158 43


/ u

7 03

6 0.2

5 01


01 1 01 1 00 00 100


Total 202.9 144.8 36.6 94.7 2,060 255.6 2,435 75.3 4.3 1.26 12.0 2.14


Industry Group


16.1 1.48

50 061

340 3552

34 952

373 1745

61 4824

1 7 511

68 376

39 117

128 380

456 030

116 018

25.4 0.39

29 1 046

180 030

29 1 046

2.2 0.31

22 031

7.5 7.85

73 732

99 23976

20.7 0.76

202 076

23 1 141

89 0 15

163 074

10.1 0.73

101 073

101 073











Duval County


Duval County is located in the Jacksonville economic region

on the Atlantic coast of northeast Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 857,040.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$50.87 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $88.78 billion and employment was 634,224 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Real Estate and Financial Services, Agriculture and Related,

Professional and Technical Services, Government, and Manufacturing

as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and international

imports of $31.69 billion and exports of $33.97 billion. Apparent

consumption of all goods and services was $86.50 billion in 2008.

Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and

Technical Services (88,762 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services

(83,660 jobs), and Government (75,571 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services

($9.54 billion), Government ($7.62 billion), and Professional and

Technical Services ($5.78 billion).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.22 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing (1.36),

Transportation (1.35), and Real Estate and Financial Services (1.33).

The average employment multiplier was 8.8 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services

and Organizations (20.2), Retail Trade (17.1), and Education (15.8).

The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this

county was 1.03, with Transportation having the highest ratio (2.05).

In Duval County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 2nd in exports, and 4t in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $10.13 billion. Total exports of this industry

group were $6.07 billion and total imports were $3.22 billion. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $7.28 billion. Total output impacts of these industries

were $12.75 billion and total employment impacts were 82,259 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $5.76 billion, including $1.07 billion

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries
Real Estate and Financial Services 9,542
Government 7,621
Professional and Technical Services 1 5,780
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related ,297
Health Care 3, 58
Transportation 2,95
RetailTrade 2,78
Construction 2,530
WholesaleTrade 2,465
Households 2 2,293
Manufacturing 2,161
Consumer Services 1,443
Information and Communications 1,423
Utilities 768
Travel and Entertainment Services 613
Social Serices & Organizations 452
Education 177
0 5,000 10,000 15,000


Employment

Professional and Technical Services
Real Estate and Financial Services
Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Retail Trade
Health Care
Construction
Transportation
Consumer Services
Wholesale Trade
Manufacturing
Social Services & Organizations
Travel and Entertainment Services
Information and Communications
Households
Education
Utilities


(Jobs) All Industries

88
83,6E
75,571
S66, 2
S63,8
4,337
45, 5
37,259
23,29
20,338
19,079
18,478
2,858
1 ,291
8,1 4
5,52
787


0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Mining


- 427

S233

48

I34

I24


2,5

2,399


0 1,000 2,000 3,000


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 1 007

Agricultural Inputs & Services 1 6,464

Forest Products Manufacturing 1 5,287

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 1,070

Nature-based Recreation 913

Mining 180


54338


0 20,000 40,000 60,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Manufacturing ($4.99 billion), Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($3.63 billion), and Forest Products Manufacturing

($919.4 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (55,338 jobs), Food and

Kindred Products Manufacturing (13,007 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,070 jobs). Groups with the highest value

added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($2.59 billion), Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($2.40

billion), and Forest Products Manufacturing ($426.6 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 70 percent of output, compared to 60 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 38 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.30) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.26) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.22). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (19.0 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (8.1) and higher than all industries (8.8).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Tobacco product

manufacturing ($2.48 billion), Food services and drinking places ($1.95 billion), and Breweries ($1.14 billion). Sectors with the

highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (37,001 jobs); Retail stores-food and beverage (10,409 jobs);

and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products (6,951 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Tobacco product

manufacturing ($1.50 billion), Food services and drinking places ($1.13 billion), and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products

($753.2 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.26, with Forest Products

Manufacturing group having the highest (1.41). The average employment multiplier was 8.1, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production having the highest (19.0). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.39, with Food and Kindred Products

Manufacturing having the highest ratio (2.57).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Duval County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment utput
Output Eports Imports Employment Value Imputed Multiplier utput
All Industry Groups Consumption Epuent t Consmption
All Industry Groups (M$) (M$) (M$) () ) Oobs) Added multiplier Oobs/ M$tio
(M$) output)
Real Estate and Financial Services 16,7302 8,8255 3,918 1 11,8229 83,660 9,541 6 133 76 142
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 10,1336 6,071 1 4,5866 8,6490 66,072 4,2966 126 81 1 17
Professional and Technical Services 9,1399 2,0824 3,447 9 10,5054 88,762 5,7800 1 15 110 087
Government 7,967 5 1796 6489 8,4368 75,571 7,621 3 102 96 094
Manufactunng 7,2660 4,8532 13,7487 16,161 6 19,079 2,1607 136 51 045
Construction 6,1193 8703 244 5,2734 45,905 2,5297 109 82 1 16
Health Care 5,6799 1,882 1 3963 4,1942 54,337 3,557 6 122 114 135
Transportation 5,1525 3,4625 8265 2,5166 37,259 2,9589 135 103 205
Retail Trade 4,0334 1,0668 1566 3,1232 63,829 2,787 0 1 15 17 1 129
Wholesale Trade 3,790 6 1,584 8 223 2 2,429 1 20,338 2,465 5 1 24 73 1 56
Information and Commumcations 3,4930 1,6296 2,0702 3,9336 10,291 1,4233 127 49 089
Households 3,2935 87 00 3,2848 8,184 2,2935 100 25 100
Consumer Services 2,5484 9303 3042 1,9222 23,292 1,443 1 121 109 133
Travel and Entertairment Services 1,067 5 2602 4058 1,213 1 12,858 6134 1 17 136 088
Utilties 1,0172 39 4853 1,4986 787 7684 100 08 068
Social Services & Orgamzations 997 7 2534 242 5 9867 18,478 452 4 1 20 202 1 01
Education 352 3 102 202 5 544 6 5,520 177 3 102 158 065
Total 88,782.5 33,974.4 31,687.8 86,495.8 634,224 50,870.3 1.22 8.8 1.03















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Duval County, Florida, 2008

Imputed
SIndirect Employ-
Output Exports Import Apparent Employ- Output Employ- Value Business Imputed ment Output
Industry Group s Mmp meant Impacts ment Addedts Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) I Impacts Multiplier (jobs / Ratio
on (M) (Jobs) (M) (Jobs) (M$) (M) MS
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
Forestry, forest products, and timber tract
Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product
Commercial fishing
Support activities for agriculture and forestry
Commercial loggmg
Poultry and egg production
Vegetable and melon farming
Cattle ranching and farming
Animal production, except cattle and poultry
Dairy cattle and milk production
Tree nut farming
Grain farming
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Landscape services
Vetennary services
Pest control services
Pesticide and other agncultural chemical mfg
Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing
Mining
Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic mineral
Extraction of oil and natural gas
Support activities for other mimnng
Drilling oil and gas wells
Mining and quarrying stone
Support activities for oil and gas operations
Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Tobacco product manufacturing
Breweries
Soft drink and ice manufacturing
Coffee and tea manufacturing
All other food manufacturing
Bread and bakery product manufacturing
Seasoning and dressing manufacturing
Distilleries
Animal (except poultry) slaughtering
Fluid milk and butter manufacturing
Seafood product preparation and packaging
Frozen food manufacturing
Poultry processing
Other animal food manufacturing
Wineries
Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate
Fats and oils refining and blending
Cookie, cracker, and pasta manufacturing
Forest Products Manufacturing
Paperboard container manufacturing
Stationery product manufacturing
Paperboard mills
Sanitary paper product manufacturing
Sawmills and wood preservation
Engineered wood member and truss mfg
Coated and laminated paper & packagmg paper
Paper mills
Pulp mills
Wood windows and doors and millwork
Wood container and pallet manufacturing
All other converted paper product
All other miscellaneous wood production
All other paper bag and coated & treated paper
Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Food services and drinking places
Wholesale trade, food & kindred products
Retail stores-food and beverage
Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation
Golf courses
Recreational fishing
Commercial hunting and trappmg
Total


56.4 39.6 331.7
142 142 11 7
86 58 392
75 65 320
70 70 90
53 03 305
47 19 284
35 19 609
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Escambia County


Escambia County is located in the Pensacola economic region

of on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 303,343.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$11.65 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $20.13 billion and employment was 166,346 full-time and part-

time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Government, Manufacturing, Health Care, Real Estate and Financial

Services, and Agriculture and Related as shown in Table A. The

county had total domestic and international imports of $10.32 billion

and exports of $4.90 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and

services was $25.55 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (33,680 jobs), Professional and

Technical Services (20,656 jobs), and Agriculture and Related (18,633

jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were

Government ($3.52 billion), Health Care ($1.12 billion), and Real

Estate and Financial Services ($1.10 billion).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.12 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing (1.28), Social

Services and Organizations (1.27), Information and Communications

(1.26), and Health Care (1.24). The average employment multiplier

was 9.3 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment

multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (19.8), Retail

Trade (16.9), and Education (15.1). The average output/consumption

ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.79, with Health Care

having the highest ratio (1.43).

In Escambia County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 5h among all industry groups in terms of

output, 5th in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $1.68 billion. Total exports of this industry

group were $661.2 million and total imports were $825.8 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $1.85 billion. Total output impacts of these industries

were $2.01 billion and total employment impacts were 21,195 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $907.2 million, including $108.5

million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 3,5 5
Health Care I 1,118
Real Estate and Financial Services ~ 1,099
Professional and Technical Services 993
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 35
Retail Trade 3
Households 6 F4
Construction 54
Wholesale Trade 443
Manufacturing 427
Information and Communications 381
Consumer Services 365
Transportation 273
Social Services & Organizations 148
Travel and Entertainment Services 93
Utilities I 88
Education 52
0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Government 33,6E
Professional and Technical Services 1 20,656
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 18,633
Health Care 18,034
Retail Trade 1 ,204
Construction 11,774
RealEstate and Financia Services 10937
Consumer Services 2 6 30
Social Serices & Organizations 6, 64
WholesaleTrade 4,5
Manufacturing 4,4
Transportation 3,92
Households 2,936
Information and Communications 2,914
Traveland Entertainment Services 2,791
Education 1,521
Utilities 284
0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Mining

Nature-based Recreation

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


1 62

* 36

I 25

I 14

I 10


170


- 591


0 200 400 600

Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Nature-based Recreation

Mining

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing


16,128

1,8 8

S1,31

1,088

324

296

198

0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($956.3 million); Forest Products Manufacturing ($369.9 million); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($119.5 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (16,128

jobs), Forest Products Manufacturing (1,848 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,313 jobs). Groups with the highest value

added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($590.5 million); Forest Products Manufacturing ($170.1 million); and

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($62.0 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 66 percent of output, compared to 39 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 24 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.21) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.19) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.12). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (9.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (12.6) and higher than all industries (9.3).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($616.6 million); Paper mills ($261.4 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($173.2 million). Sectors with

the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (12,243 jobs); Retail stores-food and beverage (2,224 jobs);

and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products (1,295 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food services and

drinking places ($359.5 million); Paper mills ($125.4 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($120.5 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.19, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.44). The average employment multiplier was 12.6, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having

the highest (18.0). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.91, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio

(1.72).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Escambia County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment
Apparent Employment Val Imputed Muployern Output
Output Exports Imports Apparento V obalued u Multiplier t
All Industry Groups () () () s Consumption E t utpt u Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) Oobs) Added Multiplier Oobs/ M$ atio
(M$) output)
Government 4,1132 43 1 2036 4,2737 33,680 3,5153 101 82 096
Manufacturing 2,021 8 1,427 3 4,3107 4,9052 4,490 427 2 128 42 041
Health Care 1,7923 656 1 1135 1,2497 18,034 1,1176 124 122 143
Real Estate and Financial Services 1,7020 401 9 1,0503 2,3504 10,937 1,099 1 1 12 76 072
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 1,683 8 661 2 1,529 2 2,551 8 18,633 735 3 1 19 126 066
Professional and Technical Services 1,681 5 235 9 1,4146 2,860 2 20,656 993 2 1 09 13 1 059
Construction 1,4588 18 1 448 1,4856 11,774 547 1 101 81 098
Information and Communications 1,091 6 5039 6508 1,2386 2,914 3808 1 26 46 088
Retail Trade 1,0286 2527 1162 892 1 16,204 7026 1 14 169 115
Households 968 4 25 00 966 0 2,936 674 4 1 00 30 100
Wholesale Trade 6930 1285 57 1 621 6 4,570 4427 1 10 75 111
Consumer Services 6486 1762 1176 5900 6,530 3649 1 14 113 110
Transportation 4754 1257 2795 6292 3,926 2733 1 13 95 076
Social Services & Organizations 370 0 151 9 657 2838 6,464 1480 1 27 198 130
Travel and Entertainment Services 1882 38 1636 3480 2,791 93 1 1 01 150 054
Utilties 1153 1066 1454 1541 284 875 123 43 075
Education 100 7 06 545 154 7 1,521 51 9 100 15 1 065
Total 20,133.5 4,896.1 10,317.1 25,554.5 166,346 11,654.1 1.12 9.3 0.79















Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Escambia County, Florida, 2008


Indirect Imputed
4 mploy- Value Bn I Employ- Ot
Output Exports ports Apparent Employ- Output Employ Value puted Output /
Consump ent Impacts Tax Output Mer Consumption
Cnu inen hnat Impacts Intpacts Multpheras MnileR tio
(M) (M) (M) tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) (M) impacts Multipher Ratio
(M) output)bs


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production
All other crop farming
Commercial loggmg
Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product
Forestry, forest products, and timber tract
Cotton farming
Support activities for agriculture and forestry
Commercial fishing
Cattle ranching and farming
Poultry and egg production
Grain farming
Animal production, except cattle and poultry
Oilseed farming
Dairy cattle and milk production
Fruit farming
Vegetable and melon farming
Tree nut farming
Agricultural Inputs & Services
Landscape services
Vetennary services
Pest control services
Mining
Extraction of oil and natural gas
Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay
Support activities for oil and gas operations
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing
Soft drink and ice manufacturing
Animal (except poultry) slaughtering
Bread and bakery product manufacturing
Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing
Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate
Other amnmal food manufacturing
Cookie, cracker, and pasta manufacturing
Fruit and vegetable canning, picking, drymg
All other food manufactunng
Forest Products Manufacturing
Paper mills
All other paper bag and coated & treated paper
Coated and laminated paper & packagmg paper
Sawmills and wood preservation
Paperboard container manufacturing
Wood windows and doors and millwork
Engineered wood member and truss mfg
All other miscellaneous wood product
Food & Kindred Products Distribution
Food services and drinking places
Wholesale trade, food & kindred products
Retail stores-food and beverage
Retail lawn and garden centers
Nature-based Recreation
Golf courses
Commercial huntmg and trappmg
Recreational fishing


119.5 78.5 89.3
434 339 28
251 14 35
96 78 105
84 84 90
82 82 05
50 29 66
42 32 68
35 27 32
32 26 60
30 29 46
15 05 48
15 15 02
10 10 02
07 05 120
05 04 173
05 04 13
73.1 0.0 29.7
354 00 157
269 00 91
108 00 48
84.0 14.1 199.5
704 18 1869
89 89 77
46 34 49
47.8 24.8 256.4
216 204 635
99 09 730
71 02 236
47 00 61
23 20 110
09 08 63
06 00 189
04 03 383
03 01 158
369.9 310.5 155.8
2614 2299 525
595 464 23
275 266 132
87 07 21 2
68 68 338
31 01 222
27 01 63
01 00 43
956.3 225.2 88.9
6166 1827 489
1732 321 143
1378 00 248
287 104 10
33.3 8.1 6.1
206 14 49
84 64 01
43 03 10


Total 1,683.8 661.2 825.8 1,848.4 18,633 2,011.3 21,195 907.2 108.5 1.19 12.6 0.91


816 144.1
141 536
122 259
37 105
16 120
38 109
243 7 1
136 53
17 47
3 37
23 36
18 16
8 18
5 13
5 08
1 06
2 06
1,313 73.1
718 354
374 270
220 108
237 91.6
165 717
52 134
20 65
134 57.0
33 290
22 103
56 72
10 48
8 32
1 11
2 06
1 05
1 04
731 532.1
360 387 6
209 805
60 388
39 93
19 98
19 32
24 27
1 01
15,112 1,076.2
11,428 7136
1,143 1905
2,224 1378
317 343
291 37.1
173 216
82 110
36 45


1,088 62.0
247 22 1
128 79
45 86
84 47
64 53
262 47
147 1 1
24 1 2
7 08
30 20
19 09
11 10
7 05
6 05
2 04
3 04
1,313 35.7
718 182
375 119
220 56
296 24.9
173 150
88 73
35 26
198 9.8
85 59
25 10
57 12
10 04
14 09
3 02
2 01
2 01
2 01
1,848 170.1
1,213 1254
363 243
140 133
43 19
43 32
19 1 1
24 09
1 01
16,128 590.5
12,243 3595
1,295 1205
2,224 885
366 220
324 14.2
181 80
105 45
38 17


9.1 0.92
57 354
51 092
47 078
100 093
78 1611
520 058
352 054
69 088
21 049
98 064
126 026
71 718
71 361
89 006
39 003
68 039
18.0 0.71
203 069
139 0 75
203 069
3.5 0.31
25 028
98 115
76 076
4.1 0.17
39 033
25 012
79 023
22 044
62 021
30 013
28 003
51 001
44 002
5.0 1.72
46 311
61 386
51 194
50 030
64 020
62 012
92 030
83 003
16.9 1.17
199 128
75 111
161 085
128 149
9.7 1.07
88 086
126 390
88 086










Flagler County


Flagler County is located in the Orlando economic region on

the Atlantic coast of northeast Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 91,622.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county

was $1.29 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry

groups was $2.42 billion and employment was 20,168 full-time and

part-time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output

were Manufacturing, Agriculture and Related, Government,

Households, and Real Estate and Financial Services as shown in

Table A. The county had total domestic and international imports of

$2.15 billion and exports of $619.5 million. Apparent consumption of

all goods and services was $3.95 billion in 2008. Industry groups with

the highest employment were Agriculture and Related (4,164 jobs),

Government (3,944 jobs), and Retail Trade (2,314 jobs). Industry

groups with the highest total value added were Government ($232.2

million), Households ($180.6 million), and Agriculture and Related

($156.9 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry

groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output).

The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and

Organizations (1.27) and Information and Communications (1.21).

The average employment multiplier was 8.4 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Retail Trade

(15.6), Government (14.9), and Education (14.0). The average

output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was

0.61, with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio

(1.13).

In Flagler County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 2nd in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $ 306.4 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $113.1 million and total imports were $83.7

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $277.0 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $341.0 million and total employment impacts

was 4,199 jobs. Total value added impacts were $175.9 million,

including $18.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 232
Households 81
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 157
Real Estate and Financial Services 1 137
RetailTrade 101
Health Care 5
Professional and Technical Services 70
Construction 58
Manufacturing 54
Utilities 41
Information and Communications 33
Social Services & Organizations 32
Travel and Entertainment Services 31
Transportation 29
Wholesale Trade 25
ConsumerServies 23
Education L 5
0 100 200 300



Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 4,164
Government 3,944
Retail Trade 1 2,3
Construction 1, i38
Health Care 1,4 37
Professional and Technical Services 1,18
Real Estate and Financial Services 987
Social Services & Organizations / 957
Manufacturing 90
Transportation 81
Consumer Services 5 4
Travel and Entertainment Services 5
Information and Communications 42
Households 247
WholesaleTrade 236
Utilities 174
Education 139


0 1,000 2,000 3,000


4,000 5,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 9
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 4
Agricultural Inputs & Services 27
Mining 8
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 5
Forest Products Manufacturing 4
Nature-based Recreation 2

0 50 100


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution 2736

Crop, livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 6 1

Agricultural Inputs & Services 59

Forest Products Manufacturing 71

Mining 54

Nature-based Recreation 42

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 33

0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($158.5 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production Forest Products ($59.4 million); and

Agricultural Inputs and Services ($43.5 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products

Distribution (2,736 jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (671 jobs); and Agricultural Inputs and Services (591

jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($89.6 million); Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($41.0 million); and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($26.6 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 66 percent of output, compared to 29 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 26 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.23) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.11) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.08). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (11.3 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (13.7) and higher than all industries (8.4).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($93.8 million), Retail stores-food and beverage ($48.6 million), and Landscape services ($23.0 million). Sectors with the

highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (1,788 jobs), Retail stores-food and beverage (809 jobs), and

Landscape services (379 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($45.6 million),

Retail stores-food and beverage ($32.9 million), and Vegetable and melon farming ($16.8 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.11, with Forest Products

Manufacturing group having the highest (1.26). The average employment multiplier was 13.7, with Food and Kindred Products

Distribution having the highest (17.3). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.11, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production having the highest ratio (2.15).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Flagler County, Florida, 2008
Appn Total I d Employment output
SOutput Exports Imports Apparent oymen Value Imputed Multiplier put
ut EConsumption Empyent t Consumption
All Industry Groups (M (M$) (M $) (M$) obs) Added p obs/M$ tio
(M$) output)
Manufacturing 379 1 2944 6636 7482 690 539 119 20 051
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 3064 113 1 291 2 4845 4,164 1569 1 11 137 063
Government 2643 76 35 2602 3,944 2322 101 149 102
Households 2605 00 18 2624 247 1806 100 09 099
Real Estate and Financial Services 1935 134 272 3 4524 987 1369 1 03 5 1 043
Construction 1753 03 307 2057 1,538 579 100 88 085
Retail Trade 1488 142 96 1 2308 2,314 101 3 104 156 064
Health Care 1434 00 1838 327 2 1,437 854 100 100 044
Professional and Technical Services 1160 200 166 3 262 3 1,188 697 106 103 044
Information and Communcations 978 50 1 1030 1507 422 333 1 21 45 065
Social Services & Organizations 81 7 524 43 1 723 957 320 127 120 1 13
Travel and Entertainment Services 600 194 31 5 722 508 31 3 1 11 86 083
Utilties 537 48 263 75 1 174 407 1 03 33 0 71
Transportation 522 253 627 896 681 287 1 17 132 058
Consumer Services 409 04 686 109 1 544 233 100 133 037
Wholesale Trade 384 40 775 1118 236 247 104 62 034
Education 99 00 27 1 370 139 54 1 00 140 027
Total 2,422.0 619.5 2,149.2 3,951.8 20,168 1,294.1 1.08 8.4 0.61












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Flagler County, Florida, 2008


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
utput Exports ports Apparent Employ- Output Emp Business Imputed ment Output/
SConsump- ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) Cosump Impacts Impacts
t)on (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) (M) Multer obs Ratio
out(M$) put)
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Vegetable and melon farming

Commercial logging

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Commercial fishing

Cattle ranching and farming

Fruit farming

Poultry and egg production

Grain farming

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Vetennary services

Pest control services

Fertilizer manufacturing

Mining

Miimng & quarrying other nonmetallic mineral

Miimng and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Dnlling oil and gas wells

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Snack food manufacturing

Coffee and tea manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing

Engineered wood member and truss mfg

Sawmills and wood preservation

Wood windows and doors and millwork

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishing

Total


59.4 43.4 11.7

217 172 14

147 99 00

146 112 07

47 28 03

13 13 16

10 08 01

07 01 46

06 00 10

01 01 10

01 00 10

43.5 29.2 8.2

230 171 15

71 13 03

70 52 05

64 57 60

12.3 8.3 4.0

105 66 17

14 14 19

05 03 03

18.6 16.5 7.1

109 108 67

78 57 04

9.0 5.1 7.2

60 49 04

18 01 40

12 00 28

158.5 10.6 43.2

938 01 209

486 77 26

96 10 194

65 17 03

5.1 0.0 2.4

43 00 20

09 00 04

306.4 113.1 83.7


Industry Group


657 73.3

105 256

81 205

127 170

275 60

44 15

11 13

10 07

1 06

1 01

1 0 1

582 52.2

373 285

89 75

114 87

6 75

52 14.3

42 120

10 18

1 05

30 22.2

18 130

12 91

69 11.3

53 8 1

8 19

8 12

2,732 162.5

1,788 938

806 517

59 99

79 71

42 5.1

35 43

7 09

4,164 341.0


671 41.0

109 168

87 54

129 139

276 37

44 03

11 03

10 04

1 01

1 00

1 00

591 26.6

379 167

90 37

116 5 1

7 1 2

54 8.4

43 71

10 10

1 03

33 4.7

20 30

13 17

71 3.7

55 30

8 04

8 04

2,736 89.6

1,788 456

809 329

59 64

80 46

42 1.9

35 16

7 03

4,199 175.9


11.3 2.15

50 370

59 304

89 363

584 218

333 082

111 358

156 013

21 037

174 007

279 005

13.6 1.94

165 310

127 116

165 310

11 096

4.4 1.54

41 187

71 073

23 093

1.8 2.03

18 161

17 322

8.0 0.81

93 409

46 032

65 030

17.3 0.83

191 082

166 112

62 034

123 129

8.2 0.68

82 068

82 068

13.7 1.11











Franklin County


Franklin County is located in the Tallahassee economic

region on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population

in 2009 was 11,280.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$254.0 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $414.7 million and employment was 4,170 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real

Estate and Financial Services, Government, Agriculture and Related,

Construction, and Households as shown in Table A. The county had

total domestic and international imports of $315.2 million and exports

of $140.6 million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services

was $589.3 million in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (1,116 jobs), Agriculture and Related

(816 jobs), and Real Estate and Financial Services (373 jobs). Industry

groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and

Financial Services ($60.9 million), Government ($59.9 million), and

Agriculture and Related ($28.0 million).

The average imputed output multipliers for all industry

groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output). The

highest imputed output multipliers were for Utilities (1.28), Social

Services and Organizations (1.26), and Manufacturing (1.19). The

average employment multiplier was 10.9 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services

and Organizations (20.7), Education (17.7), and Government (15.6).

The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this

county was 0.70, with Travel and Entertainment Services having the

highest ratio (1.67).

In Franklin County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 3rd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 2nd in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $57.9 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $31.4 million, and total imports were $8.2 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $34.8 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $67.2 million and total employment impacts were 893 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $33.0 million, including $4.2 million

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries


Real Estate and Financial Services
Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related
Households
Retail Trade
Professional and Technical Services
Construction
Travel and Entertainment Services
Wholesale Trade
Consumer Services
Health Care
Social Services & Organizations
Transportation
Manufacturing
Information and Communications
Utilities
Education


8
8

1 3

* 2
I 2
I 1
0
-3


0Z


28
21
19


61
60


0 20 40 60 80


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 816
Real Estate and Financial Services 373
RetailTrade 372
Construction 348
Professional and Technical Services 2
Travel and Entertainment Services l 206
Consumer Services 179
Social Services & Organizations 144
Wholesale Trade 8
Health Care 75
Transportation 49
Manufacturing 46
Households 44
Information and Communications 27
Utilities 8
Education 6


0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Mining

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Nature-based Recreation

Agricultural Inputs & Services


26



I1

I1

I1

1

10 20 30


Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Mining

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Nature-based Recreation


74

31





I2

2

0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800


,116


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($40.7 million), Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($5.9 million), and Mining ($4.1 million). Groups

with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (724 jobs); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production (53 jobs); and Mining (32 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products

Distribution ($25.6 million); Mining ($2.7 million); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($1.5 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 37 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 34 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.37) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.16) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.09). Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (15.3 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (15.4) and higher than all industries (10.9).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($27.9 million); Retail stores-food and beverage ($9.1 million); and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($3.1 million).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (513 jobs) and Retail stores-food and beverage

(183 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($16.8 million) and Retail stores-

food and beverage ($6.4 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.16, with Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest (1.37). The average employment multiplier was 15.4, with Agricultural Input

and Services having the highest (25.4). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.66, with Food and Kindred Products

Manufacturing having the highest ratio (6.83).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Franklin County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment output
All Industry groups Output Exports Iports n Employment alue putted Multpl
(M) (M$) (M$) Consumption (obs) Added Output (obs/ M$ Consumptio
(M$) (M$) Multiplier Ratio
(M$) output)
Real Estate and Financial Services 833 51 2 343 664 373 609 1 13 56 1 25
Government 722 26 08 705 1,116 599 101 156 102
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 579 31 4 427 693 816 280 1 16 154 084
Construction 393 00 184 577 348 127 100 88 068
Households 304 00 01 305 44 21 1 1 00 15 1 00
Retail Trade 280 108 105 277 372 19 1 1 10 141 101
Professional and Technical Services 260 11 6 360 504 282 138 1 18 125 052
Travel and Entertainment Services 164 102 36 99 206 84 1 18 143 1 67
Consumer Services 125 50 91 166 179 70 1 14 155 075
Wholesale Trade 123 13 43 154 80 79 103 67 080
Manufactunng 93 78 81 6 83 1 46 22 1 19 68 011
Social Services & Organizations 78 36 47 89 144 35 1 26 207 088
Information and Communcations 71 24 190 238 27 2 1 108 45 030
Health Care 62 00 279 340 75 39 100 122 018
Transportation 43 15 100 129 49 25 109 122 034
Utilities 12 12 89 89 8 09 128 94 013
Education 03 00 32 36 6 02 1 00 177 0 10
Total 414.7 140.6 315.2 589.3 4,170 254.0 1.09 10.9 0.70












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Franklin County, Florida, 2008


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
utput Exports Import Apparent Employ- Output Ep V e Business Imputed ment Output/
SAConsump- ment Impacts meant Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) C u n I Impacts Impacts
ton (M$) (Jobs) (M$) Impacts Iacts Impacts Multiplier (Oobs/ Ratio
on ((Jobs) (M$) (M)
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Commercial logging

Commercial fishing

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Pest control services

Vetennary services

Mining

Miing and quarrying stone

Mming and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Support activities for oil and gas operations

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Seafood product preparation and packaging

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golf courses

Recreational fishing


3.5 2.7 2.6

25 18 00

06 06 25

03 03 00

1.2 0.0 1.6

09 00 06

03 00 02

01 00 09

4.1 3.5 0.7

20 19 04

15 15 01

06 01 01

5.9 5.2 0.1

59 52 01

40.7 18.2 3.0

279 137 16

91 42 03

31 03 11

06 00 00

2.5 1.8 0.2

21 15 02

04 03 00

57.9 31.4 8.2


3.3 43 4.7 53 1.5

07 14 36 23 09

26 15 07 16 03

01 14 04 15 03

2.9 31 1.2 31 0.5

15 22 09 22 04

05 7 03 7 01

09 2 01 2 00

1.3 26 4.9 32 2.7

05 13 24 16 15

02 10 19 13 10

06 3 07 3 02

0.9 18 7.3 28 1.4


28 14

724 25.6

513 168

183 64

21 20

8 04

25 1.3

20 1 1

4 02

893 33.0


Industry Group


15.3 1.04

90 348

245 025

484 514

25.4 0.43

258 059

258 059

202 009

7.8 3.11

81 372

86 759

49 1 04

4.8 6.83

48 683

17.8 1.60

183 177

20 1 1 73

67 080

134 096

9.7 2.70

97 270

97 270

15.4 1.66










Gadsden County


Gadsden County is located in the Tallahassee economic

region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was

47,474.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county

was $982.4 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry

groups was $1.66 billion and employment was 17,877 full-time and

part-time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output

were Government, Agriculture and Related, Manufacturing,

Construction, and Households as shown in Table A. The county had

total domestic and international imports of $1.45 billion and exports

of $521.2 million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services

was $2.59 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (5,509 jobs), Agriculture and Related

(3,765 jobs), and Construction (1,313 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Government ($293.3 million),

Agriculture and Related ($178.3 million), and Households ($83.4

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry

groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output).

The highest imputed output multipliers were for Education (1.29),

Manufacturing (1.24), Social Services and Organizations (1.21), and

Agriculture and Related (1.20). The average employment multiplier

was 11.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment

multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (26.9),

Transportation (19.1), and Education (18.2). The average

output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was

0.64, with Utilities having the highest ratio (1.18).

In Gadsden County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $328.2 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $215.6 million and total imports were $109.3

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $221.8 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $392.5 million and total employment impacts

were 4,441 jobs. Total value added impacts were $214.2 million,

including $14.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries

Government 293
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 78
Households 83
Construction 6
Manufacturing 1 59
WholesaleTrade 54
Professional and Technical Services 47
Retail Trade 46
Transportation 31
Real Estate and Financial Services 28
Utilities 26
Health Care 21
Consumer Services 16
Information and Communications 12
Social Services & Organizations 10
Travel and Entertainment Services 6
Education 3
0 100 200 300 400


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government 5
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 3,765
Construction 1, 13
RetailTrade 1,10
Transportation 1,03'
Professional and Technical Services 1,02
Manufacturing / 890
Social Services & Organizations 10
WholesaleTrade 9
Health Care 514
Consumer Services I 4 3
Real Estate and Financial Services 34
Travel and Entertainment Services 24
Information and Communications 128
Education 90
Utilities 74
Households 7 71


509


0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 106
Forest Products Manufacturing 43
Food & Kindred Products Distribution 3
Mining 17
Agricultural Inputs & Services 9
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 2
Nature-based Recreation 2

0 50 100 150


Crop, Livestock,

Food








Food & K


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Forestry & Fisheries Production 2250
&Kindred Products Distribution 930

Forest Products Manufacturing 66

Agricultural Inputs & Services 2 3

Mining 2 6

Nature-based Recreation 67

indred Products Manufacturing 56

0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($117.0 million); Forest Products Manufacturing ($81.6 million); and Food and Kindred Products

Distribution ($59.5 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production

(2,250 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution (930 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing (668 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($106.5 million); Forest Products

Manufacturing ($43.0 million); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($34.8 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 88 percent of output, compared to 66 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.24) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.20) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.09). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (19.2 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (13.5) and higher than all industries (11.7).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Greenhouse, nursery, and

floriculture products ($76.4 million); Veneer and plywood manufacturing ($57.2 million); and Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

($24.4 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture products (1,321 jobs);

Support activities for agriculture and forestry (544 jobs); and Veneer and plywood manufacturing (391 jobs). Sectors with the highest

value added impacts were Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture products ($75.5 million); Veneer and plywood manufacturing ($30.0

million); and Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay ($16.3 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.20, with Forest Products

Manufacturing having the highest (1.30). The average employment multiplier was 13.5, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production having the highest (19.2). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.48, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the

highest ratio (5.59).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gadsden County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment
Elm Imputed Mtlhe Output
All Industry GroupS Consumption Emploent e utput u e Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) (M$) Oobs) Added Multilier Ratio
(M$) output)
Government 330 2 31 24 329 5 5,509 293 3 1 00 167 1 00
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 3282 2156 227 2 3398 3,765 178 3 120 135 097
Manufactunng 183 1 151 6 4005 432 1 890 595 124 70 042
Construction 171 9 05 1092 2807 1,313 692 100 76 061
Households 1205 00 14 121 9 71 834 100 06 099
Wholesale Trade 839 143 70 767 549 536 1 05 72 1 09
Professional and Technical Services 800 435 1498 1862 1,026 466 1 18 146 043
Retail Trade 67 1 104 529 1096 1,102 457 104 169 061
Transportation 607 285 337 659 1,034 308 1 13 19 1 092
Real Estate and Financial Services 473 59 1990 2403 344 275 1 05 78 020
Utilities 348 173 119 294 74 264 106 27 1 18
Consumer Services 343 54 393 682 483 160 105 147 050
Information and Communcations 339 44 688 983 128 123 1 03 41 034
Health Care 329 00 904 1233 544 209 100 165 027
Social Services & Orgamizations 289 137 205 357 710 95 1 21 269 081
Travel and Entertainment Services 148 30 26 1 378 246 63 1 08 175 039
Education 57 40 109 126 90 28 1 29 182 045
Total 1,658.2 521.2 1,451.1 2,588.1 17,877 982.4 1.09 11.7 0.64












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Gadsden County, Florida, 2008


Output Exports Imports
(M$) (M$) (M$)


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
Apparent Employ- Output Emp Business Imputed ment Output/
Consump- ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
Impacts Impactser (obs Rto
tion (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) Ipacts Multiper obs/ Ratio

output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Vegetable and melon farming

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract

Cattle ranching and farming

Dairy cattle and milk production

Commercial loggnmg

All other crop farming

Grain farming

Poultry and egg production

Tree nut farming

Tobacco farming

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing

Vetennary services

Pest control services

Fertilizer manufacturing

Mining

Minmng and quarrying sand, gravel, clay

Support activities for other miming

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Animal (except poultry) slaughtering

Bread and bakery product manufacturing

Forest Products Manufacturing

Veneer and plywood manufacturing

Engieered wood member and truss mfg

Wood widows and doors and millwork

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Wholesale trade, food & kindred products

Food services and drinking places

Retail stores-food and beverage

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Golfcourses

Recreational fishing

Commercial huntmg and trappmg

Total


117.0 102.7 25.6

764 720 05

198 173 07

128 91 03

25 25 42

24 00 31

10 10 00

04 00 125

04 00 09

03 03 04

03 00 06

02 01 01

02 02 00

01 00 24

20.5 8.5 8.9

73 37 09

61 18 23

29 00 14

22 11 03

20 18 40

27.6 25.4 15.8

244 229 16

25 25 35

07 00 106

16.4 2.5 4.7

156 25 14

08 00 33

81.6 70.5 3.5

572 487 21

217 206 03

27 13 11

59.5 3.6 49.9

21 0 36 18

197 00 442

177 00 27

11 00 13

5.6 2.4 0.8

40 15 06

08 03 01

08 06 00

328.2 215.6 109.3


2,250 106.5

1,321 755

226 155

544 119

56 18

44 04

23 05

3 01

5 02

11 02

1 01

3 01

7 0 1

7 0 1

243 8.7

134 47

16 1 1

47 1 1

41 14

5 04

226 17.3

214 163

10 08

2 02

56 2.0

51 17

5 02

668 43.0

391 300

255 119

21 11

930 34.8

151 140

387 94

377 107

15 07

67 1.9

46 13

10 03

12 03


19.2 2.93

173 1574

114 613

423 322

218 061

180 044

220 4238

59 003

126 032

324 081

34 034

203 097

45 1 3549

453 006

11.8 0.98

183 162

26 093

162 067

183 162

27 047

8.2 1.53

88 767

41 070

22 006

3.4 0.88

33 1 08

64 019

8.2 5.59

68 538

118 1541

79 106

15.6 0.56

72 1 09

196 031

21 2 087

140 045

12.1 1.43

11 6 1 30

11 6 1 30

152 354


221.8 3,765 392.5 4,441 214.2 14.6 1.20 13.5 1.48


Industry Group











Gilchrist County


Gilchrist County is located in the Gainesville economic

region of north-central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was

17,116.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county

was $253.6 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry

groups was $504.8 million and employment was 4,610 full-time and

part-time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output

were Agriculture and Related, Government, Households,

Construction, and Health Care as shown in Table A. The county had

total domestic and international imports of $607.7 million and exports

of $211.0 million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services

was $901.5 million in 2008. Industry groups with the highest

employment were Government (1,270 jobs), Agriculture and Related

(1,098 jobs), and Health Care (413 jobs). Industry groups with the

highest total value added were Government ($66.1 million),

Agriculture and Related ($ 62.3 million), and Households ($32.7

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry

groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output).

The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing

(1.21), Agriculture and Related (1.15), and Information and

Communications (1.13). The average employment multiplier was

10.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment

multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (23.5),

Government (17.7), and Health Care (17.1). The average

output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was

0.56, with Agriculture and Related having the highest ratio (1.17).

In Gilchrist County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 2nd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $192.7 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $155.4 million and total imports were $54.2

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $91.6 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $222.0 million and total employment impacts

were 1,405 jobs. Total value added impacts were $75.9 million,

including $4.9 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (M$) All Industries
Government 66
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 62
Households 3
Health Care 18
Construction 1
RetailTrade 11
Professional and Technical Services 10
Transportation I 8
Consumer Services 8
Real Estate and Financial Services 6
Utilities 5
Manufacturing 5
Wholesale Trade 4
Social Services & Organizations 3
Travel and Entertainment Services 1
Information and Communications 1
Education 0
0 20 40 60 80


Employment (Jobs) All Industries
Government 1, 70
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 1 098
Health Care 1 413
Construction 372
Transportation 2 7
Retail Trade 25
Consumer Services 23(
Professional and Technical Services 186
Social Services & Organizations 148
Households
Real Estate and Financial Services 7
Manufacturing 6
WholesaleTrade 6
Travel and Entertainment Services 35
Information and Communications 23
Utilities 16
Education 0
0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 47
Forest Products Manufacturing 9
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 9
Food & Kindred Products Distribution 8
Agricultural Inputs & Services 1
Nature-based Recreation 0
Mining 0

0 20 40 60


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Forest Products Manufacturing

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Nature-based Recreation

Mining


778

27

168

24

59

3

2

0 200 400 600 800 1,000









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($102.5 million); Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($47.9 million); and Forest Products

Manufacturing ($22.9 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production (778 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution (270 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing (168 jobs). Groups

with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($47.3 million); Forest Products

Manufacturing ($9.3 million); and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($8.2 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 87 percent of output, compared to 81 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 42 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.16) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.15) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.08). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (7.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all

Agriculture and Related industries (7.3) and lower than all industries (10.0).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Dairy cattle and milk

production ($50.6 million); Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($47.9 million); and Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($23.5

million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Dairy cattle and milk production (363 jobs); Forestry, forest products and

timber tract (163 jobs); and Food services and drinking places (146 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Dairy

cattle and milk production ($22.6 million); Forestry, forest products, and timber tract ($9.3 million); and Soft drink and ice

manufacturing ($9.2 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.15, with Forest Products

Manufacturing group having the highest (1.28). The average employment multiplier was 7.3, with Agricultural Input and Services

having the highest (19.3). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.10, with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the

highest ratio (10.29).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gilchrist County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment utput
Apparent Empoymnt alu Irputed Multlppur
All Industry rus Output Exports Imports Employment Value Multiplier Output
All Industry Groups put s Consumption Em t utput Consumption
(M$) output)
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing &
Services 1927 1554 127 2 1645 1,098 623 1 15 73 1 17
Government 720 08 18 729 1,270 66 1 100 177 099
Households 47 1 00 02 473 96 327 1 00 20 1 00
Construction 41 2 00 392 804 372 128 1 00 90 051
Health Care 257 112 450 595 413 177 1 10 17 1 043
Professional and Technical Services 196 30 41 8 584 186 102 1 04 98 034
Transportation 177 86 149 240 267 79 1 11 169 074
Manufacturing 162 142 1359 137 9 66 48 121 62 012
Retail Trade 159 03 256 41 3 254 109 100 160 039
Consumer Services 15 1 38 129 241 230 75 104 157 063
Utilties 125 68 113 169 16 54 108 17 074
Real Estate and Financial Services 100 1 1 78 1 870 76 60 103 80 012
Wholesale Trade 70 07 189 252 62 44 102 90 028
Social Services & Orgamizations 64 1 5 89 139 148 27 1 05 235 046
Information and Communcations 35 2 1 257 27 1 23 07 113 80 0 13
Travel and Entertainment Services 22 13 13 1 140 35 14 1 12 170 016
Education 00 00 71 71 0 00 000 00 000
Total 504.8 211.0 607.7 901.5 4,610 253.6 1.08 10.0 0.56












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Gilchrist County, Florida, 2008


Imputed
Indirect Employ-
utput Exports ports Apparent Employ- Output Ep e Business Imputed ment Output/
x s I ts Consump- ment Impacts ment Added Tax Output Multiplier Consumption
(M$) (M$) (M$) C p n h Impacts Impacts
ton (M$) (obs) (M$) pacs Impacts Impacts Multiphlier (Oobs/ Ratio
ton (Jobs) (M$) ()
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 102.5 89.3 19.8

Dairy cattle and milk production 50 6 49 6 00

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 23 5 23 5 2 1

Vegetable and melon farming 96 86 03

Cattle ranching and farming 6 1 4 1 0 1

All other crop farming 43 02 23

Support activities for agriculture and forestry 2 5 00 100

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product 1 8 1 3 03

Commercial loggig 1 1 0 1 4 1

Animal production, except cattle and poultry 1 1 06 0 1

Poultry and egg production 09 05 0 1

Fruit farming 08 05 04

Tobacco farming 03 03 00

Agricultural Inputs & Services 3.1 0.3 0.7

Landscape services 1 4 02 03

Vetennary services 1 3 00 03

Pest control services 04 0 1 0 1

Mining 1.0 0.0 5.6

Extraction of oil and natural gas 1 0 00 56

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 47.9 46.4 3.2

Soft drik and ice manufactunng 47 9 46 4 32

Forest Products Manufacturing 22.9 18.8 1.4

All other miscellaneous wood product 11 5 10 1 02

Sawmills and wood preservation 11 4 87 1 3

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 14.9 0.2 23.5

Food services and drinking places 78 00 155

Retail stores-food and beverage 45 00 32

Wholesale trade, food & landred products 1 8 02 47

Retail lawn and garden centers 09 00 00

Nature-based Recreation 0.5 0.5 0.0

Commercial huntmi and tranoom 0 5 0 5 0 0


33.0 572 118.6

1 0 302 58 1

21 48 285

13 24 104

21 34 83

65 17 44

124 109 25

07 8 19

52 5 11

06 15 12

04 1 10

07 6 09

00 4 03

3.5 59 3.1

15 28 14

16 23 13

05 8 04

6.5 2 1.0

65 2 10

4.7 72 54.5

47 72 545

5.5 121 29.2

16 70 152

40 51 141

38.2 270 14.9

233 146 78

77 98 45

63 15 18

09 10 09


01 2 06


Total 192.7 155.4 54.2 91.6 1,098 222.0 1,405 75.9 4.9 1.15 7.3 2.10


Industry Group


778 47.3

363 226

163 93

34 68

48 1 7

17 16

109 1 8

9 16

5 04

16 06

2 02

7 05

4 01

59 1.4

28 07

23 04

9 02

2 0.2

2 02

124 9.2

124 92

168 9.3

99 60

69 32

270 8.2

146 38

98 27

16 11

10 06

3 0.3

3 03


7.6 3.10

72 5100

69 1098

36 720

78 285

39 067

439 020

53 241

47 021

15 1 1 92

19 204

92 121

144 3558

19.3 0.87

204 093

179 080

204 093

2.2 0.15

22 015

2.6 10.29

26 1029

7.3 4.15

86 741

61 288

18.2 0.39

188 033

219 058

90 028

116 095

5.6 5.47

56 547


00 1 13










Glades County


Glades County is located in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale

economic region of south-central Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 10,950.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was

$192.7 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry groups

was $352.1 million and employment was 3,579 full-time and part-time

jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were

Agriculture and Related, Government, Construction, Utilities, and

Manufacturing as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic

and international imports of $301.6 million and exports of $169.0

million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $484.7

million in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were

Agriculture and Related (921 jobs), Government (556 jobs), and

Professional and Technical Financial Services (483 jobs). Industry

groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and Related

($55.2 million), Government ($31.3 million), and Utilities ($21.7

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups

in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output). The highest

imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and Related (1.21),

Manufacturing (1.17), Professional and Technical Services (1.17), and

Social Services and Organizations (1.17). The average employment

multiplier was 11.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest

employment multipliers were for Retail Trade (30.2), Social Services

and Organizations (27.9), and Professional and Technical Services

(25.6). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in

this county was 0.73, with Utilities having the highest ratio (9.22).

In Glades County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 1st among all industry groups in terms of

output, 1st in exports, and 1st in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this county,

direct output in 2008 was $112.8 million. Total exports of this industry

group were $87.9 million and total imports were $20.6 million. The

apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and

services was $45.4 million. Total output impacts of these industries

were $136.1 million and total employment impacts were 1,203 jobs.

Total value added impacts were $67.2 million, including $4.7 million

in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related.. 5


Government
Utilities
Households
Construction
Real Estate and Financial Services
Professional and Technical Services
Manufacturing
Transportation
Wholesale Trade
Retail Trade
Consumer Services
Travel and Entertainment Services
Social Services & Organizations
Health Care
Information and Communications
Education


0 10 20


I 31


30 40 50 60


Employment (Jobs) All Industries


Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related.
Government 556
Professional and Technical Services 48
Households 3 5
Construction 23
Transportation m 204
Real Estate and Financial Services 190
RetailTrade 176
Social Services & Organizations 0
Consumer Services 84
Travel and Entertainment Services 55
Wholesale Trade 52
Manufacturing 49
Health Care 47
Utilities 32
Information and Communications 10
Education 0


0 200 400


800 1,000


Value Added Impacts (MS)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries
Production
Food & Kindred Products Distribution 5

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 4

Nature-based Recreation 3

Mining 2

Agricultural Inputs & Services 0

Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries 950
Production950

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 29

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 41

Nature-based Recreation 41

Agricultural Inputs & Services 32

Mining 10

0 200 400 600 800 1,000


' ' '









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production (82.4 million); Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($13.5 million); and Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($8.0 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production (950 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution (129 jobs); and Nature-based Recreation (41 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($54.1 million); Food and Kindred Products

Distribution ($4.6 million); and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($3.7 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 86 percent of output, compared to 78 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 48 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a lower output multiplier (1.19) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.21) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.11). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (11.5 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (10.7) and the same as all industries (11.5).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Fruit Farming ($32.3

million); Sugarcane and sugar beet farming ($26.0 million); and Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy products ($13.5 million).

Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Sugarcane and sugar beet farming (536 jobs), Fruit farming (221 jobs), and

Support activities for agriculture and forestry (121 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($24.2

million); Sugarcane and sugar beet farming ($15.1 million); and Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture products ($6.8 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.21, with Food and Kindred

Products Manufacturing having the highest (1.48). The average employment multiplier was 10.7, with Agricultural Input and Services

having the highest (28.8). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.48, with Nature-based Recreation having the highest ratio

(86.82).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Glades County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment utput
,- ^ Apparent ^iEmployment JmImputed Multlppur
Output Exports Imports ols t mp e Value oup ult Multiplier Rtl
All Industry Groups Ouput Exs s Consumpton Emploent Conutputon
(M$) (M$) (M$) Cobs) Added Oututultiplier ConumpM$ tio
(M$) output)
Agnculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & 1128 87 9 583 832 921 552 1 21 107 136
Services
Government 41 8 00 13 430 556 31 3 1 00 133 097
Construction 365 03 132 494 293 137 100 81 074
Utilities 286 285 30 31 32 21 7 1 10 21 922
Manufacturing 259 222 793 83 1 49 86 117 35 031
Households 243 1 6 00 227 305 174 1 02 127 107
Professional and Technical Services 204 135 264 333 483 100 1 17 256 061
Real Estate and Financial Services 174 03 30 1 472 190 113 100 11 0 037
Transportation 135 79 90 146 204 59 1 14 178 093
Wholesale Trade 63 07 74 130 52 39 1 02 86 049
Retail Trade 58 00 147 205 176 39 100 302 028
Consumer Services 52 18 88 122 84 30 107 170 042
Travel and Entertainment Services 5 1 1 7 34 68 55 26 109 118 075
Social Services & Orgamizations 46 25 45 66 120 21 1 17 279 070
Health Care 3 1 00 252 283 47 18 100 153 011
Information and Communcations 08 02 134 140 10 0 1 1 03 133 006
Education 00 00 37 37 0 00 NA NA 000
Total 352.1 169.0 301.6 484.7 3,579 192.7 1.11 11.5 0.73












Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Glades County, Florida, 2008


Indirect
Employ- Value Indirect
Output Exports Iports Apparent Employ- Output Emp V e Business Imputed
SConsump- ment Impacts mnpcts I d Tax Output
(M$) (M$) (M$) Impacsts MultlerImpacts
(M$) (M$) M$) on (M$) (Jobs) (M$) (Jobs) (M Multer
(M$)


Imputed
Employ-
ment Output/
Multiplier Consumption
(Jobs/ Ratio
MS
output)


Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production

Fruit farming

Sugarcane and sugar beet farming

Greenhouse, nursery, and flonculture product

Cattle ranching and farming

Dairy cattle and milk production

Vegetable and melon farming

Support activities for agriculture and forestry

Animal production, except cattle and poultry

Agricultural Inputs & Services

Landscape services

Pest control services

Mining

Mining and quarrying stone

Extraction of oil and natural gas

Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing

Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy product

Food & Kindred Products Distribution

Retail stores-food and beverage

Food services and drinking places

Wholesale trade, food & landred products

Retail lawn and garden centers

Nature-based Recreation

Commercial huntmg and trapping


82.4 71.3 2.6

323 316 02

260 246 00

74 69 02

62 47 01

41 02 01

35 32 03

27 00 18

02 02 01

1.1 0.3 0.2

09 02 02

03 01 01

2.8 1.7 6.2

18 17 09

10 00 54

13.5 9.6 0.2

135 96 02

8.0 0.2 11.2

31 00 07

30 00 85

16 02 18

03 00 02

4.9 4.8 0.0

49 48 00


Total 112.8 87.9 20.6 45.4 921 136.1 1,203 67.2 4.7 1.21 10.7 2.48


Industry Group


950 54.1

221 242

536 15 1

22 68

26 1 8

10 1 6

12 26

121 1 9

2 0 1

32 0.5

25 03

8 0 1

10 1.6

8 13

2 02

41 3.7

41 37

129 4.6

58 1 9

53 15

14 10

4 02

41 2.7

41 27


121 27

1 03

32 1.2

24 09

7 03

7 3.2

4 22

2 11

13 20.0

13 200

129 8.0

58 3 1

53 30

13 1 6

4 03

31 5.7

31 57










Gulf County


Gulf County is located in the Panama City economic region

on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in

2009 was 15,755.

Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county

was $331.2 million in 2008. Total output or revenue of all industry

groups was $612.7 million and employment was 5,074 full-time and

part-time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output

were Government, Agriculture and Related, Construction, Utilities,

and Manufacturing as shown in Table A. The county had total

domestic and international imports of $607.0 million and exports of

$205.0 million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was

$1.01 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment

were Government (1,660 jobs), Agriculture and Related (801 jobs),

and Construction (647 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total

value added were Government ($83.5 million) and Utilities ($37.0

million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all industry

groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output).

The highest imputed output multipliers were for Information and

Communications (1.19), Agriculture and Related (1.17),

Manufacturing (1.16), and Social Services and Organizations (1.14).

The average employment multiplier was 8.9 jobs per million dollars

output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services

and Organizations (25.1), Government (17.3), and Health Care

(15.9). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups

in this county was 0.60, with Utilities having the highest ratio (5.19).

In Gulf County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and

Related industries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of

output, 3rd in exports, and 3rd in employment (Table A). Within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries in this

county, direct output in 2008 was $78.9 million. Total exports of this

industry group were $35.5 million and total imports were $33.3

million. The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related

industry goods and services was $76.7 million. Total output impacts

of these industries were $92.2 million and total employment impacts

were 950 jobs. Total value added impacts were $40.7 million,

including $4.1 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).


Total Value Added (MS) All Industries

Government 83
Utilities 37
Real Estate and Financial Services 36
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 33
Construction 27
Households 27
Information and Communications 21
Retail Trade 12
Professional and Technical Services 12
WholesaleTrade 9
Health Care 8
Consumer Services 7
Manufacturing I 6
Social Services & Organizations 5
Transportation 3
Travel and Entertainment Services 3
Education 0
0 50 100


Employment (Jobs) All Industries

Government 1,660
Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related 80
Construction 647
Real Estate and Financial Services 31
Professional and Technical Services 26E
RetailTrade I 26
Social Services & Organizations I 243
Consumer Services l 191
Health Care 189
Utilities I 134
Information and Communications 123
Travel and Entertainment Services 75
Manufacturing 56
Transportation 47
Wholesale Trade 45
Households 19
Education 0
0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000


Value Added Impacts (M$)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 17
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 13
Forest Products Manufacturing 9
Agricultural Inputs & Services 1
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 1
Nature-based Recreation 0
Mining 0

0 5 10 15 20


Employment Impacts (Jobs)
Agriculture and Related Industries

Food & Kindred Products Distribution 498
Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 289
Forest Products Manufacturing 12
Agricultural Inputs & Services 20
Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 13
Nature-based Recreation 9
Mining 2

0 100 200 300 400 500 600









Groups within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred

Products Distribution ($30.1 million); Forest Products Manufacturing ($20.8 million); and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($19.4 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (498 jobs);

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (289 jobs); and Forest Products Manufacturing (120 jobs). Groups with the

highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($17.2 million); Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries

Production ($12.5 million); and Forest Products Manufacturing ($9.0 million).

Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 75 percent of output, compared to 45 percent for all

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (Table B) and 33 percent for all industries (Table A). Production agriculture

had a higher output multiplier (1.35) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industries (1.17) and higher than all

industries in the county (1.08). Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier (14.9 jobs per million dollars output) than

all Agriculture and Related industries (12.0) and higher than all industries (8.9).

Individual sectors within the Agriculture and Related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking

places ($17.5 million); Paper mills ($11.9 million); and Forestry, forest products, and timber tract ($8.5 million). Sectors with the

highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (331 jobs); Retail stores-food and beverage (146 jobs); and

Forestry, forest products, and timber tract (112 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking

places ($8.6 million); Forestry, forest products, and timber tract ($5.9 million); and Retail stores-food and beverage ($5.7 million).

The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and Related industry groups was 1.17, with Crop, Livestock,

Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest (1.35). The average employment multiplier was 12.0, with Food and Kindred

Products Distribution having the highest (16.5). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.03, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and

Fisheries Production having the highest ratio (2.59).

The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the

Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related industry group (Table B).


Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gulf County, Florida, 2008
Total Employment utput
, Apparent ^iEmployment Imputed Multiplptr
Output Exports Imports Apparento V obaluedu Mpultipliert
All Industry Groups (M)ut Consumption Emplo entOt pe Consumption
(M$) output)
Government 962 00 31 993 1,660 835 100 173 097
Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufactunng &
Services 789 355 862 129 6 801 330 1 17 120 061
Construction 772 08 720 148 4 647 27 2 1 00 84 052
Utilities 569 51 8 59 110 134 370 1 10 31 519
Manufactunng 553 448 1696 1802 56 63 1 16 17 031
Information and Communcations 537 332 285 489 123 21 3 119 34 110
Real Estate and Financial Services 533 17 1 51 2 874 310 363 1 10 66 061
Households 384 00 05 388 19 266 1 00 05 099
Professional and Technical Services 21 3 27 660 845 268 117 1 04 130 025
Retail Trade 175 45 229 359 265 119 106 156 049
Consumer Services 144 39 174 278 191 68 107 139 052
Wholesale Trade 138 15 137 26 1 45 92 103 35 053
Health Care 120 06 295 409 189 83 102 159 029
Social Services & Organizations 10 1 46 66 12 1 243 55 1 14 25 1 084
Transportation 75 22 19 1 243 47 35 106 69 031
Travel and Entertaimment Services 63 1 8 93 138 75 32 1 09 127 046
Education 00 00 57 57 0 00 000 00 000
Total 612.7 205.0 607.0 1,014.6 5,074 331.2 1.08 8.9 0.60




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Economic Contributions of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Industries in Florida Counties, 2008 Sponsored Project Report to Florida Farm Bureau Federation Mohammad Rahmani, PhD, Coordinator of Economic Analysis Alan W. Hodges PhD, Extension Scientist Rodney L. Clouser PhD, Professor University of Florida/IFAS, Food & Resource Economics Department PO Box 110240, Gainesville, FL 32611 0240 *Corresponding author contact: Tel ephone: 352 392 1881 x312; E mail: awhodges@ufl.edu October 20 2010

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1 Contents Acknowledg ments ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 4 Introduction ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................. 5 Figure 1. Structure of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industries in a Regional Economy. ...... 5 Figure 2. Map of Florida Economic Regions and Counties. ................................ ................................ ........... 6 Methods of Analysis ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 7 Table 1. Organization of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industry Grou ps and Sectors. .......... 8 Using Industry Data and Regional Multipliers for Local Economic Development ................................ .............. 10 Glossary of Economic Impact Terms ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 11 Summary of Economic Contributions in Florida Regions and Counties ................................ .............................. 13 Table 2. Population, Gross Reg ional Product and Direct Employment by All Industries in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 14 Figure 3. Map of Gross Regional Pr oduct in Florida Counties, 2008 ................................ .......................... 16 Table 3. Summary of Economic Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industries in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 17 Figure 4. Map of Value Added Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industries in Florida Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 19 Figure 5. Map of Employment Impacts of Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elat ed Industries in Florida Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ 20 Table 4. Summary of Regional Trade, Apparent Consumption, and Economic Multipliers for Agriculture, Natural Resources, and related Industries in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................ ..... 21 Table 5. Summary of Employment Impacts by Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industry Groups in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ........................... 23 Table 6. Summary of Value Added Impacts by Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated Industry Groups in Florida Regions and Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ........................... 25 Figure 6. Map of Value Added Impacts of Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production in Florida Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 27 Figure 7. Map of Value Added Impacts of Agricultural Inputs and Services in Florida Counties, 2008. ... 28 Figure 8. Map of Value Added Impacts of Food and Kindred Product Manufacturing in Florida Counties, 2008. ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 29 Figure 9. Map of Value Added Impacts of Forest Product Manufacturing in Florida Counties, 2008. ....... 30 Figure 10. Map of Value Added Impacts of Nature Based Recreation in Florida Counties, 2008. ............. 31 Literature and Information Sources Cited ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 32 Appendix: Economic Profiles of Florida Counties ................................ ................................ ............................... 33 Alachua County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 34 Baker County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 37 Bay County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 40 Bradford County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 43

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2 Brevard County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 46 Broward County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 49 Calhoun County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 52 Charlotte County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 55 Citrus County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 58 Clay County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 61 Collier County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 64 Columbia County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 67 DeSoto County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 70 Dixie County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 73 Duval County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 76 Escambia County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 79 Flagler County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 82 Franklin County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 85 Gadsden County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 88 Gilchrist County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 91 Glades County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 94 Gulf County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 97 Hamilton County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 100 Hardee County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 103 Hendry County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 106 Hernando County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 109 Highlands County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 112 Hillsborou gh County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 115 Holmes County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 118 Indian River County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 121 Jackson County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 124 Jefferson Co unty ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 127 Lafayette County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 130 Lake County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 133 Lee County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 136 Leon County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 139 Levy County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 142 Liberty County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 145 Madison County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 148 Manatee County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 151 Marion Count y ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 154

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3 Martin County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 157 Miami Dade County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 160 Monroe County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 163 Nassau County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 166 Okaloosa County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 169 Okeechobee County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 172 Orange County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 175 Osceola County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 178 Palm Beach C ounty ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 181 Pasco County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 184 Pinellas County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 187 Polk County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 190 Putnam County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 193 Santa Rosa Cou nty ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 196 Sarasota County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 199 Seminole County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 202 St. Johns County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 205 St. Lucie County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 208 Sumter County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 211 Suwannee County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 214 Taylor County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 217 Union County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 220 Volusia County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 223 Wakulla County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 226 Walton County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 229 Washington County ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 232

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4 Acknowledgments This report was made possible by a grant from Florida Farm Bureau Federation with matching financial support by the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, O ffice of the Senior Vice President for Agriculture and Natural Resources. Special guidance on the project was provided by Mr. Pat Cockrell of Farm Bureau. Assistance with preparation of the report was provided by Thomas Stevens and Carol Fountain at the Un iversity of Florida, Food and Resource Economics Department.

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5 Introduction The state of Florida has nearly 24 million acres (36,000 square miles) in forests, crop lands and ranches two thirds of Florida's total land area The agricultur e and natural resource industries produce food, fiber and mineral commodities and are linked to a broad range of other economic sectors for food and kindred product manufacturing, wholesale and retail distribution, input suppl i es, support services and nature based re creation /eco tourism For example, i n addition to farm ing f orestry, fisheries and mining other diverse activities are included such as fertilizer manufacturing, sawmills, fruit and vegetable processing, landscaping, wholesale food distributors retail f ood stores, restaurants retail lawn and garden centers pest control services golf co urses and recreational fishing. The typical structure of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in a local or regional economy is indicated in F igure 1 Th e agriculture and natural resources sector s are linked to local government, the resident population the rest of local industries and the rest of the world economy The linkages indicated in the diagram represent flows of goods and services, and counter current flows of money in exchange. Local government provides public service s to the agriculture and natural resources sector s receives tax payments, and makes institutional purchases. Households provide labor to local businesses and spend their earning s for personal consumption of food and other products. The rest of local industries provide input s and services to the agriculture and natural resources sector s and make intermediate commodity purchases. Exports of goods and services to the rest of the world economy generate new income to the region, while imports of goods and services loss ) of local wealth. Figure 1 Structure of a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustries in a r egional e conomy

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6 Information on the economic contribution s of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in the state of Florida in 2008 was provided in a report by Hodges and Rahmani ( 2010 ) available at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fe829 T his report provides estimates of these industries' economic contribution s in each of Florida s 67 counties and 9 economic regions in 200 8. A map of Florida counties and economic regions is shown in Figure 2 Figure 2 Map of Florida e conomic r egions and c ounties

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7 Methods of Analysis Data for this analysis were obtained from the Impact Analysis for Planning ( IMPLAN ) Professional database of Florida counties for 2008 (Minnesota IMPLAN Group /MIG, Inc. ) the 2007 Census of Agriculture, and other special studies conducted by the authors IMPLAN data are derived from the National Income and Product Accoun ts for the United States ( U S Department of Commerce). Over 90 individual industry sectors were identified as related to agriculture and natural resource commodity production, input supply and supporting services, food and kindred product manufacturing and distribution, and nature based recreation. I ndustry groups and individual sectors included in the analysis are shown in T able 1. Note that some industry sectors in this analysis were reclassified from their original major industry group designation un der the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) to be included as part of the broadly defined agriculture and related industries. The total regional economic impacts for each sector were estimated using models developed with the IMPLAN Profe ssional software for social accounting and impact analysis (MIG, Inc.). This system enables construction of input output models and social accounting matrices that represent the structure of a regional economy in terms of transactions among industry sector s, households, and governments as described in Figure 1 IMPLAN model s account for industrial commodity production, employment, labor and property income, household and institutional consumption, domestic and international trade (imports, exports), govern ment taxes, transfer payments such as welfare and retirement pensions, and capital investment among other things Economic m ultipliers for each industry capture the secondary effects of new money flowing in to th e region that generate s further economic act ivity as it is re spent in the local economy (Miller and Blair 2009 ). Indirect effects multipliers represent the economic activity generated in the supply chain through the purchase of intermediate inputs from vendor firms I nduced effects multipliers repr esent the impacts of spending by industry employee household s and governments In this analysis, t he indirect and induced multipliers were applied only to foreign and domestic exports, or sales outside the state of Florida that represent new final demand t o the regional economy. T he total economic impacts we re calculated as the sum of direct effects, plus indirect and induced effects. Therefore, while the estimates of this analysis are referred to as "economic impacts," these values may be better understood as "economic contributions" because they represent the ongoing economic activity of existing industries, rather than a net change i n activity resulting from external influences (Watson et al 2007). IMPLAN r egional economic models were developed for the state of Florida and for each of the 67 counties in the state All model parameters were kept at default settings, with econometrical ly estimated regional purchase coefficients (RPCs) representing the share of commodities purchased from local sources. Social/institutional accounts for households ; local, state, and federal governments ; and capital investment were incorporated endogenousl y within the model. F or some activities that were not specifically identified in the IMPLAN model, values were estimated as a share of their parent sector based on previous studies and other economic data: landscape services and pest control services were 49 percent and 15 percent respectively, of services to buildings (sector 388); w holesale food distribution was 20 percent of wholesale trade (sector 319); retail lawn and garden centers were 19 percent of building materials and garden stores (sector 323) ; and golf courses a nd recreational fishing were 48 percent and 10 percent respectively, of am usement and recreation services (sector 410)

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8 Table 1. Organization of a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustry g roups and s ectors Industry Group (bold) IMPLAN Sector Number and Description Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production 1 Oilseed farming 2 Grain farming 3 Vegetable and melon farming 4 Fruit farming 5 Tree nut farming 6 Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production 7 Tobacco farming 8 Cotton farming 9 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 10 All other crop farming 11 Cattle ranching and farming 12 Dairy cattle and milk production 13 Poultry and egg production 14 Animal production, except cattle and poultry and eggs 15 Forestry, forest products, and timber tract production 16 Commercial logging 17 Commercial f ishing 19 Support activities for agriculture and f orestry Agricultural Inputs & Services 130 Fertilizer manufacturing 131 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical manufacturing 203 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 204 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 379 Veterinary services 388a Landscape services 388b Pest control services Mining 20 Extraction of oil and natural gas 21 Mining coal 22 Mining iron ore 23 Mining copper, nickel, lead, and zinc 24 Mining gold, silver, and other metal ore 25 Mining and quarrying stone 26 Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay, and ceramic and refractory minerals 27 Mining and quarrying other nonmetallic minerals 28 Drilling oil and gas wells 29 Support activities for oil and gas operations 30 Support activities for other mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 41 Dog and cat food manufacturing 42 Other animal food manufacturing 43 Flour milling and malt manufacturing 44 Wet corn milling 45 Soybean and other oilseed processing 46 Fats and oils refining and blending 47 Breakfast cereal manufacturing 48 Sugarcane mills and refining 49 Beet sugar manufacturing 50 Chocolate and confectionery manufacturing from cacao beans 51 Confectionery manufacturing from purchased chocolate 52 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 53 Frozen food manufacturing 54 Fruit and vegetable canning, pickling, and drying 55 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 56 Cheese manufacturing

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9 Industry Group (bold) IMPLAN Sector Number and Description 57 Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy product manufacturing 58 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 59 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering, rendering, and processing 60 Poultry processing 61 Seafood product pre paration and packaging 62 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 63 Cookie, cracker, and pasta manufacturing 64 Tortilla manufacturing 65 Snack food manufacturing 66 Coffee and tea manufacturing 67 Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing 68 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 69 All other food manufacturing 70 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 71 Breweries 72 Wineries 73 Distilleries 74 Tobacco product manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing 95 Sawmills and wood preservation 96 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 97 Engineered wood member and truss manufacturing 98 Reconstituted wood product manufacturing 99 Wood windows and doors and millwork manufacturing 100 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 103 All other miscellaneous wood product manufacturing 104 Pulp mills 105 Paper mills 106 Paperboard m ills 107 Paperboard container manufacturing 108 Coated and laminated paper, packaging paper and plastics film manufacturing 109 All other paper bag and coated and treated paper manufacturing 110 Stationery product manufacturing 111 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 112 All other converted paper product manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution 324 Retail st ores f ood and beverage 413 Food services and drinking places 319a Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 323a Retail lawn and garden centers Nature based Recreation 18 Commercial hunting and trapping 410a Golf courses 410b Recreational fishing Source: I MPLAN (2009). It should be noted that there is some error involved in the county level information provided by IMPLAN stemming from procedures used to allocate state total to individual counties. There are also discrepancies in the data resulting from information reported to the federal gove rnment by place of residence of business owners, rather than the actual location of the business. For example, the IMPLAN data shows a value for sugarcane production in Alachua County, even though there is no commercial sugarcane acreage in this northern F lorida county, presumably because a sugarcane farm owner lives in Alachua County. To rectify some of these issues, IMPLAN data on industry output for the crop and livestock sectors were compared to information on the value of agricultural products sold in the 2007 Census of Agriculture ( USDA/ NASS). In cases where the value reported by the Census of Agriculture was at least $5 million higher,

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10 the output value was adjusted in the IMPLAN database. Adjustments were made for one or more sectors in 15 counties. N ote that because of these adjustments, as well as differences in trade balances and regional economic multipliers, the sum of economic impact estimates at the county level do not necessarily match with totals previously reported for the state. Population e stimates for counties in 2009 were taken from the U nited S tates Census Bureau (2010). Regions in Florida (Figure 2) were defined by the U nited S tates Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis (USDOC/BEA) based on metropolitan areas, employee commuting patterns and other economic data from the 2000 Census (Johnson and Kort 2004). Using Industry Data and Regional Multipliers for Local Economic Development The information provided in this report is intended to be used by local stakeholder groups in support of economic development of agriculture, natural resources and related industries. For each county, information is presented in tables and charts for all industry groups and for the agriculture natural resources and related industry subgroups and sectors. E conomic i nformation reported for all industry groups include s output or revenues, exports, imports, apparent consumption, employment (including full time, part time, and seasonal positions), and total value added. Apparent consumption was ca lculated as output plus imports, minus exports. In addition, for the agriculture natural resources, and related industry sectors and groups, information is presented on t otal regional economic impacts (including multiplier effects) for employment output, value added, and indirect business taxes Value added is a broad measure of net economic activity that is comparable to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and represents the sum of labor and property income, indirect business taxes, and capital consumption (depreciation). It also is equivalent to the difference between industry revenues and intermediate input s purchase d from other sectors Indirect business taxes represent tax payments to local, state, and federal governments. A glossary of economic impact analysis terminology is provided below I mputed output multipliers, imputed employment multipliers, and output/consumption ratios ar e also provided for all industry groups and sectors. The imputed output multiplier is the ratio of total output impacts to d irect output and is an indication of the primary and secondary effects of new final demand from exports on the economy. For example, suppose that the imputed output multiplier is 1.5 and that a new business that generated $1 million in sales of products t o be exported is expected to open in the region Based on this information, we calculate that the new business would generate a total of $1.5 million in total economic activity ($1M x 1.5) The imputed employment multiplier represents the number of jobs ge nerated per million dollar s of direct output and provides a measure of the labor intensity of an industry or the number of jobs potentially created (or lost) by a change in industry revenues A gain as an example, if a new business has $2 million in sales to final demand and the employment multiplier is 15 jobs per $1 million output, the new business would generate a total of 30 new jobs ($2M x 15 jobs per $1M). The output/consumption ratio (output d ivided by apparent consumption) indicates the degree to which the local economy is self sufficient for meeting its needs for a particular commodity. If the output/consumption ratio is greater than one (1) for a particular commodity, it means that local pro duction (output) of the commodity exceeds local consumption, and there is a surplus available for export to for

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11 a particular sector is less th an one, it means that local production is in sufficient to meet local demand, and there may be potential for new activity to substitute for imported goods and services, which represent a leakage of wealth from the local economy. So, t his measure may be used Glossary of Economic Impact Terms ( Terms are presented in logical order rather than alphabetical order ) Region defines the geographic area for which impacts are estimated. Regions are generally an aggregation of one or more counties. Economic regions identified in this paper a re defined based on worker commuting patterns. Sector is a grouping of industries that pro duce similar products or services, or production processes. Most economic reporting and models in the United States are based on the Standard Industrial Classification system (SIC code) or the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS). Impac t analysis estimates the impact of a change in output or employment resulting from a change in final demand to households, governments, or exports. Input output (I O) model is a representation of the flows of economic activity between industry sectors with in a region. I O models capture what each business or sector must purchase from every other sector in order to produce its output of goods or services. Using such a model, flows of economic activity associated with any change in spending may be traced back wards (e.g., purchases of plants that lead growers to purchase additional inputs such as fertilizers and containers. Multipliers for a region may be derived from an I O model of the region's economy. IMPLAN is a microcomputer based input output modeling sy stem and Social Accounting Matrix (SAM). With IMPLAN one can estimate I O models of up to 440 sectors for any region consisting of one or more counties. IMPLAN includes procedures for generating multipliers and estimating impacts by applying final demand changes to the model. The current version of the software is IMPLAN Pro version 3. Direct effects are the changes in economic activity during the first round of spending. Secondary effects are the changes in economic activity from subsequent rounds of re spending (there are two types of secondary effects: indirect and induced). Indirect effects are the changes in sales, income, or employment within the region in backward linked industries supplying goods and services to businesses (e.g., increased sales in input supply firms resulting from more nursery industry sales). Induced effects are the increased sales within the region from household spending of the income earned in the direct and supporting industries (i.e., employees in the direct and supporting in dustries spend the income they earn on housing, utilities, groceries, and other consumer goods and services, which generates sales, income and employment throughout the region's economy). Total effects are the sum of direct, indirect, and induced effects. Multipliers capture the total effects, both direct and secondary, in a given region, generally as a ratio of the total change in economic activity in the region relative to the direct change Multipliers may be expressed as ratios of sales, income, or em ployment, or as ratios of total income or employment changes relative to direct sales. Multipliers express the degree of interdependency between sectors in a region's economy and therefore vary considerably across regions and sectors. Type

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12 I multipliers in clude only direct and indirect effects. Type II multipliers also include induced effects. Type SAM multipliers used by IMPLAN additionally account for capital investments and transfer payments such as welfare and retirement income. A sector specific multip lier gives the total changes to the economy associated with a unit change in output or employment in a given sector Purchaser prices are the prices paid by the final consumer of a good or service. Producer prices are the prices of goods at the factory or production point. For manufactured goods the purchaser price equals the producer price plus a retail margin, a wholesale margin, and a transportation margin. For services, the producer and purchaser prices are equivalent. Margins ( retail, wholesale, and transportation) are the portions of the purchaser price accruing to the retailer, wholesaler, and grower, respectively. Only the retail margins of many goods purchased by consumers accrue to the local region, as the wholesaler, shipper, and manufacturer o ften lie outside the local area. Sales or output is the dollar volume of a good or service produced or sold. Final Demand is sales to final consumers, including households, governments, and exports. Intermediate sales are sales to other industrial sectors. Income is the money earned within the region from production and sales. Total income includes personal income (wage and salary income, including sole proprietor profits and rents). Jobs or employment is a measure of the n umber of jobs required to produce a given volume of sales/production, usually expressed as full time equivalents, or as the total number including full time, part time and seasonal positions. Value Added is the sum of total income and indirect business tax es. Value added is the most commonly used measure of the contribution of a region to the national economy, as it avoids double counting of intermediate sales and captures only the "value added" by the region to final products.

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13 Summary of Economic Contri butions in Florida Regions and Counties Information is summarized in the t able s and figures below on economic contributions of all industry groups and the agriculture, natural re sources and related industries for 9 economic regions and all 67 counties in Florida: Population, G ross R egional P roduct and total employment (total full time and part time jobs) of all industries (Table 2 ). Map of gross regional product in Florida counties (Figure 3). Summary of d irect output (revenues) value added, and employme nt, and total economic impacts (including regional multiplier effects) of output, value added labor income employment and indirect business taxes ( Table 3 ). Map of value added impacts of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Florida counties (Figure 4). Map of employment impacts of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Florida counties (Figure 5). Summary of e xports, imports, apparent consumption, and regional economic multipliers and ratios for output (total output /direct output dollars ) and employment (total jobs/million dollars output) and the output/consumption ratio ( Table 4 ) Summary of v alue added impacts by agriculture, natural resource s, and related industry group s ( Table 5 ). Summary of e mployment impacts by agriculture, natural resource s, and related industry group s ( Table 6 ). Map of value added impacts of crop, livestock, f orestry, and fisheries production in Florida counties (Figure 6). Map of value added impacts o f agricultural inputs and services in Florida counties (Figure 7). Map of value added impacts of food and kindred product manufacturing in Florida counties (Figure 8). Map of value added impacts of forest product manufacturing in Florida counties (Figure 9 ). Map of value added impacts of nature based recreation in Florida counties (Figure 10 ). Value added and employment impacts a re detailed for the principal agriculture, natural resources and related industry groups shown, which include the individual industry sectors shown in Table 1. Regions and counties in the tables are presented in descending order of value. Thematic m aps of economic contributions in Florida counties use a continuous logarithmic scale.

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14 Table 2 Population, g ross r egional p roduct and d irect e mployment by a ll i ndustries in Florida r egions and c ounties, 2008 Region / County Gross Regional Product (million $) Employment ( f ull time & p art time j obs) Population (July 2009) Miami Fort Lauderdale 291,877.4 3,825,164 6,399,166 Miami Dade 121,418.4 1,546,539 2,500,625 Broward 82,547.4 1,085,021 1,766,476 Palm Beach 64,428.2 834,362 1,279,950 St. Lucie 6,513.7 100,303 413,204 Martin 6,050.4 89,379 139,794 Indian River 5,123.7 75,014 135,167 Monroe 3,959.2 55,982 73,165 Hendry 860.1 20,769 39,594 Okeechobee 797.4 14,181 40,241 Glades 178.7 3,614 10,950 Orlando 170,576.5 2,471,334 4,202,952 Orange 72,445.6 943,363 1,086,480 Seminole 18,950.1 263,017 151,759 Brevard 18,691.3 276,161 536,357 Polk 17,531.0 277,212 583,403 Volusia 12,732.4 212,971 495,890 Marion 8,360.7 140,309 328,547 Lake 6,698.9 115,137 312,119 Osceola 6,364.2 95,392 270,618 Citrus 3,236.9 47,617 140,357 Highlands 1,826.3 39,466 98,704 Sumter 1,629.7 24,971 77,681 Flagler 1,377.7 21,715 91,622 Hardee 731.7 14,003 29,415 Tampa St. Petersburg 117,613.5 1,593,294 2,747,272 Hillsborough 65,898.6 829,642 1,195,317 Pinellas 41,039.6 579,909 909,013 Pasco 7,808.3 130,507 471,709 Hernando 2,867.0 53,236 171,233 Jacksonville 67,430.9 872,093 1,583,366 Duval 54,543.1 673,441 857,040 St. Johns 5,430.1 77,169 369,765 Clay 3,670.5 61,667 186,756 Nassau 1,869.4 27,978 70,576 Putnam 1,449.4 22,351 72,893 Baker 468.4 9,487 26,336 Sarasota Bradenton 64,283.1 983,633 1,682,557 Lee 20,588.9 309,248 586,908 Sarasota 14,716.5 220,513 266,502 Collier 14,232.7 201,222 318,537 Manatee 10,490.7 173,052 318,361 Charlotte 3,534.7 63,707 156,952

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15 Region / County Gross Regional Product (million $) Employment ( f ull time & p art time j obs) Population (July 2009) DeSoto 719.6 15,892 35,297 Pensacola 26,784.1 379,384 724,357 Escambia 12,359.5 175,553 303,343 Okaloosa 9,873.9 130,716 178,473 Santa Rosa 2,831.7 45,243 187,436 Walton 1,719.0 27,872 55,105 Tallahassee 14,946.3 247,726 434,169 Leon 11,459.1 188,092 265,714 Gadsden 1,063.7 18,982 47,474 Taylor 535.4 9,275 21,400 Wakulla 454.0 7,711 32,815 Madison 325.7 6,062 18,901 Hamilton 324.4 4,892 14,592 Jefferson 272.1 4,407 14,010 Franklin 268.3 4,390 11,280 Liberty 243.7 3,916 7,983 Gainesville 13,656.0 232,527 475,842 Alachua 9,219.8 148,525 243,574 Columbia 1,542.5 27,135 69,264 Suwannee 763.4 15,743 40,149 Levy 641.5 12,082 39,147 Bradford 595.1 10,083 29,235 Union 276.4 5,326 14,584 Gilchrist 263.4 4,796 17,116 Dixie 184.7 4,574 14,824 Lafayette 169.3 4,263 7,949 Panama City 8,984.8 142,377 288,288 Bay 6,724.9 99,863 164,767 Jackson 1,046.9 18,886 50,930 Washington 387.0 7,835 23,916 Gulf 347.2 5,223 15,755 Holmes 267.0 5,859 19,099 Calhoun 211.8 4,713 13,821 Total All Regions 776,152.6 10,747,532 18,537,969 S ource s : IMPLAN (2009 ) ; U nited S tates Census Bureau ( 2010 )

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16 Figure 3 Map of g ross r egional p roduct in Florida c ounties, 2008

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17 Table 3 Summary of e conomic i mpacts of a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustries in Florida r egions and c ounties, 2008 Region / County Direct Employment (Jobs) Employment Impacts (Jobs) Direct Output (million $) Output Impacts (million $) Value Added Impacts (million $) Labor Income Impacts (million $) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (million $) Miami Fort Lauderdale 449,800 515,281 40,541.3 48,237.0 24,612.9 15,433.0 3,196.1 Miami Dade 149,883 170,961 14,661.0 17,465.2 8,942.1 5,595.5 1,231.2 Broward 113,926 127,541 10,185.3 12,002.7 6,240.9 3,894.3 902.0 Palm Beach 112,248 129,205 9,723.5 11,553.5 5,843.1 3,647.9 706.7 St. Lucie 18,612 21,894 1,286.1 1,591.8 838.8 565.9 85.4 Indian River 14,919 17,120 1,060.3 1,248.1 709.9 465.9 72.4 Martin 14,217 16,494 1,212.4 1,434.0 764.5 458.6 79.5 Monroe 10,981 12,536 906.3 1,090.4 590.8 381.1 70.6 Hendry 10,323 13,632 957.6 1,186.9 444.7 302.8 29.4 Okeechobee 3,872 4,916 468.3 566.7 194.9 105.4 15.3 Glades 818 982 80.5 97.6 43.0 15.3 3.6 Orlando 325,106 384,641 30,561.4 38,212.9 17,448.7 11,171.3 2,000.2 Orange 108,572 128,052 9,776.6 12,416.6 6,316.4 4,087.4 752.4 Polk 41,954 60,510 7,414.5 10,208.2 3,434.1 2,204.1 318.2 Seminole 29,665 32,964 2,388.1 2,786.5 1,471.8 957.8 197.9 Brevard 29,493 30,940 2,067.1 2,227.6 1,154.7 735.0 157.2 Volusia 28,902 31,985 1,999.9 2,343.0 1,194.4 766.0 155.9 Marion 21,480 24,696 1,922.8 2,275.5 1,043.6 632.8 119.6 Lake 16,894 19,321 1,471.7 1,699.2 753.7 481.8 85.2 Osceola 16,657 19,150 1,278.9 1,580.5 828.2 517.8 96.1 Highlands 10,039 12,444 551.6 686.9 321.9 250.3 29.2 Hardee 6,325 8,255 484.8 616.5 321.2 159.2 17.4 Citrus 6,254 6,683 415.3 454.7 223.2 143.7 29.2 Sumter 4,707 5,443 483.6 576.9 209.7 128.4 23.5 Flagler 4,164 4,199 306.4 341.0 175.9 107.1 18.4 Tampa St. Petersburg 199,913 243,103 22,479.6 28,574.2 12,160.8 7,506.7 1,470.4 Hillsborough 105,683 132,042 12,659.7 16,476.2 6,939.9 4,279.0 866.8 Pinellas 66,025 80,831 7,874.4 9,928.5 4,160.3 2,531.6 475.1 Pasco 20,557 22,108 1,458.1 1,636.3 785.0 525.0 94.0 Hernando 7,648 8,122 487.5 533.1 275.6 171.1 34.5 Sarasota Bradenton 144,984 167,504 11,448.9 13,618.7 7,154.8 4,594.9 784.1 Lee 40,860 45,624 3,127.2 3,689.9 1,982.9 1,282.3 250.0 Collier 34,224 38,934 2,570.7 3,040.9 1,731.9 1,121.1 181.8 Manatee 27,735 36,802 2,844.7 3,634.2 1,688.4 1,041.8 150.2 Sarasota 26,098 27,430 1,870.3 2,028.3 1,114.8 742.1 142.3 Charlotte 8,803 9,620 593.5 671.0 348.1 228.2 43.6 DeSoto 7,265 9,093 442.5 554.4 288.6 179.4 16.3 Jacksonville 100,594 122,151 13,950.0 17,242.1 7,654.3 4,023.9 1,259.9 Duval 66,072 82,259 10,133.6 12,746.1 5,756.3 2,879.0 1,066.4 St. Johns 14,005 15,209 1,099.6 1,238.4 641.2 401.9 79.0 Clay 9,131 9,811 647.7 739.7 368.0 226.5 44.4 Nassau 5,577 7,320 918.5 1,143.0 430.3 268.8 37.7 Putnam 4,770 6,447 1,083.7 1,302.8 425.6 229.4 28.8 Baker 1,039 1,105 66.9 72.1 33.0 18.4 3.6 Gainesville 37,874 44,546 3,433.4 4,170.4 1,730.3 993.7 166.6 Alachua 20,055 22,445 1,348.4 1,611.4 797.1 498.9 95.8 Suwannee 5,074 6,716 605.4 783.3 256.8 149.3 17.6 Columbia 4,115 4,790 410.8 489.6 199.8 109.7 18.7 Levy 2,490 3,120 237.0 286.7 129.3 70.5 11.3 Dixie 2,060 2,435 202.9 255.6 75.3 45.7 4.3 Bradford 1,474 1,790 208.4 249.6 112.2 47.3 8.4 Gilchrist 1,098 1,405 192.7 222.0 75.9 34.7 4.9

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18 Region / County Direct Employment (Jobs) Employment Impacts (Jobs) Direct Output (million $) Output Impacts (million $) Value Added Impacts (million $) Labor Income Impacts (million $) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (million $) Lafayette 972 1,159 124.9 144.9 54.4 20.3 4.0 Union 536 687 102.9 127.2 29.6 17.3 1.7 Pensacola 44,249 49,102 3,579.8 4,169.3 1,964.8 1,220.6 229.5 Escambia 18,633 21,195 1,683.8 2,011.3 907.2 564.5 108.5 Okaloosa 14,758 15,973 1,004.3 1,140.4 565.9 368.7 66.6 Santa Rosa 6,025 6,346 437.5 476.5 224.3 137.7 25.7 Walton 4,832 5,588 454.2 541.1 267.4 149.8 28.6 Tallahassee 32,501 36,719 3,544.0 4,181.1 1,507.9 946.0 146.9 Leon 20,230 20,914 1,190.5 1,271.2 628.1 421.1 83.7 Gadsden 3,765 4,441 328.2 392.5 214.2 131.4 14.6 Taylor 2,213 3,345 589.9 744.4 229.0 145.1 16.2 Madison 1,436 1,969 263.7 331.6 85.7 49.8 6.8 Hamilton 1,174 1,721 709.5 892.8 143.6 88.8 10.4 Wakulla 1,045 1,125 82.2 90.4 34.8 22.4 3.6 Liberty 963 1,286 207.3 258.8 74.1 41.7 3.8 Jefferson 859 1,026 114.7 132.2 65.3 24.4 3.6 Franklin 816 893 57.9 67.2 33.0 21.3 4.2 Panama City 20,392 25,913 1,891.1 2,497.3 1,142.9 695.9 115.7 Bay 13,832 18,187 1,165.4 1,635.2 817.0 524.1 85.7 Jackson 2,895 3,375 319.9 375.6 163.0 78.4 14.8 Washington 1,019 1,197 121.8 146.5 37.0 21.7 3.6 Calhoun 929 1,142 103.2 128.3 49.4 27.2 4.1 Holmes 916 1,062 101.9 119.6 35.8 14.7 3.4 Gulf 801 950 78.9 92.2 40.7 29.6 4.1 Total All Regions 1,355,413 1,588,958 131,429.7 160,903.0 75,377.3 46,586.0 9,369.3 Source: IMPLAN (2009) Employment includes full time and part time jobs.

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19 Figure 4 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustries in Florida c ounties, 2008

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20 Figure 5 Map of e mployment i mpacts of a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustries in Florida c ounties, 2008

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21 Table 4 Summary of r egional t rade a pparent c onsumption, and e conomic m ultipliers for a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustries in Florida r egions and c ounties, 2008 Region / County Exports (million $) Imports (million $) Apparent Consumption Output / Consumption Ratio Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employment Multiplier Miami Fort Lauderdale 14,289.6 27,411.1 53,662.8 0.76 1.19 12.71 Miami Dade 4,578.8 9,194.8 19,277.0 0.76 1.19 11.66 Broward 3,103.4 7,001.6 14,083.5 0.72 1.18 12.52 Palm Beach 3,313.9 7,263.1 13,672.7 0.71 1.19 13.29 St. Lucie 645.5 940.4 1,581.1 0.81 1.24 17.02 Indian River 452.2 847.1 1,455.2 0.73 1.18 16.15 Martin 527.5 874.2 1,559.1 0.78 1.18 13.60 Monroe 517.1 574.5 963.8 0.94 1.20 13.83 Hendry 758.7 407.8 606.7 1.58 1.24 14.24 Okeechobee 336.2 249.4 381.5 1.23 1.21 10.50 Glades 56.3 58.1 82.3 0.98 1.21 12.20 Orlando 14,780.0 19,504.8 35,286.3 0.87 1.25 12.59 Orange 5,033.7 5,278.1 10,021.0 0.98 1.27 13.10 Polk 4,709.0 3,501.3 6,206.9 1.19 1.38 8.16 Seminole 748.4 1,695.6 3,335.3 0.72 1.17 13.80 Brevard 390.7 2,269.4 3,945.8 0.52 1.08 14.97 Volusia 606.5 1,638.9 3,032.2 0.66 1.17 15.99 Marion 818.1 1,212.9 2,317.6 0.83 1.18 12.84 Lake 618.2 1,102.9 1,956.3 0.75 1.15 13.13 Osceola 678.9 1,019.7 1,619.8 0.79 1.24 14.97 Highlands 281.8 369.1 638.9 0.86 1.25 22.56 Hardee 377.4 181.2 288.6 1.68 1.27 17.03 Citrus 117.3 621.6 919.6 0.45 1.09 16.09 Sumter 286.8 322.9 519.7 0.93 1.19 11.26 Flagler 113.1 291.2 484.5 0.63 1.11 13.70 Tampa St. Petersburg 11,232.9 12,626.5 23,873.3 0.94 1.27 10.81 Hillsborough 7,021.7 5,929.8 11,567.8 1.09 1.30 10.43 Pinellas 3,633.0 4,737.6 8,979.0 0.88 1.26 10.27 Pasco 454.9 1,443.0 2,446.1 0.60 1.12 15.16 Hernando 123.4 516.2 880.3 0.55 1.09 16.66 Sarasota Bradenton 4,608.1 8,099.7 14,940.6 0.77 1.19 14.63 Lee 1,108.2 2,300.1 4,319.2 0.72 1.18 14.59 Collier 1,075.6 1,726.8 3,221.9 0.80 1.18 15.15 Manatee 1,597.5 1,445.2 2,692.5 1.06 1.28 12.94 Sarasota 303.7 1,935.1 3,501.7 0.53 1.08 14.67 DeSoto 344.4 159.8 257.9 1.72 1.25 20.55 Charlotte 178.7 532.7 947.4 0.63 1.13 16.21 Jacksonville 7,958.3 7,068.1 13,059.8 1.07 1.24 8.76 Duval 6,071.1 4,586.6 8,649.0 1.17 1.26 8.12 St. Johns 388.2 847.9 1,559.3 0.71 1.13 13.83 Clay 182.9 609.9 1,074.7 0.60 1.14 15.15 Nassau 577.3 435.4 776.6 1.18 1.24 7.97 Putnam 716.5 487.9 855.1 1.27 1.20 5.95 Baker 22.2 100.4 145.1 0.46 1.08 16.51 Gainesville 1,987.9 2,428.6 3,874.1 0.89 1.21 12.97 Alachua 610.0 1,235.2 1,973.6 0.68 1.20 16.65 Suwannee 436.2 280.0 449.2 1.35 1.29 11.09 Columbia 215.0 264.7 460.5 0.89 1.19 11.66 Levy 138.4 152.6 251.2 0.94 1.21 13.16 Dixie 144.8 88.1 146.2 1.39 1.26 12.00 Bradford 108.9 118.9 218.4 0.95 1.20 8.59 Gilchrist 155.4 127.2 164.5 1.17 1.15 7.29

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22 Region / County Exports (million $) Imports (million $) Apparent Consumption Output / Consumption Ratio Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employment Multiplier Lafayette 105.1 61.9 81.8 1.53 1.16 9.28 Union 74.2 99.9 128.6 0.80 1.24 6.67 Pensacola 1,507.1 3,143.8 5,216.5 0.69 1.16 13.72 Escambia 661.2 1,529.2 2,551.8 0.66 1.19 12.59 Okaloosa 431.9 855.7 1,428.1 0.70 1.14 15.91 Santa Rosa 109.5 505.5 833.5 0.52 1.09 14.51 Walton 304.5 253.3 403.0 1.13 1.19 12.30 Tallahassee 1,924.7 2,701.9 4,321.2 0.82 1.18 10.36 Leon 221.4 1,591.7 2,560.8 0.46 1.07 17.57 Gadsden 215.6 227.2 339.8 0.97 1.20 13.53 Taylor 468.6 192.8 314.1 1.88 1.26 5.67 Madison 192.3 138.4 209.8 1.26 1.26 7.47 Hamilton 558.4 217.7 368.9 1.92 1.26 2.43 Wakulla 35.2 120.6 167.6 0.49 1.10 13.69 Liberty 121.5 94.1 179.9 1.15 1.25 6.20 Jefferson 80.3 76.7 111.1 1.03 1.15 8.94 Franklin 31.4 42.7 69.3 0.84 1.16 15.41 Panama City 1,011.7 1,254.1 2,133.6 0.89 1.32 13.70 Bay 597.2 717.6 1,285.7 0.91 1.40 15.61 Jackson 184.2 200.9 336.6 0.95 1.17 10.55 Washington 73.0 97.6 146.4 0.83 1.20 9.83 Calhoun 63.3 63.7 103.6 1.00 1.24 11.06 Holmes 58.4 88.3 131.8 0.77 1.17 10.42 Gulf 35.5 86.2 129.6 0.61 1.17 12.03 Total All Regions 59,300.2 84,238.7 156,368.1 0.84 1.22 12.09 Source: IMPLAN (2009).

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23 Table 5 Summary of e mployment i mpacts by a griculture, n atura l r esources and r elated i ndustry g roups in Florida r egions and c ounties, 2008 Region / County Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufac turing Forest Products Manufac turing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Nature based Recreation Total All Industry Groups Full time and Part time Jobs Miami Ft Lauderdale 66,604 50,219 2,603 29,317 7,720 345,579 13,239 515,281 Miami Dade 6,787 13,952 1,047 8,953 4,548 134,272 1,403 170,961 Palm Beach 22,893 15,631 629 9,070 1,431 74,159 5,393 129,205 Broward 2,149 13,280 586 5,689 1,164 101,619 3,054 127,541 St. Lucie 9,592 1,922 88 859 350 8,588 494 21,894 Indian River 7,639 1,840 42 132 90 6,491 884 17,120 Martin 3,733 2,393 17 692 130 8,074 1,454 16,494 Hendry 8,449 188 66 3,424 0 1,488 16 13,632 Monroe 1,796 694 98 83 7 9,382 475 12,536 Okeechobee 2,837 287 20 374 0 1,376 24 4,916 Glades 729 32 10 41 0 129 41 982 Orlando 42,037 44,095 3,002 24,872 8,340 254,955 7,340 384,641 Orange 3,037 10,971 164 6,248 1,339 104,635 1,658 128,052 Polk 8,183 11,577 1,706 13,212 3,590 21,336 906 60,510 Seminole 628 6,124 45 575 940 24,269 382 32,964 Volusia 1,409 3,001 30 825 162 25,847 712 31,985 Brevard 690 2,880 88 297 427 25,384 1,173 30,940 Marion 6,647 2,819 236 1,338 728 12,416 512 24,696 Lake 2,638 2,635 213 1,371 480 11,686 299 19,321 Osceola 1,642 1,833 137 360 129 14,653 394 19,150 Highlands 7,909 466 47 78 127 3,524 292 12,444 Hardee 7,139 132 93 153 93 594 49 8,255 Citrus 561 691 82 75 61 4,821 391 6,683 Sumter 884 375 104 307 192 3,053 529 5,443 Flagler 671 591 54 33 71 2,736 42 4,199 Tampa St. Petersburg 17,016 22,278 18,607 18,808 5,163 158,160 3,073 243,103 Hillsborough 12,811 12,140 677 15,558 3,221 86,218 1,417 132,042 Pinellas 871 6,206 17,648 2,544 1,634 51,049 880 80,831 Pasco 2,757 3,047 127 676 276 14,747 477 22,108 Hernando 577 884 154 29 31 6,147 299 8,122 Sarasota Bradenton 33,441 20,341 1,116 6,240 1,580 95,383 9,402 167,504 Lee 1,718 6,263 340 635 362 33,568 2,737 45,624 Collier 11,303 4,320 338 223 145 18,908 3,697 38,934 Manatee 11,252 3,382 162 4,807 690 15,281 1,229 36,802 DeSoto 7,803 141 0 451 0 633 66 9,093 Sarasota 699 4,741 194 110 235 20,263 1,187 27,430 Charlotte 667 1,494 82 14 148 6,729 486 9,620 Jacksonville 5,174 9,826 447 13,309 10,993 80,303 2,098 122,151 Duval 1,070 6,464 180 13,007 5,287 55,338 913 82,259 St. Johns 1,050 1,212 16 218 315 11,565 832 15,209

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24 Region / County Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufac turing Forest Products Manufac turing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Nature based Recreation Total All Industry Groups Clay 470 1,146 204 9 452 7,428 102 9,811 Nassau 1,249 565 1 75 1,979 3,252 199 7,320 Putnam 1,099 268 46 0 2,960 2,023 51 6,447 Baker 237 171 0 0 0 696 0 1,105 Gainesville 11,642 2,806 275 2,609 2,660 24,350 204 44,546 Alachua 2,244 1,760 102 445 565 17,264 66 22,445 Suwannee 3,668 163 39 1,724 25 1,094 3 6,716 Columbia 759 194 2 180 605 3,000 49 4,790 Levy 1,712 101 28 27 52 1,189 10 3,120 Dixie 1,191 27 1 0 802 407 6 2,435 Bradford 420 102 82 102 216 844 24 1,790 Gilchrist 778 59 2 124 168 270 3 1,405 Lafayette 620 290 12 0 27 181 29 1,159 Union 250 110 6 7 200 101 13 687 Pensacola 2,642 4,253 577 716 2,097 38,073 743 49,102 Escambia 1,088 1,313 296 198 1,848 16,128 324 21,195 Okaloosa 487 1,392 103 245 31 13,419 295 15,973 Santa Rosa 691 846 172 62 89 4,408 78 6,346 Walton 377 703 6 210 129 4,119 45 5,588 Tallahassee 5,871 4,084 454 1,207 2,914 21,635 555 36,719 Leon 682 2,400 91 221 32 17,315 172 20,914 Gadsden 2,250 243 226 56 668 930 67 4,441 Taylor 714 60 71 181 1,535 771 13 3,345 Madison 733 9 0 603 83 506 36 1,969 Hamilton 362 1,059 0 0 0 263 37 1,721 Liberty 339 19 17 0 596 172 141 1,286 Wakulla 145 174 1 100 0 677 27 1,125 Jefferson 593 89 15 18 0 277 36 1,026 Franklin 53 31 32 28 0 724 25 893 Panama City 3,295 1,450 265 180 2,520 17,472 731 25,913 Bay 861 1,105 142 51 1,649 13,910 469 18,187 Jackson 881 77 87 29 561 1,663 77 3,375 Washington 344 181 21 20 15 565 52 1,197 Calhoun 492 15 11 0 139 445 39 1,142 Holmes 428 52 1 67 36 392 86 1,062 Gulf 289 20 2 13 120 498 9 950 Total All Regions 187,722 159,352 27,345 97,257 43,988 1,035,911 37,383 1,588,958 Source: IMPLAN (2009)

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25 Table 6 Summary of v alue a dded i mpacts by a griculture, n atural r esources and r elated i ndustry g roups in Florida r egions and c ounties, 2008 Region / County Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufac turing Forest Products Manufac turing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Nature based Recreation Total All Industry Groups Million dollars Miami Ft Lauderdale 2,237.0 1,584.3 315.6 2,398.0 607.7 16,635.7 834.6 24,612.9 Miami Dade 236.4 351.4 127.2 816.4 372.8 6,961.7 76.2 8,942.1 Broward 73.8 432.6 82.5 656.1 91.6 4,741.3 163.1 6,240.9 Palm Beach 802.3 544.1 67.0 554.3 111.1 3,384.6 379.7 5,843.1 St. Lucie 304.5 66.8 8.7 81.4 16.3 331.8 29.3 838.8 Martin 185.3 82.8 1.4 57.5 9.8 328.6 99.2 764.5 Indian River 272.9 60.7 7.5 11.4 5.2 300.7 51.5 709.9 Monroe 38.4 20.6 7.7 5.7 0.9 486.4 31.1 590.8 Hendry 192.6 6.1 7.4 187.5 0.0 50.6 0.6 444.7 Okeechobee 101.0 18.7 4.4 24.0 0.0 45.5 1.2 194.9 Glades 29.9 0.5 1.6 3.7 0.0 4.6 2.7 43.0 Orlando 1,370.0 2,054.6 402.2 1,991.3 610.7 10,653.7 366.2 17,448.7 Orange 83.0 416.8 18.5 530.6 127.7 5,031.3 108.6 6,316.4 Polk 230.5 850.1 225.7 1,016.5 279.9 788.9 42.4 3,434.1 Seminole 34.3 234.3 4.7 30.8 63.7 1,087.3 16.7 1,471.8 Volusia 44.1 97.0 2.7 65.1 8.9 944.8 31.8 1,194.4 Brevard 43.8 86.6 12.8 30.2 20.6 894.6 66.1 1,154.7 Marion 254.2 109.1 26.0 148.1 51.1 431.5 23.6 1,043.6 Osceola 79.0 58.1 32.9 27.4 5.9 607.0 17.9 828.2 Lake 94.7 99.5 24.3 105.8 25.3 392.2 11.9 753.7 Highlands 155.6 20.8 10.6 4.6 6.3 112.3 11.8 321.9 Hardee 261.2 6.6 15.4 10.9 4.3 21.2 1.6 321.2 Citrus 15.5 22.9 8.4 5.3 2.0 152.0 17.0 223.2 Sumter 33.1 26.1 12.0 11.3 11.3 101.0 14.8 209.7 Flagler 41.0 26.6 8.4 4.7 3.7 89.6 1.9 175.9 Tampa St. Petersburg 401.5 1,173.2 1,626.0 1,801.9 377.6 6,636.4 144.2 12,160.8 Hillsborough 271.5 810.0 97.9 1,530.4 246.0 3,922.3 61.7 6,939.9 Pinellas 24.1 213.8 1,500.8 215.7 114.1 2,042.1 49.7 4,160.3 Pasco 74.3 122.2 12.9 54.6 16.5 482.9 21.6 785.0 Hernando 31.6 27.3 14.3 1.2 1.0 189.1 11.2 275.6 Jacksonville 247.1 337.4 84.5 2,612.0 987.9 3,274.6 110.8 7,654.3 Duval 33.7 233.2 24.0 2,591.3 426.6 2,399.0 48.4 5,756.3 St. Johns 56.5 38.0 2.3 18.3 30.3 448.4 47.5 641.2 Nassau 80.7 17.4 0.0 2.2 202.0 118.2 9.6 430.3 Putnam 46.4 10.6 2.1 0.0 304.5 60.1 1.9 425.6 Clay 19.7 34.2 56.0 0.2 24.5 229.8 3.5 368.0 Baker 10.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 19.0 0.0 33.0 Sarasota Bradenton 1,064.9 763.0 148.6 547.0 105.5 3,914.1 611.7 7,154.8 Lee 60.5 238.4 42.2 51.0 20.0 1,389.0 181.9 1,982.9

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2 6 Region / County Crop, Livestock, Forestry, & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufac turing Forest Products Manufac turing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Nature based Recreation Total All Industry Groups Collier 344.0 166.1 44.8 17.2 13.4 881.8 264.5 1,731.9 Manatee 370.8 141.5 24.0 437.5 47.9 598.4 68.3 1,688.4 Sarasota 33.9 165.0 29.3 6.5 17.1 793.8 69.4 1,114.8 Charlotte 24.5 47.1 8.4 4.6 7.1 231.1 25.3 348.1 DeSoto 231.2 5.0 0.0 30.1 0.0 20.1 2.3 288.6 Gainesville 534.1 88.0 48.8 133.5 137.8 782.3 5.9 1,730.3 Alachua 102.1 56.8 11.3 25.7 30.8 568.8 1.6 797.1 Suwannee 134.9 5.1 3.1 78.2 1.5 33.8 0.1 256.8 Columbia 52.8 6.5 0.3 11.8 31.1 95.9 1.6 199.8 Levy 84.7 3.7 2.5 1.4 3.6 32.9 0.4 129.3 Bradford 38.9 2.6 29.3 6.7 11.9 22.1 0.6 112.2 Gilchrist 47.3 1.4 0.2 9.2 9.3 8.2 0.3 75.9 Dixie 24.0 0.4 0.2 0.0 40.0 10.5 0.2 75.3 Lafayette 39.6 5.0 1.4 0.0 0.7 7.0 0.7 54.4 Union 9.8 6.5 0.5 0.5 8.9 3.1 0.3 29.6 Pensacola 161.2 118.4 64.8 42.2 187.3 1,359.4 31.4 1,964.8 Escambia 62.0 35.7 24.9 9.8 170.1 590.5 14.2 907.2 Okaloosa 20.8 36.1 9.5 16.2 1.6 469.8 12.1 565.9 Walton 47.9 24.1 0.7 12.8 7.0 172.6 2.2 267.4 Santa Rosa 30.6 22.6 29.7 3.4 8.6 126.4 2.9 224.3 Tallahassee 281.4 199.9 39.3 74.9 237.1 655.0 20.2 1,507.9 Leon 13.8 63.0 8.2 14.3 1.8 519.8 7.2 628.1 Taylor 37.9 2.4 6.9 19.7 139.5 22.1 0.6 229.0 Gadsden 106.5 8.7 17.3 2.0 43.0 34.8 1.9 214.2 Hamilton 17.6 117.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 7.0 1.3 143.6 Madison 33.6 0.2 0.0 30.0 6.1 14.8 0.9 85.7 Liberty 15.8 0.8 2.2 0.0 46.6 5.2 3.6 74.1 Jefferson 49.5 2.5 1.9 1.1 0.0 8.2 2.0 65.3 Wakulla 5.3 4.1 0.2 6.4 0.0 17.5 1.3 34.8 Franklin 1.5 0.5 2.7 1.4 0.0 25.6 1.3 33.0 Panama City 186.7 49.0 25.7 9.2 184.7 653.9 33.7 1,142.9 Bay 47.6 35.4 15.1 3.2 136.9 552.5 26.2 817.0 Jackson 71.1 2.0 6.5 1.4 30.7 48.4 2.8 163.0 Calhoun 28.2 0.2 2.4 0.0 5.7 11.9 0.9 49.4 Gulf 12.5 0.8 0.2 0.7 9.0 17.2 0.3 40.7 Washington 9.4 9.5 1.1 1.1 0.7 13.9 1.3 37.0 Holmes 17.8 1.2 0.3 2.8 1.7 9.9 2.2 35.8 Total All Regions 6,483.8 6,367.7 2,755.5 9,610.0 3,436.4 44,565.1 2,158.7 75,377.3 Source: IMPLAN (2009)

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27 Figure 6 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of c rop, l ivestock, Forestry, and f isheries p roduction in Florida c ounties, 2008

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28 Figure 7 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of a gricultural i nputs and s ervices in Florida c ounties, 2008

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29 Figure 8 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of f ood and k indred p roduct m anufacturing in Florida c ounties, 2008

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30 Figure 9 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of f orest p roduct m anufacturing in Florida c ounties, 2008

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31 Figure 1 0 Map of v alue a dded i mpacts of n ature b ased r ecreation in Florida c ounties, 2008

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32 Literature and Information Sources Cited Hodges, Alan W. and M. Rahmani 2010. Economic c ontributions of Florida s a gricultural, n atural r esource, f ood and k indred p roduct m anufacturing and d istribution and s ervice i ndustries in 200 8. Electronic Data Information Source (EDIS) document FE829. University of Florida Food and Resource Economics Department, Gainesville, FL. Available at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/FE829 Johnson, K. and J. Kort. 2004. Redefinition of the BEA e conomic a reas Survey of Current Business 84 (11): 68 75. Available at http://www.bea.gov/scb/pdf/2004/11November/1104Econ Areas.pdf Minnesota IMPLAN Group ( MIG ), Inc 2009. IMPLAN Professional version 3.0 soft ware and 2008 Florida state county data package. Minnesota IMPLAN Group, Inc. Stillwater, MN ( Oct ober) Available at http://www.implan.com Miller, R. E. and P.D. Blair. 2009. Input Output Analysis: Foundations and Extensions Second Edition Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. U nited States Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA/NASS). 200 7 2007 Census of Agriculture Florida State and County Data, Vol ume 1, Geographic Area Series, P art 9 United States Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Washington, D.C. ( Feb ruary) U nited States Census Bureau State and County Population United States Census Bureau, Washington, D.C. Available at http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/12/12109.html U nited States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis (USDOC/BEA). 1970 200 8 Gross Domestic Product Implicit Price Deflator 1970 2008 United States Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis Washington, D.C. (Quarterly) Available at http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred/data/gdp/gdpdef Watson, P J Wilson, D. Thilmany, and S. Winter. 2007. Determining e conomic c ontributions and i mpacts: W hat is the difference and why do we care? Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 37 ( 2 ): 140 146. Available at http://www.jrap journal.org/pastvolumes/2000/v37/F37 2 6.pdf

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33 Appendix: Economic Profiles of Florida Counties I nformation for each of Florida s 67 counties is provided in the following pages including tables and charts that summarize economic contributions of all major industry groups, and contributions of the agriculture, natural resources and related industry groups and specific sectors. Industry groups and sectors are ordered in the tables according to value of direct out put. Charts for the entire economy in each county show direct value added, or contribution to gross regional product and employment by major industry groups. Charts are also presented for value added and employment impacts (including multiplier effects) f or just the agriculture, natural resources, and related industry groups within the economy. For each county, i nformation in T able A shows economic values and ranked standing for all major industry groups within the entire economy, while Table B shows values for specific sectors within the agriculture, natural resources and related industr y groups. Information is presented only for those industry sectors that are present in the county, i.e. having industry output greater than zero, so some coun ties have much longer or shorter tables, depending upon the number of industries.

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34 31 69 117 134 146 213 219 235 344 386 502 599 637 647 971 1,146 2,445 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Education Utilities Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Construction Manufacturing Retail Trade Households Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 332 1,430 1,721 2,002 2,246 2,827 3,232 3,989 4,446 5,369 7,798 8,510 12,258 13,141 18,697 20,055 34,821 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Utilities Education Households Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Health Care Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 11 26 31 57 102 569 0 200 400 600 Nature-based Recreation Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 66 102 445 565 1,760 2,244 17,264 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Nature-based Recreation Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Alachua County Alachua County is located in the Gainesville economic region of north central Florida. T otal county population in 2009 was 243,574. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $8.84 billion in 2008. Total output or revenue of all indu stry groups was $14.97 billion and total employment was 142, 874 full time and part time jobs. The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Governm ent Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing and Agriculture and R elated as shown in T able A The county had total domestic and international imports of $6. 85 billion and exports of $4. 74 billion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 17.08 billion. Industry groups with the highest employment were Government (34,821 jobs) Agriculture and R elated ( 20,055 jobs) and Health Care (18,697 jobs). Industry groups with the highest t otal value added were Government ($2.44 billion), Health Care ($1.15 billion), a nd Real Estate and Financial Services ($970.8 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups i n the county was 1.17 (total output impacts/direct outp ut). The highest imputed multipliers were for Health Care (1.39), Education (1.36), Manufacturing (1.27), and Social Services and Organizations (1.27). The average employment multiplier was 11.0 jobs per million dollars of output. The highest employment mu ltipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 22.6 ), Education ( 22.4 ), and Retail Trade ( 17.2 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.88, with Health Care having the highest ratio ( 2.31 ) In Alachua County Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 5 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direc t output in 2008 was $1.3 5 billion. Total exports of this industry group were $ 610.0 million and imports were $ 592 .4 million. The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.33 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.61 billion and total employment impacts were 22,445 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 797.1 million, including $95.8 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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35 Groups within the A gricultur e, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($894.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($151.3 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($116.9 mil l ion) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (17,264 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 2,244 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,760 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($568.8 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 102.1 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($56.8 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 71 percent of output, compared to 45 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 32 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1.23) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (1.20) and higher than all industries in the county (1.17) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier (14.8 jobs p er million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries (16.6) and high er than all industries (12.7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($583.1 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($209.7 million), and Soft drinks and ice manufacturing ($ 10 3 .5 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 12,512 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 3,943 jobs), and Landscape services ( 883 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($343.5 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($157.2 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($57.3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.20 with Mining having the highest (1.28). The average employment multiplier was 16.6, with Food an d Kindred Products Distribution having the highest (19.3). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.01 with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ratio (1.34 ). The following tables show detailed information for all major industry gr oups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Table B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Alachua County, Florida, 2008 All Industry Groups Output ( M $) Exports ( M $) Imports ( M $) Apparent Consumption (M $) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M $ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 2,501.4 59.2 51.0 2,493.2 34,821 2,444.7 1.01 14.1 1.00 Health Care 1,965.0 1,225.6 110.0 849.5 18,697 1,146.2 1.39 13.1 2.31 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,610.7 390.6 871.5 2,091.6 8,510 970.8 1.16 6.7 0.77 Manufacturing 1,484.5 1,082.1 2,468.2 2,870.6 4,446 385.7 1.27 5.2 0.52 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,348.4 610.0 1,235.2 1,973.6 20,055 647.2 1.20 16.6 0.68 Professional and Technical Services 1,141.6 315.8 582.0 1,407.8 13,141 636.8 1.18 13.3 0.81 Construction 946.5 147.3 6.2 805.5 7,798 343.7 1.09 9.1 1.18 Households 862.4 0.0 2.9 865.3 1,721 599.0 1.00 2.0 1.00 Retail Trade 731.8 68.1 110.6 774.3 12,258 501.7 1.05 17.2 0.95 Information and Communications 600.4 263.3 415.5 752.6 2,002 234.6 1.24 5.5 0.80 Consumer Services 383.8 71.9 126.5 438.4 3,989 213.1 1.09 11.3 0.88 Wholesale Trade 342.0 36.0 140.8 446.8 2,246 218.6 1.05 7.1 0.77 Social Services & Organizations 268.7 89.4 58.4 237.7 5,369 117.0 1.27 22.6 1.13 Utilities 242.0 176.1 265.7 331.5 332 68.7 1.07 2.0 0.73 Travel and Entertainment Services 236.8 65.1 99.8 271.5 3,232 134.4 1.18 15.4 0.87 Transportation 229.7 96.2 263.0 396.6 2,827 146.1 1.21 14.3 0.58 Education 74.7 44.2 40.8 71.3 1,430 31.4 1.36 22.4 1.05 Total 14,970.4 4,740.8 6,848.1 17,077.7 142,874 8,839.4 1.17 11.0 0.88

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36 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Alachua County, Florida, 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 151.3 107.2 167.5 211.5 1,874 185.6 2,244 102.1 4.9 1.23 14.8 0.72 Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture production 41.6 33.1 3.6 12.0 363 49.1 436 39.9 0.8 1.18 10.5 3.45 Fruit farming 17.5 6.9 120.1 130.8 273 19.3 294 12.2 0.5 1.10 16.7 0.13 Forestry, forest products, and timber tract 13.8 13.8 3.1 3.1 26 18.8 106 7.5 0.7 1.36 7.6 4.50 Vegetable and melon farming 12.3 6.3 9.6 15.6 60 13.5 73 8.9 0.2 1.10 5.9 0.79 All other crop farming 12.0 6.6 4.9 10.3 89 13.8 108 5.6 0.7 1.15 9.0 1.17 Poultry and egg production 12.0 7.5 2.3 6.9 24 13.8 37 2.9 0.1 1.15 3.1 1.75 Cattle ranching and farming 11.3 9.1 0.7 2.9 122 16.6 171 4.1 0.5 1.47 15.1 3.92 Support activities for agriculture and f orestry 8.0 7.9 7.1 7.2 284 13.8 341 9.6 0.5 1.73 42.7 1.11 Dairy cattle and milk production 6.2 5.8 0.1 0.5 72 7.5 84 3.1 0.2 1.21 13.6 13.26 Animal production, except cattle and poultry 3.8 1.6 1.3 3.6 105 4.2 109 2.3 0.1 1.10 28.5 1.07 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 3.5 0.0 0.2 306 4.8 322 2.3 0.2 1.30 87.4 17.26 Commercial logging 3.0 0.2 2.7 5.6 15 3.1 16 0.9 0.0 1.02 5.2 0.55 Commercial f ishing 2.9 2.2 6.3 7.0 90 3.4 95 0.8 0.1 1.20 33.2 0.41 Tree nut farming 1.8 1.4 0.9 1.2 16 2.1 20 1.2 0.1 1.21 11.6 1.51 Tobacco farming 0.8 0.8 0.0 0.0 20 1.1 22 0.4 0.0 1.34 27.7 35.43 Grain farming 0.5 0.5 4.8 4.8 9 0.6 10 0.3 0.0 1.18 19.5 0.11 Agricultural Inputs & Services 94.3 37.5 21.8 78.6 1,587 112.7 1,760 56.8 3.0 1.19 18.7 1.20 Landscape services 44.0 14.7 7.3 36.7 817 50.9 883 27.9 1.4 1.16 20.1 1.20 Veterinary services 35.4 16.9 1.0 19.5 519 44.3 602 20.0 1.2 1.25 17.0 1.82 Pest control services 13.5 4.5 2.2 11.2 250 15.6 270 8.6 0.4 1.16 20.1 1.20 Fertilizer manufacturing 1.5 1.4 11.2 11.3 1 1.9 4 0.4 0.0 1.27 2.9 0.13 Mining 15.3 11.6 168.8 172.4 65 19.5 102 11.3 0.6 1.28 6.7 0.09 Mining and quarrying stone 8.0 7.5 10.3 10.9 35 10.9 61 6.6 0.3 1.36 7.6 0.74 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minerals 4.7 2.9 2.5 4.3 21 5.7 29 3.3 0.2 1.21 6.2 1.10 Drilling oil and gas wells 1.6 1.2 1.3 1.7 8 1.9 10 1.1 0.0 1.19 6.2 0.94 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.9 0.0 154.6 155.5 2 1.0 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.01 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 116.9 100.3 90.9 107.5 232 145.5 445 25.7 1.7 1.24 3.8 1.09 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 103.5 99.2 55.6 59.9 161 131.7 370 24.2 1.6 1.27 3.6 1.73 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 7.1 0.2 19.7 26.6 56 7.2 56 1.1 0.0 1.01 7.9 0.27 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 5.7 0.4 6.1 11.4 13 5.9 14 0.3 0.0 1.03 2.5 0.50 Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate 0.6 0.6 9.5 9.5 3 0.8 4 0.1 0.0 1.26 6.1 0.06 Forest Products Manufacturing 69.6 38.8 38.5 69.3 411 88.3 565 30.8 1.6 1.27 8.1 1.00 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 19.0 14.4 2.2 6.8 167 27.2 234 10.7 0.5 1.43 12.3 2.80 Stationery product manufacturing 18.2 17.3 5.2 6.0 60 24.8 117 7.7 0.5 1.37 6.5 3.02 Wood windows and doors and millwork mfg 12.2 0.5 7.8 19.5 77 12.4 79 4.0 0.1 1.02 6.5 0.62 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 10.1 4.8 3.0 8.4 49 12.7 68 5.0 0.4 1.25 6.8 1.21 Sawmills and wood preservation 6.4 0.5 19.2 25.1 27 6.6 29 1.6 0.0 1.04 4.6 0.25 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 3.9 1.4 1.1 3.6 31 4.6 37 1.8 0.1 1.18 9.5 1.08 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 894.6 314.5 85.5 665.6 15,819 1,053.5 17,264 568.8 83.9 1.18 19.3 1.34 Food services and drinking places 583.1 232.0 40.6 391.7 11,483 697.0 12,512 343.5 36.2 1.20 21.5 1.49 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 209.7 72.9 8.8 145.6 3,572 249.8 3,943 157.2 33.3 1.19 18.8 1.44 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 85.5 9.0 35.2 111.7 561 90.1 604 57.3 12.0 1.05 7.1 0.77 Retail lawn and garden centers 16.3 0.6 0.8 16.6 202 16.6 205 10.8 2.5 1.02 12.6 0.98 Nature based Recreation 6.3 0.0 19.5 25.8 66 6.3 66 1.6 0.2 1.00 10.5 0.24 Golf courses 5.2 0.0 16.1 21.3 55 5.2 55 1.3 0.1 1.00 10.5 0.24 Recreational fishing 1.1 0.0 3.4 4.4 11 1.1 11 0.3 0.0 1.00 10.5 0.24 Total 1,348.4 610.0 592.4 1,330.8 20,055 1,611.4 22,445 797.1 95.8 1.20 16.6 1.01

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37 0 1 1 5 6 8 9 9 12 13 30 30 31 31 46 66 156 0 50 100 150 200 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Manufacturing Information and Communications Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Construction Households Transportation Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 3 14 28 66 98 109 120 203 291 374 417 675 818 856 1,039 1,123 2,883 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Utilities Education Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Manufacturing Households Real Estate and Financial Services Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Social Services & Organizations Health Care Retail Trade Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Transportation Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 171 237 696 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries 4 10 19 33 0 10 20 30 40 Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution BAKER Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries Baker County Baker County is located in the Jacksonville economic region of north central Florida. T otal county population in 2009 was 26,336. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $455.4 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $7 63.5 million and total employment was 9,116 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output wer e Government, Construction, Transportation, Agriculture and R elated, and Households as shown in T able A The county had total domestic and international imports of $816.0 million and exports of $212.5 million. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $1.37 billion Industry groups with the highest employment were Government (2,883 jobs), Transportation (1,123 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated (1,039 jobs). Industry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($156 million), Transportation ($65.6 millio n), and Households ($46.4 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in this county was 1.07 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed multipliers were for Transportation (1.23), Social Services and Organizati ons (1.18), and Health Care (1.16) The average employment multiplier was 12.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (25.5), Retail Trade (19.0), and Consumer Services (18.8). The ave rage o utput/ c onsumption ratio in this county was 0.56, with Transportation having the highest ratio ( 2.80 ) In Baker County Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 4 th in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $66.9 million Total exports of this industry group were $22.2 million and total imports were $25.4 million. The a pparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services was $70.1 million. T otal output impacts of these industries were $72.1 million and total employment impacts were 1, 105 jobs. Total value added impacts were $33 million, including $3 .6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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38 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($36.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($23.1 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($7.3 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (696 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (237 jobs) ; and Agricul tural Inputs and Services (171 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($19.0 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ($10.0 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($4.0 m illion). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 76 percent of output, compared to 33 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B), and 28 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .18 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1.08 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 07 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 10.3 jobs per million do llars output) than all Agric ulture and R elated industries (16. 5 ) and low er than all industries (1 2 7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($24.0 million), Reta il stores food and beverage ($10.1 million), and Poultry and egg production ($7.3 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (492 jobs), Retail stores food and beverage (178 jobs), and Landscape services (127 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($11.1 million), Retail stores food and beverage ($6.3 million), and Landscape services ($2.9 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agricultur e and R elated in dustry groups was 1.08 with Crop Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest (1.18). The average employment multiplier was 16.5 with Agricultural Inputs and Services group having the highest (23.6). The average outpu t/consumption ratio was 0.95, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio (2.75) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A gricultur e, N atural R esources and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Baker County, Florida, 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 175.8 2.7 1.9 175.0 2,883 156.0 1.00 16.4 1.00 Construction 96.1 0.0 73.3 169.4 856 30.9 1.00 8.9 0.57 Transportation 90.6 77.0 18.7 32.3 1,123 65.6 1.23 15.0 2.80 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 66.9 22.2 100.4 145.1 1,039 30.8 1.08 16.5 0.46 Households 66.8 0.0 0.1 66.8 120 46.4 1.00 1.8 1.00 Health Care 60.7 38.2 44.8 67.3 675 29.9 1.16 12.9 0.90 Retail Trade 45.1 15.7 31.0 60.3 818 30.2 1.08 19.0 0.75 Manufacturing 37.7 32.2 216.9 222.4 109 9.0 1.08 3.7 0.17 Real Estate and Financial Services 27.9 1.2 111.3 138.1 203 13.3 1.01 7.4 0.20 Information and Communications 27.1 6.7 33.1 53.5 98 9.4 1.07 4.1 0.51 Professional and Technical Services 23.3 5.6 83.5 101.2 374 12.1 1.06 16.7 0.23 Social Services & Organizations 17.6 8.5 10.4 19.5 417 6.5 1.18 25.5 0.90 Consumer Services 15.7 1.5 22.3 36.5 291 8.1 1.02 18.8 0.43 Wholesale Trade 7.9 0.8 27.6 34.8 66 4.9 1.02 8.6 0.23 Travel and Entertainment Services 1.9 0.0 17.6 19.4 28 0.9 1.00 15.0 0.10 Utilities 1.3 0.0 16.9 18.2 3 1.0 1.00 1.9 0.07 Education 0.9 0.0 6.0 6.9 14 0.5 1.00 15.2 0.13 Total 763.5 212.5 816.0 1,367.0 9,116 455.4 1.07 12.7 0.56

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39 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Baker County, Florid a 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumpt ion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 23.1 17.7 3.0 8.4 183 27.1 237 10.0 0.4 1.18 10.3 2.75 Poultry and egg production 7.6 6.2 0.0 1.4 12 9.0 20 1.8 0.1 1.18 2.6 5.43 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 3.6 2.7 0.2 1.1 25 3.9 28 3.2 0.0 1.06 7.7 3.17 Cattle ranching and farming 3.0 2.3 0.0 0.7 26 3.9 34 0.8 0.1 1.31 11.4 4.02 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 2.2 2.2 0.4 0.4 4 2.9 30 1.1 0.1 1.35 14.1 5.36 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 2.0 0.0 0.0 19 2.2 22 0.9 0.0 1.09 10.5 45.40 Commercial logging 1.2 0.9 0.0 0.3 6 1.6 10 0.5 0.0 1.37 8.2 3.72 Commercial f ishing 0.9 0.9 0.4 0.5 30 1.0 31 0.2 0.0 1.10 34.0 1.99 Fruit farming 0.8 0.3 0.4 0.9 9 0.8 10 0.5 0.0 1.06 13.8 0.87 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.7 0.0 0.6 1.3 40 0.7 40 0.5 0.0 1.00 55.5 0.53 Vegetable and melon farming 0.6 0.0 0.7 1.3 2 0.6 2 0.4 0.0 1.00 4.0 0.48 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.3 8 0.4 8 0.2 0.0 1.05 22.3 1.20 Tree nut farming 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.13 15.9 0.93 Agricultural Inputs & Services 7.3 4.3 2.8 5.7 161 8.3 171 4.0 0.2 1.14 23.6 1.27 Landscape services 5.2 3.3 0.5 2.4 119 6.0 127 2.9 0.1 1.15 24.2 2.16 Pest control services 1.6 1.0 0.1 0.7 36 1.8 39 0.9 0.0 1.15 24.2 2.16 Veterinary services 0.4 0.0 2.1 2.6 6 0.4 6 0.2 0.0 1.00 14.0 0.17 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 36.6 0.2 19.6 56.0 696 36.6 696 19.0 3.0 1.00 19.0 0.65 Food services and drinking places 24.0 0.0 10.8 34.8 492 24.0 492 11.1 1.2 1.00 20.5 0.69 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 10.1 0.0 1.1 11.2 178 10.1 178 6.3 1.5 1.00 17.7 0.90 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 2.0 0.2 6.9 8.7 17 2.0 17 1.3 0.3 1.02 8.6 0.23 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.5 0.0 0.8 1.3 9 0.5 9 0.3 0.1 1.00 17.0 0.40 Total 66.9 22.2 25.4 70.1 1,039 72.1 1,105 33.0 3.6 1.08 16.5 0.95

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40 3 65 77 112 152 170 171 264 289 345 380 408 426 484 527 865 1,672 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Education Utilities Social Services & Organizations Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Consumer Services Manufacturing Construction Households Retail Trade Health Care Professional and Technical Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 200 220 1,041 1,949 1,982 2,500 2,807 2,864 3,171 4,007 6,935 7,696 8,104 8,572 9,720 13,832 19,098 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 Utilities Education Households Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Health Care Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 3 15 26 35 48 137 553 0 200 400 600 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 51 142 469 861 1,105 1,649 13,910 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Bay County Bay County is located in the Panama City economic region on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. T otal county population in 2009 was 164,767 Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $6.41 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $11.02 billion and total employment was 94,697 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, Manufacturing, Agriculture and R elated, and Construction as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and international imports of $5.81 billion and exports of $3.14 billion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $13 .68 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government (19,098 jobs), Agriculture and R elated (13,832 jobs), and Retail Trade (9,720 jobs) Industry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($1.67 billion), Real E state and Financial Services ($864.7 million), and Agriculture and R elated ($527.0 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.24 (total output impacts/direct output ) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services (1.52), Information and Communications (1.47), and Consumer Services (1.44 ). The average employment multiplier was 10.8 jobs per million d ollars output. The highest employmen t multipliers were for Education (22.5), Social Services and Organizations (21.1), and Retail Trade (18.9). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.81, with Consumer Services having the highest ratio ( 1.53 ) In B a y County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $1.1 7 billion Total exports of this industry group were $597.2 million and total imports were $278.0 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $846.1 million. T otal output impact s of these industries were $1.64 billion and total employment impacts were 18,187 jobs. Total value added impacts were $817 million including $85.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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41 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($706.6 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($250.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($71.1 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Service s ($69.6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (13,910 jobs), Forest Products Manufacturing (1,649 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services (1,105 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impa cts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($552.5 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 136 9 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($47.6 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 19 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 29 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .41 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1.40) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.24 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 12.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agric ulture and R elated industries (15.6 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.8 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($506.5), Paper mills ($ 2 31.1 million), and Retail stores food and beverage ($119.0). Sectors with t he highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (10,890 jobs), Retail stores food and beverage (2,246 jobs), and Paper mills (1,498 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($398.2 mill ion), Paper mills ($128.1 million), and Retail stores food and beverage ($96.2 million). The a verage imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry groups was 1.40, with Forest Products Man ufacturing having the highest (1.58) The average employment multiplier was 15.6, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest (19.7). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.38, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 3 32 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Table B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Bay County, Florida, 2008 A ll Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 1,734.4 9.6 82.8 1,807.7 19,098 1,671.5 1.00 11.1 0.96 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,253.8 512.8 583.1 1,324.1 8,104 864.7 1.42 10.5 0.95 Manufacturing 1,229.3 745.4 2,317.8 2,801.7 2,864 288.8 1.34 5.3 0.44 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,165.4 597.2 717.6 1,285.7 13,832 527.0 1.40 15.6 0.91 Construction 939.8 46.5 9.8 903.1 7,696 344.8 1.04 8.6 1.04 Professional and Technical Services 842.0 129.9 822.2 1,534.3 8,572 484.2 1.14 11.6 0.55 Health Care 654.0 128.2 158.1 684.0 6,935 425.6 1.19 12.4 0.96 Retail Trade 602.1 160.3 71.7 513.6 9,720 407.8 1.27 18.9 1.17 Households 546.7 0.0 1.6 548.4 1,041 379.8 1.00 1.9 1.00 Information and Communications 545.7 282.4 344.0 607.3 1,949 170.9 1.47 7.6 0.90 Consumer Services 454.1 220.9 63.1 296.3 4,007 263.6 1.44 13.2 1.53 Travel and Entertainment Services 284.3 156.9 69.1 196.5 2,807 152.3 1.52 15.0 1.45 Wholesale Trade 269.1 28.3 112.1 352.9 1,982 170.0 1.10 8.4 0.76 Transportation 226.8 76.0 175.6 326.4 2,500 112.1 1.29 14.1 0.69 Social Services & Organizations 170.3 47.1 39.4 162.6 3,171 76.7 1.26 21.1 1.05 Utilities 89.0 0.3 164.4 253.0 200 64.6 1.00 2.3 0.35 Education 9.8 0.0 73.4 83.2 220 3.4 1.00 22.5 0.12 Total 11,016.6 3,141.7 5,805.9 13,680.8 94,697 6,407.9 1.24 10.8 0.81

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42 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Bay County, Florida, 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 71.1 41.5 40.3 69.9 544 100.4 861 47.6 2.4 1.41 12.1 1.02 Commercial logging 24.7 1.7 0.2 23.2 124 26.2 136 7.8 0.3 1.06 5.5 1.06 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 16.8 16.8 8.0 8.0 31 28.6 182 13.2 1.1 1.70 10.8 2.10 Vegetable and melon farming 10.6 7.6 7.6 10.6 21 16.8 82 11.1 0.4 1.59 7.7 1.00 Commercial f ishing 6.0 5.4 4.9 5.4 180 8.6 206 2.8 0.2 1.44 34.6 1.09 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 5.3 3.6 6.3 7.9 169 8.3 198 6.2 0.2 1.58 37.7 0.66 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 3.9 3.2 6.6 7.3 14 6.7 40 5.1 0.2 1.72 10.4 0.53 Poultry and egg production 3.5 2.8 3.1 3.9 3 4.5 12 1.2 0.1 1.29 3.3 0.91 Cattle ranching and farming 0.2 0.2 0.5 0.6 1 0.3 2 0.1 0.0 1.44 8.2 0.41 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.2 0.2 3.0 3.0 2 0.3 3 0.2 0.0 1.68 17.4 0.07 Agricultural Inputs & Services 69.6 11.1 12.5 71.0 1,030 77.3 1,105 35.4 1.6 1.11 15.9 0.98 Landscape services 32.1 7.6 6.1 30.6 639 37.6 692 20.2 1.0 1.17 21.6 1.05 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 14.7 1.2 0.1 13.5 39 15.2 43 2.4 0.0 1.03 2.9 1.08 Veterinary services 13.1 0.0 4.4 17.5 157 13.1 158 6.6 0.3 1.00 12.1 0.75 Pest control services 9.8 2.3 1.9 9.4 196 11.5 212 6.2 0.3 1.17 21.6 1.05 Mining 22.0 11.0 32.8 43.8 53 31.7 142 15.1 0.9 1.44 6.5 0.50 Extraction of oil and natural gas 10.8 0.3 21.8 32.2 26 11.0 28 2.2 0.2 1.03 2.6 0.33 Mining and quarrying stone 9.3 8.7 6.8 7.3 21 17.1 93 10.7 0.5 1.84 10.0 1.27 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 2.0 2.0 4.3 4.3 6 3.6 21 2.3 0.1 1.84 10.9 0.46 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 10.4 8.6 94.8 96.5 22 13.8 51 3.2 0.2 1.32 4.9 0.11 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 6.6 6.2 37.0 37.4 10 8.8 29 2.2 0.1 1.34 4.4 0.18 Frozen food manufacturing 2.5 2.3 13.6 13.8 9 3.6 18 0.9 0.1 1.45 7.5 0.18 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 1.3 0.1 44.1 45.3 3 1.4 3 0.1 0.0 1.03 2.6 0.03 Forest Products Manufacturing 250.6 207.1 32.0 75.6 456 395.7 1,649 136.9 9.1 1.58 6.6 3.32 Paper mills 231.1 202.3 21.2 50.0 335 372.8 1,498 128.1 8.8 1.61 6.5 4.62 Wood windows and doors and millwork 18.4 4.8 6.0 19.7 110 21.8 140 8.5 0.3 1.18 7.6 0.94 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 1.1 0.0 4.8 5.9 11 1.1 11 0.3 0.0 1.02 10.2 0.19 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 706.6 296.1 62.2 472.7 11,449 961.3 13,910 552.5 69.1 1.36 19.7 1.49 Food services and drinking places 506.5 255.8 28.0 278.7 8,842 720.7 10,890 398.2 38.3 1.42 21.5 1.82 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 119.0 29.8 5.7 94.8 1,940 149.4 2,246 96.2 19.1 1.26 18.9 1.25 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 67.3 7.1 28.0 88.2 496 74.2 567 47.0 9.4 1.10 8.4 0.76 Retail lawn and garden centers 13.8 3.3 0.5 11.0 172 17.1 206 11.1 2.2 1.25 15.0 1.25 Nature based Recreation 35.1 21.8 3.4 16.6 278 54.9 469 26.2 2.4 1.56 13.3 2.11 Golf courses 29.1 18.1 2.8 13.8 230 45.5 388 21.7 2.0 1.56 13.3 2.11 Recreational fishing 6.1 3.8 0.6 2.9 48 9.5 81 4.5 0.4 1.56 13.3 2.11 T otal 1,165.4 597.2 278.0 846.1 13,832 1,635.2 18,187 817.0 85.7 1.40 15.6 1.38

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43 0 3 4 12 13 18 19 20 21 22 27 31 34 42 50 93 167 0 50 100 150 200 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Social Services & Organizations Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing Utilities Health Care Transportation Retail Trade Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 16 39 58 87 122 239 289 385 396 427 484 591 663 709 936 1,474 2,863 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 Education Utilities Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing Consumer Services Households Professional and Technical Services Social Services & Organizations Construction Health Care Transportation Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 3 7 12 22 29 39 0 10 20 30 40 50 Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Mining Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 24 82 102 102 216 420 844 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Bradford County Bradford County is located in the Gainesville economic region of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 29,235. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $574.8 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $1.03 billion and total employment was 9,776 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output we re Agriculture and R elated, Government, Manufacturing, Households and Tra nsportation as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $958.3 million and exports of $342.7 million Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $1.64 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government (2,863 jobs), Agriculture and R elated (1,474 jobs), and Retail Trade (936 jobs) Industry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($166.8 million), Agriculture and R elated ($92.9 million), and Households ($49.8 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (1.22), Transportation (1.21), and Agriculture and R elated (1.20 ) The average employment multiplier was 10.4 jobs per million dollars output The highest employment multipliers were for Education (25.8), Consumer Services (17.4), and Retail Trade (15.9) The average output/consumption rati o for all industry groups in this county was 0.63, with Social Services and Organization s having the highest ratio ( 2.33 ) In B radford County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in t his county direct output in 2008 was $208.4 million Total exports of this industry group were $108.9 million and total imports were $43.3 million. The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $142.8 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $249.6 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,790 jobs. Total value added impacts w ere $11 2.2 million, including $8.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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44 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated industries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($70.6 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($43.6 million) ; Mining ($38.1 million), and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($25.2 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution (844 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (420 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing (216 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($3 8 .9 million) ; Mining ($29.3) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($22.1 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 64 percent of output, compared to 52 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 33 percent for all industries (Ta ble A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .12 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1.20) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.10 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 6.0 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries (8.6 ) and lower than all industries ( 10.4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Mining gold silver and other metal ores ($36.2 million) ; Vegetable and melon farming ($34.1 million) ; and Food services and drinking places ($28.4 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (618 jobs) Retail stores food and beverage (18 6 j obs) and Sawmills and wood preservation (174 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Mining gold, silver, and other metal ores ($28.4 million) Vegetable and melon farming ($25.5 million) and Food services and drinking places ($12.5 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry groups was 1.20 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest (1.67). The average employment multiplier was 8.6 with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest (19.3). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.46 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio (3.75) The following tables show detailed information for all major indust ry groups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Table B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Bradford County, Florida, 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Export s (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 208.4 108.9 118.9 218.4 1,474 92.9 1.20 8.6 0.95 Government 188.5 0.6 3.3 191.2 2,863 166.8 1.00 15.2 0.99 Manufacturing 97.7 77.5 275.4 295.6 289 21.8 1.16 4.4 0.33 Households 71.1 1.2 0.0 69.8 396 49.8 1.01 5.6 1.02 Transportation 69.1 51.0 28.0 46.1 709 34.0 1.21 13.2 1.50 Construction 64.9 0.0 105.6 170.6 591 19.9 1.00 9.1 0.38 Retail Trade 62.1 17.1 18.0 63.0 936 42.0 1.08 15.9 0.99 Health Care 50.9 10.1 35.2 76.0 663 31.2 1.07 13.7 0.67 Social Services & Organizations 49.1 39.7 11.6 21.1 484 19.0 1.22 12.1 2.33 Utilities 35.6 23.4 7.6 19.8 39 27.1 1.08 1.9 1.79 Real Estate and Financial Services 35.3 3.8 130.9 162.3 239 20.6 1.04 7.2 0.22 Professional and Technical Services 34.3 1.1 100.0 133.2 427 17.5 1.01 12.6 0.26 Consumer Services 22.8 3.7 22.9 41.9 385 12.8 1.05 17.4 0.54 Wholesale Trade 18.8 2.0 27.2 44.1 122 12.1 1.03 6.8 0.43 Information and Communications 13.1 2.6 50.1 60.6 58 4.1 1.03 4.8 0.22 Travel and Entertainment Services 5.8 0.0 16.3 22.1 87 2.9 1.00 15.0 0.26 Education 0.6 0.0 7.3 7.9 16 0.2 1.00 25.8 0.08 Total 1,028.0 342.7 958.3 1,643.5 9,776 574.8 1.10 10.4 0.63

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45 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Bradford County, Florida, 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Ou tput / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 70.6 45.0 5.9 31.5 303 79.2 420 38.9 1.3 1.12 6.0 2.24 Vegetable and melon farming 34.1 31.7 0.7 3.2 64 38.8 149 25.5 0.6 1.14 4.4 10.74 Commercial logging 11.8 1.8 0.1 10.1 58 12.7 66 3.8 0.1 1.08 5.6 1.17 Dairy cattle and milk production 7.2 3.7 0.1 3.6 32 8.0 39 3.1 0.1 1.10 5.5 2.01 Poultry and egg production 6.4 5.1 0.1 1.4 5 7.7 12 1.6 0.1 1.20 1.9 4.45 Cattle ranching and farming 4.0 0.8 0.3 3.5 17 4.5 20 0.9 0.1 1.13 4.9 1.15 All other crop farming 3.1 1.4 0.6 2.2 9 3.4 14 1.3 0.2 1.10 4.6 1.38 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.2 0.0 1.1 3.3 105 2.2 105 1.5 0.0 1.00 47.1 0.67 Fruit farming 0.7 0.3 0.9 1.4 4 0.8 5 0.5 0.0 1.08 7.7 0.52 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.7 0.0 0.9 1.5 7 0.7 7 0.4 0.0 1.01 10.6 0.44 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 1 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.18 8.9 1.66 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 0.2 0.0 1.1 1.2 1 0.2 1 0.1 0.0 1.02 6.1 0.14 Agricultural Inputs & Services 5.5 0.2 1.9 7.1 101 5.6 102 2.6 0.1 1.01 18.4 0.77 Landscape services 2.7 0.2 0.6 3.2 52 2.8 53 1.5 0.1 1.02 19.6 0.86 Veterinary services 2.0 0.0 1.0 3.0 33 2.0 33 0.7 0.0 1.00 16.5 0.66 Pest control services 0.8 0.1 0.2 1.0 16 0.8 16 0.4 0.0 1.02 19.6 0.86 Mining 38.1 31.6 9.5 16.0 35 47.8 82 29.3 2.6 1.25 2.1 2.38 Mining gold silver and other metal ore 36.2 31.2 0.6 5.7 32 45.9 78 28.4 2.6 1.27 2.1 6.40 Drilling oil and gas wells 1.4 0.4 0.4 1.5 2 1.4 3 0.8 0.0 1.04 2.1 0.93 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.6 0.0 8.4 8.9 1 0.6 1 0.2 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.06 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 25.2 11.1 2.8 17.0 63 31.8 102 6.7 0.3 1.26 4.1 1.49 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 8.3 4.9 0.9 4.3 12 12.1 33 2.5 0.1 1.46 4.0 1.92 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 8.2 0.8 0.7 8.1 17 9.0 21 1.3 0.0 1.09 2.6 1.01 All other food manufacturing 7.2 5.4 0.2 2.0 24 9.2 38 2.5 0.1 1.28 5.3 3.55 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 1.5 0.0 1.0 2.5 10 1.5 10 0.5 0.0 1.01 6.4 0.61 Forest Products Manufacturing 23.6 19.4 2.1 6.3 109 39.5 216 11.9 0.5 1.67 9.1 3.75 Sawmills and wood preservation 19.0 16.1 1.4 4.2 82 32.9 174 9.4 0.4 1.74 9.2 4.47 All other miscellaneous wood product 2.5 1.9 0.2 0.8 15 3.6 24 1.5 0.0 1.44 9.3 3.13 Wood windows and doors and millwork 2.1 1.3 0.5 1.3 13 2.9 18 1.1 0.0 1.37 8.7 1.68 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 43.6 0.5 19.7 62.7 842 43.8 844 22.1 3.5 1.00 19.3 0.70 Food services and drinking places 28.4 0.0 10.4 38.8 618 28.4 618 12.5 1.3 1.00 21.7 0.73 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 9.9 0.0 1.7 11.6 186 9.9 186 6.1 1.4 1.00 18.9 0.85 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 4.7 0.5 6.8 11.0 30 4.8 32 3.1 0.7 1.03 6.8 0.43 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.6 0.0 0.7 1.3 7 0.6 7 0.4 0.1 1.00 12.1 0.46 Nature based Recreation 1.7 1.1 1.6 2.2 20 2.0 24 0.6 0.1 1.17 14.1 0.77 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.2 1.1 0.0 0.1 16 1.5 19 0.5 0.1 1.23 15.4 9.38 Golf courses 0.4 0.0 1.3 1.7 4 0.4 4 0.1 0.0 1.00 10.6 0.22 Recreational fishing 0.1 0.0 0.3 0.4 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 10.6 0.22 Total 208.4 108.9 43.3 142.8 1,474 249.6 1,790 112.2 8.4 1.20 8.6 1.46

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46 103 143 200 253 264 405 488 551 854 1,064 1,098 1,327 1,525 1,530 2,479 2,644 2,773 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Education Utilities Social Services & Organizations Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources&Related Retail Trade Households Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 406 2,948 3,497 3,666 4,504 5,428 6,180 9,507 9,663 17,876 18,979 23,567 24,968 25,215 29,493 33,567 43,891 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Households Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing Retail Trade Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 13 21 30 44 66 87 895 0 500 1,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 88 297 427 690 1,173 2,880 25,384 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Brevard County B revard County is located in the Orlando economic region on the Atlantic coast of central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 536,357. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 17.7 0 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 36.91 billion and employment was 263,355 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output wer e Manufacturing, Professional and Technical Services, Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and inter national imports of $ 19.85 billion and exports of $ 11.49 billion A pparent consumption of all good s and services was $ 45.27 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical S ervices ( 43,891 jobs), Government ( 33,567 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 29,493 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 2.77 billion), Professional and Technical Services ($2.64 billion), and Manufacturing ($ 2.48 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.18 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.36 ) Professional and Technical Services (1.24), and Social Services and Organizations (1.23) The average employment multiplier was 8.5 jobs per million dollars output. T he highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 21.5 ), Retail Trade ( 16.0 ), and Education (15.3) The average ou tput/ c onsumption ratio in this count y was 0.82 with Health Care and Households each having the highest ratio ( 1.0 ) In B r evard County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 7 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 2.07 billion Total exports of this industry group were $ 390.7 million and total imports were $1.35 billion The apparent consumption of Agriculture and Related industry goods and services was $3.02 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 2. 23 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 30,940 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 1.15 b illion includi ng $ 157.2 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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47 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 1.54 b illion) Agricultural Inputs and Services ($163.4 million), and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 120.1 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 25,384 jobs), Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 2,880 jobs), and Nature based Recreation (1,173 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 894.6 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 86.6 million), and Nature based Recreation ($ 66.1 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 19 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture h ad a higher output multiplier (1 .14 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1.08 ) and lower than al l industries in the county (1.1 8 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 10 .0 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 15.0 ) and higher than all industries ( 8.5 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 965.3 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverages ($ 315.2 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 211.8 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 18,236 jobs), Retail stores food and beverage ( 5,339 jobs), and Landsca pe services ( 1,420 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 514.7 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverages ($ 205.7 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 143.8 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.08 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ( 1.29 ). The average employment multiplier was 15.0 with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 17 .6 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.68, with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 1.89 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Table B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Brevard County, Florida, 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Manufacturing 12,032.7 7,684.0 7,961.0 12,309.7 23,567 2,479.1 1.36 4.5 0.98 Professional and Technical Services 4,371.4 1,664.5 2,872.2 5,579.1 43,891 2,644.0 1.24 12.4 0.78 Government 2,997.3 23.5 93.4 3,067.3 33,567 2,772.9 1.01 11.2 0.98 Real Estate and Financial Services 2,658.8 379.3 1,975.1 4,254.7 18,979 1,530.0 1.10 8.1 0.62 Health Care 2,439.3 377.7 375.6 2,437.2 25,215 1,525.0 1.09 11.2 1.00 Construction 2,243.0 21.0 48.7 2,270.8 17,876 854.3 1.01 8.0 0.99 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 2,067.1 390.7 2,269.4 3,945.8 29,493 1,064.2 1.08 15.0 0.52 Households 1,907.8 0.0 1.1 1,908.9 3,666 1,326.6 1.00 1.9 1.00 Retail Trade 1,605.5 162.8 277.2 1,720.0 24,968 1,097.9 1.05 16.0 0.93 Information and Communications 1,023.0 256.9 1,082.9 1,849.0 3,497 404.6 1.13 4.5 0.55 Consumer Services 863.3 86.0 369.3 1,146.6 9,663 488.1 1.05 11.6 0.75 Wholesale Trade 847.2 89.2 847.0 1,605.0 4,504 551.4 1.05 5.8 0.53 Travel and Entertainment Services 512.0 110.4 207.4 609.0 6,180 264.4 1.10 13.1 0.84 Social Services & Organizations 492.4 139.5 191.1 544.0 9,507 200.1 1.23 21.5 0.91 Transportation 444.8 92.6 582.8 934.9 5,428 253.2 1.10 13.2 0.48 Utilities 211.5 0.7 565.4 776.2 406 143.2 1.00 1.9 0.27 Education 197.2 13.5 131.0 314.7 2,948 103.1 1.04 15.3 0.63 Total 36,914.5 11,492.3 19,850.6 45,272.8 263,355 17,702.2 1.18 8.5 0.82

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48 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Brevard County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 68.7 44.6 115.3 139.4 600 78.3 690 43.8 1.7 1.14 10.0 0.49 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 18.6 11.9 16.8 23.4 131 20.3 147 16.7 0.3 1.10 7.9 0.79 Fruit farming 13.8 6.3 15.9 23.4 173 14.9 183 9.4 0.4 1.08 13.3 0.59 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 11.0 11.0 1.4 1.4 23 13.9 54 4.2 0.4 1.26 5.0 7.84 Vegetable and melon farming 10.6 4.6 27.3 33.3 42 11.2 47 7.4 0.2 1.06 4.4 0.32 Poultry and egg production 4.1 2.5 10.4 11.9 7 4.4 9 0.9 0.0 1.09 2.3 0.34 Cattle ranching and farming 3.3 2.6 2.9 3.6 29 3.9 33 0.9 0.1 1.18 10.1 0.92 Commercial f ishing 2.9 2.8 13.9 14.0 79 3.9 88 1.3 0.1 1.34 30.0 0.21 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 1.1 3.3 4.2 19 2.2 21 0.9 0.0 1.07 9.9 0.49 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.5 1.5 9.3 9.3 78 2.6 88 1.6 0.1 1.66 56.6 0.17 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.8 0.1 8.8 9.5 19 0.9 19 0.5 0.0 1.02 22.2 0.09 Grain farming 0.0 0.0 5.3 5.3 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.14 21.7 0.01 Agricultural Inputs & Services 163.4 22.1 34.5 175.8 2,777 175.0 2,880 86.6 4.0 1.07 17.6 0.93 Landscape services 72.5 0.0 21.4 93.8 1,420 72.5 1,420 38.2 1.6 1.00 19.6 0.77 Veterinary services 66.8 21.6 2.4 47.7 919 78.3 1,020 36.3 1.9 1.17 15.3 1.40 Pest control services 22.2 0.0 6.5 28.7 435 22.2 435 11.7 0.5 1.00 19.6 0.77 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 1.6 0.5 2.4 3.5 3 1.8 4 0.4 0.0 1.10 2.6 0.46 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.3 0.0 1.9 2.1 1 0.3 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 3.7 0.13 Mining 19.0 12.2 188.9 195.6 58 22.6 88 12.8 0.5 1.19 4.7 0.10 Drilling oil and gas wells 12.4 7.6 8.5 13.3 28 14.2 43 8.1 0.2 1.15 3.5 0.93 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 4.1 2.6 6.7 8.3 15 5.0 23 2.9 0.2 1.22 5.6 0.50 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 1.2 1.2 11.2 11.2 8 1.7 12 0.9 0.1 1.44 10.4 0.11 Mining and quarrying stone 0.9 0.9 16.6 16.6 6 1.2 9 0.8 0.0 1.40 10.1 0.05 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.4 0.0 145.9 146.3 1 0.4 1 0.1 0.0 1.01 2.6 0.00 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 120.1 49.5 565.9 636.6 205 133.1 297 30.2 5.1 1.11 2.5 0.19 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 41.8 39.2 117.0 119.6 66 52.1 139 8.6 0.6 1.25 3.3 0.35 Tobacco product manufacturing 38.8 0.5 64.4 102.7 24 38.9 24 14.9 4.4 1.00 0.6 0.38 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 10.1 0.1 44.6 54.6 15 10.2 15 1.1 0.0 1.00 1.5 0.19 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 8.3 0.8 136.1 143.6 18 8.5 20 0.8 0.0 1.03 2.5 0.06 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 5.2 0.1 50.5 55.5 36 5.2 36 1.3 0.0 1.01 7.0 0.09 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 3.9 3.8 13.1 13.1 15 4.8 22 0.7 0.1 1.24 5.7 0.29 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 3.3 0.1 18.7 21.8 7 3.3 7 0.5 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.15 Snack food manufacturing 3.1 2.8 49.8 50.0 5 3.7 10 1.1 0.0 1.21 3.1 0.06 All other food manufacturing 2.3 0.4 28.1 30.0 8 2.5 9 0.6 0.0 1.07 3.8 0.08 Confectionery m f g from purchased chocolate 1.8 1.6 20.8 21.0 7 2.1 10 0.3 0.0 1.20 5.6 0.08 Seafood product preparation and packaging 1.7 0.0 23.0 24.7 5 1.7 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 3.0 0.07 Forest Products Manufacturing 45.5 21.4 101.8 126.0 347 54.8 427 20.6 0.7 1.20 9.4 0.36 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 33.8 20.6 6.4 19.6 281 42.8 360 17.7 0.7 1.27 10.7 1.72 Wood windows and doors and millwork 4.8 0.1 38.6 43.3 33 4.8 34 1.2 0.0 1.01 7.0 0.11 Sawmills and wood preservation 3.0 0.2 46.1 48.8 13 3.0 14 0.6 0.0 1.02 4.6 0.06 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 2.7 0.3 3.3 5.7 10 2.8 10 0.6 0.0 1.04 3.9 0.47 All other miscellaneous wood product 1.3 0.1 7.4 8.6 9 1.4 10 0.5 0.0 1.04 7.3 0.15 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 1,535.7 173.5 326.0 1,688.2 24,649 1,615.8 25,384 894.6 138.3 1.05 16.5 0.91 Food services and drinking places 965.3 127.7 93.4 931.0 17,711 1,023.2 18,236 514.7 54.3 1.06 18.9 1.04 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 315.2 15.4 19.0 318.8 5,266 323.0 5,339 205.7 47.1 1.02 16.9 0.99 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 211.8 22.3 211.7 401.3 1,126 222.2 1,226 143.8 30.1 1.05 5.8 0.53 Retail lawn and garden centers 43.3 8.2 1.9 37.0 546 47.4 583 30.4 6.7 1.09 13.5 1.17 Nature based Recreation 114.7 67.4 13.4 60.6 858 148.0 1,173 66.1 6.9 1.29 10.2 1.89 Golf courses 88.4 51.2 9.4 46.6 675 114.7 923 50.7 5.2 1.30 10.4 1.90 Recreational fishing 18.4 10.7 2.0 9.7 141 23.9 192 10.6 1.1 1.30 10.4 1.90 Commercial hunting and trapping 7.8 5.5 2.0 4.3 43 9.5 58 4.8 0.7 1.22 7.5 1.82 Total 2,067.1 390.7 1,345.8 3,022.2 29,493 2,227.6 30,940 1,154.7 157.2 1.08 15.0 0.68

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49 434 676 914 1,424 2,056 2,870 3,028 3,494 3,946 4,519 4,956 5,192 5,246 5,249 8,108 9,754 13,422 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 Utilities Education Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Consumer Services Manufacturing Information and Communications Construction Health Care Wholesale Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Retail Trade Households Government Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 1,283 17,239 20,019 21,272 29,122 29,477 30,343 30,656 39,706 40,325 71,111 71,442 96,569 105,482 113,926 128,042 161,253 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 Utilities Education Households Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Health Care Construction Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 74 83 92 163 433 656 4,741 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 586 1,164 2,149 3,054 5,689 13,280 101,619 0 40,000 80,000 120,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Broward County Broward County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdale economic region on the Atlantic coast of southeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 1,766,476. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 75.29 billion in 2008 T otal output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 128.6 4 billion and employment was 1,007,267 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical Services, Manufacturing, Agriculture and R elated and Construction as shown in Table A. The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 48.69 billion and exports of $ 39.50 billion A pparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 137.84 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical Services ( 161,253 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services ( 128,042 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 113,926 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 13.4 2 billion), Professional and Technical Services ($ 9.7 5 billion), and Government ($ 8.11 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.20 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Information and Communication s ( 1.38 ) Wholesale Trade (1.34), and Manufacturing (1.33). The ave rage employment multiplier was 9.4 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 17.7 ), Education ( 16.2 ), and Retail Trade ( 14.1). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.9 3 with Wholesale Trade having the highest ratio ( 1.81 ) In B roward County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 6 th in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county dir ect output in 2008 was $ 10.1 9 billion Total exports of this industry group were $ 3.10 b illion and total imports were $5.68 billion The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $12.76 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1 2 .0 billion and total employment impacts w ere 127,541 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 6.24 billion including $ 902.0 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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50 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 7.03 b illion) Food and Kindred Manufacturing ($ 1.74 b illion), and Agricultural Input s and Services ($ 714.7 million) Groups with the highest employmen t impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 101,619 jobs), Agricultural Inputs and Services (13,280 jobs), and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing (5,689 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distr ibution ($ 4.74 b illion), Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 656.1 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 432.6 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 30 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 3 3 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1. 1 8 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 2 0 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 24.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 12.5 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 3.74 b illion) ; Wholesale trade food and kindred products ($ 1.90 b illion) ; and Retail stores f ood and beverage ($ 1.26 b ill ion). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 64,194 jobs) ; Retail stores f ood and beverage (20,805 jobs) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ( 15,249 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($2.1 8 billion) ; Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($1.6 3 billion) ; and Retail stores f ood and beverage ($855.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agr iculture and R elated industry group s was 1.18 with Mining having the highest ( 1.46 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.5 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 24.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.80 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 1.23 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Ta ble B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Broward County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 20,720.2 8,338.6 5,761.8 18,143.4 128,042 13,422.5 1.22 8.0 1.14 Professional and Technical Services 15,921.6 5,116.6 3,110.0 13,915.0 161,253 9,754.3 1.25 12.2 1.14 Manufacturing 10,510.1 5,566.0 19,146.4 24,090.5 29,477 3,028.2 1.33 5.1 0.44 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 10,185.3 3,103.4 7,001.6 14,083.5 113,926 5,192.2 1.18 12.5 0.72 Construction 9,559.1 1,111.9 12.3 8,459.5 71,442 3,945.9 1.09 8.2 1.13 Government 8,708.7 144.1 609.4 9,174.0 105,482 8,108.0 1.01 12.2 0.95 Information and Communications 8,249.0 4,365.6 3,762.9 7,646.2 21,272 3,493.6 1.38 5.4 1.08 Wholesale Trade 7,612.1 3,789.7 386.8 4,209.2 40,325 4,955.8 1.34 8.0 1.81 Households 7,519.9 59.7 0.0 7,460.2 20,019 5,249.3 1.01 2.7 1.01 Retail Trade 7,485.5 1,543.7 775.0 6,716.8 96,569 5,245.8 1.15 14.1 1.11 Health Care 6,908.9 756.3 2,702.0 8,854.6 71,111 4,519.2 1.08 11.0 0.78 Consumer Services 5,024.6 2,110.1 536.6 3,451.1 39,706 2,869.6 1.27 10.2 1.46 Transportation 4,026.4 1,991.1 1,471.1 3,506.4 30,656 2,055.9 1.28 10.0 1.15 Travel and Entertainment Services 2,591.3 753.5 599.6 2,437.4 30,343 1,424.0 1.22 13.7 1.06 Social Services & Organizations 1,779.5 297.5 610.0 2,091.9 29,122 914.4 1.17 17.7 0.85 Education 1,232.3 451.2 311.9 1,093.0 17,239 675.9 1.28 16.2 1.13 Utilities 607.5 2.1 1,897.4 2,502.9 1,283 434.1 1.00 2.1 0.24 Total 128,641.8 39,501.2 48,694.8 137,835.5 1,007,267 75,288.7 1.20 9.4 0.93

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51 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Broward County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumpt ion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 87.9 64.4 451.7 475.2 1,893 117.2 2,149 73.8 3.1 1.33 24.5 0.18 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 29.5 19.6 80.8 90.6 297 36.7 355 29.3 0.8 1.24 12.0 0.33 Vegetable and melon farming 22.4 10.9 117.6 129.1 125 25.0 147 16.4 0.4 1.12 6.6 0.17 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 13.1 13.1 12.1 12.1 603 24.3 694 15.9 0.9 1.85 53.0 1.08 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 7.4 6.9 0.0 0.4 703 10.4 739 5.1 0.5 1.41 100.3 16.52 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 7.3 7.3 5.1 5.1 17 10.5 46 3.2 0.3 1.42 6.3 1.43 Commercial f ishing 3.1 2.6 53.3 53.7 89 4.3 99 1.4 0.1 1.39 32.2 0.06 Poultry and egg production 2.6 1.9 48.1 48.8 6 3.1 10 0.7 0.0 1.17 3.7 0.05 Fruit farming 1.4 0.8 93.6 94.1 24 1.7 27 1.1 0.1 1.24 19.9 0.01 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.8 0.8 36.9 36.9 25 1.0 27 0.5 0.0 1.25 33.4 0.02 Cattle ranching and farming 0.3 0.3 4.1 4.1 4 0.4 5 0.1 0.0 1.28 14.4 0.08 Agricultural Inputs & Services 714.7 192.3 154.4 676.9 12,352 830.2 13,280 432.6 21.1 1.16 18.6 1.06 Landscape services 404.8 126.3 69.6 348.1 7,893 482.4 8,535 259.7 13.0 1.19 21.1 1.16 Veterinary services 163.1 5.0 8.3 166.4 2,029 167.2 2,058 82.1 3.5 1.03 12.6 0.98 Pest control services 123.9 38.7 21.3 106.6 2,416 147.7 2,613 79.5 4.0 1.19 21.1 1.16 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical mfg 22.3 22.3 46.9 46.9 12 32.3 71 11.2 0.6 1.45 3.2 0.48 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.6 0.0 8.3 8.9 2 0.6 2 0.0 0.0 1.00 2.9 0.07 Mining 113.5 110.2 331.9 335.1 221 165.4 586 82.5 6.6 1.46 5.2 0.34 Mining iron ore 61.2 61.2 1.0 1.0 63 82.3 208 43.1 4.3 1.34 3.4 61.71 Extraction of oil and natural gas 17.9 15.2 231.6 234.4 43 29.1 112 9.9 0.7 1.62 6.3 0.08 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 12.6 12.6 29.1 29.1 61 19.9 117 11.4 0.7 1.58 9.2 0.43 Mining and quarrying stone 11.3 11.3 56.7 56.7 16 17.3 62 10.6 0.5 1.53 5.5 0.20 Support activities for oil and gas operations 7.0 6.4 6.6 7.2 30 11.5 64 5.1 0.3 1.66 9.2 0.97 Support activities for other mining 2.3 2.3 5.6 5.6 5 3.7 16 1.6 0.1 1.63 7.1 0.41 Drilling oil and gas wells 1.2 1.2 1.2 1.2 3 1.6 6 0.9 0.0 1.37 5.6 0.95 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 1,744.0 1,007.9 3,273.7 4,009.8 2,805 2,210.1 5,689 656.1 110.5 1.27 3.3 0.43 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 607.3 574.2 410.3 443.5 925 903.8 2,676 219.7 14.6 1.49 4.4 1.37 Tobacco product manufacturing 300.5 3.8 82.0 378.6 89 301.7 94 152.3 44.5 1.00 0.3 0.79 Breweries 198.0 190.2 306.7 314.5 84 257.2 485 116.0 43.1 1.30 2.5 0.63 All other food manufacturing 113.3 19.2 30.0 124.1 394 125.3 476 27.1 0.8 1.11 4.2 0.91 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 105.4 1.0 109.1 213.5 155 105.8 158 11.3 0.2 1.00 1.5 0.49 Dog and cat food manufacturing 100.3 98.0 114.8 117.1 101 134.9 332 35.6 2.1 1.35 3.3 0.86 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 77.4 2.2 128.0 203.3 531 78.9 543 20.3 0.5 1.02 7.0 0.38 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling drying 63.9 63.1 255.5 256.3 129 95.7 337 27.7 1.8 1.50 5.3 0.25 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 60.5 2.6 31.0 88.9 127 62.0 137 8.9 0.2 1.03 2.3 0.68 Snack food manufacturing 21.8 20.3 179.7 181.2 33 31.4 95 9.5 0.5 1.44 4.4 0.12 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 17.6 0.4 115.6 132.8 40 17.8 42 4.8 0.1 1.01 2.4 0.13 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 12.5 11.8 47.9 48.5 47 18.5 85 4.6 0.3 1.49 6.9 0.26 Dry condensed and evaporated dairy product 12.2 2.2 52.7 62.7 12 13.1 17 1.4 0.1 1.08 1.4 0.19 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 11.9 1.1 505.2 516.1 25 12.3 28 1.7 0.0 1.03 2.3 0.02 Seafood product preparation and packaging 11.8 0.3 74.1 85.6 35 12.0 36 1.7 0.0 1.02 3.1 0.14 Wineries 11.6 10.6 137.1 138.1 19 17.8 62 7.4 1.4 1.54 5.4 0.08 Poultry processing 7.7 0.7 232.9 239.9 32 8.0 34 2.1 0.0 1.04 4.4 0.03 Frozen food manufacturing 4.8 4.8 155.2 155.2 16 7.2 33 2.2 0.2 1.51 6.9 0.03 Flavoring syrup and concentrate 2.8 0.0 164.3 167.1 2 2.8 2 0.6 0.0 1.00 0.6 0.02 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch o co late 1.4 1.4 75.8 75.8 6 2.2 10 0.5 0.0 1.51 7.2 0.02 Tortilla manufacturing 0.9 0.0 15.6 16.5 5 0.9 5 0.3 0.0 1.00 4.8 0.06 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 0.5 0.0 50.0 50.5 1 0.5 1 0.1 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.01 Forest Products Manufacturing 204.7 53.7 862.3 1,013.3 979 230.1 1,164 91.6 2.9 1.12 5.7 0.20 Wood windows and doors and millwork 79.8 1.6 105.9 184.0 474 80.7 482 29.0 0.5 1.01 6.0 0.43 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 27.3 15.3 89.6 101.6 8 32.7 50 22.1 0.6 1.20 1.8 0.27 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 20.4 0.6 19.3 39.1 157 20.7 160 8.4 0.1 1.02 7.8 0.52 Paperboard container manufacturing 17.9 17.9 183.1 183.1 53 27.0 119 8.7 0.7 1.51 6.7 0.10 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 15.2 0.5 43.3 58.0 136 15.5 138 5.2 0.1 1.02 9.1 0.26 P aper and packaging paper 11.7 11.7 83.7 83.7 27 17.6 66 6.0 0.4 1.50 5.6 0.14 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 9.2 1.2 20.0 28.0 30 9.8 34 2.9 0.1 1.07 3.7 0.33 Sawmills and wood preservation 8.4 0.6 145.9 153.6 34 8.6 36 2.3 0.0 1.03 4.3 0.05 Reconstituted wood product manufacturing 5.3 0.4 34.7 39.6 22 5.4 23 1.5 0.0 1.02 4.4 0.13 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 3.8 0.3 51.4 54.9 16 3.9 17 1.8 0.1 1.03 4.4 0.07 Stationery product manufacturing 2.6 2.6 40.2 40.2 7 4.1 18 1.9 0.1 1.60 7.0 0.06 All other miscellaneous wood product 2.3 0.2 29.2 31.3 14 2.5 15 1.0 0.0 1.06 6.5 0.07 All other converted paper product 0.9 0.9 15.9 15.9 2 1.5 6 0.9 0.0 1.62 6.6 0.06 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 7,029.3 1,559.2 545.1 6,015.3 93,336 8,071.3 101,619 4,741.3 741.3 1.15 14.5 1.17 Food services and drinking places 3,737.0 512.0 358.5 3,583.4 61,648 4,065.8 64,194 2,177.7 229.0 1.09 17.2 1.04 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1,903.0 947.4 96.7 1,052.3 10,081 2,545.5 15,249 1,625.2 300.8 1.34 8.0 1.81 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 1,263.4 99.7 73.6 1,237.3 20,235 1,334.1 20,805 855.4 192.3 1.06 16.5 1.02 Retail lawn and garden centers 126.0 0.0 16.3 142.2 1,372 126.0 1,372 83.0 19.2 1.00 10.9 0.89 Nature based Recreation 291.1 115.7 61.7 237.2 2,339 378.5 3,054 163.1 16.5 1.30 10.5 1.23 Golf courses 240.0 94.8 36.8 182.0 1,929 311.8 2,517 134.3 13.5 1.30 10.5 1.32 Recreational fishing 50.0 19.8 7.7 37.9 402 65.0 524 28.0 2.8 1.30 10.5 1.32 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.1 1.1 17.3 17.3 9 1.6 13 0.8 0.1 1.47 11.4 0.06 Total 10,185.3 3,103.4 5,680.8 12,762.7 113,926 12,002.7 127,541 6,240.9 902.0 1.18 12.5 0.80

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52 0 0 0 3 4 5 5 5 5 6 9 12 15 15 20 39 57 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Utilities Education Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Transportation Real Estate and Financial Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Retail Trade Construction Health Care Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 2 7 40 73 91 99 114 178 181 184 252 342 407 494 929 1,112 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Utilities Education Manufacturing Households Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Social Services & Organizations Retail Trade Construction Health Care Government Employment (Jobs) All Indutries 0 1 2 6 12 28 0 10 20 30 Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 11 15 39 139 445 492 0 200 400 600 Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Calhoun County Calhoun County is located in the Panama City economic region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 13,821. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 201.9 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 379.8 million and employment was 4,504 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Construction, Households, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 399.7 million and exports of $107.5 million A pparent consumption of all goods and services was $672.0 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,112 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 929 jobs), and Health Care ( 494 jobs) I nd ustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 57.4 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($39.4 m illion), and Households ($ 20.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.27 ) Agriculture and R elated (1.24), and Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.19). The average employment multiplier was 12.8 jobs per million dollars o utput. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 26.6 ), Travel and Entertainment Services (20.8), and Education ( 20.1) The average output/consumption ratio for all indust ry groups in this county was 0.57 with Social S ervices and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 1.16 ) In Calhoun County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 103.2 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 63.3 million and total imports were $30.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $70.1 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 128.3 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 1,142 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 49.4 m illion including $ 4.1 million in Indirec t Business Taxes (Table B).

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53 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($60.9 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 20.9 million) ; and Forest Prod ucts Manufacturing ($13.8 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (492 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 445 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 139 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($28.2 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 11.9 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 5. 7 million). Crop, Livestock, Fore stry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 74 percent of output, compared to 61 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 28 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .2 3 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1.24 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.1 0 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 8.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agricultur e and Related industries ( 11.1 ) and lower than all industries ( 12.8 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Commercial logging ($ 29.1 million), Sawmills and wood preservation ($ 10.4 million), and All other crop farm ing ($ 8.9 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Retail stores f ood and beverage (226 jobs), Commercial logging ( 213 jobs), and Food services and drinking places ( 180 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impact s were Commercial logging ($11.7 million), Retail stores food and beverage ($5.8 million), and Food services and drinking places ($ 4.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.24 with Forest Pro ducts Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.66 ). The ave rage employment multiplier was 11.1 with Agricultural Input and Services having the highest ( 25.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.47 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 42. 1 3 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups ( Table A ) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group ( Table B ). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Calhoun County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 103.2 63.3 63.7 103.6 929 39.4 1.24 11.1 1.00 Government 61.4 0.1 1.6 63.0 1,112 57.4 1.00 18.1 0.97 Construction 45.9 0.2 35.5 81.2 407 14.8 1.00 8.9 0.57 Households 29.5 0.0 0.1 29.7 40 20.5 1.00 1.3 1.00 Health Care 27.9 10.6 17.5 34.7 494 15.2 1.11 19.0 0.80 Information and Communications 23.9 6.2 18.7 36.4 99 8.8 1.07 4.8 0.66 Retail Trade 18.3 2.4 11.3 27.3 342 12.3 1.04 19.1 0.67 Transportation 13.4 7.3 11.0 17.0 184 5.4 1.15 16.0 0.78 Social Services & Organizations 10.3 5.0 3.6 8.9 252 4.2 1.18 26.6 1.16 Travel and Entertainment Services 9.9 5.8 6.4 10.5 181 4.7 1.19 20.8 0.95 Consumer Services 9.8 2.2 10.7 18.3 178 4.7 1.05 18.6 0.54 Real Estate and Financial Services 9.8 1.0 55.8 64.6 91 5.4 1.04 9.7 0.15 Wholesale Trade 9.8 1.0 8.9 17.7 114 5.8 1.03 11.9 0.55 Professional and Technical Services 5.6 1.3 43.1 47.4 73 2.6 1.07 13.9 0.12 Manufacturing 1.1 1.0 95.4 95.5 7 0.5 1.27 9.1 0.01 Education 0.1 0.0 4.4 4.5 2 0.0 1.00 20.1 0.02 Utilities 0.0 0.0 12.0 12.0 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 379.8 107.5 399.7 672.0 4,504 201.9 1.10 12.8 0.57

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54 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Calhoun County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 60.9 45.1 16.0 31.8 362 75.2 492 28.2 1.6 1.23 8.1 1.92 Commercial logging 29.1 17.6 0.1 11.6 145 38.2 213 11.7 0.6 1.31 7.3 2.52 All other crop farming 8.9 7.1 0.0 1.8 61 10.0 74 3.9 0.5 1.12 8.3 4.95 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 5.0 5.0 10.3 10.3 10 5.7 24 1.8 0.2 1.14 4.8 0.48 Vegetable and melon farming 4.7 4.1 0.2 0.8 21 5.1 26 3.3 0.1 1.09 5.5 5.83 Cotton farming 3.2 3.2 0.1 0.1 32 4.1 42 2.0 0.1 1.28 13.2 26.22 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 3.1 2.6 0.1 0.6 25 3.6 30 2.9 0.1 1.15 9.7 5.33 Poultry and egg production 2.3 1.8 0.0 0.5 4 2.8 7 0.6 0.0 1.19 3.1 4.59 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 2.0 0.0 0.0 22 2.5 26 1.0 0.0 1.20 12.6 48.02 Cattle ranching and farming 1.6 1.2 0.0 0.4 16 2.4 23 0.5 0.1 1.50 14.6 3.83 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.2 0.0 0.2 8 0.3 8 0.2 0.0 1.11 26.8 1.60 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.3 0.0 4.0 4.3 14 0.3 14 0.2 0.0 1.00 47.3 0.07 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 0.7 0.7 2 0.2 3 0.1 0.0 1.07 17.3 0.22 Tree nut farming 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.12 12.3 2.17 Fruit farming 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.4 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 1.02 27.6 0.09 Agricultural Inputs & Services 0.6 0.0 2.2 2.8 15 0.6 15 0.2 0.0 1.00 25.5 0.21 Landscape services 0.4 0.0 0.8 1.2 11 0.4 11 0.2 0.0 1.00 26.5 0.34 Pest control services 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.4 3 0.1 3 0.1 0.0 1.00 26.5 0.34 Veterinary services 0.1 0.0 1.2 1.3 2 0.1 2 0.0 0.0 1.00 19.5 0.06 Mining 4.4 0.2 0.7 4.9 11 4.5 11 2.4 0.1 1.01 2.6 0.89 Drilling oil and gas wells 3.9 0.0 0.3 4.1 10 3.9 10 2.2 0.0 1.00 2.5 0.93 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.6 0.2 0.4 0.8 1 0.6 2 0.2 0.0 1.07 2.8 0.70 Forest Products Manufacturing 13.8 11.1 1.4 4.1 77 22.9 139 5.7 0.3 1.66 10.1 3.38 Sawmills and wood preservation 10.4 8.5 1.0 2.9 48 17.7 97 4.2 0.2 1.70 9.3 3.56 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 2.0 1.7 0.1 0.3 19 3.2 28 1.0 0.0 1.59 14.0 5.85 Wood windows and doors and millwork mf g 1.4 0.9 0.3 0.8 10 1.9 14 0.5 0.0 1.39 10.1 1.70 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 20.9 4.4 9.9 26.4 431 22.2 445 11.9 2.1 1.06 21.3 0.79 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 8.9 4.0 0.3 5.2 213 10.1 226 5.8 1.3 1.13 25.4 1.71 Food services and drinking places 8.8 0.0 7.3 16.2 180 8.8 180 4.1 0.4 1.00 20.4 0.55 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 2.4 0.3 2.2 4.4 28 2.5 29 1.5 0.3 1.03 11.9 0.55 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.7 0.1 0.0 0.6 9 0.7 9 0.5 0.1 1.05 13.0 1.17 Nature based Recreation 2.6 2.5 0.0 0.1 33 3.0 39 0.9 0.1 1.18 15.0 42.13 Commercial hunting and trapping 2.6 2.5 0.0 0.1 33 3.0 39 0.9 0.1 1.18 15.0 42.13 Total 103.2 63.3 30.2 70.1 929 128.3 1,142 49.4 4.1 1.24 11.1 1.47

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55 4 8 41 44 48 50 50 63 115 243 259 330 357 373 440 462 493 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Education Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Manufacturing Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Households Government Construction Health Care Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 46 269 560 627 674 988 1,123 1,820 2,084 3,042 5,589 5,683 5,711 6,549 8,110 8,286 10,082 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Households Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Government Health Care Retail Trade Employment (Jobs) All Industries 5 7 8 25 47 62 231 0 100 200 300 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 14 82 148 486 1,494 2,120 6,729 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Charlotte County Charlotte County is located in the Sarasota Bradenton economic region on the Gulf coast of southwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 156,952. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 3.38 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 5.75 b illion and employment was 61,240 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Health Care, Construction, Agriculture and R elated, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 3.63 b illion and exports of $ 1.07 b illion Apparent consumption of all g oods and services was $ 8.31 b illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 10,082 jobs), Retail Trade ( 8,286 jobs), and Health Care ( 8,110 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Health Care ($492.9 million), Construction ($ 461.9 million), and Government ($ 439.6 m illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.25 ) Manufacturing (1.23), Travel and Entertainment Services (1.16), and Transportation ( 1.16 ) The ave rag e employment multiplier was 11.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (22.7), Social Services and Organizations ( 19.4 ), and Agriculture and R elated ( 17.4 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0. 69 with Retail Trade having the highest ratio ( 1.09 ) In Charlott e County Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 6 37.4 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 21 2 .4 million and total imports were $ 15 4 9 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 579.9 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 730.6 million and total employment impacts w ere 11,073 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 385.5 million including $ 45.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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56 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 3 89.3 million) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 85.6 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 81.0 million) Group s with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 6,729 jobs ) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (2,120 jobs) ; and Agricultural Input and Services ( 1,494 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 231.1 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($61.9 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 47.1 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 6 9 percent of output, compared to 33 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 19 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .32 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Res our c es and R elated i ndustries (1.15 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 26.2 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 17.4 ) and higher than all industries ( 11.5 ). I ndividual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 247.5 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 104.1 million), and Fruit farming ($ 43.9 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (4,579 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,786 jobs), and Fruit farming ( 1,453 jobs ) Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food services and drinking places ($ 132.4 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 73.0 million), and Fruit farming ($ 37.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.15 with Nature based Recreation having the hi ghest ( 1.36 ). The ave rage employment multiplier was 17.4 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 26.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.10 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 2.69 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Ch arlotte County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 740.9 186.0 517.3 1,072.1 5,711 330.3 1.10 8.8 0.69 Health Care 738.2 126.7 95.5 707.0 8,110 492.9 1.10 12.0 1.04 Construction 681.4 40.2 1.6 642.9 5,683 461.9 1.03 8.7 1.06 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 637.4 212.4 539.9 964.9 10,082 243.0 1.15 17.4 0.66 Households 534.0 3.8 0.0 530.2 1,820 372.6 1.00 3.4 1.01 Retail Trade 523.3 117.0 72.4 478.7 8,286 357.3 1.11 17.0 1.09 Government 494.4 6.0 16.0 504.5 6,549 439.6 1.01 13.3 0.98 Professional and Technical Services 462.7 62.6 225.9 626.0 5,589 259.0 1.08 12.9 0.74 Consumer Services 213.4 53.7 77.9 237.6 3,042 114.5 1.12 15.5 0.90 Manufacturing 168.7 121.4 1,215.8 1,263.1 627 48.3 1.23 5.9 0.13 Information and Communications 131.6 27.6 219.3 323.3 560 50.0 1.09 5.1 0.41 Social Services & Organizations 122.4 42.6 72.0 151.9 2,084 50.2 1.25 19.4 0.81 Wholesale Trade 98.4 10.4 137.2 225.3 674 62.7 1.05 7.3 0.44 Transportation 96.7 33.9 126.7 189.5 988 43.7 1.16 12.0 0.51 Travel and Entertainment Services 86.8 26.3 93.0 153.5 1,123 41.0 1.16 14.6 0.57 Education 11.9 0.0 74.6 86.5 269 4.1 1.00 22.7 0.14 Utilities 11.1 0.0 146.1 157.2 46 8.3 1.00 4.2 0.07 Total 5,753.3 1,070.6 3,631.4 8,314.1 61,240 3,379.4 1.09 11.5 0.69

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57 Table B. Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Charlotte County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumpt ion Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 81.0 56.0 25.6 50.6 1,814 107.1 2,120 61.9 3.1 1.32 26.2 1.60 Fruit farming 43.9 33.7 7.2 17.5 1,278 59.7 1,453 37.4 2.0 1.36 33.1 2.52 Vegetable and melon farming 12.9 6.2 3.1 9.9 118 14.6 136 9.6 0.3 1.13 10.5 1.31 Cattle ranching and farming 6.8 5.3 0.2 1.7 138 9.8 182 2.4 0.3 1.44 26.6 4.08 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 5.2 3.9 3.7 5.0 145 8.1 175 6.0 0.3 1.57 33.9 1.04 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 4.7 4.7 0.4 0.4 10 6.8 44 2.4 0.2 1.44 9.3 12.43 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 3.2 0.6 4.0 6.7 53 3.5 56 2.9 0.0 1.08 17.1 0.48 Poultry and egg production 2.3 0.2 1.3 3.5 9 2.4 9 0.4 0.0 1.03 4.0 0.67 Commercial f ishing 1.5 1.4 3.6 3.7 43 1.9 46 0.6 0.0 1.22 30.0 0.42 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.4 0.0 2.0 2.4 20 0.4 20 0.2 0.0 1.01 51.2 0.16 Agricultural Inputs & Services 85.6 52.9 11.2 44.0 1,292 105.7 1,494 47.1 2.5 1.23 17.4 1.95 Landscape services 32.4 18.0 3.6 18.0 713 40.3 796 20.5 1.1 1.24 24.6 1.80 Veterinary services 26.0 14.1 0.6 12.6 348 32.8 417 16.0 0.9 1.26 16.0 2.07 Pesticide & other agricultural chemical mfg 16.5 15.3 5.5 6.7 11 19.5 35 4.2 0.2 1.18 2.1 2.47 Pest control services 9.9 5.5 1.1 5.5 218 12.3 244 6.3 0.3 1.24 24.6 1.80 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.8 0.0 0.5 1.3 2 0.8 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 2.6 0.63 Mining 10.8 9.5 17.3 18.6 49 14.3 82 8.4 0.4 1.32 7.6 0.58 Mining and quarrying stone 9.3 8.7 5.2 5.9 44 12.5 75 7.6 0.4 1.34 8.0 1.59 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.6 0.0 9.2 9.8 1 0.6 1 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.06 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.6 1 0.6 2 0.4 0.0 1.20 4.4 0.94 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 0.3 0.3 2.4 2.4 2 0.5 3 0.3 0.0 1.40 9.1 0.14 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 14.2 0.8 22.7 36.2 13 14.4 14 4.6 1.3 1.01 1.0 0.39 Tobacco product manufacturing 13.5 0.2 16.7 30.1 10 13.6 11 4.4 1.3 1.00 0.8 0.45 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch ocolate 0.7 0.6 5.9 6.0 3 0.8 4 0.2 0.0 1.19 5.3 0.11 Forest Products Manufacturing 14.5 8.4 10.6 16.6 117 17.7 148 7.1 0.3 1.22 10.2 0.87 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 11.6 8.4 1.5 4.7 99 14.8 130 6.1 0.2 1.28 11.2 2.48 Wood windows and doors and millwork 2.9 0.1 9.1 12.0 18 3.0 18 1.0 0.0 1.01 6.2 0.25 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 389.3 55.3 64.4 398.3 6,469 414.6 6,729 231.1 35.5 1.07 17.3 0.98 Food services and drinking places 247.5 28.8 24.3 243.0 4,453 259.9 4,579 132.4 13.9 1.05 18.5 1.02 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 104.1 20.6 5.3 88.8 1,680 114.3 1,786 73.0 16.1 1.10 17.1 1.17 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 24.6 2.6 34.3 56.3 168 25.8 181 16.4 3.4 1.05 7.3 0.44 Retail lawn and garden centers 13.0 3.3 0.5 10.3 167 14.6 184 9.4 2.0 1.12 14.1 1.27 Nature based Recreation 41.9 29.5 3.2 15.6 328 56.9 486 25.3 2.5 1.36 11.6 2.69 Golf courses 34.7 24.4 2.6 12.9 272 47.0 402 20.9 2.1 1.36 11.6 2.69 Recreational fishing 7.2 5.1 0.5 2.7 57 9.8 84 4.4 0.4 1.36 11.6 2.69 Total 637.4 212.4 154.9 579.9 10,082 730.6 11,073 385.5 45.6 1.15 17.4 1.10

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58 4 28 28 39 49 51 53 109 156 193 196 199 201 280 288 355 880 0 500 1,000 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Manufacturing Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Construction Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Households Government Health Care Utilities Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 271 501 550 590 670 741 926 1,452 2,596 2,678 2,722 4,157 4,366 4,691 5,315 6,254 6,709 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Education Information and Communications Transportation Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Households Utilities Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Health Care Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 5 8 15 17 23 152 0 50 100 150 200 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 61 75 82 391 561 691 4,821 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Citrus County Citrus County is located in the Orlando economic region on the Gulf coast of central Florida. The total county population in 2009 was 140,357 Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 3.11 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $5. 20 billion and employment was 45,186 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output we re Utilities, Health Care, Construction, Agriculture and R elated, and Households as shown in Ta ble A The county had total domestic and international imports of $3. 28 billion and exports of $ 1.8 3 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 6.65 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Health Care ( 6,709 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 6,254 jobs), and Government ( 5,315 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Utilities ($ 880.5 m illion), Health Care ($ 355.2 m illion), and Government ($ 288.0 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.33 ) Manufacturing (1.21 ), and Professional and Financial Services (1.16) The average employment multiplier was 9.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (22.1), Social Services and Organizations ( 19.5 ), and Retail Trade ( 16.6 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0. 78 with Utilities having the highest ratio (7 .28 ) In Citrus County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 415.3 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 117.3 million and total imports were $ 111.5 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 409.5 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 454.7 million and total employment impacts were 6,683 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 223.2 million including $ 29.2 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).

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59 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 269.6 million) Agricultural Input s and Services ($38.3 million), and Nature based Recreation ($ 32.6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 4,821 jobs) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 691 jobs) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 561 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 152.0 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 22.9 million), and Nature based Recreation ($ 17.0 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 7 0 percent of output, compared to 28 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 5 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 20 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resour ces and R elated i ndustries (1. 09 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.1 0 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 17.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all A griculture and Related industries ( 16.1 ) and higher than all industries ( 9. 7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 161.1 million), Retail s tores f ood and beve rage ($ 80.6 million), and Golf courses ($ 27.0 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 3,069 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,489 jobs), and Landscape services (343 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 78.4 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 55.3 million), and G o lf courses ($ 14.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry g roup s was 1.09 with Mining having the highest ( 1.24 ). The average employment multiplier was 16. 1 with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 18.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.01 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 2.69 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic c ontributions of all industry groups in Citrus County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Utilities 1,159.3 1,021.0 20.9 159.2 1,452 880.5 1.14 2.7 7.28 Health Care 570.5 116.2 106.9 561.2 6,709 355.2 1.10 12.8 1.02 Construction 474.1 3.7 4.7 475.2 4,157 156.1 1.00 8.8 1.00 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 415.3 117.3 621.6 919.6 6,254 200.6 1.09 16.1 0.45 Households 401.9 0.0 0.2 402.1 926 279.5 1.00 2.3 1.00 Government 336.9 4.9 9.8 341.9 5,315 288.0 1.01 15.9 0.99 Real Estate and Financial Services 325.6 34.4 535.8 827.0 2,722 196.4 1.07 9.1 0.39 Professional and Technical Services 322.2 100.0 289.5 511.8 4,366 192.6 1.16 15.3 0.63 Retail Trade 290.2 29.9 100.3 360.6 4,691 199.1 1.05 16.6 0.80 Consumer Services 192.2 81.1 72.6 183.7 2,596 108.9 1.15 15.1 1.05 Manufacturing 177.7 127.9 929.9 979.8 670 39.4 1.21 5.5 0.18 Social Services & Organizations 164.8 99.1 51.1 116.7 2,678 52.5 1.33 19.5 1.41 Information and Communications 145.4 41.8 160.0 263.6 501 48.9 1.12 4.5 0.55 Wholesale Trade 80.6 8.5 100.7 172.9 590 51.0 1.04 7.7 0.47 Transportation 67.8 22.5 139.6 184.8 550 27.9 1.13 9.4 0.37 Travel and Entertainment Services 62.8 17.2 74.0 119.6 741 27.7 1.12 13.1 0.53 Education 12.3 0.0 58.3 70.6 271 4.4 1.00 22.1 0.17 Total 5,199.6 1,825.5 3,276.1 6,650.3 45,186 3,108.7 1.10 9.7 0.78

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60 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources and related industries in Citrus County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 32.5 22.6 19.3 29.1 456 38.8 561 15.5 0.9 1.20 17.3 1.12 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 7.7 7.7 0.4 0.4 17 10.2 80 3.1 0.3 1.32 10.3 17.79 Dairy cattle and milk production 6.2 6.1 0.0 0.1 95 7.3 107 3.0 0.2 1.18 17.2 48.67 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 4.1 1.6 2.8 5.2 47 4.5 51 3.7 0.1 1.11 12.6 0.78 Cattle ranching and farming 3.5 2.7 0.2 0.9 49 4.8 65 1.1 0.1 1.39 18.8 3.65 Commercial f ishing 3.3 3.2 2.7 2.8 89 3.9 96 1.2 0.1 1.20 29.3 1.16 Poultry and egg production 2.9 0.9 0.9 2.9 8 3.2 10 0.6 0.0 1.09 3.3 1.00 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.8 0.3 0.4 2.0 65 1.9 66 1.0 0.1 1.03 36.4 0.92 Fruit farming 1.0 0.1 4.4 5.3 21 1.1 22 0.7 0.0 1.03 20.8 0.20 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.0 0.0 3.1 4.1 57 1.0 57 0.7 0.0 1.00 55.1 0.25 All other crop farming 0.9 0.0 4.3 5.2 9 0.9 9 0.3 0.0 1.01 9.9 0.18 Agricultural Inputs & Services 38.3 15.0 4.0 27.3 628 44.5 691 22.9 1.2 1.16 18.0 1.40 Landscape services 17.3 6.4 2.7 13.5 316 19.8 343 10.9 0.5 1.15 19.9 1.27 Veterinary services 15.8 6.6 0.5 9.6 216 18.7 243 8.7 0.5 1.18 15.4 1.63 Pest control services 5.3 2.0 0.8 4.1 97 6.1 105 3.3 0.2 1.15 19.9 1.27 Mining 11.4 8.5 8.1 11.0 58 14.1 82 8.4 0.5 1.24 7.2 1.04 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera ls 7.2 4.5 1.7 4.4 28 8.6 40 5.1 0.3 1.19 5.5 1.66 Mining and quarrying stone 3.7 3.5 4.0 4.2 27 4.9 37 3.0 0.1 1.32 10.0 0.89 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 0.4 0.4 2.3 2.3 3 0.5 4 0.3 0.0 1.37 10.5 0.15 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.13 17.0 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 25.6 25.3 16.4 16.7 36 30.2 75 5.3 0.3 1.18 2.9 1.53 Snack food manufacturing 14.2 14.1 11.1 11.2 23 17.2 50 3.8 0.2 1.21 3.5 1.26 Other animal food manufacturing 11.5 11.2 5.2 5.5 13 13.1 25 1.5 0.1 1.14 2.2 2.09 Forest Products Manufacturing 5.3 3.2 1.1 3.3 52 6.3 61 2.0 0.1 1.18 11.5 1.64 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 5.3 3.2 1.1 3.3 52 6.3 61 2.0 0.1 1.18 11.5 1.64 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 269.6 19.8 60.2 310.0 4,737 278.0 4,821 152.0 24.5 1.03 17.9 0.87 Food services and drinking places 161.1 0.2 30.6 191.4 3,068 161.2 3,069 78.4 8.3 1.00 19.1 0.84 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 80.6 17.1 4.0 67.6 1,416 88.0 1,489 55.3 12.3 1.09 18.5 1.19 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 20.2 2.1 25.2 43.2 147 21.0 156 13.2 2.8 1.04 7.7 0.47 Retail lawn and garden centers 7.7 0.4 0.4 7.8 105 7.9 107 5.0 1.2 1.02 13.8 1.00 Nature based Recreation 32.6 22.9 2.5 12.1 287 42.7 391 17.0 1.8 1.31 12.0 2.69 Golf courses 27.0 19.0 2.0 10.0 237 35.4 324 14.1 1.5 1.31 12.0 2.69 Recreational fishing 5.6 4.0 0.4 2.1 49 7.4 67 2.9 0.3 1.31 12.0 2.69 Total 415.3 117.3 111.5 409.5 6,254 454.7 6,683 223.2 29.2 1.09 16.1 1.01

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61 22 54 65 78 103 104 105 125 142 202 232 302 321 360 381 408 499 0 200 400 600 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Transportation Information and Communications Utilities Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Construction Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Retail Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Households Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 255 742 761 922 948 1,373 1,545 1,594 2,570 3,120 4,045 4,373 5,496 5,648 7,923 8,156 9,131 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 Utilities Education Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Households Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Manufacturing Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Health Care Government Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 4 20 25 34 56 230 0 100 200 300 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 9 102 204 452 470 1,146 7,428 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Clay County Clay County is located in the Jacksonville economic region of northeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 186,576. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $3.50 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $6.23 billion and employment was 58, 601 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output we re Construction, Agriculture and R elated, Real Estate and Financial Services, Households, and Government as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 4.07 billion and exports of $1. 25 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 9.05 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment wer e Agriculture and R elated ( 9,131 jobs), Retail Trade ( 8,156 jobs), and Government ( 7,923 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 499.1 m illion), Households ($ 408.4 m illion), and Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 3 81 3 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1. 09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1. 26 ) Manufacturing (1.2 5 ), and Info rmation and Communication s (1.24 ). The ave rage employment multiplier was 10.2 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 21.1 ), Education ( 17.9 ), and Retail Trade ( 16.2). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0. 69 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 1.10 ) In Clay County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 647.7 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 182.9 million and total imports were $ 190.4 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 655.2 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 739.7 million and total employment impacts w ere 9,811 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 368.0 million including $ 44.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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62 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 408.9 million) Mining ($ 68.1 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 57.8 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 7,428 jobs) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 1,146 jobs) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisherie s Production ( 47 0 jobs ). Groups with the high est value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 229.8 million), Mining ($ 56.0 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 34.2 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 35 percent of output, compared to 28 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 20 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .11 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.14 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 10.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industr ies ( 15.1 ) and lower than all industries ( 10.2 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 268.4 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 97.9 million), and Mining gold, silver, and other metal ores ($ 63.9 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 5,324 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,728 jobs), and Landscape services ( 555 jobs) Sectors with the hi ghest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 137.7 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 63.5 million), and Mining gold, silver, and other metal ores ($ 52.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.14 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.61 ). The average employment multiplier was 15.1 with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highe st ( 19.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.99, with Mining having the highest ratio ( 2.99 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Clay County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Construction 655.6 51.1 5.3 609.8 5,496 232.3 1.04 8.7 1.08 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 647.7 182.9 609.9 1,074.7 9,131 320.6 1.14 15.1 0.60 Real Estate and Financial Services 608.0 34.6 544.7 1,118.0 4,373 381.3 1.03 7.5 0.54 Households 588.3 0.0 2.4 590.7 948 408.4 1.00 1.6 1.00 Government 563.7 0.9 15.7 578.5 7,923 499.1 1.00 14.1 0.97 Retail Trade 530.6 106.1 104.4 528.9 8,156 359.6 1.10 16.2 1.00 Manufacturing 490.1 342.0 1,322.1 1,470.1 1,594 142.1 1.25 5.4 0.33 Health Care 480.6 20.7 256.6 716.6 5,648 301.6 1.03 12.0 0.67 Professional and Technical Services 380.7 73.8 400.0 707.0 4,045 202.5 1.11 11.7 0.54 Information and Communications 310.9 157.6 213.2 366.5 922 104.6 1.24 4.8 0.85 Consumer Services 194.4 29.2 81.2 246.4 2,570 103.2 1.08 13.9 0.79 Transportation 181.4 88.6 125.7 218.5 1,545 104.1 1.22 10.7 0.83 Social Services & Organizations 166.1 63.1 58.1 161.1 3,120 64.7 1.26 21.1 1.03 Utilities 164.4 55.6 40.3 149.0 255 124.9 1.06 2.1 1.10 Wholesale Trade 121.3 12.8 155.5 264.0 761 77.9 1.05 6.7 0.46 Travel and Entertainment Services 99.1 21.6 87.7 165.2 1,373 54.0 1.13 15.2 0.60 Education 45.0 12.4 49.7 82.2 742 21.9 1.15 17.9 0.55 Total 6,228.1 1,253.1 4,072.2 9,047.2 58,601 3,502.9 1.09 10.2 0.69

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63 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Clay County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 46.4 16.4 45.8 75.8 416 51.5 470 19.7 0.8 1.11 10.1 0.61 Commercial logging 20.2 1.1 4.3 23.4 101 20.8 105 5.9 0.2 1.03 5.2 0.86 Poultry and egg production 5.0 2.1 1.1 3.9 13 5.6 17 1.2 0.1 1.13 3.5 1.27 Vegetable and melon farming 4.7 0.8 5.9 9.9 29 4.9 31 3.2 0.1 1.03 6.6 0.48 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 4.6 1.9 4.3 7.0 51 5.2 57 4.3 0.1 1.13 12.4 0.66 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 3.2 3.2 12.5 12.5 6 3.9 19 1.5 0.2 1.24 6.1 0.25 Cattle ranching and farming 2.7 2.2 0.2 0.7 37 3.7 48 0.9 0.1 1.37 17.8 3.80 Commercial f ishing 2.5 2.5 3.8 3.9 84 3.0 89 0.6 0.0 1.20 35.0 0.66 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 1.5 0.1 0.7 31 2.3 33 0.9 0.0 1.14 16.0 3.02 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.9 0.9 2.4 2.4 51 1.5 56 1.0 0.0 1.60 59.6 0.40 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.0 2.1 2.4 9 0.3 9 0.1 0.0 1.01 34.7 0.11 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 1.7 1.7 2 0.1 3 0.1 0.0 1.17 24.6 0.06 Fruit farming 0.1 0.0 6.8 6.8 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.11 20.6 0.01 Tree nut farming 0.0 0.0 0.7 0.7 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.24 23.9 0.07 Agricultural Inputs & Services 57.8 25.9 5.5 37.3 1,037 69.8 1,146 34.2 1.8 1.21 19.8 1.55 Veterinary services 27.4 14.7 0.7 13.4 356 34.8 422 17.0 1.0 1.27 15.4 2.05 Landscape services 23.2 8.6 3.7 18.3 522 26.7 555 13.2 0.7 1.15 23.9 1.27 Pest control services 7.1 2.6 1.1 5.6 160 8.2 170 4.0 0.2 1.15 23.9 1.27 Mining 68.1 58.0 12.8 22.8 75 91.0 204 56.0 4.9 1.34 3.0 2.99 Mining gold silver and other metal ore 63.9 54.1 1.3 11.1 47 85.3 163 52.7 4.7 1.34 2.5 5.78 Mining and quarrying stone 2.2 2.1 6.2 6.3 17 3.0 24 1.8 0.1 1.39 11.1 0.35 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 1.2 1.2 4.6 4.6 9 1.7 13 0.9 0.1 1.43 11.0 0.26 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.8 0.6 0.7 0.9 3 0.9 4 0.5 0.0 1.18 4.7 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 2.3 0.7 36.5 38.1 7 2.6 9 0.2 0.0 1.10 3.9 0.06 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 1.4 0.0 14.2 15.6 2 1.4 2 0.0 0.0 1.01 1.7 0.09 Confectionery m fg from purchased chocolate 0.7 0.6 6.2 6.3 3 0.8 4 0.1 0.0 1.24 6.1 0.11 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.3 0.1 16.1 16.2 2 0.3 3 0.0 0.0 1.26 10.9 0.02 Forest Products Manufacturing 53.2 38.9 12.8 27.2 239 85.5 452 24.5 1.2 1.61 8.5 1.96 Sawmills and wood preservation 49.3 38.8 5.2 15.6 215 81.5 427 23.2 1.2 1.65 8.7 3.15 Wood windows and doors and millwork 4.0 0.1 7.6 11.5 25 4.0 25 1.3 0.0 1.01 6.3 0.34 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 408.9 43.0 71.5 437.4 7,253 428.2 7,428 229.8 35.3 1.05 18.2 0.93 Food services and drinking places 268.4 32.8 26.2 261.8 5,194 282.9 5,324 137.7 14.6 1.05 19.8 1.03 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 97.9 5.5 5.8 98.2 1,703 100.6 1,728 63.5 14.6 1.03 17.7 1.00 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 30.3 3.2 38.9 66.0 190 31.7 203 20.3 4.2 1.05 6.7 0.46 Retail lawn and garden centers 12.3 1.5 0.6 11.4 166 13.0 173 8.3 1.9 1.06 14.0 1.08 Nature based Recreation 11.1 0.0 5.6 16.6 102 11.1 102 3.5 0.4 1.00 9.2 0.67 Golf courses 9.2 0.0 4.6 13.8 85 9.2 85 2.9 0.3 1.00 9.2 0.67 Recreational fishing 1.9 0.0 1.0 2.9 18 1.9 18 0.6 0.1 1.00 9.2 0.67 Total 647.7 182.9 190.4 655.2 9,131 739.7 9,811 368.0 44.4 1.14 15.1 0.99

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64 35 71 141 178 258 283 410 425 635 882 1,003 1,049 1,066 1,117 1,390 1,445 2,737 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Education Utilities Social Services & Organizations Transportation Manufacturing Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Retail Trade Government Health Care Construction Professional and Technical Services Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 218 905 1,929 2,810 2,856 4,162 4,750 5,323 5,899 8,539 13,934 15,485 16,421 19,216 19,738 30,213 34,224 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Households Transportation Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Government Health Care Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 13 17 45 166 265 344 882 0 500 1,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 145 223 338 3,697 4,320 11,303 18,908 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Collier County Collier County is located in the Sarasota Bradenton economic region on the Gulf coast of southwest Florida. T otal county population in 2009 was 318,537. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $13.12 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $22.11 billion and employment was 186,620 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Construction, Agriculture and R elated, Households, and Professional and Technical Services as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $12.30 billion and exports of $5.80 bill ion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $28.61 billion in 2008 Industry groups wit h the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (34,2 2 4 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services ( 30,213 jobs), and Construction ( 19,738 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 2.74 billion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 1.44 billion), and Households ($ 1.39 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.28 ) Manufacturing (1.24), Real Estate and Financial Services (1.20), and Real Estate and Financial Services (1.20) The ave rage employment multiplier was 9.4 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organization s ( 19.0 ), Agriculture and R elated ( 15.1 ), and Education ( 14.1 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0. 7 7 with Travel and Entertainment Services h aving the highest ratio ( 1.8 6 ) In Collier County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 3 rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 2.57 b illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 1.0 8 b illion and total imports were $ 778.1 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 2.27 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 3.04 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 38,934 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 1.73 b illion incl uding $ 181.8 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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65 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 1.39 b illion) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 408.4 million) ; and Nature based Recreation ($ 360.9 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 18,908 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ( 11,303 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 4,320 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 881. 8 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 344.0 million) ; and Nature based Recreation ($ 264.5 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production sectors exported 79 percent of output, compared to 42 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 26 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .3 2 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.18) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.11 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 27.7 jobs pe r million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 15.1 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 927.9 m illion), Golf courses ($ 292.2 million), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 267.2 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (14,028 jobs), Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ( 4,733 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 3,713 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 572.4 million), Golf courses ($ 216.1 mil lion), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 176.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.1 8 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ( 1.43 ). The average employment multiplier was 15.1, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 27.7 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.13 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 6.02 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A gric ulture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Collier County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 4,262.3 2,161.8 1,743.3 3,843.9 30,213 2,736.6 1.20 8.8 1.11 Construction 2,612.4 358.7 3.0 2,256.6 19,738 1,065.5 1.07 8.1 1.16 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 2,570.7 1,075.6 1,726.8 3,221.9 34,224 1,444.5 1.18 15.1 0.80 Households 1,994.2 9.2 0.0 1,985.0 4,162 1,390.3 1.00 2.1 1.00 Professional and Technical Services 1,827.6 267.9 809.5 2,369.2 19,216 1,116.6 1.08 11.2 0.77 Health Care 1,617.2 0.2 719.2 2,336.3 15,485 1,049.1 1.00 9.6 0.69 Retail Trade 1,281.8 91.7 529.2 1,719.3 16,421 882.0 1.03 13.1 0.75 Government 1,154.7 0.3 91.7 1,246.1 13,934 1,003.2 1.00 12.1 0.93 Travel and Entertainment Services 1,099.2 671.1 162.1 590.1 8,539 634.8 1.28 10.3 1.86 Manufacturing 826.2 492.9 3,879.2 4,212.6 2,810 257.6 1.24 5.1 0.20 Consumer Services 733.3 241.2 333.9 826.1 5,899 425.0 1.12 9.1 0.89 Information and Communications 667.5 233.9 717.8 1,151.4 1,929 283.2 1.18 4.4 0.58 Wholesale Trade 623.9 65.7 215.4 773.6 2,856 410.4 1.05 5.0 0.81 Transportation 376.4 59.9 347.6 664.1 4,750 178.2 1.07 13.3 0.57 Social Services & Organizations 304.6 71.3 307.3 540.6 5,323 141.5 1.19 19.0 0.56 Utilities 93.9 0.4 452.4 545.9 218 71.2 1.00 2.3 0.17 Education 64.4 0.3 263.7 327.7 905 34.9 1.00 14.1 0.20 Total 22,110.3 5,802.0 12,302.3 28,610.5 186,620 13,124.6 1.11 9.4 0.77

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66 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Collier County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumptio n Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 408.4 321.9 55.5 142.0 9,451 538.1 11,303 344.0 13.1 1.32 27.7 2.88 Vegetable and melon farming 216.3 186.5 8.5 38.3 2,132 274.4 3,087 180.0 5.8 1.27 14.3 5.64 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 86.2 64.0 1.8 24.0 4,425 123.1 4,733 80.4 3.4 1.43 54.9 3.59 Fruit farming 62.8 50.0 8.7 21.4 1,974 88.2 2,392 55.6 3.0 1.40 38.1 2.93 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 22.1 6.3 8.4 24.2 390 24.6 416 20.2 0.4 1.11 18.8 0.91 Commercial f ishing 11.2 8.1 9.4 12.5 377 12.9 390 2.2 0.2 1.15 34.7 0.90 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 4.7 4.7 0.5 0.5 11 8.9 129 3.7 0.3 1.89 27.3 10.02 Cattle ranching and farming 2.6 2.1 0.5 1.0 58 3.5 70 0.9 0.1 1.34 26.6 2.53 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.4 0.1 8.6 9.9 76 1.4 77 0.7 0.0 1.01 55.4 0.14 Poultry and egg production 0.9 0.0 9.1 9.9 4 0.9 4 0.2 0.0 1.00 4.1 0.09 Oilseed farming 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.0 4 0.2 4 0.1 0.0 1.23 27.2 8.15 Dairy cattle and milk production 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 1.21 48.6 0.34 Agricultural Inputs & Services 250.6 130.9 95.7 215.4 3,863 304.1 4,320 166.1 8.4 1.21 17.2 1.16 Landscape services 149.3 91.6 14.4 72.2 2,541 187.5 2,873 108.1 5.7 1.26 19.2 2.07 Pest control services 45.7 28.0 4.4 22.1 778 57.4 880 33.1 1.7 1.26 19.2 2.07 Veterinary services 40.6 0.0 3.1 43.7 532 40.7 532 19.1 0.8 1.00 13.1 0.93 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 9.8 8.3 36.8 38.3 5 12.4 21 4.3 0.2 1.27 2.2 0.26 Fertilizer manufacturing 2.6 2.2 32.5 32.9 2 3.2 7 0.8 0.1 1.26 2.8 0.08 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 2.4 0.7 2.3 4.0 4 2.6 6 0.8 0.0 1.10 2.4 0.59 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.2 0.0 2.0 2.2 1 0.2 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 5.2 0.09 Mining 76.3 53.9 53.3 75.7 160 103.4 338 44.8 2.6 1.35 4.4 1.01 Extraction of oil and natural gas 42.7 20.4 22.2 44.4 100 56.6 177 16.4 1.3 1.33 4.2 0.96 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 18.1 18.0 10.1 10.2 38 25.2 92 15.7 0.8 1.39 5.1 1.77 Mining and quarrying stone 13.1 13.1 18.4 18.4 17 18.2 56 11.1 0.5 1.38 4.3 0.71 Support activities for other mining 2.4 2.4 2.6 2.6 5 3.4 13 1.5 0.1 1.42 5.3 0.91 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 61.1 51.7 297.6 306.9 118 76.6 223 17.2 1.0 1.25 3.7 0.20 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 50.3 47.0 101.7 105.0 76 63.9 165 14.0 0.8 1.27 3.3 0.48 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 3.6 0.1 44.5 48.1 24 3.7 24 1.1 0.0 1.01 6.6 0.08 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling drying 3.6 3.1 58.6 59.1 7 4.9 19 1.4 0.1 1.37 5.3 0.06 All other food manufacturing 1.3 0.2 25.4 26.5 5 1.4 6 0.2 0.0 1.09 4.7 0.05 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 1.0 1.0 11.3 11.4 4 1.4 6 0.3 0.0 1.31 5.6 0.09 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 0.8 0.0 12.2 13.0 2 0.8 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.06 Snack food manufacturing 0.3 0.3 43.8 43.8 1 0.5 2 0.1 0.0 1.34 5.6 0.01 Forest Products Manufacturing 24.3 11.8 73.2 85.7 109 29.1 145 13.4 0.5 1.20 6.0 0.28 Stationery product manufacturing 11.8 11.4 9.2 9.5 24 16.4 60 8.5 0.4 1.39 5.1 1.24 Wood windows and doors and millwork 5.8 0.1 38.3 44.0 36 5.8 36 1.9 0.0 1.01 6.3 0.13 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 4.2 0.1 11.5 15.6 32 4.2 33 1.8 0.0 1.01 7.8 0.27 All other miscellaneous wood product 1.4 0.1 7.0 8.3 8 1.5 8 0.7 0.0 1.04 5.7 0.17 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 1.1 0.0 7.1 8.3 8 1.1 8 0.5 0.0 1.01 7.1 0.14 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 1,389.1 193.1 191.6 1,387.7 18,211 1,474.5 18,908 881.8 129.4 1.06 13.6 1.00 Food services and drinking places 927.9 173.9 83.8 837.9 13,404 1,004.6 14,028 572.4 60.3 1.08 15.1 1.11 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 267.2 0.0 52.1 319.3 3,713 267.2 3,713 176.1 40.9 1.00 13.9 0.84 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 156.0 16.4 53.8 193.4 714 163.4 776 107.2 22.3 1.05 5.0 0.81 Retail lawn and garden centers 38.0 2.8 1.9 37.1 381 39.3 392 26.1 5.9 1.03 10.3 1.02 Nature based Recreation 360.9 312.3 11.4 59.9 2,313 515.2 3,697 264.5 26.7 1.43 10.2 6.02 Golf courses 292.2 255.7 9.3 45.9 1,844 418.7 2,978 216.1 21.7 1.43 10.2 6.37 Recreational fishing 60.9 53.3 1.9 9.6 384 87.2 620 45.0 4.5 1.43 10.2 6.37 Commercial hunting and trapping 7.8 3.4 0.1 4.5 85 9.2 99 3.4 0.4 1.19 12.7 1.73 Total 2,570.7 1,075.6 778.1 2,273.2 34,224 3,040.9 38,934 1,731.9 181.8 1.18 15.1 1.13

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67 2 12 12 23 24 31 44 54 67 87 110 127 130 131 142 162 293 0 100 200 300 400 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Transportation Wholesale Trade Construction Professional and Technical Services Households Health Care Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 34 67 250 257 345 599 630 879 1,094 1,329 1,559 1,753 2,094 2,561 3,038 4,115 5,148 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Households Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Transportation Real Estate and Financial Services Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Construction Professional and Technical Services Health Care Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 2 6 12 31 53 96 0 50 100 150 Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 2 49 180 194 605 759 3,000 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Columbia County Columbia County is located in the Gainesville economic region of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 69,268. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.45 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 2.94 billion and employment was 25,751 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Manufacturing, Agriculture and R elated, Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imp orts of $ 1.91 billion and exports of $ 1.1 3 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 3.71 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 5,148 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 4,115 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 3.038 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 293.0 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 162.4 m illion), and Retail Trade ($ 142.3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Soc i al Services and Organizations ( 1.32 ) Manufacturing ( 1.22 ), and Transportation ( 1.20 ) The average employment multiplier was 9.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 25.8 ), Government ( 16.5 ), and Retail Trade ( 16.3 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.79 with Re tail Trade having the highest ratio ( 1.42 ) In Columbia County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 410.8 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 215.0 million and total imports were $ 90.5 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 286.3 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 489.6 billion and total employment impacts w ere 4,790 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 19 9 .8 m illion including $ 18.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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68 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 162.8 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ($91.0 m illion) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 72.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 3,000 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ( 759 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 605 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 95.9 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($52.8 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 31.1 million). Cro p, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production sectors exported 65 percent of output, compared to 52 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 9 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .12 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.1 9 ) and lower than al l industries in the county (1.13 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 8.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 11.7 ) and lower than all industries ( 9.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 114.0 million), Sawmills and wood prese rvation ($ 53.3 million), and Other animal food manufacturing ($ 47.9 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 2,382 jobs), Sawmills and wood preservation (450 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 385 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 64.0 million), Vegetable and melon farming ($ 31.5 million), and Sawmills and wood preservation ($ 22.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all A griculture and R elated industry group s wa s 1.19, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.51 ). The average employment multiplier was 11.7 with Agricultural Input and Services having the highest ( 16.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.43 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 3.38 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Columbia County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Outpu t Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Manufacturing 648.0 530.6 748.9 866.3 1,559 130.2 1.22 4.2 0.75 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 410.8 215.0 264.7 460.5 4,115 162.4 1.19 11.7 0.89 Government 313.7 8.3 8.6 314.1 5,148 293.0 1.01 16.5 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 228.1 74.6 243.9 397.5 1,094 131.2 1.12 5.9 0.57 Health Care 224.2 65.5 33.8 192.5 2,561 126.9 1.13 12.6 1.16 Retail Trade 205.9 86.1 25.4 145.2 3,038 142.3 1.17 16.3 1.42 Construction 200.7 0.5 55.3 255.6 1,753 66.6 1.00 8.7 0.79 Households 158.7 0.0 0.1 158.8 257 110.3 1.00 1.6 1.00 Professional and Technical Services 156.4 56.1 203.3 303.6 2,094 87.1 1.17 15.1 0.52 Transportation 86.2 40.6 58.4 104.0 879 43.9 1.20 12.2 0.83 Wholesale Trade 84.9 8.9 37.2 113.2 630 53.6 1.04 7.8 0.75 Information and Communications 59.1 8.6 72.5 123.0 250 22.9 1.06 4.8 0.48 Consumer Services 58.2 4.5 37.7 91.4 599 30.8 1.04 10.6 0.64 Social Services & Organizations 58.0 34.6 23.0 46.4 1,329 24.2 1.32 25.8 1.25 Travel and Entertainment Services 24.6 0.0 26.4 51.0 345 12.2 1.00 14.0 0.48 Utilities 16.4 0.1 56.2 72.5 34 12.4 1.00 2.1 0.23 Education 4.2 0.0 13.5 17.7 67 2.1 1.00 15.9 0.24 Total 2,938.1 1,133.8 1,909.1 3,713.3 25,751 1,452.0 1.13 9.9 0.79

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69 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Columbia County, Florida, 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 91.0 59.1 44.7 76.6 601 101.8 759 52.8 2.0 1.12 8.3 1.19 Vegetable and melon farming 42.4 38.5 1.1 5.0 116 48.0 197 31.5 0.8 1.13 4.7 8.49 Commercial logging 15.3 0.8 11.7 26.2 76 15.7 78 4.6 0.2 1.02 5.1 0.58 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 5.6 4.1 0.9 2.4 28 6.1 32 5.0 0.1 1.08 5.7 2.35 Cattle ranching and farming 5.6 0.0 1.6 7.2 34 5.6 34 1.0 0.1 1.00 6.1 0.77 All other crop farming 4.8 3.0 0.6 2.4 20 5.5 29 2.2 0.3 1.14 6.0 1.98 Poultry and egg production 4.7 3.3 0.3 1.7 5 5.6 11 1.2 0.1 1.19 2.3 2.81 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 3.8 3.8 12.2 12.2 7 5.5 44 2.2 0.2 1.43 11.5 0.31 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 3.5 0.0 0.2 172 4.5 185 2.1 0.2 1.22 50.3 17.46 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.4 0.0 3.2 5.6 107 2.4 107 1.7 0.0 1.00 44.8 0.43 Tobacco farming 1.5 1.5 0.0 0.0 21 1.9 25 0.6 0.1 1.23 16.7 37.14 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.7 0.0 2.4 3.1 11 0.7 11 0.4 0.0 1.01 15.4 0.23 Tree nut farming 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 2 0.4 3 0.2 0.0 1.17 8.1 1.56 Grain farming 0.2 0.2 10.4 10.4 2 0.3 3 0.1 0.0 1.11 11.5 0.02 Agricultural Inputs & Services 12.1 0.4 2.4 14.1 192 12.3 194 6.5 0.3 1.01 16.0 0.86 Landscape services 6.1 0.3 1.4 7.2 104 6.2 105 3.5 0.1 1.02 17.2 0.84 Veterinary services 4.2 0.0 0.5 4.6 57 4.2 57 1.9 0.1 1.00 13.6 0.90 Pest control services 1.9 0.1 0.4 2.2 32 1.9 32 1.1 0.0 1.02 17.2 0.84 Mining 1.1 0.0 4.4 5.4 2 1.1 2 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.20 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.1 0.0 4.4 5.4 2 1.1 2 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.20 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 67.1 48.6 10.0 28.4 92 79.3 180 11.8 0.8 1.18 2.7 2.36 Other animal food manufacturing 47.9 46.8 7.8 8.8 51 58.4 128 9.3 0.7 1.22 2.7 5.42 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 19.2 1.8 2.2 19.6 41 20.9 52 2.5 0.1 1.09 2.7 0.98 Forest Products Manufacturing 72.1 58.0 7.2 21.3 351 108.6 605 31.1 1.6 1.51 8.4 3.38 Sawmills and wood preservation 55.3 46.9 4.3 12.8 246 84.9 450 22.7 1.2 1.53 8.1 4.33 Wood windows and doors and millwork 9.0 5.8 1.5 4.8 59 12.9 87 4.3 0.2 1.43 9.7 1.89 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 6.1 4.4 0.8 2.5 31 8.6 49 3.2 0.3 1.40 8.0 2.45 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 1.6 0.9 0.5 1.3 15 2.3 19 0.8 0.0 1.41 12.1 1.27 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 162.8 48.2 20.6 135.2 2,831 181.7 3,000 95.9 13.8 1.12 18.4 1.20 Food services and drinking places 114.0 44.6 8.2 77.6 2,225 131.5 2,382 64.0 6.8 1.15 20.9 1.47 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 23.3 0.0 2.9 26.2 385 23.3 385 14.9 3.5 1.00 16.5 0.89 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 21.2 2.2 9.3 28.3 157 22.1 166 13.9 2.9 1.04 7.8 0.75 Retail lawn and garden centers 4.3 1.4 0.2 3.1 63 4.9 68 3.0 0.7 1.13 15.7 1.40 Nature based Recreation 4.6 0.8 1.3 5.2 47 4.9 49 1.6 0.2 1.06 10.6 0.90 Golf courses 3.0 0.0 1.0 4.0 27 3.0 27 0.9 0.1 1.00 9.3 0.74 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.1 0.8 0.0 0.3 14 1.3 16 0.4 0.1 1.25 15.2 3.33 Recreational fishing 0.6 0.0 0.2 0.8 6 0.6 6 0.2 0.0 1.00 9.3 0.74 Total 410.8 215.0 90.5 286.3 4,115 489.6 4,790 199.8 18.7 1.19 11.7 1.43

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70 2 5 6 7 8 11 12 19 20 21 27 28 31 52 86 131 228 0 100 200 300 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Utilities Consumer Services Transportation Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Manufacturing Construction Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Households Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 16 55 73 140 205 249 250 273 294 366 415 513 572 798 1,650 2,240 7,265 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Utilities Information and Communications Education Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Manufacturing Households Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Transportation Social Services & Organizations Health Care Construction Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 5 20 30 231 0 50 100 150 200 250 Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 66 141 451 633 7,803 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries DeSoto County DeSoto County is located in the Sarasota Bradenton economic region of southwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 35,297. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 693.4 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.21 billion and employment was 15 372 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government Retail Trade, Construction, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 803.2 m illion and exports of $ 554.2 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 1.46 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (7,265 jobs), Government ( 2,240 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 1,650 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($ 228.2 m illion), Government ($ 131.1 m illion), and Retail Trade ($ 85.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.25 ) Social Services and Organizations (1.22), Education (1.21), and Retail Trade (1.20 ). The average employment multiplier was 14.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Transportation (21. 0), Agriculture and R elated ( 20.6 ), and Education ( 19.7) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.83 with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ra tio ( 2 .08 ) In DeSoto County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i n dustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 442.5 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 344.4 million and total imports were $ 44.6 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 142.7 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 554.4 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 9, 0 93 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 288.6 m illion including $ 16.3 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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71 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($309.3 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 83.1 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 36.6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (7,803 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 633 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ( 451 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($231.2) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($30.1 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 20.1 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 86 percent of output, compared to 78 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 46 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multipli er (1 26 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries ( 1.25 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 14 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 25.2 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 20.6 ) and higher than all industries ( 14.7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit farming ($ 151.8 million), Support services for agriculture and forest ry ($ 79. 5 million) and Frozen food manufacturing ($ 42.4 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Support services for agriculture and forest ry (4,591 jobs), Fruit farming ( 2,525 jobs), and Food services and drinking places ( 388 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($ 120.5 million) ; Support services for agriculture and forest ry ($ 65.4 million) ; and Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($ 20.3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agric ulture and R elated industry group s was 1.25, with Fo od and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.37 ). The ave rage employment multiplier was 20.6, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 25.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 3.10 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 5.98 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in DeSoto County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (job s) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 442.5 344.4 159.8 257.9 7,265 228.2 1.25 20.6 1.72 Government 138.0 1.1 2.9 139.7 2,240 131.1 1.00 16.3 0.99 Retail Trade 124.3 83.3 28.8 69.9 1,650 85.6 1.20 15.4 1.78 Construction 87.6 0.3 9.1 96.4 798 26.9 1.00 9.1 0.91 Households 75.1 0.4 0.0 74.7 273 52.4 1.00 3.7 1.01 Manufacturing 64.5 60.6 215.7 219.6 250 20.7 1.20 5.8 0.29 Health Care 48.8 3.5 45.2 90.5 572 28.0 1.02 12.0 0.54 Real Estate and Financial Services 48.2 3.7 119.9 164.3 294 31.3 1.03 6.4 0.29 Social Services & Organizations 45.4 32.4 8.9 21.8 513 19.0 1.22 13.5 2.08 Professional and Technical Services 35.7 8.7 69.9 96.9 366 19.6 1.08 11.1 0.37 Information and Communications 22.9 1.9 29.9 50.9 55 6.0 1.04 2.6 0.45 Transportation 20.6 4.8 20.3 36.1 415 11.0 1.07 21.0 0.57 Wholesale Trade 20.4 2.1 26.3 44.6 205 12.4 1.03 10.5 0.46 Consumer Services 16.0 0.6 21.0 36.4 249 7.8 1.01 15.7 0.44 Travel and Entertainment Services 10.5 4.2 15.4 21.7 140 4.9 1.13 14.7 0.48 Utilities 8.7 0.0 23.6 32.2 16 6.6 1.00 1.8 0.27 Education 4.0 2.4 6.7 8.3 73 1.8 1.21 19.7 0.49 Total 1,213.0 554.2 803.2 1,461.9 15,372 693.4 1.14 14.7 0.83

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72 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in DeSoto County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 309.3 267.2 9.6 51.7 6,239 388.5 7,803 231.2 9.7 1.26 25.2 5.98 Fruit farming 151.8 147.0 2.0 6.8 1,461 191.8 2,525 120.5 5.5 1.26 16.6 22.22 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 79.5 61.7 0.2 18.1 4,363 103.2 4,591 65.4 2.4 1.30 57.7 4.39 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 21.7 19.3 0.4 2.8 117 24.7 160 20.3 0.4 1.14 7.4 7.83 Cattle ranching and farming 17.4 7.2 0.6 10.8 117 20.7 148 4.1 0.5 1.19 8.5 1.61 Dairy cattle and milk production 13.0 12.7 0.0 0.3 94 14.8 124 5.9 0.3 1.14 9.6 45.97 Vegetable and melon farming 11.2 8.0 1.3 4.5 34 12.7 70 8.3 0.2 1.13 6.3 2.49 Commercial logging 5.4 4.1 0.0 1.4 26 7.6 47 2.5 0.1 1.40 8.6 3.93 Poultry and egg production 4.7 3.4 0.2 1.4 6 5.6 14 1.2 0.1 1.20 2.9 3.34 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 3.8 3.8 1.9 1.9 9 6.5 111 2.5 0.2 1.73 29.6 1.96 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.7 0.0 3.0 3.7 13 0.7 13 0.4 0.0 1.01 17.1 0.20 Agricultural Inputs & Services 8.3 3.6 0.8 5.5 132 9.2 141 5.0 0.2 1.11 17.0 1.50 Landscape services 4.6 2.4 0.5 2.7 74 5.2 81 3.0 0.2 1.14 17.6 1.72 Veterinary services 2.3 0.4 0.1 2.1 35 2.4 36 1.0 0.0 1.04 15.5 1.13 Pest control services 1.4 0.7 0.2 0.8 23 1.6 25 0.9 0.0 1.14 17.6 1.72 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 83.1 69.1 9.6 23.6 209 113.6 451 30.1 2.7 1.37 5.4 3.53 Frozen food manufacturing 42.4 40.4 4.4 6.4 127 58.7 250 17.8 0.8 1.38 5.9 6.61 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 20.5 8.7 1.0 12.8 45 29.0 103 4.0 0.2 1.41 5.0 1.60 Wineries 20.1 20.0 4.2 4.3 37 26.0 97 8.3 1.7 1.29 4.8 4.66 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 36.6 0.6 24.0 60.1 631 36.7 633 20.1 3.4 1.00 17.3 0.61 Food services and drinking places 20.1 0.0 14.9 35.0 388 20.1 388 9.7 1.0 1.00 19.3 0.58 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 10.4 0.0 2.1 12.5 179 10.4 179 6.6 1.5 1.00 17.3 0.83 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 5.1 0.5 6.6 11.1 51 5.3 53 3.2 0.7 1.03 10.5 0.46 Retail lawn and garden centers 1.0 0.0 0.5 1.4 12 1.0 12 0.6 0.1 1.00 12.4 0.68 Nature based Recreation 5.2 3.9 0.5 1.8 54 6.3 66 2.3 0.3 1.21 12.6 2.90 Golf courses 2.6 1.7 0.4 1.4 23 3.1 27 1.2 0.1 1.19 10.4 1.93 Commercial hunting and trapping 2.0 1.9 0.0 0.2 26 2.5 33 0.8 0.1 1.24 16.1 13.23 Recreational fishing 0.6 0.3 0.1 0.3 5 0.7 6 0.3 0.0 1.19 10.4 1.93 Total 442.5 344.4 44.6 142.7 7,265 554.4 9,093 288.6 16.3 1.25 20.6 3.10

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73 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 7 8 10 20 56 0 20 40 60 Education Utilities Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Transportation Construction Retail Trade Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 2 19 25 35 37 60 60 95 103 105 118 183 221 235 1,109 2,060 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Education Utilities Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Social Services & Organizations Households Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Health Care Transportation Retail Trade Construction Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 0 0 10 24 40 0 20 40 60 Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 1 6 27 407 802 1,191 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Dixie County Dixie County is located in the Gainesville economic region on the Gulf coast of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 14,824. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 180.4 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 408.9 m illion and employment was 4,465 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Households, Construction, and Transportation as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 455.4 m illion and exports of $ 174.8 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 689.5 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (2,060 jobs), Government ( 1,109 jobs), and Construction ( 2 3 5 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 56.6 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 56.5 m illion), and Households ($ 20.3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.26 ) Manufacturing ( 1.17), and Social Services and Organizations ( 1.17 ). The ave rage employment multiplier was 12.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 2 2.5 ), Information and Communication s ( 20.5 ), and Health Care ( 19.9 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.59 with Agriculture and R elated having the highest ratio ( 1.3 9 ) In Dixie County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 202.9 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 144.8 million and total imports were $ 36.6 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 94.7 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 255.6 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 2,435 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 75.3 m illion including $ 4.3 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).

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74 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Forest Products Manufacturing ($106.9 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($74.1 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 19.7 million) Groups with the highest employment impac ts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (1,191 jobs) ; Forest Products Manufacturing (802 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 407 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Forest Products Manufacturing ($40. 0 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($24.0 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 10.5 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 61 percent of output, compared to 71 percent f or all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated industries (Table B) and 46 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 07 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 26 ) and lowe r than al l industries in the county (1. 14 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 16.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agric ulture and Related industries (12. 0 ) and higher than all industries ( 12.0 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Sawmills and wood preservation ($ 99.4 million), Commercial logging ($ 26.5 million), and Commercial fishing ($ 23.9 million). Sectors with the highest employmen t impacts were Commercial fishing (811 jobs), Sawmills and wood preservation ( 728 jobs), and Food services and drinking places ( 236 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Sawmills and wood preservation ($35.9 million), Commercial logging ($7.9 million), and Vegetable and melon farming ($6.7 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.26, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.44 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.0, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 25.4 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.14 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 7.85 ) The following tables show de tailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Dixie County, Florida 2008 Al l Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 202.9 144.8 88.1 146.2 2,060 56.5 1.26 12.0 1.39 Government 69.7 2.8 0.9 67.9 1,109 56.6 1.01 16.0 1.03 Households 29.1 0.2 0.0 28.9 95 20.3 1.00 3.3 1.01 Construction 25.7 0.0 42.8 68.5 235 7.7 1.00 9.2 0.37 Transportation 15.8 6.8 9.5 18.6 183 6.9 1.09 12.9 0.85 Retail Trade 14.5 2.4 13.3 25.4 221 9.9 1.03 15.6 0.57 Manufacturing 12.5 10.9 104.7 106.3 37 3.2 1.17 4.2 0.12 Professional and Technical Services 7.1 0.2 38.0 44.9 105 3.2 1.01 14.8 0.16 Real Estate and Financial Services 7.0 2.5 50.9 55.4 60 3.7 1.12 10.0 0.13 Health Care 5.9 0.0 27.0 32.9 118 4.0 1.00 19.9 0.18 Consumer Services 5.2 2.1 14.2 17.4 103 2.9 1.07 20.5 0.30 Information and Communications 4.4 1.3 18.5 21.6 19 0.7 1.04 4.5 0.20 Travel and Entertainment Services 3.1 0.0 5.7 8.8 35 1.6 1.00 11.3 0.36 Wholesale Trade 2.9 0.3 16.8 19.5 25 1.8 1.02 8.9 0.15 Social Services & Organizations 2.7 0.3 6.1 8.6 60 1.1 1.02 22.5 0.31 Utilities 0.3 0.3 10.8 10.8 2 0.2 1.17 7.8 0.03 Education 0.0 0.0 8.0 8.0 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 408.9 174.8 455.4 689.5 4,465 180.4 1.14 12.0 0.59

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75 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Dixie County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) O utput / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 74.1 45.4 21.3 49.9 1,134 79.6 1,191 24.0 1.1 1.07 16.1 1.48 Commercial logging 26.5 1.4 18.3 43.4 131 26.9 134 7.9 0.3 1.02 5.0 0.61 Commercial f ishing 23.9 23.7 0.5 0.7 792 25.9 811 3.7 0.2 1.08 34.0 35.52 Vegetable and melon farming 9.4 8.7 0.2 1.0 19 10.2 32 6.7 0.1 1.08 3.4 9.52 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 3.5 0.0 0.2 129 4.1 138 1.8 0.2 1.12 37.3 17.45 Dairy cattle and milk production 3.1 3.0 0.0 0.1 15 3.5 19 1.3 0.1 1.13 6.1 48.24 Poultry and egg production 2.9 2.4 0.0 0.6 3 3.4 5 0.7 0.0 1.16 1.7 5.11 Cattle ranching and farming 2.1 1.6 0.0 0.6 10 3.0 14 0.6 0.1 1.39 6.8 3.76 All other crop farming 1.1 0.5 0.3 1.0 4 1.2 5 0.5 0.1 1.05 3.9 1.17 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.7 0.6 0.0 0.2 8 0.8 9 0.4 0.0 1.12 12.8 3.80 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.5 0.0 1.2 1.7 23 0.5 23 0.4 0.0 1.00 45.6 0.30 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 0.5 0.5 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.07 11.6 0.18 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.1 0.0 1.7 2.7 27 1.1 27 0.4 0.0 1.00 25.4 0.39 Landscape services 0.5 0.0 0.7 1.2 16 0.5 16 0.2 0.0 1.00 29.1 0.46 Veterinary services 0.4 0.0 0.8 1.2 6 0.4 6 0.1 0.0 1.00 18.0 0.30 Pest control services 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.4 5 0.2 5 0.1 0.0 1.00 29.1 0.46 Mining 0.6 0.0 1.3 1.8 1 0.6 1 0.2 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.31 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.6 0.0 1.3 1.8 1 0.6 1 0.2 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.31 Forest Products Manufacturing 106.9 97.0 3.8 13.6 489 153.6 802 40.0 1.4 1.44 7.5 7.85 Sawmills and wood preservation 99.4 89.5 3.7 13.6 434 143.6 728 35.9 1.3 1.45 7.3 7.32 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 7.5 7.5 0.0 0.0 55 10.0 74 4.1 0.1 1.33 9.9 239.76 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 19.7 2.4 8.4 25.8 402 20.2 407 10.5 1.7 1.02 20.7 0.76 Food services and drinking places 11.7 0.0 3.8 15.5 236 11.7 236 5.5 0.6 1.00 20.2 0.76 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 6.9 2.3 0.3 4.9 153 7.3 158 4.3 1.0 1.06 23.1 1.41 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 0.7 0.1 4.2 4.9 6 0.7 7 0.5 0.1 1.02 8.9 0.15 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.4 0.0 0.1 0.5 7 0.4 7 0.3 0.1 1.00 16.3 0.74 Nature based Recreation 0.6 0.0 0.2 0.8 6 0.6 6 0.2 0.0 1.00 10.1 0.73 Golf courses 0.5 0.0 0.2 0.7 5 0.5 5 0.1 0.0 1.00 10.1 0.73 Recreational fishing 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 10.1 0.73 Total 202.9 144.8 36.6 94.7 2,060 255.6 2,435 75.3 4.3 1.26 12.0 2.14

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76 177 452 613 768 1,423 1,443 2,161 2,293 2,465 2,530 2,787 2,959 3,558 4,297 5,780 7,621 9,542 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 Education Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Information and Communications Consumer Services Manufacturing Households Wholesale Trade Construction Retail Trade Transportation Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Professional and Technical Services Government Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 787 5,520 8,184 10,291 12,858 18,478 19,079 20,338 23,292 37,259 45,905 54,337 63,829 66,072 75,571 83,660 88,762 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000 Utilities Education Households Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Transportation Construction Health Care Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 24 34 48 233 427 2,399 2,591 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 Mining Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 180 913 1,070 5,287 6,464 13,007 55,338 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Duval County Duval County is located in the Jacksonville economic region on the Atlantic coast of northeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 857,040. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 50.87 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 88.78 billion and employment was 634,224 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Agriculture and R elated, Professional and Technical Services, Government, and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 3 1.69 billion and exports of $ 33.97 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 86. 50 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical Services (88,762 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services (83,660 jobs), and Government ( 75,571 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($9.54 billion), Government ($ 7.62 billion), and Professional and Technical Services ($ 5.78 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.22 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1 .36 ) Transportation ( 1.35 ), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 1.33 ). The average employment multiplier was 8.8 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations (20.2 ), Retail Trade ( 17.1 ), and Education (15.8) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 1.03 with Transportation having the highest ratio ( 2.05 ) In Duval County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 4 th i n employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 10.13 billion Total exports of this industry group were $ 6.07 b illion and total imports were $ 3.2 2 b illion The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 7.28 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 12.75 billion and total employment impacts w ere 82,259 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 5.76 billion including $ 1.07 b illion in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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77 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated industries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($4.99 billion), Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 3.63 b illion) and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 919.4 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 5 5 ,338 jobs), Food a nd K indred Products Manufacturing ( 13,007 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 1,070 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($2.59 billion), Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 2.40 b ill ion), and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 426.6 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 70 percent of output, compared to 6 0 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 8 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .30 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.26 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.22 ) Production agriculture had a hig her employment multiplier ( 19.0 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agric ulture and Related industries ( 8.1 ) and higher than all industries ( 8.8 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Tobac co product manufacturing ($ 2.48 b illion), Food services and drinking places ($ 1.95 b illion), and Breweries ($ 1.14 b illion). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 37,001 jobs) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 10,409 jobs) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ( 6,951 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Tobacco product manufacturing ($1.50 billion), Food services and drinking places ($ 1.1 3 b illion), and Wholesale trade, food and kin dred products ($ 753.2 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.26, with Forest Products Manufacturing group having the highest ( 1.41 ). The average employment multiplier was 8.1, with Crop, Livest ock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 19.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.39 with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 2.57 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Du val County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 16,730.2 8,825.5 3,918.1 11,822.9 83,660 9,541.6 1.33 7.6 1.42 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 10,133.6 6,071.1 4,586.6 8,649.0 66,072 4,296.6 1.26 8.1 1.17 Professional and Technical Services 9,139.9 2,082.4 3,447.9 10,505.4 88,762 5,780.0 1.15 11.0 0.87 Government 7,967.5 179.6 648.9 8,436.8 75,571 7,621.3 1.02 9.6 0.94 Manufacturing 7,266.0 4,853.2 13,748.7 16,161.6 19,079 2,160.7 1.36 5.1 0.45 Construction 6,119.3 870.3 24.4 5,273.4 45,905 2,529.7 1.09 8.2 1.16 Health Care 5,679.9 1,882.1 396.3 4,194.2 54,337 3,557.6 1.22 11.4 1.35 Transportation 5,152.5 3,462.5 826.5 2,516.6 37,259 2,958.9 1.35 10.3 2.05 Retail Trade 4,033.4 1,066.8 156.6 3,123.2 63,829 2,787.0 1.15 17.1 1.29 Wholesale Trade 3,790.6 1,584.8 223.2 2,429.1 20,338 2,465.5 1.24 7.3 1.56 Information and Communications 3,493.0 1,629.6 2,070.2 3,933.6 10,291 1,423.3 1.27 4.9 0.89 Households 3,293.5 8.7 0.0 3,284.8 8,184 2,293.5 1.00 2.5 1.00 Consumer Services 2,548.4 930.3 304.2 1,922.2 23,292 1,443.1 1.21 10.9 1.33 Travel and Entertainment Services 1,067.5 260.2 405.8 1,213.1 12,858 613.4 1.17 13.6 0.88 Utilities 1,017.2 3.9 485.3 1,498.6 787 768.4 1.00 0.8 0.68 Social Services & Organizations 997.7 253.4 242.5 986.7 18,478 452.4 1.20 20.2 1.01 Education 352.3 10.2 202.5 544.6 5,520 177.3 1.02 15.8 0.65 Total 88,782.5 33,974.4 31,687.8 86,495.8 634,224 50,870.3 1.22 8.8 1.03

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78 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Duval County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Import s (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 56.4 39.6 331.7 348.6 917 73.2 1,070 33.7 1.9 1.30 19.0 0.16 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 14.2 14.2 11.7 11.7 29 18.8 77 6.3 0.6 1.32 5.4 1.22 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 8.6 5.8 39.2 42.0 130 11.2 152 8.8 0.3 1.30 17.8 0.20 Commercial f ishing 7.5 6.5 32.0 33.0 225 9.9 247 2.9 0.2 1.33 32.9 0.23 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 7.0 7.0 9.0 9.0 309 12.4 356 8.2 0.4 1.76 50.7 0.78 Commercial logging 5.3 0.3 30.5 35.5 28 5.4 28 1.5 0.1 1.02 5.3 0.15 Poultry and egg production 4.7 1.9 28.4 31.3 17 5.2 21 1.1 0.1 1.12 4.4 0.15 Vegetable and melon farming 3.5 1.9 60.9 62.5 30 4.1 34 2.7 0.1 1.15 9.7 0.06 Cattle ranching and farming 2.8 1.5 11.4 12.7 52 3.3 56 0.8 0.1 1.18 20.2 0.22 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.5 0.1 22.4 23.9 73 1.6 73 0.8 0.0 1.01 47.5 0.06 Dairy cattle and milk production 1.0 0.2 13.5 14.4 21 1.1 21 0.4 0.0 1.04 20.5 0.07 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.2 4.9 5.0 3 0.3 4 0.2 0.0 1.35 18.7 0.04 Grain farming 0.0 0.0 67.7 67.7 1 0.0 1 0.0 0.0 1.10 32.1 0.00 Agricultural Inputs & Services 406.8 112.7 92.6 386.7 6,056 459.9 6,464 233.2 10.9 1.13 15.9 1.05 Landscape services 214.8 52.5 40.6 202.9 3,791 241.6 4,023 135.9 6.4 1.12 18.7 1.06 Veterinary services 81.0 0.1 15.3 96.2 1,074 81.0 1,074 37.5 1.6 1.00 13.3 0.84 Pest control services 65.8 16.1 12.4 62.1 1,161 74.0 1,231 41.6 2.0 1.12 18.7 1.06 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 44.5 44.0 20.7 21.3 28 62.5 133 18.2 1.0 1.40 3.0 2.10 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.7 0.0 3.6 4.3 2 0.7 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 2.8 0.17 Mining 34.3 22.5 277.6 289.5 103 44.6 180 24.0 1.4 1.30 5.2 0.12 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 23.2 14.5 46.2 54.9 66 29.8 115 17.6 1.1 1.28 5.0 0.42 Extraction of oil and natural gas 3.1 0.1 161.1 164.1 7 3.2 8 0.7 0.1 1.02 2.5 0.02 Support activities for other mining 2.8 2.8 2.5 2.5 7 4.4 19 1.7 0.1 1.54 6.6 1.13 Drilling oil and gas wells 2.6 2.6 2.7 2.7 7 3.5 13 2.0 0.1 1.32 4.9 0.95 Mining and quarrying stone 1.5 1.5 39.9 39.9 10 2.2 16 1.4 0.1 1.51 11.0 0.04 Support activities for oil and gas operations 0.8 0.8 0.9 0.9 3 1.3 7 0.6 0.0 1.60 8.4 0.91 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 0.2 0.2 24.3 24.3 1 0.4 2 0.2 0.0 1.54 10.0 0.01 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 4,987.9 4,166.1 1,120.9 1,942.7 4,528 6,588.1 13,007 2,591.3 640.8 1.32 2.6 2.57 Tobacco product manufacturing 2,481.2 2,023.7 5.2 462.7 1,091 3,200.7 4,083 1,496.9 388.5 1.29 1.6 5.36 Breweries 1,141.5 1,130.6 145.1 155.9 628 1,604.1 3,319 609.2 195.0 1.41 2.9 7.32 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 650.0 624.9 197.7 222.7 990 882.0 2,512 202.4 13.7 1.36 3.9 2.92 Coffee and tea manufacturing 172.2 141.2 5.0 36.0 231 245.3 734 78.2 5.1 1.42 4.3 4.78 All other food manufacturing 139.0 82.3 10.9 67.7 474 185.4 795 53.2 2.7 1.33 5.7 2.05 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 92.8 7.7 11.6 96.7 513 97.4 549 38.6 0.9 1.05 5.9 0.96 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 68.9 26.8 8.1 50.2 147 82.9 233 15.9 0.8 1.20 3.4 1.37 Distilleries 67.7 66.3 45.0 46.4 64 89.4 211 50.5 31.3 1.32 3.1 1.46 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 39.5 3.7 221.2 257.0 83 41.0 96 5.5 0.1 1.04 2.4 0.15 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 34.2 0.3 62.7 96.6 47 34.3 48 5.8 0.1 1.00 1.4 0.35 Seafood product preparation and packaging 24.3 0.7 23.1 46.7 65 24.7 68 5.3 0.1 1.02 2.8 0.52 Frozen food manufacturing 18.9 18.5 75.0 75.5 51 27.9 114 11.2 0.6 1.47 6.0 0.25 Poultry processing 16.5 1.4 105.7 120.8 74 17.1 78 3.4 0.1 1.04 4.8 0.14 Other animal food manufacturing 12.9 12.5 18.1 18.5 13 16.8 38 3.7 0.3 1.30 3.0 0.70 Wineries 12.8 12.2 66.2 66.8 24 19.2 67 7.0 1.3 1.51 5.3 0.19 Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate 7.8 6.6 35.4 36.6 29 10.8 47 3.0 0.2 1.38 6.1 0.21 Fats and oils refining and blending 7.4 6.8 24.1 24.8 4 8.7 13 1.5 0.1 1.17 1.7 0.30 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 0.3 0.0 60.8 61.1 1 0.3 1 0.1 0.0 1.01 3.4 0.00 Forest Products Manufacturing 919.4 774.0 1,099.9 1,245.3 2,672 1,294.7 5,287 426.6 30.1 1.41 5.8 0.74 Paperboard container manufacturing 296.1 294.8 311.4 312.7 850 435.7 1,851 143.8 11.8 1.47 6.2 0.95 Stationery product manufacturing 210.8 201.5 19.9 29.2 711 312.8 1,433 102.5 7.5 1.48 6.8 7.22 Paperboard m ills 137.3 130.4 130.1 137.0 193 207.3 649 66.6 5.6 1.51 4.7 1.00 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 88.0 50.6 52.9 90.3 108 104.0 215 32.9 1.3 1.18 2.4 0.97 Sawmills and wood preservation 44.4 3.4 105.3 146.2 190 45.8 201 10.6 0.2 1.03 4.5 0.30 Engineered wood member and truss mf g 42.5 19.1 12.4 35.7 324 54.4 412 24.7 0.9 1.28 9.7 1.19 Coated and laminated paper & packaging paper 37.6 33.6 50.6 54.7 86 51.6 182 16.6 1.0 1.37 4.8 0.69 Paper mills 23.6 23.6 251.9 251.9 34 35.0 108 11.7 0.9 1.48 4.6 0.09 Pulp mills 12.7 12.7 24.9 24.9 17 19.3 62 6.6 0.6 1.52 4.9 0.51 Wood windows and doors and millwork 9.6 0.2 88.7 98.2 56 9.7 57 3.6 0.1 1.01 5.9 0.10 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 8.9 0.3 17.1 25.8 70 9.0 70 3.6 0.1 1.01 7.9 0.35 All other converted paper product 3.2 3.2 9.6 9.6 12 4.9 24 1.6 0.1 1.52 7.5 0.34 All other miscellaneous wood produc tion 2.5 0.2 11.2 13.5 15 2.7 16 1.1 0.0 1.05 6.2 0.19 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 2.3 0.3 13.7 15.7 8 2.5 9 0.7 0.0 1.06 3.8 0.15 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 3,626.9 935.5 265.9 2,957.3 50,999 4,169.8 55,338 2,399.0 376.3 1.15 15.3 1.23 Food services and drinking places 1,951.1 409.9 172.7 1,713.9 35,159 2,190.8 37,001 1,125.5 118.1 1.12 19.0 1.14 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 947.7 396.2 55.8 607.3 5,084 1,173.8 6,951 753.2 144.6 1.24 7.3 1.56 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 647.7 111.8 34.0 569.9 9,861 714.7 10,409 461.3 100.8 1.10 16.1 1.14 Retail lawn and garden centers 80.5 17.5 3.3 66.3 894 90.5 976 59.1 12.8 1.12 12.1 1.21 Nature based Recreation 101.8 20.8 27.0 108.1 799 115.7 913 48.4 5.0 1.14 9.0 0.94 Golf courses 82.8 16.3 16.8 83.3 648 93.9 740 39.2 4.0 1.13 8.9 0.99 Recreational fishing 17.2 3.4 3.5 17.4 135 19.6 154 8.2 0.8 1.13 8.9 0.99 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.8 1.1 6.7 7.4 16 2.3 20 1.0 0.1 1.27 11.0 0.24 Total 10,133.6 6,071.1 3,215.7 7,278.1 66,072 12,746.1 82,259 5,756.3 1,066.4 1.26 8.1 1.39

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79 52 88 93 148 273 365 381 427 443 547 674 703 735 993 1,099 1,118 3,515 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Education Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Transportation Consumer Services Information and Communications Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Construction Households Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 284 1,521 2,791 2,914 2,936 3,926 4,490 4,570 6,464 6,530 10,937 11,774 16,204 18,034 18,633 20,656 33,680 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Utilities Education Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Households Transportation Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Retail Trade Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Professional and Technical Services Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 10 14 25 36 62 170 591 0 200 400 600 800 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 198 296 324 1,088 1,313 1,848 16,128 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Escambia County Escambia County is located in the Pensacola economic region of on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 303,343. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 11.65 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 20.13 billion and employment was 166,346 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Gove rnment, Manufacturing, Health Care, Real Estate and Financial Services, and Agri culture and R elated as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 10.32 billion and exports of $ 4.90 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 25.55 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 33,680 jobs), Professional and Technical Services ( 20,656 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 18,633 j obs). I ndustry gro ups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 3.5 2 billion), Health Care ($ 1.12 billion), and Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 1.10 b illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.12 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.28 ) Social Services and Organizations ( 1.27 ), Information and Communication s ( 1.26 ), and Health Care (1.24) The average employment multiplier was 9.3 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 19.8 ), Retail Trade (16.9), and Education ( 15.1 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.79 with Hea lth Care having the highest ratio ( 1.43 ) In Escambia County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 5 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 5 th in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 1.68 billion Total exports of this industry group were $ 661.2 million and total imports were $ 825.8 million The apparent consumption of A gricultu re and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.85 billion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 2.01 billion and total employment impacts w ere 21,195 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 907.2 m illion including $ 108.5 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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80 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 956.3 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 369.9 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 119.5 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 16,128 jobs), Forest Products Manufacturing ( 1,848 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 1,313 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 590.5 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 170.1 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 62.0 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fis heries Production sectors exported 66 percent of output, compared to 3 9 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 24 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .21 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.19 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.12 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 9.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agric ulture and Related industries (12.6 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.3 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 616.6 million) ; Paper mills ($ 261.4 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 173.2 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 12,243 jobs) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 2,224 jobs) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ( 1,295 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food services and drinking places ($ 359.5 million) ; Pape r mills ($125.4 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 120.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agricult ure and R elated industry group s was 1.19, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.44 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.6, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 18.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0. 91 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 1.72 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Escambia County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 4,113.2 43.1 203.6 4,273.7 33,680 3,515.3 1.01 8.2 0.96 Manufacturing 2,021.8 1,427.3 4,310.7 4,905.2 4,490 427.2 1.28 4.2 0.41 Health Care 1,792.3 656.1 113.5 1,249.7 18,034 1,117.6 1.24 12.2 1.43 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,702.0 401.9 1,050.3 2,350.4 10,937 1,099.1 1.12 7.6 0.72 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,683.8 661.2 1,529.2 2,551.8 18,633 735.3 1.19 12.6 0.66 Professional and Technical Services 1,681.5 235.9 1,414.6 2,860.2 20,656 993.2 1.09 13.1 0.59 Construction 1,458.8 18.1 44.8 1,485.6 11,774 547.1 1.01 8.1 0.98 Information and Communications 1,091.6 503.9 650.8 1,238.6 2,914 380.8 1.26 4.6 0.88 Retail Trade 1,028.6 252.7 116.2 892.1 16,204 702.6 1.14 16.9 1.15 Households 968.4 2.5 0.0 966.0 2,936 674.4 1.00 3.0 1.00 Wholesale Trade 693.0 128.5 57.1 621.6 4,570 442.7 1.10 7.5 1.11 Consumer Services 648.6 176.2 117.6 590.0 6,530 364.9 1.14 11.3 1.10 Transportation 475.4 125.7 279.5 629.2 3,926 273.3 1.13 9.5 0.76 Social Services & Organizations 370.0 151.9 65.7 283.8 6,464 148.0 1.27 19.8 1.30 Travel and Entertainment Services 188.2 3.8 163.6 348.0 2,791 93.1 1.01 15.0 0.54 Utilities 115.3 106.6 145.4 154.1 284 87.5 1.23 4.3 0.75 Education 100.7 0.6 54.5 154.7 1,521 51.9 1.00 15.1 0.65 Total 20,133.5 4,896.1 10,317.1 25,554.5 166,346 11,654.1 1.12 9.3 0.79

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81 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Escambia County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 119.5 78.5 89.3 130.3 816 144.1 1,088 62.0 4.2 1.21 9.1 0.92 All other crop farming 43.4 33.9 2.8 12.3 141 53.6 247 22.1 2.5 1.24 5.7 3.54 Commercial logging 25.1 1.4 3.5 27.3 122 25.9 128 7.9 0.3 1.03 5.1 0.92 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 9.6 7.8 10.5 12.3 37 10.5 45 8.6 0.1 1.09 4.7 0.78 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 8.4 8.4 9.0 9.0 16 12.0 84 4.7 0.4 1.42 10.0 0.93 Cotton farming 8.2 8.2 0.5 0.5 38 10.9 64 5.3 0.2 1.33 7.8 16.11 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 5.0 2.9 6.6 8.7 243 7.1 262 4.7 0.2 1.40 52.0 0.58 Commercial f ishing 4.2 3.2 6.8 7.7 136 5.3 147 1.1 0.1 1.28 35.2 0.54 Cattle ranching and farming 3.5 2.7 3.2 4.0 17 4.7 24 1.2 0.1 1.33 6.9 0.88 Poultry and egg production 3.2 2.6 6.0 6.6 3 3.7 7 0.8 0.0 1.16 2.1 0.49 Grain farming 3.0 2.9 4.6 4.7 23 3.6 30 2.0 0.1 1.20 9.8 0.64 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.5 0.5 4.8 5.8 18 1.6 19 0.9 0.1 1.07 12.6 0.26 Oilseed farming 1.5 1.5 0.2 0.2 8 1.8 11 1.0 0.1 1.19 7.1 7.18 Dairy cattle and milk production 1.0 1.0 0.2 0.3 5 1.3 7 0.5 0.0 1.26 7.1 3.61 Fruit farming 0.7 0.5 12.0 12.2 5 0.8 6 0.5 0.0 1.16 8.9 0.06 Vegetable and melon farming 0.5 0.4 17.3 17.4 1 0.6 2 0.4 0.0 1.15 3.9 0.03 Tree nut farming 0.5 0.4 1.3 1.3 2 0.6 3 0.4 0.0 1.20 6.8 0.39 Agricultural Inputs & Services 73.1 0.0 29.7 102.7 1,313 73.1 1,313 35.7 1.5 1.00 18.0 0.71 Landscape services 35.4 0.0 15.7 51.1 718 35.4 718 18.2 0.7 1.00 20.3 0.69 Veterinary services 26.9 0.0 9.1 36.0 374 27.0 375 11.9 0.5 1.00 13.9 0.75 Pest control services 10.8 0.0 4.8 15.6 220 10.8 220 5.6 0.2 1.00 20.3 0.69 Mining 84.0 14.1 199.5 269.4 237 91.6 296 24.9 2.0 1.09 3.5 0.31 Extraction of oil and natural gas 70.4 1.8 186.9 255.5 165 71.7 173 15.0 1.5 1.02 2.5 0.28 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 8.9 8.9 7.7 7.8 52 13.4 88 7.3 0.4 1.50 9.8 1.15 Support activities for oil and gas operations 4.6 3.4 4.9 6.1 20 6.5 35 2.6 0.1 1.41 7.6 0.76 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 47.8 24.8 256.4 279.5 134 57.0 198 9.8 0.5 1.19 4.1 0.17 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 21.6 20.4 63.5 64.6 33 29.0 85 5.9 0.4 1.34 3.9 0.33 Anima l (except poultry) slaughtering 9.9 0.9 73.0 82.0 22 10.3 25 1.0 0.0 1.04 2.5 0.12 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 7.1 0.2 23.6 30.6 56 7.2 57 1.2 0.0 1.02 7.9 0.23 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 4.7 0.0 6.1 10.8 10 4.8 10 0.4 0.0 1.00 2.2 0.44 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch ocolate 2.3 2.0 11.0 11.3 8 3.2 14 0.9 0.0 1.37 6.2 0.21 Other animal food manufacturing 0.9 0.8 6.3 6.3 1 1.1 3 0.2 0.0 1.26 3.0 0.13 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 0.6 0.0 18.9 19.4 2 0.6 2 0.1 0.0 1.01 2.8 0.03 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling dr ying 0.4 0.3 38.3 38.3 1 0.5 2 0.1 0.0 1.35 5.1 0.01 All other food manufacturing 0.3 0.1 15.8 16.1 1 0.4 2 0.1 0.0 1.08 4.4 0.02 Forest Products Manufacturing 369.9 310.5 155.8 215.2 731 532.1 1,848 170.1 11.5 1.44 5.0 1.72 Paper mills 261.4 229.9 52.5 84.0 360 387.6 1,213 125.4 8.8 1.48 4.6 3.11 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 59.5 46.4 2.3 15.4 209 80.5 363 24.3 1.6 1.35 6.1 3.86 Coated and laminated paper & packaging paper 27.5 26.6 13.2 14.2 60 38.8 140 13.3 0.7 1.41 5.1 1.94 Sawmills and wood preservation 8.7 0.7 21.2 29.2 39 9.3 43 1.9 0.0 1.07 5.0 0.30 Paperboard container manufacturing 6.8 6.8 33.8 33.8 19 9.8 43 3.2 0.3 1.45 6.4 0.20 Wood windows and doors and millwork 3.1 0.1 22.2 25.3 19 3.2 19 1.1 0.0 1.01 6.2 0.12 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 2.7 0.1 6.3 8.9 24 2.7 24 0.9 0.0 1.02 9.2 0.30 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.1 0.0 4.3 4.4 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.06 8.3 0.03 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 956.3 225.2 88.9 820.0 15,112 1,076.2 16,128 590.5 87.3 1.13 16.9 1.17 Food services and drinking places 616.6 182.7 48.9 482.8 11,428 713.6 12,243 359.5 37.5 1.16 19.9 1.28 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 173.2 32.1 14.3 155.4 1,143 190.5 1,295 120.5 24.6 1.10 7.5 1.11 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 137.8 0.0 24.8 162.6 2,224 137.8 2,224 88.5 20.5 1.00 16.1 0.85 Retail lawn and garden centers 28.7 10.4 1.0 19.2 317 34.3 366 22.0 4.7 1.20 12.8 1.49 Nature based Recreation 33.3 8.1 6.1 31.3 291 37.1 324 14.2 1.6 1.11 9.7 1.07 Golf courses 20.6 1.4 4.9 24.1 173 21.6 181 8.0 0.8 1.04 8.8 0.86 Commercial hunting and trapping 8.4 6.4 0.1 2.1 82 11.0 105 4.5 0.6 1.32 12.6 3.90 Recreational fishing 4.3 0.3 1.0 5.0 36 4.5 38 1.7 0.2 1.04 8.8 0.86 Total 1,683.8 661.2 825.8 1,848.4 18,633 2,011.3 21,195 907.2 108.5 1.19 12.6 0.91

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82 5 23 25 29 31 32 33 41 54 58 70 85 101 137 157 181 232 0 100 200 300 Education Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Information and Communications Utilities Manufacturing Construction Professional and Technical Services Health Care Retail Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Households Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 139 174 236 247 421 508 544 681 690 957 987 1,188 1,437 1,538 2,314 3,944 4,164 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 Education Utilities Wholesale Trade Households Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Transportation Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Health Care Construction Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 4 5 8 27 41 90 0 50 100 Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 33 42 54 71 591 671 2,736 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Flagler County Flagler County is located in the Orlando economic region on the Atlantic coast of northeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 91,622. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.29 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 2.42 billion and employment was 20,168 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Manufacturing, Agriculture and R elated Government, Households, and Real Estate and Financial Services as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 2.15 billion and exports of $ 619.5 m illion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 3.95 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (4,164 jobs), Government ( 3,944 jobs), and Retail Tra de ( 2,314 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 232.2 m illion), Households ($ 180.6 m illion), and Agriculture and R elated ($ 156. 9 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.27 ) and Infor mation and Communication s (1.21). The average employment multiplier was 8.4 jobs per million dollars output. Th e highest employment multipliers were for Retail Trade ( 15.6 ), Government (14.9), and Education ( 14.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0 61 with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 1.13 ) In Flagler County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st i n employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 306.4 mil lion Total exports of this industry group were $ 113.1 million and total imports were $ 83.7 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 277.0 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 341.0 m illion and total employment impacts was 4,199 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 175.9 m illion including $ 18.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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83 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 158.5 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production Forest Products ($59.4 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 43.5 million ) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 2,736 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production (671 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services (591 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 89.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($41.0 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 26.6 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exp orted 66 percent of output, compared to 29 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 26 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .23 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.11 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.08 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 11.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related i ndustries ( 13.7 ) and higher than all industries ( 8. 4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 93.8 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($48.6 million) and Landscape services ($23.0 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places ( 1,788 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 809 jobs), and Landscape services ( 379 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added i mpacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 45.6 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($32.9 million), and Vegetable and melon farming ($ 16.8 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.11, with Forest Products Manufacturing group having the highest ( 1.26 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.7, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ( 17.3 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.11 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 2.15 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Ta ble B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Flagler County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Manufacturing 379.1 294.4 663.6 748.2 690 53.9 1.19 2.0 0.51 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 306.4 113.1 291.2 484.5 4,164 156.9 1.11 13.7 0.63 Government 264.3 7.6 3.5 260.2 3,944 232.2 1.01 14.9 1.02 Households 260.5 0.0 1.8 262.4 247 180.6 1.00 0.9 0.99 Real Estate and Financial Services 193.5 13.4 272.3 452.4 987 136.9 1.03 5.1 0.43 Construction 175.3 0.3 30.7 205.7 1,538 57.9 1.00 8.8 0.85 Retail Trade 148.8 14.2 96.1 230.8 2,314 101.3 1.04 15.6 0.64 Health Care 143.4 0.0 183.8 327.2 1,437 85.4 1.00 10.0 0.44 Professional and Technical Services 116.0 20.0 166.3 262.3 1,188 69.7 1.06 10.3 0.44 Information and Communications 97.8 50.1 103.0 150.7 422 33.3 1.21 4.5 0.65 Social Services & Organizations 81.7 52.4 43.1 72.3 957 32.0 1.27 12.0 1.13 Travel and Entertainment Services 60.0 19.4 31.5 72.2 508 31.3 1.11 8.6 0.83 Utilities 53.7 4.8 26.3 75.1 174 40.7 1.03 3.3 0.71 Transportation 52.2 25.3 62.7 89.6 681 28.7 1.17 13.2 0.58 Consumer Services 40.9 0.4 68.6 109.1 544 23.3 1.00 13.3 0.37 Wholesale Trade 38.4 4.0 77.5 111.8 236 24.7 1.04 6.2 0.34 Education 9.9 0.0 27.1 37.0 139 5.4 1.00 14.0 0.27 Total 2,422.0 619.5 2,149.2 3,951.8 20,168 1,294.1 1.08 8.4 0.61

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84 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Flagler County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 59.4 43.4 11.7 27.7 657 73.3 671 41.0 1.3 1.23 11.3 2.15 Vegetable and melon farming 21.7 17.2 1.4 5.8 105 25.6 109 16.8 0.5 1.18 5.0 3.70 Commercial logging 14.7 9.9 0.0 4.8 81 20.5 87 5.4 0.3 1.39 5.9 3.04 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 14.6 11.2 0.7 4.0 127 17.0 129 13.9 0.3 1.17 8.9 3.63 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 4.7 2.8 0.3 2.2 275 6.0 276 3.7 0.1 1.27 58.4 2.18 Commercial f ishing 1.3 1.3 1.6 1.6 44 1.5 44 0.3 0.0 1.15 33.3 0.82 Cattle ranching and farming 1.0 0.8 0.1 0.3 11 1.3 11 0.3 0.0 1.31 11.1 3.58 Fruit farming 0.7 0.1 4.6 5.2 10 0.7 10 0.4 0.0 1.03 15.6 0.13 Poultry and egg production 0.6 0.0 1.0 1.6 1 0.6 1 0.1 0.0 1.01 2.1 0.37 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 1.0 1.0 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.20 17.4 0.07 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.1 0.0 1.0 1.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.01 27.9 0.05 Agricultural Inputs & Services 43.5 29.2 8.2 22.5 582 52.2 591 26.6 1.5 1.20 13.6 1.94 Landscape services 23.0 17.1 1.5 7.4 373 28.5 379 16.7 0.9 1.24 16.5 3.10 Veterinary services 7.1 1.3 0.3 6.1 89 7.5 90 3.7 0.2 1.06 12.7 1.16 Pest control services 7.0 5.2 0.5 2.3 114 8.7 116 5.1 0.3 1.24 16.5 3.10 Fertilizer manufacturing 6.4 5.7 6.0 6.7 6 7.5 7 1.2 0.1 1.18 1.1 0.96 Mining 12.3 8.3 4.0 8.0 52 14.3 54 8.4 0.5 1.16 4.4 1.54 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 10.5 6.6 1.7 5.6 42 12.0 43 7.1 0.4 1.15 4.1 1.87 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 1.4 1.4 1.9 1.9 10 1.8 10 1.0 0.1 1.29 7.1 0.73 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.5 1 0.5 1 0.3 0.0 1.13 2.3 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 18.6 16.5 7.1 9.2 30 22.2 33 4.7 0.2 1.19 1.8 2.03 Snack food manufacturing 10.9 10.8 6.7 6.7 18 13.0 20 3.0 0.1 1.20 1.8 1.61 Coffee and tea manufacturing 7.8 5.7 0.4 2.4 12 9.1 13 1.7 0.1 1.18 1.7 3.22 Forest Products Manufacturing 9.0 5.1 7.2 11.1 69 11.3 71 3.7 0.1 1.26 8.0 0.81 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 6.0 4.9 0.4 1.5 53 8.1 55 3.0 0.1 1.36 9.3 4.09 Sawmills and wood preservation 1.8 0.1 4.0 5.7 8 1.9 8 0.4 0.0 1.06 4.6 0.32 Wood windows and doors and millwork 1.2 0.0 2.8 4.0 8 1.2 8 0.4 0.0 1.01 6.5 0.30 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 158.5 10.6 43.2 191.1 2,732 162.5 2,736 89.6 14.6 1.03 17.3 0.83 Food services and drinking places 93.8 0.1 20.9 114.6 1,788 93.8 1,788 45.6 4.8 1.00 19.1 0.82 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 48.6 7.7 2.6 43.5 806 51.7 809 32.9 7.4 1.06 16.6 1.12 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 9.6 1.0 19.4 28.0 59 9.9 59 6.4 1.3 1.04 6.2 0.34 Retail lawn and garden centers 6.5 1.7 0.3 5.0 79 7.1 80 4.6 1.0 1.10 12.3 1.29 Nature based Recreation 5.1 0.0 2.4 7.5 42 5.1 42 1.9 0.2 1.00 8.2 0.68 Golf courses 4.3 0.0 2.0 6.2 35 4.3 35 1.6 0.2 1.00 8.2 0.68 Recreational fishing 0.9 0.0 0.4 1.3 7 0.9 7 0.3 0.0 1.00 8.2 0.68 Total 306.4 113.1 83.7 277.0 4,164 341.0 4,199 175.9 18.4 1.11 13.7 1.11

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85 0 1 2 2 3 3 4 7 8 8 13 14 19 21 28 60 61 0 20 40 60 80 Education Utilities Information and Communications Manufacturing Transportation Social Services & Organizations Health Care Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Construction Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 6 8 27 44 46 49 75 80 144 179 206 282 348 372 373 816 1,116 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Education Utilities Information and Communications Households Manufacturing Transportation Health Care Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Professional and Technical Services Construction Retail Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 1 1 1 3 26 0 10 20 30 Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Mining Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 25 28 31 32 53 724 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Franklin County Franklin County is located in the Tallahassee economic region on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 11,280. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 254.0 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 414.7 m illion and employment was 4,17 0 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Government, Agriculture and R elated, Construction, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 315.2 m illion and exports of $ 140.6 m illion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 589.3 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,116 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 816 jobs), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 37 3 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($60.9 million), Government ($ 59.9 m illion), and Agriculture and Related ($ 28 0 million). The average imputed output multiplier s for all industry groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Utilities ( 1.28 ) Social Services and Organizations ( 1.26 ), and Manufacturing (1.19) The average employment multiplier was 10.9 jobs per million dollars output. The hig hest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 20.7 ), Education ( 17.7 ), and Government ( 15.6 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.70 with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest ratio ( 1.67 ) In Franklin County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 3 rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 57.9 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 31.4 million, and total imports were $ 8.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 34.8 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 67.2 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 893 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 33.0 m illion including $ 4.2 million in Indirect B usiness Taxes (Table B)

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86 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 40.7 million) Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($5.9 million), and Mining ($ 4.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 724 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (53 jobs) ; and Mining ( 32 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 25.6 million) ; Mining ($ 2.7 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 1.5 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 37 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 34 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .37 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.1 6 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 15.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 15.4 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and related industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 27.9 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 9.1 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($3.1 millio n) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 513 jobs) and Retail s tores f ood and beverage (183 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 16.8 million) and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 6.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.16, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 1.37 ). The average employment multiplier was 15.4, with Agricultural Input and Services having the highest ( 25.4 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.66 with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 6.83 ) The following table s show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Franklin County, Flor ida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 83.3 51.2 34.3 66.4 373 60.9 1.13 5.6 1.25 Government 72.2 2.6 0.8 70.5 1,116 59.9 1.01 15.6 1.02 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 57.9 31.4 42.7 69.3 816 28.0 1.16 15.4 0.84 Construction 39.3 0.0 18.4 57.7 348 12.7 1.00 8.8 0.68 Households 30.4 0.0 0.1 30.5 44 21.1 1.00 1.5 1.00 Retail Trade 28.0 10.8 10.5 27.7 372 19.1 1.10 14.1 1.01 Professional and Technical Services 26.0 11.6 36.0 50.4 282 13.8 1.18 12.5 0.52 Travel and Entertainment Services 16.4 10.2 3.6 9.9 206 8.4 1.18 14.3 1.67 Consumer Services 12.5 5.0 9.1 16.6 179 7.0 1.14 15.5 0.75 Wholesale Trade 12.3 1.3 4.3 15.4 80 7.9 1.03 6.7 0.80 Manufacturing 9.3 7.8 81.6 83.1 46 2.2 1.19 6.8 0.11 Social Services & Organizations 7.8 3.6 4.7 8.9 144 3.5 1.26 20.7 0.88 Information and Communications 7.1 2.4 19.0 23.8 27 2.1 1.08 4.5 0.30 Health Care 6.2 0.0 27.9 34.0 75 3.9 1.00 12.2 0.18 Transportation 4.3 1.5 10.0 12.9 49 2.5 1.09 12.2 0.34 Utilities 1.2 1.2 8.9 8.9 8 0.9 1.28 9.4 0.13 Education 0.3 0.0 3.2 3.6 6 0.2 1.00 17.7 0.10 Total 414.7 140.6 315.2 589.3 4,170 254.0 1.09 10.9 0.70

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87 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Franklin County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ outp ut) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 3.5 2.7 2.6 3.3 43 4.7 53 1.5 0.1 1.37 15.3 1.04 Commercial logging 2.5 1.8 0.0 0.7 14 3.6 23 0.9 0.1 1.42 9.0 3.48 Commercial f ishing 0.6 0.6 2.5 2.6 15 0.7 16 0.3 0.0 1.17 24.5 0.25 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.1 14 0.4 15 0.3 0.0 1.39 48.4 5.14 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.2 0.0 1.6 2.9 31 1.2 31 0.5 0.0 1.00 25.4 0.43 Landscape services 0.9 0.0 0.6 1.5 22 0.9 22 0.4 0.0 1.00 25.8 0.59 Pest control services 0.3 0.0 0.2 0.5 7 0.3 7 0.1 0.0 1.00 25.8 0.59 Veterinary services 0.1 0.0 0.9 0.9 2 0.1 2 0.0 0.0 1.00 20.2 0.09 Mining 4.1 3.5 0.7 1.3 26 4.9 32 2.7 0.1 1.19 7.8 3.11 Mining and quarrying stone 2.0 1.9 0.4 0.5 13 2.4 16 1.5 0.1 1.21 8.1 3.72 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 1.5 1.5 0.1 0.2 10 1.9 13 1.0 0.1 1.23 8.6 7.59 Support activities for oil and gas operations 0.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 3 0.7 3 0.2 0.0 1.07 4.9 1.04 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 5.9 5.2 0.1 0.9 18 7.3 28 1.4 0.1 1.24 4.8 6.83 Seafood product preparation and packaging 5.9 5.2 0.1 0.9 18 7.3 28 1.4 0.1 1.24 4.8 6.83 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 40.7 18.2 3.0 25.5 679 45.9 724 25.6 3.7 1.13 17.8 1.60 Food services and drinking places 27.9 13.7 1.6 15.8 480 31.8 513 16.8 1.8 1.14 18.3 1.77 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 9.1 4.2 0.3 5.3 172 10.4 183 6.4 1.4 1.14 20.1 1.73 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 3.1 0.3 1.1 3.8 20 3.2 21 2.0 0.4 1.03 6.7 0.80 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.6 0.0 0.0 0.6 8 0.6 8 0.4 0.1 1.00 13.4 0.96 Nature based Recreation 2.5 1.8 0.2 0.9 20 3.1 25 1.3 0.1 1.22 9.7 2.70 Golf courses 2.1 1.5 0.2 0.8 16 2.6 20 1.1 0.1 1.22 9.7 2.70 Recreational fishing 0.4 0.3 0.0 0.2 3 0.5 4 0.2 0.0 1.22 9.7 2.70 Total 57.9 31.4 8.2 34.8 816 67.2 893 33.0 4.2 1.16 15.4 1.66

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88 3 6 10 12 16 21 26 28 31 46 47 54 59 69 83 178 293 0 100 200 300 400 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Information and Communications Consumer Services Health Care Utilities Real Estate and Financial Services Transportation Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Construction Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 71 74 90 128 246 344 483 544 549 710 890 1,026 1,034 1,102 1,313 3,765 5,509 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 Households Utilities Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Real Estate and Financial Services Consumer Services Health Care Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Transportation Retail Trade Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 2 9 17 35 43 106 0 50 100 150 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Distribution Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 56 67 226 243 668 930 2,250 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Gadsden County Gadsden County is located in the Tallahassee economic region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 47,474. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 982.4 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.66 billion and employment was 17,877 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Agriculture and R elated, Manufacturing, Construction, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 1.45 billion and exports of $ 521.2 m illion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 2.59 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 5,509 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 3,765 jobs), and Construction ( 1,313 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 293.3 m i llion), Agriculture and Related ($ 178.3 m illion), and Households ($ 83 4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Education ( 1.29 ) Manufacturing ( 1.24 ), Social Services and Organizations ( 1.21 ), and Agriculture and R elated (1.20 ). The average employment multiplier was 11.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 26.9 ), Transportation ( 19.1 ), and Education ( 18.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.64 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 1.18 ) In Gadsden County, Agriculture, Natural Resource s, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 328.2 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 215.6 million and total imports were $ 109.3 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 221.8 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 392.5 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 4,441 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 214.2 m illion including $ 14.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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89 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($117.0 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($81.6 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 59.5 million) Groups with the highest employment impac ts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (2,250 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 930 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 668 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fishe ries Production ($ 106.5 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 43.0 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($34.8 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 88 percent of output, compared to 66 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 31 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .24 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.2 0 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 19.2 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.5 ) and higher than all industries ( 11.7 ). Individual se ctors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($ 76.4 million) ; Veneer and plywood manufacturing ($ 57.2 million) ; and Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay ($ 24.4 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ( 1,321 jobs) ; Support activities for agriculture and forestry ( 544 jobs) ; and Veneer and plywood manufacturing ( 391 jobs) Sectors with the highest v alue added impacts were Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($ 75.5 million) ; Veneer and plywood manufacturing ($ 30.0 million) ; and Mining and quarrying sand, gravel, clay ($ 1 6 3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.20, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.30 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.5, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 19.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.48 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 5. 5 9 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gadsden County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 330.2 3.1 2.4 329.5 5,509 293.3 1.00 16.7 1.00 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 328.2 215.6 227.2 339.8 3,765 178.3 1.20 13.5 0.97 Manufacturing 183.1 151.6 400.5 432.1 890 59.5 1.24 7.0 0.42 Construction 171.9 0.5 109.2 280.7 1,313 69.2 1.00 7.6 0.61 Households 120.5 0.0 1.4 121.9 71 83.4 1.00 0.6 0.99 Wholesale Trade 83.9 14.3 7.0 76.7 549 53.6 1.05 7.2 1.09 Professional and Technical Services 80.0 43.5 149.8 186.2 1,026 46.6 1.18 14.6 0.43 Retail Trade 67.1 10.4 52.9 109.6 1,102 45.7 1.04 16.9 0.61 Transportation 60.7 28.5 33.7 65.9 1,034 30.8 1.13 19.1 0.92 Real Estate and Financial Services 47.3 5.9 199.0 240.3 344 27.5 1.05 7.8 0.20 Utilities 34.8 17.3 11.9 29.4 74 26.4 1.06 2.7 1.18 Consumer Services 34.3 5.4 39.3 68.2 483 16.0 1.05 14.7 0.50 Information and Communications 33.9 4.4 68.8 98.3 128 12.3 1.03 4.1 0.34 Health Care 32.9 0.0 90.4 123.3 544 20.9 1.00 16.5 0.27 Social Services & Organizations 28.9 13.7 20.5 35.7 710 9.5 1.21 26.9 0.81 Travel and Entertainment Services 14.8 3.0 26.1 37.8 246 6.3 1.08 17.5 0.39 Education 5.7 4.0 10.9 12.6 90 2.8 1.29 18.2 0.45 Total 1,658.2 521.2 1,451.1 2,588.1 17,877 982.4 1.09 11.7 0.64

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9 0 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Gadsden County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 117.0 102.7 25.6 39.9 1,881 144.8 2,250 106.5 3.1 1.24 19.2 2.93 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 76.4 72.0 0.5 4.9 1,110 94.0 1,321 75.5 1.9 1.23 17.3 15.74 Vegetable and melon farming 19.8 17.3 0.7 3.2 161 23.7 226 15.5 0.4 1.20 11.4 6.13 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 12.8 9.1 0.3 4.0 506 16.8 544 11.9 0.5 1.31 42.3 3.22 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 2.5 2.5 4.2 4.2 6 4.5 56 1.8 0.1 1.78 21.8 0.61 Cattle ranching and farming 2.4 0.0 3.1 5.5 44 2.4 44 0.4 0.1 1.00 18.0 0.44 Dairy cattle and milk production 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 20 1.2 23 0.5 0.0 1.21 22.0 42.38 Commercial logging 0.4 0.0 12.5 12.9 3 0.4 3 0.1 0.0 1.01 5.9 0.03 All other crop farming 0.4 0.0 0.9 1.3 5 0.4 5 0.2 0.0 1.02 12.6 0.32 Grain farming 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.4 10 0.4 11 0.2 0.0 1.17 32.4 0.81 Poultry and egg production 0.3 0.0 0.6 0.9 1 0.3 1 0.1 0.0 1.00 3.4 0.34 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 2 0.2 3 0.1 0.0 1.29 20.3 0.97 Tobacco farming 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.0 6 0.2 7 0.1 0.0 1.29 45.1 35.49 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.1 0.0 2.4 2.5 7 0.1 7 0.1 0.0 1.01 45.3 0.06 Agricultural Inputs & Services 20.5 8.5 8.9 21.0 224 22.6 243 8.7 0.4 1.10 11.8 0.98 Landscape services 7.3 3.7 0.9 4.5 125 8.3 134 4.7 0.2 1.13 18.3 1.62 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 6.1 1.8 2.3 6.5 12 6.5 16 1.1 0.0 1.07 2.6 0.93 Veterinary services 2.9 0.0 1.4 4.3 47 2.9 47 1.1 0.0 1.00 16.2 0.67 Pest control services 2.2 1.1 0.3 1.4 38 2.5 41 1.4 0.1 1.13 18.3 1.62 Fertilizer manufacturing 2.0 1.8 4.0 4.2 2 2.4 5 0.4 0.0 1.22 2.7 0.47 Mining 27.6 25.4 15.8 18.0 170 34.4 226 17.3 1.0 1.24 8.2 1.53 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 24.4 22.9 1.6 3.2 162 30.8 214 16.3 0.9 1.26 8.8 7.67 Support activities for other mining 2.5 2.5 3.5 3.5 7 2.9 10 0.8 0.0 1.16 4.1 0.70 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.7 0.0 10.6 11.3 2 0.7 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.06 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 16.4 2.5 4.7 18.6 39 18.1 56 2.0 0.1 1.11 3.4 0.88 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 15.6 2.5 1.4 14.5 35 17.3 51 1.7 0.1 1.11 3.3 1.08 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.8 0.0 3.3 4.1 5 0.8 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 6.4 0.19 Forest Products Manufacturing 81.6 70.5 3.5 14.6 476 105.7 668 43.0 3.3 1.30 8.2 5.59 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 57.2 48.7 2.1 10.6 271 72.7 391 30.0 2.6 1.27 6.8 5.38 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 21.7 20.6 0.3 1.4 188 29.8 255 11.9 0.6 1.37 11.8 15.41 Wood windows and doors and millwork 2.7 1.3 1.1 2.5 17 3.2 21 1.1 0.0 1.19 7.9 1.06 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 59.5 3.6 49.9 105.8 916 60.6 930 34.8 6.6 1.02 15.6 0.56 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 21.0 3.6 1.8 19.2 137 22.1 151 14.0 3.0 1.05 7.2 1.09 Food services and drinking places 19.7 0.0 44.2 63.9 387 19.7 387 9.4 1.0 1.00 19.6 0.31 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 17.7 0.0 2.7 20.5 377 17.7 377 10.7 2.5 1.00 21.2 0.87 Retail lawn and garden centers 1.1 0.0 1.3 2.3 15 1.1 15 0.7 0.2 1.00 14.0 0.45 Nature based Recreation 5.6 2.4 0.8 3.9 59 6.4 67 1.9 0.2 1.15 12.1 1.43 Golf courses 4.0 1.5 0.6 3.1 41 4.5 46 1.3 0.1 1.14 11.6 1.30 Recreational fishing 0.8 0.3 0.1 0.6 8 0.9 10 0.3 0.0 1.14 11.6 1.30 Commercial hunting and trapping 0.8 0.6 0.0 0.2 10 0.9 12 0.3 0.0 1.22 15.2 3.54 Total 328.2 215.6 109.3 221.8 3,765 392.5 4,441 214.2 14.6 1.20 13.5 1.48

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91 0 1 1 3 4 5 5 6 8 8 10 11 13 18 33 62 66 0 20 40 60 80 Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Utilities Real Estate and Financial Services Consumer Services Transportation Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Construction Health Care Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 16 23 35 62 66 76 96 148 186 230 254 267 372 413 1,098 1,270 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 Education Utilities Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Households Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Retail Trade Transportation Construction Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 0 1 8 9 9 47 0 20 40 60 Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 2 3 59 124 168 270 778 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Gilchrist C ounty Gilchrist County is located in the Gainesville economic region of n orth c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 17,116. Gross Regional Produ ct (total value added) of the county was $ 253.6 billion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 504.8 m illion and employment was 4,610 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output we re Agriculture and R elated, Government, Households, Construction, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 607.7 m illion and exports of $ 211.0 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 901.5 m illion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,270 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 1,098 jobs), and Health Care ( 413 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 66.1 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 62.3 m illion), and Households ($ 32.7 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufactu ring ( 1.21 ) Agriculture and R elated (1.15), and Information and Communications (1.13) The average employment multiplier was 10.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 2 3 .5 ), Government ( 17.7 ), and Health Care ( 17.1 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.56 with Agriculture and R elated having the highest ratio ( 1.17 ) In Gilchrist County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 192.7 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 155.4 million and total imports were $ 54.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 91.6 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 222.0 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 1,405 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 75.9 m illion including $ 4.9 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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92 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($102.5 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 47.9 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 22.9 million) Groups with the highest employment impa cts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (778 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 270 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 168 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisher ies Production ($ 47.3 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 9.3 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 8.2 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 87 percent of output, compared to 81 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 42 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 16 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.1 5 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.08 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 7.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 7.3 ) and lower than all industries ( 10.0 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Dairy cattle and milk production ($ 50.6 million) ; Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 47.9 million) ; and Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 23.5 mill ion) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Dairy cattle and milk production ( 363 jobs) ; Forestry, forest products and timber tract ( 163 jobs) ; and Food services and drinking places ( 146 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Dairy cattle and milk production ($ 22.6 million) ; Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 9.3 million) ; and Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 9.2 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.1 5, with Forest Products Manufacturing group having the highest ( 1.28 ). The average employment multiplier was 7.3, with Agricultural Input and Services having the highest ( 19.3 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.10 with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ratio ( 10.29 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gilchrist County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 192.7 155.4 127.2 164.5 1,098 62.3 1.15 7.3 1.17 Government 72.0 0.8 1.8 72.9 1,270 66.1 1.00 17.7 0.99 Households 47.1 0.0 0.2 47.3 96 32.7 1.00 2.0 1.00 Construction 41.2 0.0 39.2 80.4 372 12.8 1.00 9.0 0.51 Health Care 25.7 11.2 45.0 59.5 413 17.7 1.10 17.1 0.43 Professional and Technical Services 19.6 3.0 41.8 58.4 186 10.2 1.04 9.8 0.34 Transportation 17.7 8.6 14.9 24.0 267 7.9 1.11 16.9 0.74 Manufacturing 16.2 14.2 135.9 137.9 66 4.8 1.21 6.2 0.12 Retail Trade 15.9 0.3 25.6 41.3 254 10.9 1.00 16.0 0.39 Consumer Services 15.1 3.8 12.9 24.1 230 7.5 1.04 15.7 0.63 Utilities 12.5 6.8 11.3 16.9 16 5.4 1.08 1.7 0.74 Real Estate and Financial Services 10.0 1.1 78.1 87.0 76 6.0 1.03 8.0 0.12 Wholesale Trade 7.0 0.7 18.9 25.2 62 4.4 1.02 9.0 0.28 Social Services & Organizations 6.4 1.5 8.9 13.9 148 2.7 1.05 23.5 0.46 Information and Communications 3.5 2.1 25.7 27.1 23 0.7 1.13 8.0 0.13 Travel and Entertainment Services 2.2 1.3 13.1 14.0 35 1.4 1.12 17.0 0.16 Education 0.0 0.0 7.1 7.1 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 504.8 211.0 607.7 901.5 4,610 253.6 1.08 10.0 0.56

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93 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Gilchrist County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 102.5 89.3 19.8 33.0 572 118.6 778 47.3 2.7 1.16 7.6 3.10 Dairy cattle and milk production 50.6 49.6 0.0 1.0 302 58.1 363 22.6 1.0 1.15 7.2 51.00 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 23.5 23.5 2.1 2.1 48 28.5 163 9.3 0.9 1.21 6.9 10.98 Vegetable and melon farming 9.6 8.6 0.3 1.3 24 10.4 34 6.8 0.2 1.09 3.6 7.20 Cattle ranching and farming 6.1 4.1 0.1 2.1 34 8.3 48 1.7 0.2 1.37 7.8 2.85 All other crop farming 4.3 0.2 2.3 6.5 17 4.4 17 1.6 0.2 1.01 3.9 0.67 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.5 0.0 10.0 12.4 109 2.5 109 1.8 0.0 1.00 43.9 0.20 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 1.8 1.3 0.3 0.7 8 1.9 9 1.6 0.0 1.09 5.3 2.41 Commercial logging 1.1 0.1 4.1 5.2 5 1.1 5 0.4 0.0 1.01 4.7 0.21 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.1 0.6 0.1 0.6 15 1.2 16 0.6 0.0 1.10 15.1 1.92 Poultry and egg production 0.9 0.5 0.1 0.4 1 1.0 2 0.2 0.0 1.12 1.9 2.04 Fruit farming 0.8 0.5 0.4 0.7 6 0.9 7 0.5 0.0 1.09 9.2 1.21 Tobacco farming 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.0 4 0.3 4 0.1 0.0 1.14 14.4 35.58 Agricultural Inputs & Services 3.1 0.3 0.7 3.5 59 3.1 59 1.4 0.1 1.01 19.3 0.87 Landscape services 1.4 0.2 0.3 1.5 28 1.4 28 0.7 0.0 1.03 20.4 0.93 Veterinary services 1.3 0.0 0.3 1.6 23 1.3 23 0.4 0.0 1.00 17.9 0.80 Pest control services 0.4 0.1 0.1 0.5 8 0.4 9 0.2 0.0 1.03 20.4 0.93 Mining 1.0 0.0 5.6 6.5 2 1.0 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.15 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.0 0.0 5.6 6.5 2 1.0 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.15 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 47.9 46.4 3.2 4.7 72 54.5 124 9.2 0.4 1.14 2.6 10.29 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 47.9 46.4 3.2 4.7 72 54.5 124 9.2 0.4 1.14 2.6 10.29 Forest Products Manufacturing 22.9 18.8 1.4 5.5 121 29.2 168 9.3 0.3 1.28 7.3 4.15 All other miscellaneous wood product 11.5 10.1 0.2 1.6 70 15.2 99 6.0 0.2 1.32 8.6 7.41 Sawmills and wood preservation 11.4 8.7 1.3 4.0 51 14.1 69 3.2 0.1 1.23 6.1 2.88 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 14.9 0.2 23.5 38.2 270 14.9 270 8.2 1.4 1.00 18.2 0.39 Food services and drinking places 7.8 0.0 15.5 23.3 146 7.8 146 3.8 0.4 1.00 18.8 0.33 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 4.5 0.0 3.2 7.7 98 4.5 98 2.7 0.6 1.00 21.9 0.58 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.8 0.2 4.7 6.3 15 1.8 16 1.1 0.2 1.02 9.0 0.28 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.9 0.0 0.0 0.9 10 0.9 10 0.6 0.1 1.00 11.6 0.95 Nature based Recreation 0.5 0.5 0.0 0.1 2 0.6 3 0.3 0.0 1.13 5.6 5.47 Commercial hunting and trapping 0.5 0.5 0.0 0.1 2 0.6 3 0.3 0.0 1.13 5.6 5.47 T otal 192.7 155.4 54.2 91.6 1,098 222.0 1,405 75.9 4.9 1.15 7.3 2.10

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94 0 0 2 2 3 3 4 4 6 9 10 11 14 17 22 31 55 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Education Information and Communications Health Care Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Retail Trade Wholesale Trade Transportation Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Households Utilities Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 10 32 47 49 52 55 84 120 176 190 204 293 305 483 556 921 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 Education Information and Communications Utilities Health Care Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Retail Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Transportation Construction Households Professional and Technical Services Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 2 3 4 5 54 0 20 40 60 Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 10 32 41 41 129 950 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Glades County Glades County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdale economic region of s outh c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 10,950. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 192.7 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 352.1 m illion and employment was 3,579 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Construction, Utilities and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 301.6 m illion and exports of $ 169.0 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 484.7 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 921 jobs), Government ( 556 jobs), and Professional and Technical Fin ancial Services ( 483 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($ 55.2 million), Government ($ 31.3 m illion), and Utilities ($ 21.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated (1 .21 ) Manufacturing ( 1.17 ), Professional and Technical Services ( 1.17 ), and Social S ervices and Organizations (1.17) The average employment multiplier was 11.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Retail Trade (30.2), Social Services and Organizations ( 27.9 ), and Professional and Technical Services ( 25.6 ). The average output/consum ption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.73 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 9. 2 2 ) In Glades County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 112.8 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 87.9 million and total imports were $ 20.6 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 45.4 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 136.1 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 1,203 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 67.2 m illion including $ 4.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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95 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ( 82.4 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 13.5 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 8.0 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ( 950 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Di stribution (129 jobs) ; and Nature based Recreation ( 41 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ($ 54.1 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 4.6 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($3.7 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 86 percent of output, compared to 78 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 48 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 19 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 21 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 11 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 11.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 10.7 ) and the same as all industries ( 11.5 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit Farming ($ 32.3 million) ; Sugarcane and sugar beet farming ($ 26.0 million) ; and Dry condensed and evaporated dairy products ($ 13.5 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Sugarcane and sugar beet farming ( 536 jobs), Fruit farming ( 221 jobs), and Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ( 121 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($ 24.2 million) ; Sugarcane and sugar beet farming ($ 15.1 million) ; and Greenhouse nursery and floriculture produc ts ($ 6.8 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.21, with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.48 ). The average employment multiplier was 10.7 with Agricultural Input and Services having the highest ( 28.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.48 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 86.82 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Glades County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 112.8 87.9 58.3 83.2 921 55.2 1.21 10.7 1.36 Government 41.8 0.0 1.3 43.0 556 31.3 1.00 13.3 0.97 Construction 36.5 0.3 13.2 49.4 293 13.7 1.00 8.1 0.74 Utilities 28.6 28.5 3.0 3.1 32 21.7 1.10 2.1 9.22 Manufacturing 25.9 22.2 79.3 83.1 49 8.6 1.17 3.5 0.31 Households 24.3 1.6 0.0 22.7 305 17.4 1.02 12.7 1.07 Professional and Technical Services 20.4 13.5 26.4 33.3 483 10.0 1.17 25.6 0.61 Real Estate and Financial Services 17.4 0.3 30.1 47.2 190 11.3 1.00 11.0 0.37 Transportation 13.5 7.9 9.0 14.6 204 5.9 1.14 17.8 0.93 Wholesale Trade 6.3 0.7 7.4 13.0 52 3.9 1.02 8.6 0.49 Retail Trade 5.8 0.0 14.7 20.5 176 3.9 1.00 30.2 0.28 Consumer Services 5.2 1.8 8.8 12.2 84 3.0 1.07 17.0 0.42 Travel and Entertainment Services 5.1 1.7 3.4 6.8 55 2.6 1.09 11.8 0.75 Social Services & Organizations 4.6 2.5 4.5 6.6 120 2.1 1.17 27.9 0.70 Health Care 3.1 0.0 25.2 28.3 47 1.8 1.00 15.3 0.11 Information and Communications 0.8 0.2 13.4 14.0 10 0.1 1.03 13.3 0.06 Education 0.0 0.0 3.7 3.7 0 0.0 NA NA 0.00 Total 352.1 169.0 301.6 484.7 3,579 192.7 1.11 11.5 0.73

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96 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Glades County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 82.4 71.3 2.6 13.8 710 98.0 950 54.1 3.2 1.19 11.5 5.98 Fruit farming 32.3 31.6 0.2 0.9 103 38.5 221 24.2 1.2 1.19 6.9 36.53 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 26.0 24.6 0.0 1.5 444 32.0 536 15.1 1.5 1.23 20.6 17.46 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 7.4 6.9 0.2 0.6 13 8.2 22 6.8 0.1 1.11 3.0 11.99 Cattle ranching and farming 6.2 4.7 0.1 1.6 14 8.3 26 1.8 0.2 1.34 4.3 3.93 Dairy cattle and milk production 4.1 0.2 0.1 4.0 10 4.2 10 1.6 0.1 1.01 2.5 1.02 Vegetable and melon farming 3.5 3.2 0.3 0.6 4 4.0 12 2.6 0.1 1.14 3.3 5.86 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.7 0.0 1.8 4.4 121 2.7 121 1.9 0.0 1.00 45.1 0.61 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 1 0.3 2 0.1 0.0 1.10 6.8 1.60 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.1 0.3 0.2 1.1 32 1.2 32 0.5 0.0 1.04 28.8 1.04 Landscape services 0.9 0.2 0.2 0.8 24 0.9 25 0.3 0.0 1.04 28.8 1.04 Pest control services 0.3 0.1 0.1 0.3 7 0.3 8 0.1 0.0 1.04 28.8 1.04 Mining 2.8 1.7 6.2 7.4 7 3.2 10 1.6 0.1 1.14 3.6 0.39 Mining and quarrying stone 1.8 1.7 0.9 1.0 4 2.2 8 1.3 0.1 1.21 4.4 1.88 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.0 0.0 5.4 6.4 2 1.1 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.2 0.16 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 13.5 9.6 0.2 4.1 13 20.0 41 3.7 0.2 1.48 3.0 3.27 Dry condensed and evaporated dairy product 13.5 9.6 0.2 4.1 13 20.0 41 3.7 0.2 1.48 3.0 3.27 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 8.0 0.2 11.2 19.0 129 8.0 129 4.6 0.8 1.00 16.3 0.42 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 3.1 0.0 0.7 3.9 58 3.1 58 1.9 0.4 1.00 18.6 0.81 Food services and drinking places 3.0 0.0 8.5 11.4 53 3.0 53 1.5 0.2 1.00 17.9 0.26 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.6 0.2 1.8 3.3 13 1.6 14 1.0 0.2 1.02 8.6 0.49 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.3 0.0 0.2 0.4 4 0.3 4 0.2 0.0 1.00 16.1 0.62 Nature based Recreation 4.9 4.8 0.0 0.1 31 5.7 41 2.7 0.4 1.16 8.3 86.82 Commercial hunting and trapping 4.9 4.8 0.0 0.1 31 5.7 41 2.7 0.4 1.16 8.3 86.82 Total 112.8 87.9 20.6 45.4 921 136.1 1,203 67.2 4.7 1.21 10.7 2.48

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97 0 3 3 5 6 7 8 9 12 12 21 27 27 33 36 37 83 0 50 100 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Consumer Services Health Care Wholesale Trade Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Information and Communications Households Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Utilities Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 19 45 47 56 75 123 134 189 191 243 265 268 310 647 801 1,660 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Education Households Wholesale Trade Transportation Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Utilities Health Care Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 0 1 1 9 13 17 0 5 10 15 20 Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 2 9 13 20 120 289 498 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Gulf County Gulf County is located in the Panama City economic region on the Gulf coast of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 15,755. Gros s Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 331.2 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 612.7 m illion and employment was 5,074 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government Agriculture and R elated, Construction, Utilities, and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The co unty had total domestic and international imports of $ 607.0 m illion and exports of $ 205.0 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 1.01 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,660 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 801 jobs), and Construction ( 647 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 83.5 m illion) and Utilities ($ 3 7 .0 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Information and Communication s ( 1.19 ) Agriculture and R elated (1.17), Manufacturing ( 1.16 ), and Social Services and Organizations ( 1.14). The average employment multiplier was 8.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 25.1 ), Government ( 17.3 ), and Health Care ( 15. 9 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industr y groups in this county was 0.60 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 5.19 ) In Gulf County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 78.9 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 35.5 million and total imports were $ 33.3 million The apparent c onsumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 76.7 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 92.2 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 950 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 40.7 m illion including $ 4.1 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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98 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 30.1 million) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 20.8 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 19.4 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 498 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 289 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 120 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 17.2 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 12.5 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 9.0 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 75 percent of output, compared to 45 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 33 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture h ad a higher output multiplier (1 .35 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndus tries (1.17 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.08 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 14.9 jobs per million dollars output ) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 12.0 ) and higher than all industries ( 8.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 17.5 million) ; Paper mills ($ 11.9 million) ; and Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 8.5 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (331 jobs) ; Retail stores food and beverage ( 146 jobs) ; and Forestry, forest products and tim ber tract ( 112 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 8.6 million) ; Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 5.9 million) ; and Retail stores food and beverage ($ 5.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.17, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 1.35 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.0, with Food and Kindred Products D istribution having the highest ( 16.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.03 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 2.59 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Gulf County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 96.2 0.0 3.1 99.3 1,660 83.5 1.00 17.3 0.97 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 78.9 35.5 86.2 129.6 801 33.0 1.17 12.0 0.61 Construction 77.2 0.8 72.0 148.4 647 27.2 1.00 8.4 0.52 Utilities 56.9 51.8 5.9 11.0 134 37.0 1.10 3.1 5.19 Manufacturing 55.3 44.8 169.6 180.2 56 6.3 1.16 1.7 0.31 Information and Communications 53.7 33.2 28.5 48.9 123 21.3 1.19 3.4 1.10 Real Estate and Financial Services 53.3 17.1 51.2 87.4 310 36.3 1.10 6.6 0.61 Households 38.4 0.0 0.5 38.8 19 26.6 1.00 0.5 0.99 Professional and Technical Services 21.3 2.7 66.0 84.5 268 11.7 1.04 13.0 0.25 Retail Trade 17.5 4.5 22.9 35.9 265 11.9 1.06 15.6 0.49 Consumer Services 14.4 3.9 17.4 27.8 191 6.8 1.07 13.9 0.52 Wholesale Trade 13.8 1.5 13.7 26.1 45 9.2 1.03 3.5 0.53 Health Care 12.0 0.6 29.5 40.9 189 8.3 1.02 15.9 0.29 Social Services & Organizations 10.1 4.6 6.6 12.1 243 5.5 1.14 25.1 0.84 Transportation 7.5 2.2 19.1 24.3 47 3.5 1.06 6.9 0.31 Travel and Entertainment Services 6.3 1.8 9.3 13.8 75 3.2 1.09 12.7 0.46 Education 0.0 0.0 5.7 5.7 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 612.7 205.0 607.0 1,014.6 5,074 331.2 1.08 8.9 0.60

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99 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Gulf County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 19.4 14.5 2.6 7.5 179 26.1 289 12.5 0.7 1.35 14.9 2.59 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 8.5 8.5 1.5 1.5 16 13.2 112 5.9 0.5 1.55 13.1 5.86 Commercial logging 4.9 3.0 0.0 2.0 21 6.4 30 2.5 0.1 1.29 6.1 2.50 Commercial f ishing 3.0 3.0 0.4 0.4 55 3.6 60 1.8 0.1 1.21 19.9 8.25 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.9 0.0 0.8 3.7 87 2.9 87 2.4 0.0 1.00 29.7 0.79 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.3 0.0 1.4 2.6 20 1.3 20 0.8 0.0 1.00 15.6 0.49 Landscape services 1.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 15 1.0 15 0.6 0.0 1.00 15.6 0.49 Pest control services 0.3 0.0 0.3 0.6 5 0.3 5 0.2 0.0 1.00 15.6 0.49 Mining 1.1 0.0 15.9 17.0 2 1.1 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.06 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.1 0.0 15.9 17.0 2 1.1 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.06 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 5.4 0.8 0.3 5.0 12 5.7 13 0.7 0.0 1.05 2.4 1.08 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 5.4 0.8 0.3 5.0 12 5.7 13 0.7 0.0 1.05 2.4 1.08 Forest Products Manufacturing 20.8 17.8 2.7 5.6 87 26.2 120 9.0 0.5 1.26 5.8 3.71 Paper mills 11.9 10.4 2.0 3.5 17 15.4 35 4.5 0.3 1.30 2.9 3.43 Engineered wo od member and truss mfg 8.0 7.4 0.1 0.8 65 9.9 79 4.2 0.2 1.24 9.9 10.35 Wood windows and doors and millwork 0.9 0.1 0.5 1.4 5 0.9 6 0.3 0.0 1.02 6.3 0.65 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 30.1 2.4 10.1 37.8 492 30.8 498 17.2 2.8 1.02 16.5 0.80 Food services and drinking places 17.5 0.0 6.2 23.7 331 17.6 331 8.6 0.9 1.00 18.9 0.74 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 8.3 2.0 0.4 6.8 142 8.9 146 5.7 1.3 1.07 17.5 1.23 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 3.4 0.4 3.4 6.5 11 3.5 12 2.4 0.5 1.03 3.5 0.53 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.8 0.0 0.0 0.8 9 0.8 9 0.5 0.1 1.02 11.4 1.01 Nature based Recreation 0.9 0.0 0.3 1.2 9 0.9 9 0.3 0.0 1.00 9.3 0.77 Golf courses 0.8 0.0 0.2 1.0 7 0.8 7 0.2 0.0 1.00 9.3 0.77 Recreational fishing 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.2 1 0.2 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 9.3 0.77 Total 78.9 35.5 33.3 76.7 801 92.2 950 40.7 4.1 1.17 12.0 1.03

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100 0 2 3 4 4 5 5 5 9 9 11 15 16 18 33 77 101 0 50 100 150 Education Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Manufacturing Consumer Services Construction Retail Trade Utilities Transportation Health Care Travel and Entertainment Services Households Social Services & Organizations Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 3 16 27 30 32 60 80 116 155 178 179 202 235 288 451 1,174 1,530 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Education Information and Communications Households Utilities Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Construction Transportation Retail Trade Health Care Social Services & Organizations Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 7 18 118 0 50 100 150 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 37 263 362 1,059 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Hamilton County Hamilton County is located in the Tallahassee economic region of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 14,592. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 316.9 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.0 7 billion and employment was 4,754 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated Government, Social Services and Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services and Households a s shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 936.5 m illion and exports of $ 689.6 m illi on Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 1.31 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,530 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 1,174 jobs), and Social Services and Organizations ( 451 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($101.2 million), Government ($ 77.0 m i llion), and Social Servic es and Organizations ($ 32.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.19 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.26 ) Travel and Entertainment Services (1.13), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 1.11 ) The average employment multiplier was 5.1 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Government ( 18.4 ), Retail Trade (18.1), and Educ ation ( 16.9) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.8 1 with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 8.20 ) In Hamilton County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 709.5 m illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 558.4 million and total imports were $ 100.8 million A pparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 252.0 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 892.8 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 1,721 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 143.6 m illion including $ 10.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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101 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Agricultural Inputs and Services ($655.4 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($37.4 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 13.3 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Agricultural Inputs and Serv ices ( 1,059 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (362 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 263 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Agricultural Inputs and Services ($117.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, F orestry, and Fisheries Production ($17.6 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($7.0 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 82 percent of output, compared to 79 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 65 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 18 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 26 ) and lower than al l industries in the county (1.19 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 9.7 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 2.4 ) and higher than all industries ( 5.1 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fertilizer manufacturing ($ 6 5 3.9 million), All other crop farming ($ 8.1 million), and Food services and drinking places ($ 7.5 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Fertilizer manufactu ring ( 1,030 jobs), Food services and drinking places ( 154 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 95 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fertilizer manufacturing ($ 116.9 million), Vegetable and melon farming ($5.0 million), All oth er crop farming ($ 3.5 million), and Food services and drinking places ($ 3.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.26, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 1.27 ). The average employment multiplier was 2.4, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ( 19.7 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.82 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 4.11) The following tables show det ailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Hamilton County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 709.5 558.4 217.7 368.9 1,174 101.2 1.26 2.4 1.92 Government 83.0 0.0 1.9 84.9 1,530 77.0 1.00 18.4 0.98 Social Services & Organizations 71.0 66.5 4.1 8.7 451 32.6 1.08 7.2 8.20 Travel and Entertainment Services 26.1 22.3 7.1 10.9 178 16.0 1.13 8.1 2.40 Households 26.1 0.0 0.2 26.3 27 18.1 1.00 1.0 0.99 Utilities 25.8 0.0 87.1 112.9 30 9.2 1.00 1.2 0.23 Health Care 22.2 13.5 16.0 24.7 288 15.0 1.08 13.7 0.90 Transportation 20.4 3.5 52.5 69.3 202 11.0 1.02 10.2 0.29 Construction 18.5 0.0 89.1 107.6 179 5.0 1.00 9.7 0.17 Manufacturing 13.3 12.1 190.9 192.1 60 4.7 1.07 5.1 0.07 Retail Trade 13.1 3.7 13.8 23.2 235 9.0 1.03 18.1 0.57 Consumer Services 10.2 5.1 28.3 33.4 155 4.9 1.05 15.7 0.31 Professional and Technical Services 8.2 0.6 90.4 98.0 116 4.4 1.01 14.2 0.08 Real Estate and Financial Services 8.1 3.2 82.0 86.9 80 3.9 1.11 11.0 0.09 Wholesale Trade 4.9 0.5 25.2 29.7 32 3.2 1.01 6.6 0.17 Information and Communications 4.3 0.1 26.5 30.8 16 1.7 1.00 3.6 0.14 Education 0.1 0.0 3.8 3.9 3 0.1 1.00 16.9 0.04 Total 1,065.1 689.6 936.5 1,312.1 4,754 316.9 1.19 5.1 0.81

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102 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Hamilton County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 37.4 30.5 5.5 12.3 273 44.0 362 17.6 1.0 1.18 9.7 3.03 All other crop farming 8.1 6.3 0.0 1.9 54 9.1 67 3.5 0.4 1.12 8.2 4.31 Vegetable and melon farming 7.1 6.4 0.2 0.9 31 7.7 40 5.0 0.1 1.09 5.7 8.12 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 5.0 5.0 1.4 1.4 9 6.2 45 2.4 0.2 1.23 9.0 3.51 Poultry and egg production 4.7 3.9 0.0 0.8 9 5.4 12 1.0 0.0 1.16 2.6 5.87 Commercial logging 3.5 2.6 0.0 0.9 18 4.6 26 1.2 0.1 1.32 7.5 3.91 Cattle ranching and farming 3.0 2.3 0.0 0.7 29 4.4 41 0.9 0.1 1.46 13.8 4.00 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 2.0 0.0 0.0 22 2.4 25 0.9 0.0 1.17 12.1 45.44 Grain farming 1.5 1.4 0.9 1.0 23 1.6 25 0.8 0.0 1.11 17.0 1.52 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.4 0.0 2.2 3.6 61 1.4 61 1.0 0.0 1.00 43.2 0.39 Fruit farming 0.4 0.2 0.2 0.4 6 0.4 6 0.3 0.0 1.08 15.2 1.07 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.2 7 0.3 7 0.2 0.0 1.07 25.4 1.38 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 0.3 0.1 0.4 0.5 2 0.3 2 0.2 0.0 1.03 8.3 0.48 Tobacco farming 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.0 3 0.2 4 0.0 0.0 1.14 23.9 35.61 Agricultural Inputs & Services 655.4 524.8 78.0 208.5 605 831.7 1,059 117.6 8.0 1.27 1.6 3.14 Fertilizer manufacturing 653.9 524.8 73.3 202.3 577 830.3 1,030 116.9 8.0 1.27 1.6 3.23 Landscape services 0.9 0.0 2.6 3.5 18 0.9 18 0.5 0.0 1.00 19.1 0.27 Pest control services 0.3 0.0 0.8 1.1 5 0.3 5 0.2 0.0 1.00 19.1 0.27 Veterinary services 0.3 0.0 1.4 1.6 5 0.3 5 0.1 0.0 1.00 18.5 0.16 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 13.3 0.2 17.2 30.3 262 13.3 263 7.0 1.2 1.00 19.7 0.44 Food services and drinking places 7.5 0.0 10.5 18.0 154 7.5 154 3.5 0.4 1.00 20.4 0.42 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 4.2 0.1 0.3 4.4 95 4.2 95 2.5 0.6 1.00 22.8 0.96 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.2 0.1 6.3 7.4 8 1.3 8 0.8 0.2 1.01 6.6 0.17 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.4 0.0 0.1 0.5 6 0.4 6 0.2 0.1 1.00 15.9 0.71 Nature based Recreation 3.5 2.8 0.2 0.8 34 3.8 37 1.3 0.2 1.09 10.9 4.11 Golf courses 1.8 1.3 0.1 0.7 15 2.0 17 0.8 0.1 1.09 9.1 2.78 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.2 1.2 0.0 0.0 16 1.4 17 0.4 0.1 1.10 13.9 28.41 Recreational fishing 0.4 0.3 0.0 0.1 3 0.4 3 0.2 0.0 1.09 9.1 2.78 Total 709.5 558.4 100.8 252.0 1,174 892.8 1,721 143.6 10.4 1.26 2.4 2.82

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103 2 3 8 9 9 12 15 18 20 23 31 37 44 47 53 112 0 50 100 150 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Information and Communications Manufacturing Transportation Construction Professional and Technical Services Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Households Utilities Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 82 83 94 117 156 157 183 240 307 337 397 421 653 793 1,225 1,925 6,325 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 Education Information and Communications Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Households Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Transportation Construction Retail Trade Social Services & Organizations Health Care Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 4 7 11 15 21 261 0 100 200 300 Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 49 93 93 132 153 594 7,139 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Hardee County Hardee County is located in the Orlando economic region of s outh c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 29 415. Gross Regiona l Product (total value added) of the county was $ 694.0 m illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.25 billion and employment was 13,493 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Health Care, Manufacturing, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 82 8 .5 m illion and exports of $ 61 8 4 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 1.46 billion in 2008 Industry grou ps with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (6,325 jobs), Government ( 1,925 jobs), and He alth Care (1,225 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($251.1 million), Government ($ 111.6 m illion), and Health Care ($ 52.5 m illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.16 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.27 ) Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.24 ), and Social Services and Organizations ( 1.23 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.8 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (20.0), Transportation (19.0), and Soc ial Services and Organizations ( 18.1 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.86 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 5 00 ) In Hardee County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st a mong all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd i n exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 484.8 m illion Total exports of this industry gr oup were $ 377.4 million and total imports were $ 90.2 million The apparent consumption of agriculture and related goods and services w as $ 197.6 m illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 616.5 m illion and total employment impacts w ere 8,255 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 321.2 m illion including $ 17.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).

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104 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($348.7 million), Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 37.5 million) and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 33.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 7,139 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 594 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ( 153 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($261.2) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 21.2 million) ; and Mining ($ 15.4 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 88 percent of output, compared to 78 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 49 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .30 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 27 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 16 ) Production agriculture had a hig her employment multiplier ( 20.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 17.0 ) and higher than all industries ( 12.8 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit farming ($ 153.2 million), Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($ 63.9 million), and Dairy cattle and milk production ($ 42.9 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Support activities for agriculture and f orestry (3,667 j obs), Fruit farming ( 2,377 jobs), and Dairy cattle and milk production ( 380 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($124.6 million) ; Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($55.1 million) ; and Greenhouse nursery a nd floriculture products ($32.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.27, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 1.30 ). The average employment multiplier was 17.0, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 20.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 2.45 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 6.31) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Hardee County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 484.8 377.4 181.2 288.6 6,325 251.1 1.27 17.0 1.68 Government 156.6 0.7 3.0 158.9 1,925 111.6 1.00 12.3 0.99 Health Care 74.7 31.3 31.6 74.9 1,225 52.5 1.17 18.0 1.00 Manufacturing 66.8 53.1 222.7 236.4 156 9.1 1.21 3.8 0.28 Households 63.2 0.1 0.0 63.1 157 44.0 1.00 2.5 1.00 Utilities 61.3 61.3 12.3 12.3 94 46.6 1.12 2.7 5.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 56.1 17.5 112.1 150.8 337 37.1 1.09 6.8 0.37 Social Services & Organizations 50.1 37.9 6.6 18.8 793 19.6 1.23 18.1 2.66 Construction 47.6 0.0 52.9 100.5 421 15.4 1.00 8.9 0.47 Retail Trade 46.2 9.5 18.7 55.4 653 31.5 1.07 14.8 0.83 Wholesale Trade 36.7 3.9 8.5 41.3 240 23.4 1.03 7.0 0.89 Professional and Technical Services 32.6 3.3 75.5 104.8 307 18.3 1.03 9.7 0.31 Information and Communications 23.0 8.0 36.5 51.6 83 9.0 1.11 4.8 0.45 Transportation 22.2 5.7 22.5 39.0 397 11.7 1.09 19.0 0.57 Consumer Services 15.5 2.6 22.0 35.0 183 8.0 1.04 12.2 0.44 Travel and Entertainment Services 7.8 5.0 16.3 19.1 117 3.3 1.24 17.2 0.41 Education 4.3 1.1 6.2 9.3 82 1.7 1.09 20.0 0.46 Total 1,249.6 618.4 828.5 1,459.8 13,493 694.0 1.16 12.8 0.86

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105 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Hardee County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 348.7 307.8 14.3 55.2 5,414 453.1 7,139 261.2 11.3 1.30 20.5 6.31 Fruit farming 153.2 149.7 1.1 4.6 1,296 203.2 2,377 124.6 5.9 1.33 15.5 33.38 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 63.9 44.4 0.3 19.8 3,457 88.5 3,667 55.1 2.2 1.38 57.4 3.23 Dairy cattle and milk production 42.9 42.1 0.0 0.9 272 51.0 380 20.5 1.0 1.19 8.8 49.62 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 34.2 31.7 0.4 2.9 163 39.3 228 32.1 0.6 1.15 6.7 11.69 Vegetable and melon farming 20.5 17.5 1.0 4.0 54 24.8 135 15.9 0.4 1.21 6.6 5.10 Cattle ranching and farming 18.7 13.8 0.3 5.2 110 25.7 170 5.7 0.7 1.37 9.1 3.61 Commercial logging 8.3 3.4 0.0 5.0 38 10.3 56 3.6 0.2 1.24 6.8 1.68 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.5 8 6.6 108 2.5 0.2 1.86 30.3 1.02 Poultry and egg production 2.3 1.8 0.2 0.8 3 2.8 6 0.6 0.0 1.19 2.7 3.05 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.7 0.0 0.4 1.1 11 0.7 11 0.4 0.0 1.01 14.9 0.67 All other crop farming 0.3 0.0 7.3 7.5 1 0.3 1 0.1 0.0 1.01 4.2 0.03 Agricultural Inputs & Services 29.7 14.5 27.7 43.0 102 34.4 132 6.6 0.4 1.16 4.4 0.69 Fertilizer manufacturing 13.8 9.6 12.4 16.6 13 17.2 34 2.3 0.2 1.24 2.4 0.84 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 11.6 3.7 12.8 20.7 8 12.6 15 1.8 0.1 1.09 1.3 0.56 Landscape services 3.1 0.9 0.6 2.8 60 3.3 62 1.8 0.1 1.08 20.2 1.11 Pest control services 0.9 0.3 0.2 0.9 18 1.0 19 0.5 0.0 1.08 20.2 1.11 Veterinary services 0.3 0.0 1.9 2.2 2 0.3 2 0.2 0.0 1.00 7.3 0.13 Mining 23.0 13.8 23.1 32.4 63 26.8 93 15.4 0.9 1.16 4.1 0.71 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 21.9 13.7 2.7 10.9 60 25.7 91 15.1 0.9 1.17 4.2 2.02 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.1 0.0 20.4 21.5 2 1.1 2 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.05 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 33.1 29.9 5.3 8.5 68 44.1 153 10.9 0.6 1.33 4.6 3.89 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling dr ying 33.1 29.9 5.3 8.5 68 44.1 153 10.9 0.6 1.33 4.6 3.89 Forest Products Manufacturing 9.1 7.4 1.0 2.8 49 15.7 93 4.3 0.2 1.72 10.2 3.30 Sawmills and wood preservation 7.1 5.8 0.9 2.2 33 12.5 70 3.3 0.2 1.77 9.8 3.26 All other miscellaneous wood product 2.1 1.6 0.2 0.6 16 3.2 24 1.0 0.0 1.53 11.6 3.47 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 37.5 1.2 18.2 54.5 589 37.9 594 21.2 3.8 1.01 15.8 0.69 Food services and drinking places 17.2 0.0 15.4 32.6 347 17.2 347 8.0 0.8 1.00 20.2 0.53 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 10.0 0.2 0.6 10.3 171 10.0 172 6.4 1.5 1.01 17.3 0.96 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 9.2 1.0 2.1 10.3 60 9.5 64 6.0 1.3 1.03 7.0 0.89 Retail lawn and garden centers 1.2 0.0 0.1 1.2 11 1.2 11 0.8 0.2 1.01 9.8 0.97 Nature based Recreation 3.7 2.9 0.4 1.2 40 4.6 49 1.6 0.2 1.23 13.3 3.00 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.8 1.7 0.0 0.1 24 2.3 29 0.8 0.1 1.25 15.8 14.04 Golf courses 1.5 1.0 0.3 0.9 14 1.9 17 0.7 0.1 1.22 10.9 1.69 Recreational fishing 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.2 3 0.4 3 0.1 0.0 1.22 10.9 1.69 Total 484.8 377.4 90.2 197.6 6,325 616.5 8,255 321.2 17.4 1.27 17.0 2.45

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106 0 1 5 9 12 17 19 19 20 21 30 37 42 46 61 158 591 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Education Utilities Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Transportation Professional and Technical Services Health Care Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Households Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 6 16 84 123 187 195 226 453 514 664 684 685 970 1,069 1,298 2,653 12,505 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 Education Utilities Manufacturing Information and Communications Households Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Health Care Transportation Construction Retail Trade Social Services & Organizations Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 6 7 51 187 524 0 200 400 600 Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 16 66 188 1,488 3,424 13,409 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Hendry County Hendry County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdal e economic region of s outh c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 39,594. Gross Region al Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.0 9 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 2. 24 billion and employment was 22,331 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Construction, Households and Retail Trade as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 1.37 b illion and exports of $ 1. 30 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 2.31 billion in 2008. Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 12, 505 jo bs), Government (2,653 jobs), and Social Services and Organization ( 1,298 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($5 9 1 .4 million), Government ($ 157.5 m illion), and Households ($ 61.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.17 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.25 ) Social Services and Organizations (1.21), and Manufacturing ( 1.19 ) The ave rag e employment multiplier was 12.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 28.2) Education (19.4), and Consumer Services ( 17.9 ) The average output/consu mption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.97 with Agriculture and R elated having the highest ratio ( 2.21 ) In Hendry County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 1.39 b illion Total exports of this industry group w ere $ 1.17 billion and total imports were $ 167.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 381.4 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.74 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 18,592 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 776.0 million including $ 45.0 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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107 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 698.3 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($570.5 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 82.6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Produ ction ( 13,409 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ( 3,424 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 1,488 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 523.8 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($187.5 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($50.6 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 83 percent of output, compared to 85 percent for all Agriculture, N atural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 58 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 24 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 25 ) and higher than al l industrie s in the county (1. 17 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 19.2 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.4 ) and higher than all industries ( 12.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit farming ($407.7 million), Sugarcane mills and refining ($ 375.6 million), and Frozen food manufacturing ($ 135.7 million). Sectors with the highest employ ment impacts were Support activities for agriculture and forestry ( 6,123 jobs), Fruit farming ( 4,831 jobs), and Sugarcane mills and refining ( 2,588 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($ 325.3 million), Sugarcane mills and refining ($ 109.3 million), and Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($ 95.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.25, with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.29 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.4 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 19.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 3.64 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the high est ratio ( 5.41 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Hendry County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,386.8 1,172.6 412.2 626.3 12,505 591.4 1.25 13.4 2.21 Government 185.0 1.6 3.3 186.6 2,653 157.5 1.00 14.4 0.99 Construction 111.9 0.1 41.4 153.2 970 37.5 1.00 8.7 0.73 Households 88.4 0.1 0.0 88.3 187 61.5 1.00 2.1 1.00 Retail Trade 67.6 11.5 24.3 80.4 1,069 46.1 1.04 16.3 0.84 Real Estate and Financial Services 65.9 10.1 152.1 207.9 453 41.8 1.06 7.6 0.32 Transportation 55.5 19.6 51.7 87.5 685 19.9 1.10 13.6 0.63 Social Services & Organizations 49.8 29.0 5.5 26.2 1,298 19.0 1.21 28.2 1.90 Health Care 47.0 10.8 67.4 103.7 684 30.4 1.06 15.3 0.45 Professional and Technical Services 40.9 4.7 130.3 166.5 514 21.1 1.04 12.9 0.25 Consumer Services 38.5 8.5 26.2 56.1 664 19.0 1.06 17.9 0.69 Information and Communications 36.7 10.9 40.8 66.6 123 11.8 1.08 4.0 0.55 Wholesale Trade 27.7 2.9 57.3 82.1 226 17.3 1.03 8.5 0.34 Manufacturing 18.4 15.3 282.0 285.0 84 4.9 1.19 6.5 0.06 Travel and Entertainment Services 17.3 3.9 12.5 26.0 195 9.1 1.07 12.0 0.67 Utilities 1.8 0.0 51.1 52.9 16 1.3 1.00 8.7 0.03 Education 0.3 0.0 11.9 12.2 6 0.1 1.00 19.4 0.02 Total 2,239.4 1,301.8 1,369.9 2,307.5 22,331 1,089.6 1.17 12.9 0.97

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108 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Hendry County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Job s) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 698.3 581.4 12.2 129.1 9,935 869.2 13,409 523.8 23.6 1.24 19.2 5.41 Fruit farming 407.7 397.9 3.2 13.1 2,104 521.7 4,831 325.3 14.9 1.28 11.9 31.21 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 115.6 76.0 0.5 40.2 5,805 147.6 6,123 95.7 3.4 1.28 52.9 2.88 Vegetable and melon farming 72.4 62.6 3.3 13.1 117 84.7 385 55.1 1.4 1.17 5.3 5.53 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 60.7 12.0 0.1 48.8 1,671 64.2 1,739 28.7 2.9 1.06 28.6 1.24 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 21.4 16.0 1.1 6.6 77 28.0 128 5.9 0.7 1.31 6.0 3.27 Cattle ranching and farming 10.1 8.8 1.5 2.8 29 11.4 48 9.3 0.2 1.13 4.7 3.60 Commercial f ishing 3.0 2.9 0.9 0.9 98 3.3 101 0.5 0.0 1.11 34.2 3.33 Animal production except cattle and poultry 2.5 1.2 0.4 1.7 23 2.7 26 1.5 0.1 1.09 10.4 1.47 Poultry and egg production 2.3 1.6 1.2 1.9 2 2.6 5 0.5 0.0 1.11 1.9 1.22 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.1 2.0 0.0 0.1 8 2.3 12 0.9 0.0 1.13 6.0 38.02 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 0.4 0.4 0.1 0.1 1 0.7 11 0.2 0.0 1.82 30.7 5.74 Agricultural Inputs & Services 23.7 10.2 23.7 37.3 166 26.3 188 6.1 0.3 1.11 7.9 0.64 Fertilizer manufacturing 15.9 8.6 21.5 28.9 15 18.2 32 2.1 0.1 1.14 2.0 0.55 Landscape services 4.8 1.2 0.9 4.4 97 5.1 101 2.6 0.1 1.07 21.2 1.07 Veterinary services 1.5 0.0 1.1 2.6 24 1.5 24 0.6 0.0 1.00 15.6 0.59 Pest control services 1.5 0.4 0.3 1.4 30 1.6 31 0.8 0.0 1.07 21.2 1.07 Mining 10.3 9.4 2.4 3.3 41 12.7 66 7.4 0.3 1.24 6.4 3.15 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 6.7 6.4 0.7 1.0 30 8.4 47 4.8 0.2 1.26 7.0 7.05 Mining and quarrying stone 2.8 2.7 1.4 1.5 8 3.5 15 2.1 0.1 1.25 5.5 1.85 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.7 0.3 0.3 0.8 3 0.8 3 0.4 0.0 1.04 4.4 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 570.5 547.4 104.8 127.8 929 737.7 3,424 187.5 11.8 1.29 6.0 4.46 Sugarcane mills and refining 375.6 368.9 90.2 96.9 482 498.2 2,588 109.3 7.7 1.33 6.9 3.88 Frozen food manufacturing 135.7 129.3 10.7 17.1 412 169.4 711 50.3 2.0 1.25 5.2 7.93 Flour milling and malt manufacturing 50.0 46.4 3.8 7.4 29 60.1 116 24.3 1.0 1.20 2.3 6.73 Tobacco product manufacturing 9.2 2.9 0.1 6.4 6 9.9 9 3.6 1.0 1.07 0.9 1.45 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 82.6 23.3 23.5 82.8 1,420 89.0 1,488 50.6 8.9 1.08 18.0 1.00 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 37.3 22.5 0.9 15.7 655 43.5 721 27.0 5.8 1.17 19.4 2.37 Food services and drinking places 36.9 0.1 8.0 44.9 687 36.9 687 18.3 1.9 1.00 18.6 0.82 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 6.9 0.7 14.3 20.5 57 7.1 59 4.4 0.9 1.03 8.5 0.34 Retail lawn and garden centers 1.5 0.0 0.3 1.7 22 1.5 22 0.9 0.2 1.00 14.9 0.84 Nature based Recreation 1.5 0.9 0.5 1.2 14 1.8 16 0.6 0.1 1.17 10.8 1.30 Golf courses 1.2 0.7 0.4 1.0 11 1.5 13 0.5 0.1 1.17 10.8 1.30 Recreational fishing 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.2 2 0.3 3 0.1 0.0 1.17 10.8 1.30 Total 1,386.8 1,172.6 167.2 381.4 12,505 1,736.7 18,592 776.0 45.0 1.25 13.4 3.64

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109 4 28 31 58 58 60 88 98 131 148 160 242 250 264 317 359 430 0 200 400 600 Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Manufacturing Transportation Professional and Technical Services Construction Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Households Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 160 166 178 351 726 881 1,092 2,404 2,660 2,683 3,602 3,656 4,301 6,306 6,505 7,065 7,648 0 5,000 10,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Households Wholesale Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Transportation Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Retail Trade Health Care Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 1 11 14 27 32 189 0 50 100 150 200 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 29 31 154 299 577 884 6,147 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Hernando County Hernando County is located in the Tampa St. Petersburg economic region on the Gulf coast of central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 171,233. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 2.7 3 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 4.91 billion and employment was 50,383 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Health Care, Government, Construction, Agriculture and R elated, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 3.62 b illion and exports of $ 967.8 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 7.56 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (7,648 jobs), Government ( 7,065 jobs), and Health Care ( 6,505 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 429.9 m illion), Health Care ($ 359.1 m illion), and Households ($ 317.3 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Transportation (1.26), Manufacturing ( 1.26 ) and Social Services and Organizations (1.23) The ave rage employment multiplier was 11.1 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 20.3 ), Education ( 19.4 ), and Retai l Trade ( 18.5 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.65 with Transportation having the highest ratio ( 1.64 ) In Hernando County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 4 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 487.5 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 123.4 million and total imports were $ 140.8 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 504.9 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 533.1 million and total employment impacts w ere 8,122 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 275.6 million including $ 34 5 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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110 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 333.4 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 54.2 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 47.2 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 6,147 jobs) ; A gricultural Inputs and Services ( 884 jobs ) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production (577 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 189.1 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 31.6 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 27.3 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 64 percent of output, compared to 25 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elat ed i ndustries (Table B) and 20 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 16 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 09 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 08 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 10.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 16.7 ) and lower than all industries ( 11.1 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group wi th the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 202.5 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 97.6 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 23.7 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services a nd dr inking places (4,025 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,796 jobs), and Landscape services ( 460 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 98.5 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 68.6 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 15.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.09, with Mining having the highest ( 1.31 ). The average employment multiplier was 16.7, wi th Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest (18.7 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.97 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 1.77 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Hernando County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Health Care 595.3 45.4 94.6 644.4 6,505 359.1 1.04 11.3 0.92 Government 519.7 14.9 11.5 516.3 7,065 429.9 1.02 13.8 1.01 Construction 488.6 6.1 47.7 530.2 4,301 159.7 1.01 8.9 0.92 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 487.5 123.4 516.2 880.3 7,648 249.7 1.09 16.7 0.55 Households 458.3 0.0 5.0 463.3 351 317.3 1.00 0.8 0.99 Real Estate and Financial Services 420.5 42.8 575.9 953.6 3,656 263.9 1.06 9.4 0.44 Transportation 377.3 258.1 110.7 230.0 2,404 130.9 1.26 9.1 1.64 Retail Trade 357.8 64.8 118.9 411.9 6,306 242.0 1.08 18.5 0.87 Manufacturing 304.4 239.7 1,160.3 1,225.0 1,092 98.0 1.26 6.1 0.25 Professional and Technical Services 267.0 50.5 346.2 562.7 3,602 148.4 1.10 14.6 0.47 Consumer Services 167.8 26.5 66.7 207.9 2,660 88.4 1.06 16.5 0.81 Social Services & Organizations 149.4 60.1 45.6 134.9 2,683 58.1 1.23 20.3 1.11 Wholesale Trade 94.7 10.0 119.0 203.7 726 59.6 1.04 8.1 0.46 Utilities 76.4 3.2 63.9 137.1 160 58.0 1.02 2.3 0.56 Information and Communications 70.4 6.7 188.6 252.4 178 27.6 1.04 2.9 0.28 Travel and Entertainment Services 64.7 15.7 84.1 133.1 881 31.0 1.11 14.8 0.49 Education 8.6 0.0 67.8 76.3 166 3.6 1.00 19.4 0.11 Total 4,908.3 967.8 3,622.7 7,563.2 50,383 2,725.0 1.08 11.1 0.65

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111 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Hernando County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 54.2 34.7 21.4 40.9 482 63.0 577 31.6 1.1 1.16 10.6 1.32 Vegetable and melon farming 11.8 6.1 3.8 9.5 51 12.8 65 8.4 0.2 1.09 5.5 1.24 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 11.1 7.3 2.4 6.3 87 12.6 103 10.3 0.2 1.13 9.2 1.77 Poultry and egg production 9.9 6.2 0.7 4.4 18 11.7 30 2.4 0.1 1.17 3.0 2.28 Dairy cattle and milk production 5.1 4.9 0.0 0.2 53 5.9 61 2.4 0.1 1.15 12.0 30.78 Cattle ranching and farming 3.5 2.8 0.3 1.0 34 4.6 45 1.0 0.1 1.33 12.9 3.62 Fruit farming 2.9 0.6 4.3 6.6 40 3.1 42 1.9 0.1 1.05 14.6 0.44 Animal production except cattle and poultry 2.6 0.7 0.6 2.4 63 2.7 65 1.5 0.1 1.06 25.3 1.08 Commercial logging 2.2 1.7 0.0 0.6 10 3.2 17 1.2 0.1 1.42 7.7 4.04 Commercial f ishing 1.8 1.6 3.1 3.3 55 2.1 58 0.5 0.0 1.16 32.2 0.55 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 1.8 1.8 0.7 0.7 4 2.5 19 0.7 0.1 1.38 10.6 2.61 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.2 0.8 2.2 2.6 65 1.6 70 1.0 0.0 1.36 57.6 0.46 All other crop farming 0.3 0.2 3.4 3.5 2 0.3 2 0.1 0.0 1.16 8.7 0.07 Agricultural Inputs & Services 47.2 19.1 5.5 33.6 803 54.9 884 27.3 1.4 1.16 18.7 1.40 Landscape services 20.9 8.6 3.1 15.4 424 24.2 460 12.7 0.6 1.16 22.0 1.35 Veterinary services 18.5 7.5 0.6 11.6 246 21.8 280 10.4 0.5 1.18 15.1 1.60 Pest control services 6.4 2.6 0.9 4.7 130 7.4 141 3.9 0.2 1.16 22.0 1.35 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 1.4 0.4 0.9 1.9 3 1.5 4 0.3 0.0 1.07 2.7 0.75 Mining 18.2 16.6 17.2 18.8 102 23.8 154 14.3 0.7 1.31 8.5 0.97 Mining and quarrying stone 16.7 15.2 8.4 9.9 94 21.9 143 13.3 0.6 1.31 8.5 1.69 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 0.8 0.8 8.2 8.2 5 1.0 7 0.6 0.0 1.37 9.4 0.09 Support activities for oil and gas operations 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.4 2 0.5 3 0.2 0.0 1.30 7.4 1.03 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 1 0.4 2 0.2 0.0 1.16 4.9 0.98 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 6.4 1.3 28.2 33.4 24 7.0 29 1.2 0.0 1.08 4.6 0.19 All other food manufacturing 6.1 1.0 2.9 8.0 22 6.6 27 1.1 0.0 1.07 4.4 0.77 Frozen food manufacturing 0.2 0.2 11.1 11.1 1 0.3 2 0.1 0.0 1.30 6.9 0.02 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.1 0.0 14.3 14.3 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.01 13.4 0.01 Forest Products Manufacturing 3.4 0.4 9.3 12.4 30 3.6 31 1.0 0.0 1.04 9.1 0.28 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 2.3 0.4 1.4 3.3 22 2.4 23 0.7 0.0 1.05 10.1 0.69 Wood windows and doors and millwork 1.2 0.0 8.0 9.1 8 1.2 8 0.3 0.0 1.01 7.2 0.13 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 333.4 37.8 56.3 352.0 5,975 350.0 6,147 189.1 30.1 1.05 18.4 0.95 Food services and drinking places 202.5 9.3 21.5 214.8 3,987 206.2 4,025 98.5 10.4 1.02 19.9 0.94 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 97.6 24.8 4.6 77.4 1,678 108.8 1,796 68.6 15.0 1.12 18.4 1.26 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 23.7 2.5 29.7 50.9 182 24.7 192 15.5 3.2 1.04 8.1 0.46 Retail lawn and garden centers 9.6 1.2 0.4 8.9 129 10.2 135 6.5 1.5 1.06 14.0 1.09 Nature based Recreation 24.6 13.5 2.8 13.9 231 30.8 299 11.2 1.1 1.25 12.2 1.77 Golf courses 20.4 11.2 2.3 11.5 192 25.5 247 9.3 0.9 1.25 12.2 1.77 Recreational fishing 4.2 2.3 0.5 2.4 40 5.3 52 1.9 0.2 1.25 12.2 1.77 Total 487.5 123.4 140.8 504.9 7,648 533.1 8,122 275.6 34.5 1.09 16.7 0.97

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112 1 22 27 29 31 39 39 43 54 86 113 158 167 181 227 262 430 0 100 200 300 400 500 Education Utilities Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Transportation Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Construction Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Households Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 61 92 210 538 580 618 882 991 1,445 1,898 1,960 2,323 2,831 4,186 4,355 4,564 13,565 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Education Utilities Information and Communications Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Households Transportation Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Health Care Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 5 6 11 12 21 112 404 0 200 400 600 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 47 78 127 292 466 3,524 13,544 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Highlands County Highlands County is located in the Orlando economic region of s outh c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 98,704. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.91 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 3.40 billion and employment was 41,100 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Health Care, Government, Construction and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 2.14 b illion and exports of $ 1.02 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 4. 52 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 13,565 jobs), Government ( 4,564 jobs), and Health Care ( 4,35 5 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($ 429.6 million), Government ($ 261.9 m illion), and Health Care ($ 226.8 m illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.33 ) Agriculture and R elated (1. 30 ), and Manufacturing (1.23). The average employment multiplier was 14.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 22.2 ), Agriculture and R elated (21.3 ), and Education ( 18.3). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.75 with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 1.33 ) In Highlands County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 850.3 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 558.7 million and total imports were $ 135.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 426.8 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1. 10 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 18, 078 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 569.8 million including $ 41.3 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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113 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 506.0 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 195.9 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 70.7 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 13,544 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 3,524 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 4 6 6 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 403.5 million) ; Food and Kindred Prod ucts Distribution ($112.3 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($20.8 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 86 percent of output, compared to 66 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 30 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 42 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 30 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.13 ) Prod uction agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 26.8 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 21.3 ) and higher than all industries ( 14.0 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit farming ($ 200.9 million), Food services and drinking places ($ 115.7 million), and Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($ 99.3 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ( 5,729 jobs), Fruit farming ( 4,441 jobs), and Food services and drinking places ( 2,238 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Fruit farming ($ 177.0 million) ; Support activities for agricultu re and f orestry ($ 83.1 million) ; and Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($ 57.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1. 30 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 1.42 ). The average employment multiplier was 21.3 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 26 .8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.9 9 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Producti on having the highest ratio ( 5. 95 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Highlands County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 850.3 558.7 372.9 664.5 13,565 429.6 1.30 21.3 1.28 Health Care 373.6 71.0 51.9 354.5 4,355 226.8 1.09 12.6 1.05 Government 298.2 5.2 6.4 299.3 4,564 261.9 1.01 15.4 1.00 Construction 263.5 0.7 35.0 297.7 2,323 85.9 1.00 8.8 0.88 Households 259.6 1.2 0.0 258.4 882 181.0 1.00 3.4 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 250.0 21.7 323.2 551.4 1,960 158.3 1.05 8.4 0.45 Retail Trade 245.2 62.3 50.7 233.6 4,186 166.6 1.10 18.2 1.05 Professional and Technical Services 209.3 61.3 201.1 349.1 2,831 113.1 1.13 15.0 0.60 Manufacturing 124.4 93.5 660.3 691.1 538 31.0 1.23 6.5 0.18 Consumer Services 101.6 23.5 48.2 126.3 1,445 53.6 1.09 15.2 0.80 Social Services & Organizations 100.3 54.5 29.6 75.4 1,898 39.0 1.33 22.2 1.33 Transportation 89.2 33.5 62.7 118.4 991 39.3 1.14 12.7 0.75 Wholesale Trade 68.6 7.2 63.0 124.4 580 42.6 1.04 8.9 0.55 Information and Communications 68.4 8.4 100.7 160.7 210 26.7 1.05 3.5 0.43 Travel and Entertainment Services 58.4 14.5 34.0 77.9 618 28.7 1.10 11.7 0.75 Utilities 34.9 0.4 61.5 96.0 92 21.7 1.00 2.7 0.36 Education 3.3 0.0 41.2 44.5 61 1.4 1.00 18.3 0.08 Total 3,398.7 1,017.9 2,142.4 4,523.2 41,100 1,907.3 1.13 14.0 0.75

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114 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Highlands County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 506.0 433.8 12.8 85.1 9,426 716.3 13,544 403.5 19.5 1.42 26.8 5.95 Fruit farming 200.9 195.3 2.1 7.7 2,711 287.8 4,441 177.0 9.1 1.43 22.1 26.24 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 99.3 56.5 0.7 43.5 5,401 133.0 5,729 83.1 3.0 1.34 57.7 2.28 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 57.1 57.1 0.9 0.9 117 103.9 1,633 43.4 3.3 1.82 28.6 64.59 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 56.9 50.7 1.1 7.3 431 72.2 622 57.4 1.4 1.27 10.9 7.82 Dairy cattle and milk production 40.9 30.9 0.6 10.6 384 58.1 572 13.5 1.6 1.42 14.0 3.86 Cattle ranching and farming 26.4 25.8 0.0 0.6 267 31.6 345 12.9 0.6 1.20 13.1 47.26 Vegetable and melon farming 17.6 13.6 2.0 6.0 75 21.6 149 14.0 0.4 1.23 8.5 2.94 Poultry and egg production 5.5 3.7 0.6 2.5 10 6.7 20 1.5 0.1 1.21 3.7 2.26 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.3 0.1 1.5 2.7 31 1.3 31 0.7 0.0 1.01 23.9 0.48 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 3.4 3.4 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.24 19.7 0.02 Agricultural Inputs & Services 70.7 41.1 47.6 77.2 358 86.3 466 20.8 1.2 1.22 6.6 0.92 Fertilizer manufacturing 42.0 33.6 23.2 31.6 39 55.4 127 8.7 0.6 1.32 3.0 1.33 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 10.1 5.5 21.5 26.1 7 11.6 19 2.1 0.1 1.14 1.8 0.39 Landscape services 9.1 1.4 1.9 9.7 170 9.6 176 5.2 0.2 1.05 19.3 0.94 Veterinary services 6.7 0.2 0.3 6.8 90 6.8 91 3.1 0.1 1.01 13.6 0.98 Pest control services 2.8 0.4 0.6 3.0 52 2.9 54 1.6 0.1 1.05 19.3 0.94 Mining 15.0 9.4 5.0 10.6 18 18.1 47 10.6 0.6 1.21 3.2 1.42 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 15.0 9.4 5.0 10.6 18 18.1 47 10.6 0.6 1.21 3.2 1.42 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 20.4 16.2 32.4 36.7 42 24.6 78 4.6 0.2 1.21 3.8 0.56 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 13.5 12.9 17.5 18.1 21 16.4 46 2.5 0.2 1.22 3.4 0.74 Frozen food manufacturing 3.3 3.2 6.4 6.6 10 4.5 21 1.5 0.1 1.35 6.2 0.51 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 2.9 0.1 1.0 3.8 6 3.0 6 0.4 0.0 1.02 2.2 0.77 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.7 0.0 7.5 8.2 5 0.7 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 6.7 0.09 Forest Products Manufacturing 19.2 17.0 4.9 7.1 81 24.0 127 6.3 0.4 1.25 6.6 2.71 Paperboard container manufacturing 15.3 15.2 4.3 4.4 47 19.6 88 4.6 0.4 1.28 5.7 3.48 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 3.9 1.8 0.6 2.7 34 4.4 39 1.6 0.1 1.14 10.0 1.45 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 195.9 24.2 30.9 202.5 3,425 205.4 3,524 112.3 18.0 1.05 18.0 0.97 Food services and drinking places 115.7 5.2 12.3 122.8 2,218 117.6 2,238 57.1 6.0 1.02 19.3 0.94 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 55.2 14.2 2.6 43.6 957 60.9 1,017 38.3 8.4 1.10 18.4 1.27 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 17.1 1.8 15.8 31.1 145 17.8 152 11.0 2.3 1.04 8.9 0.55 Retail lawn and garden centers 7.9 3.0 0.3 5.1 105 9.1 118 5.7 1.2 1.15 15.0 1.55 Nature based Recreation 23.1 17.0 1.6 7.7 216 30.1 292 11.8 1.3 1.30 12.6 2.99 Golf courses 15.2 10.6 1.3 5.9 128 19.6 174 8.0 0.8 1.29 11.5 2.57 Commercial hunting and trapping 4.7 4.2 0.0 0.6 61 6.4 81 2.1 0.3 1.35 17.1 8.07 Recreational fishing 3.2 2.2 0.3 1.2 27 4.1 36 1.7 0.2 1.29 11.5 2.57 Total 850.3 558.7 135.2 426.8 13,565 1,104.9 18,078 569.8 41.3 1.30 21.3 1.99

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115 307 620 1,493 1,563 1,613 1,851 2,357 2,902 3,020 3,267 3,835 3,867 4,242 5,087 6,629 8,148 10,534 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Education Social Services & Organizations Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Consumer Services Manufacturing Construction Households Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Information and Communications Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Government Professional and Technical Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 3,046 8,242 8,318 23,305 23,491 24,066 24,080 26,603 27,212 30,302 49,514 63,929 67,396 80,587 83,587 117,402 131,251 0 40,000 80,000 120,000 Utilities Education Households Transportation Information and Communications Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Construction Health Care Retail Trade Government Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 62 98 246 535 810 1,530 3,922 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 677 1,417 3,221 12,140 15,558 25,400 86,218 0 40,000 80,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Hills borough County Hillsborough County is located in the Tampa St. Petersburg economic region of w est central Florida. The total county population in 2009 was 1,195,317. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 61.3 4 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 109.04 billion and employment was 792,332 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical Services, Agriculture and R elated, Information and Communications and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 35.77 b illio n and exports of $ 42.46 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 102.35 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical Services ( 131, 251 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 117,402 jobs), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 83,587 jobs). In dustry groups with highest total value added were Professional and Technical Services ($10.53 billion), Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 8.15 billion), and Government ($ 6.63 billion) The average i mputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.24 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Information and Communication s ( 1.4 4) Travel and Entertainment Services (1.40), and Manufacturing (1.33) The average employment multiplier was 9.1 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 20.7 ), Education ( 15.8 ), and Travel and Entertainment Services ( 14.0 ). The average output/con sumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 1.07 with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest ratio ( 1.78 ) In Hillsborough County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 3 rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 direct output was $ 12.96 b illion Total exports of this i ndustry group were $ 7.14 billion and total imports were $ 4.49 b illion The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 10.31 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 16.85 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 144,631 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 7.20 b illion including $ 877.0 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B).

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116 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 5.49 b illion) Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 4.14 b illion), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 1.93 b illion) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 86,218 jobs) ; Crop, Livestoc k, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 25,400 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ( 15,558 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 3.92 b illion), Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 1.53 b illion), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 810.0 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 52 percent of output, compared to 55 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 39 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .32 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 30 ) and higher than al l industries in t he county (1.24 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 39.7 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 11.2 ) and higher than all industries ( 9. 1 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 3.34 b illion), Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 1.73 b illion), and Fertilizer manufacturing ($ 1.43 b illion). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food serv ices and drinking places ( 61,907 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 13,464 jobs), and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ( 9,620 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 2.27 b illion) ; Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 1.04 b illion) ; and Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 597.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.30, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 1.3 8 ). The average employment multiplier was 11.2 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 39.7 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.26 with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest rati o ( 1.84 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Hillsborough County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 17,525.8 7,988.6 4,561.6 14,098.8 83,587 5,086.9 1.29 7.0 1.24 Professional and Technical Services 13,198.9 4,108.7 2,764.0 11,854.2 131,251 10,533.7 1.24 12.0 1.11 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 12,955.7 7,142.7 6,057.6 11,870.6 117,402 8,147.8 1.30 11.2 1.09 Information and Communications 8,943.7 5,898.8 3,152.5 6,197.4 23,491 3,866.9 1.44 5.8 1.44 Manufacturing 7,504.1 4,588.6 14,608.4 17,524.0 24,066 2,357.2 1.33 5.5 0.43 Government 7,078.9 177.3 548.4 7,449.9 80,587 6,628.8 1.02 11.5 0.95 Construction 6,807.1 956.3 0.0 5,850.9 49,514 2,902.2 1.10 8.1 1.16 Health Care 6,753.8 1,946.9 477.2 5,284.2 63,929 4,242.3 1.21 11.1 1.28 Retail Trade 5,505.7 1,728.0 251.1 4,028.8 67,396 3,835.2 1.18 13.7 1.37 Wholesale Trade 5,018.0 2,329.2 272.1 2,961.0 26,603 3,266.8 1.29 7.7 1.69 Households 4,345.8 0.0 8.9 4,354.7 8,318 3,020.3 1.00 1.9 1.00 Consumer Services 3,267.7 1,185.7 391.4 2,473.5 27,212 1,851.1 1.24 10.3 1.32 Transportation 3,191.6 1,535.1 1,236.7 2,893.2 23,305 1,493.3 1.26 9.5 1.10 Travel and Entertainment Services 2,833.3 1,633.9 395.4 1,594.8 30,302 1,563.2 1.40 14.0 1.78 Utilities 2,258.7 769.6 510.1 1,999.3 3,046 1,613.4 1.08 2.0 1.13 Social Services & Organizations 1,283.3 335.2 337.2 1,285.3 24,080 619.7 1.24 20.7 1.00 Education 572.9 134.2 194.3 632.9 8,242 306.6 1.17 15.8 0.91 Total 109,044.9 42,458.7 35,767.1 102,353.3 792,332 61,335.3 1.24 9.1 1.07

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117 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Hillsborough County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impact s (Jobs) Value Added Impact s (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 639.6 331.6 570.0 878.0 23,211 843.5 25,400 534.5 22.0 1.32 39.7 0.73 Vegetable and melon farming 170.8 109.3 23.2 84.7 2,625 215.9 3,204 140.5 4.7 1.26 18.8 2.02 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 166.1 41.8 111.3 235.6 8,145 195.8 8,526 122.9 5.9 1.18 51.3 0.71 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 129.9 79.2 16.5 67.2 3,574 179.9 4,063 140.1 4.3 1.39 31.3 1.93 Fruit farming 99.4 85.7 7.7 21.3 5,546 168.5 6,105 103.5 5.2 1.70 61.4 4.65 Poultry and egg production 23.4 2.4 12.5 33.5 150 24.4 159 4.6 0.2 1.05 6.8 0.70 Cattle ranching and farming 16.5 0.1 127.9 144.4 564 16.6 564 2.9 0.4 1.00 34.1 0.11 Animal production except cattle and poultry 16.1 0.7 75.5 90.9 1,384 16.3 1,387 8.7 0.5 1.02 86.3 0.18 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 5.1 5.1 11.8 11.8 11 9.7 121 3.9 0.3 1.90 23.8 0.43 Dairy cattle and milk production 4.2 0.0 25.0 29.2 156 4.2 156 1.6 0.1 1.00 36.7 0.15 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 3.5 0.0 0.2 963 5.9 1,006 3.0 0.3 1.61 272.9 16.52 Commercial f ishing 3.7 3.5 117.8 118.0 78 5.4 92 2.4 0.1 1.47 25.1 0.03 All other crop farming 0.7 0.3 40.8 41.2 16 0.9 18 0.4 0.0 1.25 26.3 0.02 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1,928.0 1,360.7 478.8 1,046.0 7,985 2,670.2 12,140 810.0 55.0 1.38 6.3 1.84 Fertilizer manufacturing 1,429.5 1,272.6 330.5 487.4 1,219 2,124.0 5,044 542.9 43.2 1.49 3.5 2.93 Landscape services 218.6 6.7 53.0 264.8 3,853 222.5 3,884 124.4 5.2 1.02 17.8 0.83 Veterinary services 127.7 27.0 5.3 106.0 1,623 145.6 1,761 71.9 3.6 1.14 13.8 1.20 Pest control services 66.9 2.1 16.2 81.1 1,179 68.1 1,189 38.1 1.6 1.02 17.8 0.83 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 46.4 13.8 16.3 48.9 89 53.1 134 12.4 0.5 1.14 2.9 0.95 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 38.5 38.5 52.6 52.6 21 56.6 127 20.4 1.0 1.47 3.3 0.73 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.3 0.0 4.9 5.2 1 0.3 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 3.2 0.06 Mining 129.6 83.7 755.5 801.4 381 171.2 677 97.9 6.5 1.32 5.2 0.16 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 73.9 46.3 142.9 170.4 207 94.5 353 55.8 3.5 1.28 4.8 0.43 Mining copper nickel lead and zinc 17.9 5.5 1.2 13.6 16 20.0 31 13.0 1.4 1.12 1.7 1.32 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 15.8 15.8 21.7 21.7 80 24.6 143 14.1 0.8 1.56 9.1 0.73 Support activities for oil and gas operations 12.4 10.9 10.6 12.1 45 19.9 98 9.5 0.5 1.60 7.9 1.03 Mining and quarrying stone 4.6 4.6 42.7 42.7 22 6.9 39 4.2 0.2 1.52 8.5 0.11 Extraction of oil and natural gas 4.4 0.1 536.0 540.3 11 4.5 11 0.9 0.1 1.02 2.5 0.01 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.5 0.5 0.6 0.6 2 0.7 3 0.4 0.0 1.38 5.9 0.95 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 4,140.6 2,989.9 1,468.3 2,618.9 6,507 5,531.5 15,558 1,530.4 203.3 1.34 3.8 1.58 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 1,732.8 1,665.8 256.6 323.6 2,597 2,428.8 7,007 597.7 40.4 1.40 4.0 5.35 Tobacco product manufacturing 1,021.7 674.5 4.0 351.2 691 1,323.9 1,967 515.9 129.8 1.30 1.9 2.91 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 459.5 77.3 47.8 429.9 992 516.3 1,552 69.7 2.6 1.12 3.4 1.07 Seafood product preparation and packaging 207.7 145.2 13.4 75.9 609 294.0 1,318 77.0 5.2 1.42 6.3 2.74 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 114.8 69.0 10.3 56.1 232 161.0 526 40.3 2.3 1.40 4.6 2.05 Breweries 96.8 92.7 190.7 194.8 66 135.8 298 40.7 11.5 1.40 3.1 0.50 Coffee and tea manufacturing 84.8 52.3 9.3 41.9 132 128.2 768 33.6 2.5 1.51 9.1 2.03 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 68.3 1.9 61.6 128.0 501 69.7 511 14.6 0.3 1.02 7.5 0.53 Flour milling and malt manufacturing 65.5 60.4 39.5 44.6 40 99.9 261 43.4 2.8 1.53 4.0 1.47 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 57.9 0.5 79.4 136.8 83 58.2 86 7.4 0.1 1.00 1.5 0.42 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling dr ying 53.0 50.1 179.7 182.6 99 83.8 362 27.9 1.6 1.58 6.8 0.29 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 48.6 1.1 36.1 83.6 121 49.2 125 10.7 0.2 1.01 2.6 0.58 Frozen food manufacturing 27.0 27.0 100.2 100.2 81 45.6 236 16.7 1.1 1.69 8.7 0.27 Other animal food manufacturing 23.9 23.5 35.2 35.6 26 31.6 75 5.8 0.5 1.32 3.1 0.67 Wineries 14.2 13.4 86.9 87.6 29 23.7 128 8.0 1.2 1.67 9.0 0.16 Tortilla manufacturing 12.6 3.0 1.8 11.4 71 14.4 83 4.4 0.1 1.14 6.6 1.11 Snack food manufacturing 12.1 12.1 113.2 113.2 19 17.8 63 5.5 0.3 1.48 5.3 0.11 All other food manufacturing 10.2 1.7 71.2 79.7 33 11.4 46 3.0 0.1 1.12 4.5 0.13 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 9.7 0.4 45.3 54.5 21 9.9 22 1.3 0.0 1.02 2.3 0.18 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 8.6 8.6 29.8 29.8 32 12.9 59 3.4 0.2 1.51 6.9 0.29 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch ocolate 6.9 6.9 45.8 45.8 27 10.3 49 2.6 0.2 1.51 7.1 0.15 Chocolate and confectionery manufacturing 4.0 2.5 10.6 12.1 7 5.2 18 0.9 0.1 1.31 4.4 0.33 Forest Products Manufacturing 492.3 338.4 839.2 993.0 1,919 673.0 3,221 246.0 15.6 1.37 6.5 0.50 Paperboard container manufacturing 256.4 255.6 263.3 264.1 687 388.3 1,640 143.1 11.4 1.51 6.4 0.97 Sawmills and wood preservation 54.9 4.2 80.5 131.2 224 56.6 236 15.1 0.3 1.03 4.3 0.42 Wood windows and doors and millwork 48.7 1.0 76.6 124.3 325 49.4 330 14.2 0.2 1.01 6.8 0.39 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 40.7 14.9 15.6 41.4 356 51.7 432 19.9 0.7 1.27 10.6 0.98 Stationery product manufacturing 27.1 26.2 24.2 25.0 74 42.3 185 18.3 1.2 1.56 6.8 1.08 All other converted paper product 19.0 18.9 12.2 12.4 63 29.6 139 11.6 0.7 1.55 7.3 1.54 All other miscellaneous wood product 15.1 3.0 10.6 22.8 84 17.0 98 7.6 0.1 1.13 6.5 0.66 Paper mills 10.9 9.7 231.7 232.9 8 16.1 45 8.9 0.6 1.48 4.1 0.05 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 7.8 0.2 19.9 27.4 61 7.9 62 3.1 0.1 1.02 8.0 0.28 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 4.6 0.6 18.5 22.5 16 4.9 18 1.2 0.1 1.07 3.9 0.20 Coated & la minated paper & packaging paper 4.0 4.0 63.7 63.7 9 5.9 22 1.9 0.1 1.48 5.5 0.06 Reconstituted wood product manufacturing 3.2 0.2 22.3 25.3 13 3.3 14 1.0 0.0 1.03 4.3 0.13 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 5,487.7 2,006.3 345.5 3,826.9 76,182 6,799.3 86,218 3,922.3 568.2 1.24 15.7 1.43 Food services and drinking places 3,344.4 1,306.9 229.2 2,266.8 55,451 4,212.1 61,907 2,269.1 236.4 1.26 18.5 1.48 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1,254.5 582.3 68.0 740.2 6,651 1,621.1 9,620 1,035.9 195.4 1.29 7.7 1.69 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 783.8 93.3 43.9 734.4 12,973 845.9 13,464 538.6 119.5 1.08 17.2 1.07 Retail lawn and garden centers 105.0 23.8 4.3 85.5 1,107 120.1 1,226 78.6 16.9 1.14 11.7 1.23 Nature based Recreation 137.9 32.0 37.1 143.0 1,218 163.0 1,417 61.7 6.3 1.18 10.3 0.96 Golf courses 113.4 25.8 22.3 109.9 1,002 133.9 1,164 50.6 5.2 1.18 10.3 1.03 Recreational fishing 23.6 5.4 4.6 22.9 209 27.9 243 10.5 1.1 1.18 10.3 1.03 Commercial hunting and trapping 0.8 0.8 10.2 10.2 7 1.2 10 0.6 0.1 1.48 12.0 0.08 Total 12,955.7 7,142.7 4,494.3 10,307.3 117,402 16,851.9 144,631 7,202.9 877.0 1.30 11.2 1.26

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118 0 0 3 3 5 6 7 7 9 13 14 15 19 19 29 34 76 0 20 40 60 80 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Utilities Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Transportation Retail Trade Construction Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Households Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 16 21 23 36 63 94 114 171 233 333 356 392 417 479 546 916 1,456 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Utilities Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Households Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Transportation Construction Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 1 2 2 3 10 18 0 5 10 15 20 Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 1 36 52 67 86 392 428 0 100 200 300 400 500 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Holm e s County Holm e s County is located in the Panama City economic region of n orth w est Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 19,099. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 259.8 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 501.5 billion and employment was 5,666 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Construction, Households and Real Estate and Financial Services as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 538.1 million and exports of $ 158. 2 m illion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 881.4 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Gover nment ( 1,456 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 916 jobs), and Health Care ( 546 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 76.1 m illion), Households ($ 33.7 m illion), and Agriculture and R elated ($ 29.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1 08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.20 ) Manufacturing (1.19), Agriculture and R elat ed ( 1.17 ), and Transportation ( 1.16 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.1 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 28.8 ), Health Care (20.4), and Education ( 20.1 ) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.57 with Transportation having the highest ratio ( 1.33 ) In Holms County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 101.9 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 58.4 million and total imports were $ 41.1 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 84.6 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 119.6 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,062 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 35.8 million including $ 3.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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119 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($56.9 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 19.1 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 13.0 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry and Fisheries Production ( 428 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution (392 jobs) ; and Nature based Recreation ( 86 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($17.8 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distributio n ($9.9 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($2.8 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 7 4 percent of output, compared to 57 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 2 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 18 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.17 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.08 ) Produc tion agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 7.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 10.4 ) and low er than all industries ( 12.1 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Poultry and egg production ($ 19.0 million) ; Food services and drinking places ($ 11.0 million) ; and Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 10.1 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 221 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 149 jobs), and Cattle ranching and farming ( 127 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 5.2 million), Poultry and egg production ($ 4.4 million), and Re tail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 3.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.17, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.64 ). The average employment multiplier was 10.4, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 21.9 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.20 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 3.78 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Holm e s County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 101.9 58.4 88.3 131.8 916 29.5 1.17 10.4 0.77 Government 80.7 1.8 2.5 81.5 1,456 76.1 1.01 18.1 0.99 Construction 51.4 0.1 21.0 72.3 479 15.0 1.00 9.3 0.71 Households 48.4 0.0 0.0 48.5 94 33.7 1.00 1.9 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 37.9 15.9 79.0 100.9 233 19.5 1.10 7.1 0.38 Transportation 34.6 22.4 13.8 26.0 417 12.8 1.16 14.2 1.33 Health Care 28.3 9.7 40.4 59.0 546 19.2 1.10 20.4 0.48 Manufacturing 23.4 20.2 129.7 132.9 114 6.9 1.19 6.7 0.18 Consumer Services 20.1 10.6 13.1 22.6 356 8.6 1.13 19.1 0.89 Retail Trade 20.0 5.6 28.6 42.9 333 13.5 1.06 17.3 0.47 Professional and Technical Services 14.8 2.8 46.1 58.1 171 7.4 1.05 12.1 0.26 Social Services & Organizations 14.7 8.3 7.7 14.1 392 5.1 1.20 28.8 1.04 Information and Communications 10.0 1.8 21.2 29.5 36 2.7 1.04 4.0 0.34 Utilities 7.6 0.0 9.1 16.6 23 5.8 1.00 3.0 0.46 Wholesale Trade 5.6 0.6 18.3 23.3 63 3.3 1.02 11.4 0.24 Travel and Entertainment Services 1.2 0.0 13.5 14.7 21 0.5 1.00 17.3 0.08 Education 0.8 0.0 6.0 6.8 16 0.3 1.00 20.1 0.12 Total 501.5 158.2 538.1 881.4 5,666 259.8 1.08 12.1 0.57

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120 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Holm e s County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 56.9 42.2 14.3 28.9 345 67.2 428 17.8 1.2 1.18 7.5 1.96 Poultry and egg production 19.0 16.2 0.0 2.8 43 22.6 62 4.4 0.2 1.19 3.2 6.71 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 10.1 10.1 2.9 2.9 24 11.3 40 2.4 0.2 1.12 3.9 3.53 Cattle ranching and farming 8.2 4.2 0.2 4.2 100 10.9 127 2.3 0.3 1.33 15.5 1.96 Commercial logging 7.1 3.7 0.0 3.4 36 8.9 48 2.6 0.1 1.26 6.8 2.08 All other crop farming 5.5 2.9 0.1 2.6 46 5.8 49 2.2 0.3 1.06 8.9 2.09 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.8 2.7 0.0 0.1 36 3.3 41 1.3 0.1 1.18 14.7 23.75 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 0.8 0.2 0.1 0.7 8 0.8 8 0.7 0.0 1.01 9.9 1.08 Oilseed farming 0.7 0.7 0.0 0.0 9 0.7 10 0.4 0.0 1.07 13.8 22.10 Cotton farming 0.6 0.6 0.0 0.0 7 0.6 7 0.3 0.0 1.09 12.8 20.86 Vegetable and melon farming 0.5 0.0 0.7 1.2 3 0.5 3 0.3 0.0 1.00 5.5 0.44 Grain farming 0.4 0.4 2.3 2.3 9 0.5 9 0.2 0.0 1.06 20.4 0.19 Tree nut farming 0.4 0.3 0.0 0.1 4 0.4 4 0.2 0.0 1.07 11.1 4.08 Tobacco farming 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.0 8 0.3 9 0.1 0.0 1.11 28.2 39.32 Fruit farming 0.3 0.0 0.7 1.0 5 0.3 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 17.6 0.31 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.1 0.0 1.2 1.3 4 0.1 4 0.1 0.0 1.01 30.9 0.10 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.1 0.0 6.2 6.2 3 0.1 3 0.0 0.0 1.00 48.1 0.01 Agricultural Inputs & Services 2.4 0.6 1.9 3.7 50 2.5 52 1.2 0.1 1.05 21.9 0.64 Landscape services 1.6 0.4 0.3 1.5 36 1.7 37 0.8 0.0 1.06 23.0 1.09 Pest control services 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.4 11 0.5 11 0.3 0.0 1.06 23.0 1.09 Veterinary services 0.3 0.0 1.5 1.8 4 0.3 4 0.1 0.0 1.00 13.8 0.15 Mining 0.5 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 0.5 1 0.3 0.0 1.03 2.4 0.93 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.5 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 0.5 1 0.3 0.0 1.03 2.4 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 13.0 6.8 3.8 10.0 35 16.5 67 2.8 0.1 1.27 5.1 1.30 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 7.1 2.1 0.4 5.4 16 9.2 35 1.1 0.1 1.30 5.0 1.31 All other food manufacturing 5.3 4.1 0.1 1.4 18 6.6 30 1.6 0.1 1.24 5.6 3.91 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 0.6 0.6 3.2 3.2 1 0.7 2 0.1 0.0 1.11 2.7 0.19 Forest Products Manufacturing 4.2 3.2 0.5 1.5 19 6.9 36 1.7 0.1 1.64 8.6 2.88 Sawmills and wood preservation 4.2 3.2 0.5 1.5 19 6.9 36 1.7 0.1 1.64 8.6 2.88 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 19.1 0.2 19.5 38.4 392 19.1 392 9.9 1.6 1.00 20.6 0.50 Food services and drinking places 11.0 0.0 12.6 23.6 221 11.0 221 5.2 0.5 1.00 20.0 0.47 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 6.3 0.0 1.8 8.0 149 6.3 149 3.7 0.9 1.00 23.7 0.78 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.4 0.1 4.6 5.8 16 1.4 16 0.9 0.2 1.02 11.4 0.24 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.4 0.0 0.5 0.9 6 0.4 6 0.2 0.1 1.00 17.0 0.41 Nature based Recreation 5.9 5.3 1.0 1.6 74 7.0 86 2.2 0.3 1.18 14.6 3.78 Commercial hunting and trapping 5.4 5.3 0.0 0.1 70 6.5 82 2.0 0.3 1.20 15.1 49.85 Golf courses 0.4 0.0 0.8 1.2 4 0.4 4 0.1 0.0 1.00 9.1 0.33 Recreational fishing 0.1 0.0 0.2 0.2 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 9.1 0.33 Total 101.9 58.4 41.1 84.6 916 119.6 1,062 35.8 3.4 1.17 10.4 1.20

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121 2 16 56 60 92 98 101 193 264 282 345 355 430 454 596 598 673 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Utilities Education Social Services & Organizations Transportation Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Construction Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Government Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Households Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 20 410 716 827 1,045 1,733 2,064 2,087 2,258 2,498 5,708 6,437 6,584 7,060 7,544 8,190 14,919 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Transportation Households Manufacturing Consumer Services Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Construction Professional and Technical Services Government Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 5 8 11 51 61 273 301 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 42 90 132 884 1,840 6,491 7,639 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Indian River County Indian River County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdale economic region on the Atlantic coast of central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 135,167. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 4.6 2 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 8.61 billion and employment was 70,097 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Manufacturing, Agriculture and R elated, Real Estate and Financial Services Households, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 6.06 b illion and exports of $ 2.06 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 12.61 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (14,919 jobs), Health Care (8,190 jobs), and Retail Trade (7, 544 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 673.2 m illion), Households ($ 598.4 m illion), and Agriculture and R elated ($ 596.1 mil lion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.23 ) Travel and Entertainment Services (1.22), and Transportation (1.22) The average employment multiplier was 8.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 20.0 ), Agriculture and R elated ( 16.1 ), and Retail Trade ( 14.9 ). The average out put/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.68 with Wholesale Trade having the highest ratio ( 1.12 ) In Indian River County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 exceeded $ 1.06 b illion Total exports of this industry gr oup were $ 452.2 million and total imports were $ 321.9 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 930.0 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.25 b illion and total employment impacts w ere of 17,120 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 709.9 million including $ 72.4 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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122 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 498.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($321.2 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 103.4 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (7,639 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 6,491 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 1,840 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 300.7 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($272.9 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($60.7 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 85 percent of output, compared to 43 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R el ated i ndustries (Table B) and 24 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .3 7 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.18) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 23.8 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 16.1 ) and higher than all industries ( 8.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group w ith the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 267.1 million), Fruit farming ($ 149.9 million), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 116.4 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Support activities for agriculture and f o restry (4,677 jobs), Food services and drinking places ( 4,455 jobs), and Fruit farming ( 2,057 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 141.0 million), Fruit farming ($127.0 million), and Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($ 96.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.18, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ha ving the highest ( 1.37 ). The average employment multiplier was 16.1, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 23.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.14 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 3.81 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Indian River County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Emplo y ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Manufacturing 1,229.7 917.2 2,179.4 2,491.9 2,064 193.1 1.23 3.0 0.49 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,060.3 452.2 847.1 1,455.2 14,919 596.1 1.18 16.1 0.73 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,047.5 245.9 716.8 1,518.4 7,060 673.2 1.08 7.5 0.69 Households 859.9 0.6 0.0 859.4 1,733 598.4 1.00 2.0 1.00 Health Care 732.0 0.1 351.0 1,082.8 8,190 454.4 1.00 11.2 0.68 Construction 706.2 26.9 15.3 694.7 5,708 264.2 1.02 8.2 1.02 Professional and Technical Services 612.9 94.0 425.5 944.4 6,437 355.3 1.08 11.2 0.65 Government 560.1 6.5 36.5 590.1 6,584 430.2 1.01 11.8 0.95 Retail Trade 505.4 0.0 224.9 730.3 7,544 345.2 1.00 14.9 0.69 Wholesale Trade 413.4 78.0 33.9 369.4 827 281.9 1.08 2.7 1.12 Information and Communications 214.3 63.0 303.0 454.3 716 91.6 1.13 4.5 0.47 Travel and Entertainment Services 180.9 78.2 135.5 238.2 2,258 97.9 1.22 14.4 0.76 Consumer Services 178.1 14.6 185.2 348.7 2,087 101.5 1.03 12.0 0.51 Transportation 154.7 79.0 222.1 297.7 1,045 59.8 1.22 8.8 0.52 Social Services & Organizations 127.4 6.7 114.8 235.4 2,498 55.6 1.04 20.0 0.54 Education 29.1 0.0 122.7 151.8 410 15.9 1.00 14.1 0.19 Utilities 2.1 0.0 149.1 151.3 20 1.6 1.00 9.2 0.01 Total 8,614.2 2,063.0 6,062.7 12,613.9 70,097 4,615.9 1.09 8.9 0.68

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123 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Indian River County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 321.2 274.3 37.5 84.3 6,025 438.6 7,639 272.9 12.5 1.37 23.8 3.81 Fruit farming 149.9 141.7 4.6 12.8 1,130 200.7 2,057 127.0 6.2 1.34 13.7 11.69 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 95.8 76.5 0.7 20.0 4,285 143.2 4,677 96.6 4.3 1.49 48.8 4.78 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 19.8 14.7 6.4 11.4 84 22.7 116 18.6 0.4 1.15 5.9 1.73 Vegetable and melon farming 18.8 12.1 8.9 15.6 45 21.9 95 14.4 0.4 1.16 5.1 1.20 Commercial f ishing 11.4 10.3 3.9 5.0 370 13.4 385 2.7 0.2 1.18 33.9 2.28 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 6.3 6.3 1.6 1.6 15 12.2 165 5.0 0.4 1.94 26.4 3.82 Cattle ranching and farming 5.2 4.4 0.7 1.5 27 7.0 41 1.7 0.2 1.35 8.0 3.47 Commercial logging 4.9 3.7 0.0 1.2 20 7.0 36 2.9 0.2 1.45 7.5 4.16 Poultry and egg production 3.5 2.3 3.9 5.1 4 4.0 8 0.9 0.0 1.14 2.1 0.69 All other crop farming 3.1 2.2 4.6 5.4 11 3.9 24 1.7 0.2 1.28 7.8 0.56 Animal production except cattle and poultry 2.6 0.1 2.1 4.6 35 2.7 35 1.4 0.1 1.01 13.4 0.57 Agricultural Inputs & Services 103.4 57.2 28.2 74.4 1,664 124.3 1,840 60.7 3.2 1.20 17.8 1.39 Landscape services 56.0 35.9 5.0 25.1 1,064 70.1 1,187 38.4 2.1 1.25 21.2 2.23 Veterinary services 19.0 0.5 1.0 19.4 263 19.2 265 8.5 0.4 1.01 14.0 0.98 Pest control services 17.1 11.0 1.5 7.7 326 21.4 363 11.8 0.6 1.25 21.2 2.23 Fertilizer manufacturing 11.3 9.8 20.7 22.1 11 13.6 25 2.0 0.2 1.20 2.2 0.51 Mining 12.2 6.9 34.7 40.0 26 14.3 42 7.5 0.4 1.18 3.5 0.30 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 8.3 5.2 2.6 5.7 15 9.9 27 5.8 0.3 1.19 3.2 1.45 Extraction of oil and natural gas 2.2 0.1 27.1 29.2 5 2.2 5 0.5 0.0 1.01 2.4 0.07 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 1.2 1.2 4.5 4.5 5 1.7 8 1.0 0.1 1.38 7.0 0.27 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 1 0.5 2 0.3 0.0 1.20 4.5 0.96 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 30.4 28.0 78.5 81.0 73 39.7 132 11.4 0.7 1.30 4.3 0.38 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling dr yi n g 14.8 13.6 27.1 28.3 29 19.3 58 5.5 0.3 1.30 3.9 0.52 Frozen food manufacturing 11.1 10.7 17.6 18.0 36 15.0 60 4.6 0.3 1.36 5.5 0.61 Dog and cat food manufacturing 3.8 3.7 13.2 13.2 4 4.5 8 1.1 0.1 1.20 2.2 0.29 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.8 0.0 20.6 21.3 5 0.8 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 7.1 0.04 Forest Products Manufacturing 11.1 3.5 11.3 18.9 79 12.6 90 5.2 0.2 1.13 8.1 0.59 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 6.6 3.4 1.7 4.8 52 8.0 62 3.5 0.1 1.22 9.5 1.36 Wood windows and doors and millwork 4.6 0.1 9.6 14.1 27 4.6 27 1.7 0.0 1.01 6.0 0.32 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 498.6 19.9 126.8 605.5 6,422 506.8 6,491 300.7 50.0 1.02 13.0 0.82 Food services and drinking places 267.1 0.4 94.2 360.9 4,454 267.3 4,455 141.0 14.9 1.00 16.7 0.74 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 116.4 0.0 20.2 136.5 1,618 116.4 1,618 76.7 17.8 1.00 13.9 0.85 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 103.3 19.5 8.5 92.3 207 111.4 275 75.4 15.6 1.08 2.7 1.12 Retail lawn and garden centers 11.7 0.0 4.0 15.7 145 11.7 145 7.6 1.8 1.00 12.3 0.75 Nature based Recreation 83.4 62.4 5.0 26.0 631 111.9 884 51.5 5.4 1.34 10.6 3.21 Golf courses 62.1 46.3 4.1 19.8 456 83.9 648 39.0 4.0 1.35 10.4 3.13 Recreational fishing 12.9 9.7 0.9 4.1 95 17.5 135 8.1 0.8 1.35 10.4 3.13 Commercial hunting and trapping 8.4 6.4 0.0 2.0 80 10.6 101 4.4 0.6 1.27 12.1 4.21 Total 1,060.3 452.2 321.9 930.0 14,919 1,248.1 17,120 709.9 72.4 1.18 16.1 1.14

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124 1 7 13 16 18 18 21 24 37 39 46 49 59 81 86 136 354 0 100 200 300 400 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Information and Communications Professional and Technical Services Wholesale Trade Transportation Health Care Utilities Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Retail Trade Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 61 139 145 207 210 298 361 493 549 588 879 952 1,016 1,217 1,919 2,895 6,231 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Education Utilities Information and Communications Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Households Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Social Services & Organizations Health Care Transportation Construction Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 2 3 7 31 48 71 0 20 40 60 80 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 29 77 77 87 561 881 1,663 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Jackson County Jackson County is located in the Panama City economic region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 50,930. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.00 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.64 billion and employment was 18,160 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Agriculture and R elated, Construction, Households and Retail Trade as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 1.44 b illion and exports of $ 384.2 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 2.70 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 6,231 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 2,895 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 1,919 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 354.5 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 136.2 m illion), and Households ($ 86.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.07 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Education ( 1.34 ) Transportation (1.19), and Social Services and Organizations (1.19) The average employment multiplier was 11.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for E ducation (26.4), Social Services and Organizations ( 25.6 ), and Health Care ( 18.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.61 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 1.29 ) In Jackson County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 319.9 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 184.2 million and total imports were $ 79.5 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 215. 2 million. The total output impacts of these industries were $ 375.6 million and total employment impacts w ere 3,375 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 163.0 million including $ 14.8 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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125 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($136.6 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 90.3 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 65.4 million) Groups w ith the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 1,663 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (881 jobs) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ( 561 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($71.1 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($48.4 million) ; and Forest Products Manufacturing ($30.7 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 82 percent of output, compared to 58 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 23 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 19 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resou rces, and R elated i ndustries (1.17 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.07 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 6.4 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 10.6 ) and lower than all in dustries ( 11.7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were All other crop farming ($ 59.4 million), Food services and drinking places ($ 56.3 million), and Wood windows and doors and millwork ($ 30.7 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 1,127 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 4 1 7 jobs), and All other crop farming ( 319 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were All other crop farming ($27.9 million), Food services and drinking places ($ 26.5 million), and Vegetable and melon farming ($ 16.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.17, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.37 ). The average employment multiplier was 10.6, with Agricultural Inputs and S ervices having the highest ( 18.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.49 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 2.83 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contrib utions of all industry groups in Jackson County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 374.7 2.4 4.9 377.3 6,231 354.5 1.00 16.7 0.99 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 319.9 184.2 200.9 336.6 2,895 136.2 1.17 10.6 0.95 Construction 153.1 0.0 135.1 288.1 1,217 58.6 1.00 8.0 0.53 Households 123.6 0.3 0.0 123.4 361 86.1 1.00 2.9 1.00 Retail Trade 119.7 35.2 27.5 112.1 1,919 81.0 1.09 16.9 1.07 Real Estate and Financial Services 86.2 4.3 186.4 268.3 588 49.3 1.02 7.0 0.32 Transportation 73.1 42.4 38.3 68.9 1,016 37.0 1.19 16.0 1.06 Utilities 59.9 29.0 15.7 46.6 139 45.5 1.06 2.9 1.29 Manufacturing 58.4 32.9 398.3 423.8 207 12.7 1.12 4.7 0.14 Health Care 55.3 14.9 80.9 121.3 952 38.7 1.09 18.2 0.46 Professional and Technical Services 47.9 4.5 165.6 209.0 549 21.1 1.04 11.8 0.23 Information and Communications 46.8 8.9 63.2 101.1 145 18.1 1.06 3.6 0.46 Wholesale Trade 37.6 4.0 36.0 69.6 298 23.5 1.03 8.3 0.54 Social Services & Organizations 37.1 15.4 14.4 36.1 879 15.8 1.19 25.6 1.03 Consumer Services 32.2 2.1 37.9 68.0 493 17.5 1.02 15.5 0.47 Travel and Entertainment Services 15.6 1.4 24.4 38.7 210 7.3 1.03 13.7 0.40 Education 2.6 2.4 13.1 13.2 61 0.7 1.34 26.4 0.20 Total 1,643.8 384.2 1,442.5 2,702.1 18,160 1,003.7 1.07 11.7 0.61

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126 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Jackson County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 136.6 111.6 23.4 48.3 641 162.2 881 71.1 5.0 1.19 6.4 2.83 All other crop farming 59.4 48.7 0.2 10.9 218 68.8 319 27.9 3.2 1.16 5.4 5.46 Vegetable and melon farming 22.8 20.2 0.8 3.4 55 25.5 85 16.7 0.4 1.12 3.7 6.69 Cotton farming 18.8 18.8 0.7 0.7 99 22.2 137 10.8 0.3 1.18 7.3 27.11 Cattle ranching and farming 13.5 10.4 0.2 3.3 72 20.8 115 4.9 0.6 1.54 8.5 4.10 Poultry and egg production 5.0 3.7 0.2 1.5 5 5.8 9 1.2 0.1 1.17 1.9 3.32 Grain farming 3.6 3.4 3.4 3.6 32 4.0 36 2.2 0.0 1.11 10.0 1.01 Commercial logging 3.2 0.2 6.4 9.4 19 3.2 19 0.7 0.0 1.01 5.9 0.34 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.9 0.0 5.8 8.7 92 2.9 92 2.3 0.0 1.00 31.9 0.33 Dairy cattle and milk production 2.6 2.5 0.0 0.1 15 3.2 19 1.3 0.1 1.23 7.4 34.66 Animal production except cattle and poultry 2.0 1.4 0.1 0.7 26 2.3 29 1.2 0.1 1.16 14.9 2.75 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 1.4 1.4 4.0 4.0 3 1.9 12 0.6 0.1 1.36 8.5 0.34 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 1.2 0.7 1.4 1.9 5 1.3 6 1.1 0.0 1.04 4.8 0.64 Tree nut farming 0.3 0.3 0.1 0.2 1 0.4 2 0.2 0.0 1.15 6.5 1.80 Agricultural Inputs & Services 4.1 0.0 6.6 10.7 77 4.1 77 2.0 0.1 1.00 18.8 0.38 Landscape services 2.1 0.0 2.5 4.6 44 2.1 44 1.0 0.0 1.00 21.0 0.45 Veterinary services 1.4 0.0 3.3 4.7 20 1.4 20 0.6 0.0 1.00 14.5 0.29 Pest control services 0.6 0.0 0.8 1.4 13 0.6 13 0.3 0.0 1.00 21.0 0.45 Mining 9.8 7.7 10.6 12.7 67 12.0 87 6.5 0.3 1.22 8.8 0.77 Mining and quarrying stone 7.7 7.2 1.6 2.1 59 9.7 78 5.9 0.3 1.26 10.1 3.70 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.1 0.0 8.6 9.6 2 1.1 2 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.3 0.11 Support activities for oil and gas operations 1.0 0.5 0.4 1.0 5 1.2 6 0.4 0.0 1.13 6.2 1.01 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 7.0 6.3 12.2 12.8 20 8.2 29 1.4 0.1 1.17 4.2 0.54 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 5.4 5.2 8.2 8.5 9 6.3 16 0.9 0.1 1.17 2.9 0.64 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 1.6 1.1 4.0 4.4 11 1.8 14 0.5 0.0 1.17 8.6 0.36 Forest Products Manufacturing 65.4 50.8 6.4 21.0 373 89.9 561 30.7 1.3 1.37 8.6 3.11 Wood windows and doors and millwork 30.7 23.9 1.0 7.9 187 42.8 281 15.7 0.7 1.40 9.2 3.91 Sawmills and wood preservation 22.4 17.2 4.4 9.5 95 29.9 151 8.1 0.4 1.34 6.8 2.35 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 5.0 4.5 0.3 0.8 42 7.6 62 3.0 0.1 1.52 12.4 6.00 All other miscellaneous wood product 4.6 3.5 0.4 1.5 27 6.3 41 2.6 0.1 1.35 8.8 3.06 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 2.7 1.6 0.2 1.3 21 3.3 26 1.4 0.0 1.24 9.8 2.09 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 90.3 3.9 19.5 106.0 1,651 91.6 1,663 48.4 7.7 1.01 18.4 0.85 Food services and drinking places 56.3 0.1 9.2 65.4 1,127 56.3 1,127 26.5 2.8 1.00 20.0 0.86 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 21.9 2.4 1.2 20.7 409 22.7 417 14.1 3.2 1.04 19.0 1.06 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 9.4 1.0 9.0 17.4 75 9.7 78 6.0 1.3 1.03 8.3 0.54 Retail lawn and garden centers 2.7 0.4 0.1 2.4 40 2.9 41 1.8 0.4 1.05 15.2 1.13 Nature based Recreation 6.7 3.9 0.8 3.5 67 7.7 77 2.8 0.3 1.16 11.6 1.88 Golf courses 3.2 1.1 0.6 2.8 25 3.5 28 1.4 0.2 1.11 8.9 1.16 Commercial hunting and trapping 2.8 2.6 0.0 0.2 36 3.4 43 1.1 0.1 1.23 15.3 12.88 Recreational fishing 0.7 0.2 0.1 0.6 5 0.7 6 0.3 0.0 1.11 8.9 1.16 Total 319.9 184.2 79.5 215.2 2,895 375.6 3,375 163.0 14.8 1.17 10.6 1.49

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127 0 2 2 4 5 5 5 8 10 12 16 20 20 22 27 49 56 0 20 40 60 Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Transportation Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Construction Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Utilities Households Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 2 32 44 57 59 61 98 128 142 181 232 255 319 393 406 859 958 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 Education Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Utilities Households Manufacturing Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Health Care Construction Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 2 2 3 8 50 0 20 40 60 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 15 18 36 89 277 593 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Jefferson County Jefferson County is located in the Tallahassee economic region of northwest Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 14,010. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 262.7 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 457.3 billion and employment was 4,224 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Construction, Households and Real Estate and Financial Services as shown in Ta ble A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 449.2 million and exports of $ 176.1 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 730.4 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 958 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 859 jobs), and Construction ( 406 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($56.0), Government ($ 48.7 m illion), and Households ($ 26.7 million). The average imputed output multip lier for all industry groups in the county was 1.09 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.22 ) Manufacturing (1.20), and Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.19 ) The average employment multiplier was 10.1 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services ( 26.9 ), Education ( 23.2 ), and Social Services and Organizations ( 19.1 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.63 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 2.32 ) In Jefferson County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 114.7 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 80.3 million and total imports were $ 29.7 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 64.2 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 132.2 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,026 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 65.3 million incl uding $ 3.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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128 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($74.5 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 15.1 million) ; and Fo od and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 9.4 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (593 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 277 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 89 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($49.5 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 8.2 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 2.5 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 85 percent of output, compared to 70 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 9 percent for all industries (Table A) Product ion agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .20 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.15 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.09 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 8.0 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 8.9 ) and lower than all industries ( 10.1 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Vegetable and melon farming ($ 28.2 million) ; Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($ 14.2 million) ; and Commercial logging ($ 11.0 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Vegetable and melon farming (169 jobs) ; Food services and drinking places ( 151 jobs) ; and Greenhouse n ursery and floriculture products ( 120 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Vegetable and melon farming ($21.4 million) ; Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ($13.2 million) ; and Commercial logging ($5.2 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.15, with Nature based Recreation having the highest ( 1.22 ). The average employment multiplier was 8.9, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ( 18.4 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.79 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 42 32 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atu ral R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Jefferson County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 114.7 80.3 76.7 111.1 859 56.0 1.15 8.9 1.03 Government 54.9 1.0 1.0 54.8 958 48.7 1.01 17.5 1.00 Construction 47.0 0.0 29.8 76.8 406 15.8 1.00 8.6 0.61 Households 38.5 0.0 0.2 38.7 59 26.7 1.00 1.5 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 31.4 15.5 62.0 77.9 181 20.5 1.13 7.0 0.40 Health Care 30.4 15.0 30.9 46.3 393 20.0 1.13 14.2 0.66 Utilities 29.4 19.6 2.9 12.6 57 22.3 1.08 2.6 2.32 Professional and Technical Services 24.6 6.8 36.2 54.0 319 11.6 1.07 13.6 0.46 Transportation 15.0 7.5 11.4 18.9 98 8.2 1.12 7.7 0.79 Social Services & Organizations 15.0 8.9 5.1 11.2 255 4.8 1.22 19.1 1.34 Retail Trade 14.2 2.9 22.8 34.1 232 9.7 1.05 16.7 0.42 Manufacturing 13.9 12.4 108.2 109.6 61 4.6 1.20 6.0 0.13 Consumer Services 8.1 2.7 14.2 19.6 142 4.4 1.07 18.3 0.41 Information and Communications 7.5 0.5 19.4 26.4 32 2.3 1.01 4.3 0.29 Wholesale Trade 7.3 0.8 13.1 19.6 44 4.7 1.03 6.3 0.37 Travel and Entertainment Services 5.3 2.3 9.2 12.3 128 2.5 1.19 26.9 0.44 Education 0.1 0.0 6.3 6.4 2 0.0 1.00 23.2 0.02 Total 457.3 176.1 449.2 730.4 4,224 262.7 1.09 10.1 0.63

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129 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Jefferson County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 74.5 63.5 4.6 15.6 449 89.2 593 49.5 1.6 1.20 8.0 4.78 Vegetable and melon farming 28.2 26.7 0.4 1.9 114 32.3 169 21.4 0.5 1.14 6.0 14.54 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 14.2 13.2 0.1 1.1 103 15.9 120 13.2 0.2 1.12 8.5 12.92 Commercial logging 11.0 8.3 0.0 2.7 52 15.2 81 5.2 0.2 1.37 7.4 4.03 Poultry and egg production 6.1 5.1 0.0 1.0 10 7.5 17 1.6 0.1 1.22 2.8 6.02 All other crop farming 4.1 2.7 0.1 1.5 25 4.7 33 1.9 0.2 1.16 8.0 2.80 Cattle ranching and farming 3.6 2.8 0.0 0.9 33 5.6 49 1.4 0.2 1.55 13.5 4.01 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 2.2 0.0 1.0 3.2 64 2.2 64 1.8 0.0 1.00 29.0 0.68 Tree nut farming 1.7 1.6 0.0 0.1 13 2.1 19 1.2 0.1 1.23 11.0 17.44 Oilseed farming 1.6 1.6 0.1 0.1 15 1.7 18 1.0 0.1 1.11 11.2 22.31 Dairy cattle and milk production 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 10 1.3 12 0.5 0.0 1.23 11.7 38.92 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.1 0.0 0.2 7 0.3 7 0.2 0.0 1.11 23.9 1.47 Cotton farming 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.0 2 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.25 11.7 9.68 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 2.8 2.8 2 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.11 16.0 0.05 Agricultural Inputs & Services 9.2 1.5 0.9 8.5 86 9.5 89 2.5 0.1 1.03 9.6 1.08 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 6.0 0.7 0.0 5.4 15 6.1 16 1.1 0.0 1.02 2.7 1.12 Landscape services 1.7 0.6 0.3 1.3 42 1.8 44 0.8 0.0 1.08 25.7 1.28 Veterinary services 1.0 0.0 0.5 1.5 15 1.0 15 0.4 0.0 1.00 16.2 0.65 Pest control services 0.5 0.2 0.1 0.4 13 0.6 13 0.3 0.0 1.08 25.7 1.28 Mining 2.9 2.2 4.0 4.6 10 3.4 15 1.9 0.1 1.20 5.1 0.62 Mining and quarrying stone 2.3 2.2 0.6 0.7 9 2.9 13 1.8 0.1 1.24 5.8 3.36 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.5 0.0 3.4 3.9 1 0.5 1 0.1 0.0 1.01 2.1 0.14 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 9.4 9.2 3.4 3.7 10 10.4 18 1.1 0.1 1.10 1.9 2.58 Other animal food manufacturing 9.4 9.2 3.4 3.7 10 10.4 18 1.1 0.1 1.10 1.9 2.58 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 15.1 0.2 16.9 31.7 276 15.1 277 8.2 1.5 1.00 18.4 0.47 Food services and drinking places 6.8 0.0 12.9 19.7 151 6.8 151 2.9 0.3 1.00 22.4 0.34 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 5.9 0.0 0.5 6.4 106 5.9 106 3.7 0.9 1.00 18.0 0.92 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.8 0.2 3.3 4.9 11 1.9 11 1.2 0.3 1.03 6.3 0.37 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.6 0.0 0.2 0.7 8 0.6 8 0.4 0.1 1.00 13.7 0.79 Nature based Recreation 3.7 3.6 0.0 0.1 28 4.5 36 2.0 0.3 1.22 9.7 42.32 Commercial hunting and trapping 3.7 3.6 0.0 0.1 28 4.5 36 2.0 0.3 1.22 9.7 42.32 Total 114.7 80.3 29.7 64.2 859 132.2 1,026 65.3 3.6 1.15 8.9 1.79

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130 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 9 11 11 16 42 45 0 20 40 60 Utilities Education Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Construction Transportation Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Health Care Households Real Estate and Financial Services Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 1 10 22 35 51 74 125 156 165 167 171 239 305 457 800 972 0 500 1,000 1,500 Utilities Education Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Manufacturing Transportation Construction Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Retail Trade Households Professional and Technical Services Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 1 1 5 7 40 0 20 40 60 Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 12 27 29 181 290 620 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Lafayette County Lafayette County is located in the Gainesville economic region of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 7,949. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 156.0 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 334.6 m illion and employment was 3,749 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, Health Care, and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international import s of $ 309.4 million and exports of $ 178.5 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 465.5 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (972 jobs), Government ( 800 jobs), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 457 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($45.2 million), Government ($ 42.4 m illion), and Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 15.9 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.27 ) Real Estate and Financial Services (1.22), Health Care (1.18), and Man ufacturing (1.18) The average employment multiplier was 12.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services (40.3) Consumer Services (37.3), and Social Services and Organizations ( 29.3 ) A verage output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.72 with Health Care having the highest ratio ( 1.66 ) In Lafayette County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 124.9 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 105.1 million and total imports were $ 21.5 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 41.3 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 144.9 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,159 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 54.4 million including $ 4.0 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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131 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($97.3 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 10.8 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 10.3 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (62 0 job s) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services (290 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 181 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($39.6 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribu tion ($7.0 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($5.0 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 89 percent of output, compared to 84 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 53 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 17 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.1 6 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.13 ) Produc tion agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 6.4 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 9.3 ) and lower than all industries ( 12.5 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the h ighest output were Dairy cattle and milk production ($ 57.2 million) ; Forestry, forest products and timber tract ($ 15.4 million) ; and Poultry and egg production ($ 9.6 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Dairy cattle and milk production (406 jobs), Landscape services (213 jobs), and Retail stores food and beverage ( 92 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Dairy cattle and milk production ($26.2 million) ; Forestry, forest products and ti mber tract ($4.0 million) ; and Landscape services ($ 3.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.16, with Nature base Recreation having the highest ( 1.23 ). The average employment multiplier was 9 .3, with Agricultural Inputs and services having the highest ( 28.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 3.02 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 69.87 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Lafayet te County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) I mports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 124.9 105.1 61.9 81.8 972 45.2 1.16 9.3 1.53 Government 48.3 0.9 0.8 48.1 800 42.4 1.01 16.6 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 43.5 22.0 31.2 52.7 457 15.9 1.22 12.9 0.83 Health Care 23.6 14.3 4.9 14.2 305 11.0 1.18 15.0 1.66 Households 15.6 0.8 0.0 14.8 171 11.1 1.02 11.1 1.05 Construction 12.9 0.0 38.2 51.1 125 3.5 1.00 9.7 0.25 Retail Trade 12.9 6.4 7.0 13.5 167 8.8 1.12 14.3 0.95 Professional and Technical Services 12.6 6.0 37.8 44.3 239 5.2 1.11 20.2 0.28 Manufacturing 9.6 9.0 70.7 71.3 51 1.3 1.18 7.1 0.14 Information and Communications 8.9 2.8 12.7 18.8 35 1.3 1.07 4.7 0.47 Transportation 8.0 4.3 7.4 11.1 74 4.3 1.14 10.9 0.72 Social Services & Organizations 5.9 4.4 3.2 4.8 156 1.3 1.27 29.3 1.24 Consumer Services 4.7 2.1 9.9 12.4 165 2.8 1.13 37.3 0.38 Wholesale Trade 3.1 0.3 9.4 12.1 22 1.9 1.02 7.3 0.25 Travel and Entertainment Services 0.2 0.0 4.7 5.0 10 0.1 1.00 40.3 0.05 Education 0.1 0.0 1.9 1.9 1 0.0 1.00 23.1 0.03 Utilities 0.0 0.0 7.6 7.6 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 334.6 178.5 309.4 465.5 3,749 156.0 1.13 12.5 0.72

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132 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Lafayette County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 97.3 87.0 11.9 22.2 475 113.4 620 39.6 2.3 1.17 6.4 4.39 Dairy cattle and milk production 57.2 56.1 0.0 1.1 330 66.9 406 26.2 1.3 1.17 7.1 51.25 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 15.4 15.4 0.6 0.6 36 17.3 77 4.0 0.4 1.13 5.0 24.88 Poultry and egg production 9.6 8.3 0.0 1.3 10 11.7 20 2.4 0.1 1.21 2.1 7.28 All other crop farming 4.9 0.2 1.9 6.6 18 4.9 18 1.8 0.2 1.01 3.8 0.74 Cattle ranching and farming 4.1 2.5 0.1 1.7 22 5.7 32 1.2 0.2 1.37 7.7 2.37 Vegetable and melon farming 2.1 1.9 0.1 0.4 5 2.3 7 1.5 0.0 1.10 3.5 5.57 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 1.6 1.3 0.2 0.4 7 1.8 9 1.4 0.0 1.14 5.7 4.11 Commercial logging 1.3 0.9 0.0 0.3 7 1.7 10 0.5 0.0 1.37 7.8 4.09 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 0.6 0.0 8.8 9.4 35 0.6 35 0.3 0.0 1.00 61.2 0.06 Tobacco farming 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.0 4 0.4 4 0.1 0.0 1.17 14.0 35.66 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.2 0.0 0.1 0.3 3 0.2 3 0.1 0.0 1.01 13.6 0.58 Agricultural Inputs & Services 10.3 8.4 0.4 2.3 272 12.0 290 5.0 0.2 1.17 28.2 4.47 Landscape services 7.2 6.4 0.2 1.0 199 8.5 213 3.6 0.2 1.18 29.4 7.11 Pest control services 2.2 2.0 0.1 0.3 61 2.6 65 1.1 0.1 1.18 29.4 7.11 Veterinary services 0.8 0.0 0.1 1.0 12 0.8 12 0.4 0.0 1.00 14.7 0.87 Mining 2.5 1.9 0.8 1.4 8 2.9 12 1.4 0.1 1.17 4.9 1.83 Mining and quarrying stone 1.7 1.6 0.3 0.4 6 2.0 10 1.2 0.0 1.21 5.8 4.15 Extraction of oil and natural gas 0.8 0.3 0.5 1.0 2 0.9 2 0.2 0.0 1.08 2.9 0.86 Forest Products Manufacturing 2.2 2.0 0.0 0.2 23 2.6 27 0.7 0.0 1.17 12.3 11.73 Engineered wo od member and truss mfg 2.2 2.0 0.0 0.2 23 2.6 27 0.7 0.0 1.17 12.3 11.73 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 10.8 3.9 8.4 15.3 170 11.8 181 7.0 1.3 1.09 16.8 0.70 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 5.1 2.7 0.2 2.6 84 5.8 92 3.6 0.8 1.14 18.0 1.97 Food services and drinking places 3.5 0.0 5.9 9.3 65 3.5 65 1.7 0.2 1.00 18.7 0.37 Retail lawn and garden centers 1.4 1.1 0.0 0.3 16 1.7 19 1.1 0.2 1.20 13.0 4.41 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 0.8 0.1 2.4 3.0 5 0.8 6 0.5 0.1 1.02 7.3 0.25 Nature based Recreation 1.9 1.9 0.0 0.0 25 2.3 29 0.7 0.1 1.23 15.4 69.87 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.9 1.9 0.0 0.0 25 2.3 29 0.7 0.1 1.23 15.4 69.87 Total 124.9 105.1 21.5 41.3 972 144.9 1,159 54.4 4.0 1.16 9.3 3.02

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133 10 52 65 115 159 170 197 205 215 455 498 600 664 719 728 746 812 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 Education Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Transportation Consumer Services Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Construction Households Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 187 312 1,343 1,657 1,686 1,762 2,961 3,889 4,174 5,170 8,119 8,960 11,592 12,213 13,021 13,969 18,024 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Households Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Transportation Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Construction Health Care Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 12 24 25 100 106 233 392 0 200 400 600 Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 213 299 480 1,371 2,635 4,100 11,686 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Lake County Lake County is located in the Orlando economic region of central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 312,119. Gross Regional Produ ct (total value added) of the county was $ 6.41 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 11.56 b illion and employment was 109,041 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Construction, Health Care, Real Estate and Financial Services and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 7.55 b illion and exports of $ 2.79 b illion. Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 16.33 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employmen t were Agriculture and R elated ( 18,024 jobs), Government (13,969 jobs), and Health Care (13,021 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($811.8 million), Agriculture and R elated ($ 746.4 million), and Health Care ($ 7 2 8.2 m illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.10 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.24 ) Manufacturing (1.22), and Transportation (1.20) The average employment multiplier was 10.4 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 17.3 ), Retail Trade (16.5 jobs), Education ( 15.8 ), and Government ( 15.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.71 with Construction having the highest ratio ( 1.12 ) In Lake County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 1.61 b illion Total exports of this industry group w ere $ 743.5 million and total imports were $ 530. 7 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.40 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.87 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 20 784 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 891.9 million including $ 88.2 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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134 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 685.3 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 307.6 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 289.6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 11,68 6 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 4,100 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 2,635 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 392.2 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 233.0 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 105.8 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 46 percent for all Agriculture, Natur al Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 24 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .24 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.16 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.1 0 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 14.2 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries (12. 9 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 423.8 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 167.6 million) ; and Fruit and vegetable canning pick l ing drying ( $148.8 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (8,013 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 2,814 jobs), and Landscape services ( 1,545 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services a nd drinking places ($ 216.2 million) ; Greenhouse nursery and floriculture products ( 138.2 million) ; and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 111.5 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.16, with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.28 ). The average employment multiplier was 12.9, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ( 17.1 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.1 5 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 2.07 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Ta ble B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Lake County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,613.4 743.5 1,105.6 1,975.5 18,024 746.4 1.16 12.9 0.82 Construction 1,550.1 161.3 0.0 1,388.9 12,213 600.4 1.05 8.4 1.12 Health Care 1,170.3 105.4 187.1 1,252.0 13,021 728.2 1.05 11.6 0.93 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,032.8 219.9 1,054.0 1,866.9 8,119 719.0 1.09 8.8 0.55 Households 956.0 0.0 4.1 960.1 1,657 663.7 1.00 1.7 1.00 Government 888.5 12.1 39.8 916.2 13,969 811.8 1.01 15.8 0.97 Manufacturing 878.3 626.0 2,603.7 2,855.9 2,961 214.6 1.22 5.3 0.31 Professional and Technical Services 798.3 239.2 693.8 1,252.8 8,960 454.5 1.14 12.6 0.64 Retail Trade 731.5 99.0 245.6 878.1 11,592 498.2 1.07 16.5 0.83 Information and Communications 435.7 179.6 359.6 615.6 1,343 159.4 1.19 4.7 0.71 Transportation 378.8 161.5 191.0 408.2 3,889 197.0 1.20 12.4 0.93 Consumer Services 357.5 69.4 166.0 454.0 5,170 204.7 1.09 15.3 0.79 Social Services & Organizations 276.6 125.5 122.9 274.0 4,174 115.1 1.24 17.3 1.01 Wholesale Trade 266.8 28.1 233.5 472.2 1,762 170.4 1.05 7.0 0.57 Travel and Entertainment Services 129.3 15.1 166.6 280.8 1,686 64.7 1.06 13.6 0.46 Utilities 77.4 0.3 252.1 329.3 187 51.9 1.00 2.4 0.24 Education 19.8 0.0 126.9 146.7 312 10.0 1.00 15.8 0.13 Total 11,561.2 2,786.2 7,552.3 16,327.3 109,041 6,410.2 1.10 10.4 0.71

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135 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Lake County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Mult iplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 289.6 210.9 61.4 140.1 2,981 358.2 4,100 233.0 7.4 1.24 14.2 2.07 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 141.7 125.3 2.7 19.1 1,130 170.6 1,463 138.2 3.0 1.20 10.3 7.41 Fruit farming 36.8 24.6 9.4 21.7 523 45.0 671 28.4 1.3 1.22 18.2 1.70 Vegetable and melon farming 31.8 13.4 10.5 28.9 141 34.9 193 23.0 0.6 1.10 6.1 1.10 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 25.1 25.1 4.4 4.4 57 43.4 546 16.8 1.3 1.73 21.7 5.73 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 18.2 2.7 5.0 20.5 866 20.0 883 13.6 0.3 1.10 48.6 0.89 Poultry and egg production 12.3 6.4 2.2 8.1 23 14.0 37 2.9 0.1 1.14 3.0 1.52 Commercial logging 10.0 5.6 0.1 4.5 52 13.6 83 4.1 0.2 1.36 8.2 2.24 Cattle ranching and farming 5.4 4.5 0.5 1.5 53 7.5 75 1.8 0.2 1.38 13.8 3.71 All other crop farming 3.9 1.9 6.2 8.2 26 4.5 36 1.8 0.2 1.17 9.4 0.47 Animal production except cattle and poultry 2.9 0.1 1.7 4.5 73 3.0 74 1.6 0.1 1.01 25.1 0.65 Commercial f ishing 0.9 0.9 7.7 7.7 30 1.1 32 0.2 0.0 1.17 34.6 0.12 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.1 1.3 1.3 2 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.28 13.6 0.14 Dairy cattle and milk production 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 1 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.20 12.9 9.76 Oilseed farming 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 1 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.21 13.8 7.07 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 9.7 9.7 2 0.1 2 0.1 0.0 1.19 18.9 0.01 Agricultural Inputs & Services 200.6 134.3 40.0 106.3 2,196 252.4 2,635 99.5 5.6 1.26 13.1 1.89 Landscape services 75.8 48.7 6.8 33.9 1,340 96.4 1,545 54.5 3.0 1.27 20.4 2.23 Fertilizer manufacturing 73.1 64.8 29.2 37.6 69 95.3 213 13.9 1.0 1.30 2.9 1.95 Veterinary services 27.8 6.0 1.1 22.9 376 30.6 403 14.3 0.7 1.10 14.5 1.21 Pest control services 23.2 14.9 2.1 10.4 410 29.5 473 16.7 0.9 1.27 20.4 2.23 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.7 0.0 0.8 1.5 2 0.7 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 2.8 0.46 Mining 43.8 21.6 36.2 58.4 151 50.7 213 24.3 1.5 1.16 4.8 0.75 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 25.6 16.0 11.7 21.3 88 30.5 132 17.9 1.0 1.19 5.1 1.20 Extraction of oil and natural gas 12.9 0.3 19.5 32.1 31 13.1 32 2.5 0.2 1.01 2.5 0.40 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 4.5 4.5 4.3 4.3 29 6.1 44 3.3 0.2 1.37 9.8 1.04 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.8 0.8 0.7 0.8 3 1.0 5 0.6 0.0 1.19 5.7 1.04 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 307.6 284.8 231.3 254.1 621 394.7 1,371 105.8 9.7 1.28 4.5 1.21 Fruit and veg etable canning pickling drying 148.8 135.5 46.7 59.9 281 193.3 664 55.7 2.5 1.30 4.5 2.48 Frozen food manufacturing 49.1 48.0 27.3 28.4 154 66.8 307 20.7 1.1 1.36 6.3 1.73 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 46.1 45.9 60.0 60.1 73 56.3 153 8.8 0.6 1.22 3.3 0.77 Breweries 34.9 34.1 43.4 44.2 23 41.3 76 11.2 4.1 1.18 2.2 0.79 Wineries 21.4 21.0 22.2 22.6 45 29.6 125 8.2 1.4 1.38 5.8 0.95 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 5.3 0.1 23.0 28.2 40 5.3 41 0.9 0.0 1.01 7.7 0.19 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 2.1 0.1 8.7 10.7 5 2.1 5 0.1 0.0 1.01 2.4 0.19 Forest Products Manufacturing 56.9 26.6 43.0 73.4 373 69.5 480 25.3 0.9 1.22 8.4 0.78 Wood windows and doors and millwork 28.5 7.9 8.6 29.2 179 32.5 211 11.3 0.3 1.14 7.4 0.98 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 19.6 13.4 3.0 9.2 162 26.3 219 11.0 0.4 1.34 11.2 2.12 Stationery product manufacturing 5.3 5.1 6.1 6.3 17 7.0 32 2.2 0.1 1.33 6.1 0.84 Sawmills and wood preservation 3.5 0.3 25.4 28.6 15 3.7 17 0.8 0.0 1.07 4.9 0.12 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 685.3 58.1 113.0 740.2 11,437 711.2 11,686 392.2 61.8 1.04 17.1 0.93 Food services and drinking places 423.8 27.8 44.0 440.0 7,900 435.7 8,013 216.2 22.8 1.03 18.9 0.96 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 167.6 14.2 9.7 163.0 2,747 174.4 2,814 111.5 25.3 1.04 16.8 1.03 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 66.7 7.0 58.4 118.0 441 69.7 470 44.4 9.3 1.05 7.0 0.57 Retail lawn and garden centers 27.2 9.0 1.0 19.1 348 31.4 389 20.1 4.3 1.16 14.3 1.42 Nature based Recreation 29.6 7.1 5.7 28.1 265 33.0 299 11.9 1.2 1.12 10.1 1.05 Golf courses 24.5 5.9 4.7 23.3 219 27.3 248 9.8 1.0 1.12 10.1 1.05 Recreational fishing 5.1 1.2 1.0 4.9 46 5.7 52 2.0 0.2 1.12 10.1 1.05 Total 1,613.4 743.5 530.7 1,400.6 18,024 1,869.8 20,784 891.9 88.2 1.16 12.9 1.15

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136 89 218 233 249 391 508 616 643 669 1,275 1,656 1,662 1,704 1,763 1,889 2,589 3,072 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 Education Social Services & Organizations Transportation Utilities Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Health Care Retail Trade Households Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 835 2,104 4,387 4,849 5,807 6,907 7,139 8,043 9,128 11,723 18,071 30,687 30,782 34,804 35,555 36,709 41,546 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 Utilities Education Transportation Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Households Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Government Construction Employment (Jobs) All Industries 20 42 51 130 182 238 1,389 0 500 1,000 1,500 Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 340 362 635 2,528 2,737 6,263 33,568 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Lee County Lee County is located in the Sarasota Bradenton economic region on the Gulf coast of s outh w est Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 586,908. Gro ss Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 19.22 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 32.46 billion and employment was 289,075 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Construction, Real Estate and Financial Services, Agriculture and R elated, Professional and Technical Services, and Government as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 16.06 b illion and exports of $ 8.10 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 40.43 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (41, 546 jobs), Construction (36,709 jobs), and Government ( 3 5,555 jobs) I ndustry groups with highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($3.07 billion), Government ($2.59 billion), and Professional and Technical Services ($ 1.89 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.34 ) Travel and Entertainment Services (1.24), and Inform ation and C ommunication s (1.19). The average employment multiplier was 10.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 18.5 ), Retail Trade ( 15.5 ), and Agriculture and R elated ( 14.5 ). The average out put/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.80 with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest ratio ( 1.25 ) In Lee County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 3 rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd n exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 3.20 b illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 1.16 billion and total imports were $ 1.30 b illion The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 3.34 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 3.7 8 b illion a nd total employment impacts w ere 46,4 34 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 2.05 b illion including $ 251.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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137 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 2.13 b illion) Agricultural Inputs and Services ($369.6 million), and Nature based Recreation ($ 251.2 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 33,568 jobs), and Agricultural Inputs and Services (6,263 jobs), and Nature based Recreation ( 2,737 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 1.39 b illion), Agr icultural Inputs and Services ($ 238.4 million), and Nature based Recreation ($ 181.9 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 68 percent of output, compared to 36 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R el ated i ndustries (Table B) and 25 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 24 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.18) and higher than al l industri es in the county (1.13 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 15.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 14.5 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.0 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 1.35 b illion) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 470.3 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 248.7 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (23,728 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 7,530 jobs), and Landscape services ( 4,047 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 837.0 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 337.9 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 169.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.18, with Na ture based Recreation having the highest ( 1.46 ). The average employment multiplier was 14.5, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 16.9 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.96 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 3.36 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contrib utions of all industry groups in Lee County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Construction 4,616.7 847.9 0.0 3,768.8 36,709 1,703.9 1.10 8.9 1.22 Real Estate and Financial Services 4,400.2 1,877.5 2,197.0 4,719.7 30,687 1,762.5 1.16 8.4 0.93 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 3,199.2 1,157.8 2,313.8 4,355.1 41,546 3,071.9 1.18 14.5 0.73 Professional and Technical Services 3,183.7 866.4 909.2 3,226.5 30,782 1,888.7 1.18 11.2 0.99 Government 2,786.8 74.7 96.4 2,808.4 35,555 2,588.7 1.02 12.9 0.99 Retail Trade 2,410.8 520.5 290.7 2,181.0 34,804 1,655.7 1.12 15.5 1.11 Households 2,382.1 14.7 0.0 2,367.5 6,907 1,661.6 1.00 2.9 1.01 Information and Communications 1,900.3 615.8 1,035.6 2,320.1 7,139 669.2 1.19 5.2 0.82 Health Care 1,828.0 249.5 1,277.5 2,856.0 18,071 1,274.7 1.08 10.6 0.64 Manufacturing 1,314.0 994.9 5,817.8 6,136.9 4,849 391.3 1.34 6.3 0.21 Consumer Services 1,090.3 238.7 284.5 1,136.2 11,723 616.2 1.11 11.8 0.96 Wholesale Trade 994.9 104.7 209.1 1,099.2 5,807 642.7 1.06 6.3 0.91 Travel and Entertainment Services 930.1 381.6 194.6 743.0 9,128 508.5 1.24 11.9 1.25 Social Services & Organizations 468.4 80.8 287.5 675.1 8,043 217.6 1.16 18.5 0.69 Transportation 465.7 63.9 543.2 944.9 4,387 233.1 1.06 10.0 0.49 Utilities 333.6 1.2 419.6 751.9 835 249.0 1.00 2.5 0.44 Education 157.1 7.1 186.9 337.0 2,104 88.8 1.03 13.6 0.47 Total 32,461.9 8,097.9 16,063.4 40,427.4 289,075 19,224.2 1.13 10.0 0.80

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138 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Lee County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplie r Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 161.8 110.6 119.3 170.5 2,164 200.4 2,528 129.8 4.6 1.24 15.6 0.95 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 71.9 49.7 13.7 35.9 686 85.2 810 69.3 1.6 1.18 11.3 2.00 Fruit farming 25.3 13.1 16.3 28.4 430 29.4 477 18.6 0.9 1.16 18.9 0.89 Commercial f ishing 16.3 16.1 17.2 17.3 346 22.0 396 10.0 0.6 1.35 24.3 0.94 Vegetable and melon farming 13.7 4.8 30.6 39.5 73 14.8 84 9.8 0.2 1.07 6.1 0.35 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 10.9 10.9 6.1 6.1 491 18.2 555 12.3 0.6 1.67 50.9 1.78 Commercial logging 10.2 6.9 0.1 3.4 48 14.5 78 5.3 0.3 1.42 7.6 2.98 Poultry and egg production 5.8 2.4 13.1 16.6 13 6.3 17 1.3 0.1 1.09 2.9 0.35 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 3.2 3.2 4.2 4.2 7 4.7 33 1.5 0.1 1.45 10.3 0.77 Cattle ranching and farming 3.1 2.9 0.8 1.0 37 4.0 44 1.0 0.1 1.27 14.1 3.02 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.9 0.1 9.7 10.5 26 0.9 26 0.5 0.0 1.02 30.1 0.08 Grain farming 0.4 0.3 7.5 7.6 7 0.4 8 0.2 0.0 1.20 21.2 0.05 Agricultural Inputs & Services 369.6 216.0 88.0 241.6 5,410 468.2 6,263 238.4 13.2 1.27 16.9 1.53 Landscape services 198.1 122.7 18.9 94.3 3,510 257.9 4,047 146.5 8.1 1.30 20.4 2.10 Veterinary services 61.2 10.7 2.7 53.2 782 67.0 832 32.8 1.6 1.09 13.6 1.15 Pest control services 60.6 37.6 5.8 28.9 1,074 79.0 1,239 44.9 2.5 1.30 20.4 2.10 Fertilizer manufacturing 36.5 34.1 37.9 40.4 33 47.1 108 9.7 0.8 1.29 3.0 0.90 Pesticide and other agricultural chemical m fg 11.5 10.7 18.8 19.6 7 15.5 33 4.3 0.2 1.35 2.8 0.59 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.8 0.0 2.4 3.2 2 0.8 2 0.0 0.0 1.00 3.0 0.25 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 0.8 0.2 1.6 2.1 2 0.8 2 0.2 0.0 1.12 2.9 0.36 Mining 60.4 43.5 113.7 130.7 195 78.6 340 42.2 2.2 1.30 5.6 0.46 Mining and quarrying stone 31.8 29.6 30.3 32.6 114 44.6 216 27.4 1.4 1.40 6.8 0.98 Extraction of oil and natural gas 13.6 0.4 63.0 76.3 32 13.8 33 3.0 0.3 1.01 2.4 0.18 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 7.8 7.8 14.3 14.3 35 11.5 64 6.7 0.4 1.46 8.1 0.55 Drilling oil and gas wells 7.2 5.7 6.1 7.6 15 8.8 28 5.1 0.2 1.23 3.9 0.94 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 178.5 73.6 601.4 706.3 426 208.3 635 51.0 5.0 1.17 3.6 0.25 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 95.9 44.1 2.0 53.8 253 115.1 387 27.6 1.3 1.20 4.0 1.78 Tobacco product manufacturing 26.1 0.3 91.2 117.0 15 26.1 16 10.4 3.0 1.00 0.6 0.22 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 15.2 0.1 50.0 65.1 22 15.3 23 1.7 0.0 1.00 1.5 0.23 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 12.0 11.1 138.9 139.8 19 15.4 43 3.0 0.2 1.29 3.6 0.09 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 11.7 11.7 15.5 15.5 41 16.3 73 4.5 0.3 1.40 6.3 0.75 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch ocolate 6.2 5.6 24.8 25.4 23 8.4 38 2.2 0.1 1.34 6.0 0.25 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 4.5 0.1 58.6 63.0 35 4.6 35 0.8 0.0 1.02 7.8 0.07 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 2.7 0.0 13.9 16.6 6 2.7 6 0.3 0.0 1.00 2.1 0.16 All other food manufacturing 2.1 0.3 31.0 32.7 8 2.2 9 0.3 0.0 1.09 4.6 0.06 Coffee and tea manufacturing 1.8 0.2 16.1 17.8 3 1.9 4 0.2 0.0 1.06 2.1 0.10 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 0.3 0.0 159.3 159.6 1 0.3 1 0.0 0.0 1.03 4.0 0.00 Forest Products Manufacturing 50.2 8.9 171.2 212.5 327 54.5 362 20.0 0.5 1.09 7.2 0.24 Wood windows and doors and millwork 23.3 0.5 55.3 78.1 142 23.6 144 8.1 0.1 1.01 6.2 0.30 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 18.3 1.5 10.1 26.9 160 19.0 166 6.8 0.1 1.04 9.1 0.68 All other converted paper product 6.3 5.8 5.5 6.0 17 9.0 40 4.1 0.2 1.44 6.4 1.05 Sawmills and wood preservation 1.3 0.1 66.6 67.8 6 1.4 6 0.4 0.0 1.07 4.7 0.02 Paperboard container manufacturing 1.0 1.0 33.7 33.7 2 1.4 6 0.6 0.0 1.44 5.8 0.03 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 2,127.5 510.0 186.8 1,804.3 31,299 2,398.0 33,568 1,389.0 207.4 1.13 15.8 1.18 Food services and drinking places 1,348.5 376.4 108.2 1,080.3 22,101 1,543.9 23,728 837.0 88.5 1.14 17.6 1.25 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 470.3 91.9 24.0 402.3 7,084 522.5 7,530 337.9 74.2 1.11 16.0 1.17 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 248.7 26.2 52.3 274.8 1,452 263.0 1,575 169.4 35.1 1.06 6.3 0.91 Retail lawn and garden centers 60.0 15.6 2.3 46.8 663 68.5 736 44.7 9.7 1.14 12.3 1.28 Nature based Recreation 251.2 195.4 18.9 74.6 1,724 367.0 2,737 181.9 18.6 1.46 10.9 3.36 Golf courses 205.2 159.4 11.6 57.5 1,416 300.4 2,248 148.7 15.1 1.46 11.0 3.57 Recreational fishing 42.8 33.2 2.4 12.0 295 62.6 468 31.0 3.2 1.46 11.0 3.57 Commercial hunting and trapping 3.2 2.8 4.8 5.2 13 4.0 21 2.2 0.3 1.28 6.7 0.61 Total 3,199.2 1,157.8 1,299.2 3,340.5 41,546 3,775.1 46,434 2,052.2 251.6 1.18 14.5 0.96

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139 35 49 77 98 161 211 237 239 423 477 583 630 668 954 1,159 1,409 3,603 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Education Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Transportation Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Construction Information and Communications Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Retail Trade Households Health Care Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 136 1,497 1,877 2,007 2,208 2,300 2,556 5,196 6,288 7,356 9,135 11,180 14,968 15,240 20,230 20,931 57,758 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 Utilities Transportation Education Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Households Consumer Services Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Professional and Technical Services Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 7 8 14 14 63 520 0 200 400 600 Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Mining Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 32 91 172 221 682 2,400 17,315 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Leon County Leon County is located in the Tallahassee economic region of n orth w est Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 265,714. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 11.01 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 18.14 b illion and employment was 1 80,963 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical Services, Health Care, and Information and Communication s as shown in Table A The county had total d omestic and international imports of $ 14.09 b illion and exports of $ 4.15 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 28.09 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 57,758 jobs), Professional and Technic al Services (20,931 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 20,230 jobs) I ndustry groups with highest total value added were Government ($ 3.60 billion), Professional and Technical Services ($ 1.41 billion), and Real Estate and Financial Services ($1.16 b illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.36 ) Health Care (1.29), Information a nd Communication s ( 1.23 ), and Education ( 1.23 ) The ave rage employment multiplier was 10.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (22.8), Social Services and Organizations ( 21.7 ), and Agriculture and R elated ( 17.6 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.65 with Health Care having the highest ratio ( 2.12 ) In Leon County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 6 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 5 th in exports and 3 rd i n employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was 1.19 billion Total exports of this industry group wer e $ 221.4 million and total imports were $ 630.4 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.60 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.27 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 20,914 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 628.1 million including $ 83.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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140 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 940.9 million) Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 123.0 million) and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($63.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 17,315 jobs) ; Agricultura l Inputs and Services ( 2,400 jobs ) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (682 jobs). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 519.8 million), Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 63.0 millio n), and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 14.3 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 87 percent of output, compared to 19 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 23 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .24 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 04 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 11 ) Produc tion agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 15.9 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 9.1 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with th e highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 641.3 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 185.6 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 92.3 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 12,998 jobs), Re tail s tores f ood and beverage ( 3,433 jobs), and Landscape services ( 1,401 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food servi ces and drinking places ($ 316.3 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 126.5 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 61.8 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.04, with Fo od and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.4 6 ). The average employment multiplier was 9.1, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 15.9 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.68 with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ratio ( 1.15 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Tabl e B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Leon County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 3,705.5 1.1 108.4 3,812.9 57,758 3,602.9 1.00 15.6 0.97 Real Estate and Financial Services 2,336.2 732.5 1,582.9 3,186.6 11,180 1,159.4 1.16 6.0 0.73 Professional and Technical Services 2,334.6 727.3 1,241.1 2,848.3 20,931 1,409.0 1.17 10.5 0.82 Health Care 1,540.3 925.9 112.3 726.6 15,240 954.0 1.29 12.5 2.12 Information and Communications 1,527.0 683.7 825.1 1,668.4 6,288 476.8 1.23 5.9 0.92 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,190.5 221.4 1,591.7 2,560.8 20,230 583.3 1.07 17.6 0.46 Construction 1,130.6 0.0 2,825.1 3,955.7 9,135 422.8 1.00 8.1 0.29 Households 959.2 1.6 0.0 957.6 2,556 667.7 1.00 2.7 1.00 Retail Trade 923.5 137.4 78.8 864.9 14,968 630.5 1.07 16.8 1.07 Manufacturing 830.6 365.4 3,758.7 4,223.8 2,007 161.0 1.15 3.6 0.20 Consumer Services 426.4 60.0 387.8 754.2 5,196 239.4 1.06 12.8 0.57 Social Services & Organizations 398.0 189.2 85.4 294.3 7,356 210.8 1.36 21.7 1.35 Wholesale Trade 369.4 38.9 323.7 654.2 2,300 237.3 1.05 6.6 0.56 Transportation 163.5 16.3 438.7 585.9 1,497 98.5 1.04 9.5 0.28 Travel and Entertainment Services 151.2 7.2 229.2 373.2 2,208 77.2 1.03 14.8 0.41 Education 90.3 37.6 69.8 122.5 1,877 35.0 1.23 22.8 0.74 Utilities 64.6 0.2 433.4 497.8 136 49.1 1.00 2.1 0.13 Total 18,141.6 4,145.7 14,092.0 28,087.8 180,863 11,014.6 1.11 10.9 0.65

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141 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Leon County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 27.5 23.8 71.7 75.4 610 35.2 682 13.8 1.0 1.24 15.9 0.92 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 9.8 9.8 2.0 2.0 20 11.9 40 3.7 0.4 1.18 11.3 2.00 Commercial logging 4.6 3.2 0.1 1.5 25 6.4 37 1.8 0.1 1.16 18.9 0.89 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 3.5 0.0 0.2 401 4.9 419 2.3 0.2 1.35 24.3 0.94 Poultry and egg production 2.9 1.7 5.6 6.8 8 3.3 10 0.7 0.0 1.07 6.1 0.35 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 2.0 1.3 17.6 18.3 23 2.5 28 2.0 0.1 1.67 50.9 1.78 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.7 1.7 11.3 11.3 77 2.8 87 1.9 0.1 1.42 7.6 2.98 Commercial f ishing 0.8 0.8 8.4 8.5 22 1.1 23 0.4 0.0 1.09 2.9 0.35 Cattle ranching and farming 0.6 0.6 0.2 0.2 9 0.8 10 0.2 0.0 1.45 10.3 0.77 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.3 5.1 5.1 11 0.4 11 0.2 0.0 1.27 14.1 3.02 Grain farming 0.3 0.3 3.0 3.0 6 0.3 7 0.2 0.0 1.02 30.1 0.08 Oilseed farming 0.3 0.3 0.0 0.0 4 0.3 4 0.2 0.0 1.20 21.2 0.05 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.2 1.1 1.1 3 0.3 3 0.2 0.0 1.27 16.9 1.53 Vegetable and melon farming 0.2 0.2 17.4 17.4 1 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.30 20.4 2.10 Agricultural Inputs & Services 123.0 18.3 31.6 136.3 2,334 131.5 2,400 63.0 2.8 1.09 13.6 1.15 Landscape services 63.7 14.0 12.4 62.1 1,350 70.2 1,401 35.1 1.6 1.30 20.4 2.10 Veterinary services 39.8 0.0 15.4 55.1 570 39.8 570 17.1 0.7 1.29 3.0 0.90 Pest control services 19.5 4.3 3.8 19.0 413 21.5 429 10.8 0.5 1.35 2.8 0.59 Mining 12.1 9.7 233.1 235.5 64 15.3 91 8.2 0.4 1.00 3.0 0.25 Mining and quarrying stone 4.4 4.4 8.2 8.2 27 5.9 40 3.6 0.2 1.12 2.9 0.36 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 3.7 3.7 4.0 4.0 23 5.1 34 2.8 0.1 1.30 5.6 0.46 Drilling oil and gas wells 2.0 1.6 1.7 2.1 10 2.4 12 1.4 0.0 1.40 6.8 0.98 Extraction of oil and natural gas 2.0 0.1 219.2 221.1 5 2.0 5 0.4 0.0 1.01 2.4 0.18 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 63.1 57.4 102.2 107.9 118 76.7 221 14.3 0.9 1.46 8.1 0.55 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 59.3 56.6 59.5 62.2 91 72.6 191 13.7 0.8 1.23 3.9 0.94 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 3.1 0.1 34.7 37.7 25 3.1 25 0.4 0.0 1.17 3.6 0.25 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 0.8 0.7 8.0 8.0 3 0.9 4 0.2 0.0 1.20 4.0 1.78 Forest Products Manufacturing 4.6 0.3 21.3 25.5 31 4.7 32 1.8 0.0 1.00 0.6 0.22 All other miscellaneous wood product 2.9 0.3 8.1 10.7 18 3.0 19 1.2 0.0 1.00 1.5 0.23 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 1.7 0.0 13.2 14.8 14 1.7 14 0.7 0.0 1.29 3.6 0.09 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 940.9 108.2 156.1 988.7 16,907 987.5 17,315 519.8 77.7 1.40 6.3 0.75 Food services and drinking places 641.3 59.9 64.7 646.0 12,785 665.6 12,998 316.3 33.4 1.34 6.0 0.25 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 185.6 34.6 9.6 160.6 3,292 201.7 3,433 126.5 28.1 1.02 7.8 0.07 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 92.3 9.7 80.9 163.5 575 96.7 613 61.8 12.9 1.00 2.1 0.16 Retail lawn and garden centers 21.7 4.0 0.9 18.5 255 23.5 271 15.2 3.4 1.09 4.6 0.06 Nature based Recreation 19.3 3.6 14.4 30.1 165 20.2 172 7.2 0.8 1.06 2.1 0.10 Golf courses 13.0 0.0 10.7 23.7 122 13.0 122 4.0 0.4 1.03 4.0 0.00 Commercial hunting and trapping 3.6 3.6 1.5 1.5 17 4.5 25 2.3 0.3 1.09 7.2 0.24 Recreational fishing 2.7 0.0 2.2 4.9 25 2.7 25 0.8 0.1 1.01 6.2 0.30 Total 1,190.5 221.4 630.4 1,599.6 20,230 1,271.2 20,914 628.1 83.7 1.04 9.1 0.68

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142 0 7 8 15 15 17 19 19 22 34 37 46 46 49 66 104 117 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Health Care Professional and Technical Services Transportation Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Utilities Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Retail Trade Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 22 69 113 227 233 281 429 462 484 492 548 569 848 1,051 1,203 2,133 2,490 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 Education Information and Communications Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Households Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Health Care Transportation Manufacturing Social Services & Organizations Construction Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 1 3 4 4 33 85 0 20 40 60 80 100 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 10 27 28 52 101 1,189 1,712 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Levy County Levy County is located in the Gainesville economic region on the Gulf coast of north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 39,147. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 618.3 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 1.19 billion and employment was 11,654 full time and part time jobs The top fi ve major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Manufacturing, Government, Construction and Households as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 968.6 million and exports of $ 429.4 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 1.73 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 2,490 jobs), Government (2,133 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 1,230 jobs) I ndustry groups with highest total valu e added were Government ($ 116.9 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 103.9 m illion), and Households ($ 66.0 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.11 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.22 ) Agriculture and R elated Consumer Services ( 1.21 ), and Manufacturing ( 1.21 ) The average employment multiplier was 11.0 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (23.9), Retail Trade ( 17.5 ), and Consumer Services ( 17.4) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.69 with Social Services and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 2.30 ) In Levy County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 237.0 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 138.4 million and total imports were $ 57.8 million The apparent consumption of A gricultu re and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 156.4 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 286.7 million and total employment impacts w ere 3,120 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 129.3 million including $ 11.3 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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143 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($148.9 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 60.9 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 8 6 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (1,712 jobs); Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 1,189 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 101 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($84.7 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($32.9 million) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 3.7 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 78 percent of output, compared to 58 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 6 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture h ad a higher output multiplier (1 .29 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.21 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.11 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 11.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.2 ) and higher than all industries ( 11.0 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were All other crop farming ($ 35.2 mill ion), Commercial logging ($ 34.8 million), and Food services and drinking places ($ 33.9 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 713 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 406 jobs), and Support activiti es for agriculture and f orestry ( 296 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts included All other crop farming ($17.8 million), Food services and drinking places ($ 15.3 million), and Commercial logging ($ 15.2 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.2 1 with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.33 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.2, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ( 19.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.52 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 2.72 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for indivi dual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Levy County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 237.0 138.4 152.6 251.2 2,490 103.9 1.21 13.2 0.94 Manufacturing 137.7 117.9 286.7 306.4 569 33.7 1.21 6.3 0.45 Government 127.0 2.2 3.8 128.6 2,133 116.9 1.01 16.9 0.99 Construction 126.8 8.2 0.2 118.9 1,051 45.7 1.02 8.5 1.07 Households 94.8 0.3 0.0 94.5 281 66.0 1.00 3.0 1.00 Retail Trade 71.9 17.7 36.2 90.4 1,203 48.7 1.07 17.5 0.80 Real Estate and Financial Services 69.6 24.4 156.5 201.7 429 45.7 1.10 7.2 0.35 Social Services & Organizations 62.6 46.2 10.8 27.2 848 21.6 1.22 15.8 2.30 Utilities 53.7 31.1 8.3 31.0 113 37.0 1.07 2.8 1.74 Transportation 44.3 24.3 26.0 46.0 548 19.0 1.17 14.7 0.96 Health Care 37.4 0.0 87.8 125.2 492 16.9 1.00 13.2 0.30 Professional and Technical Services 36.1 3.7 79.9 112.4 462 18.8 1.03 13.1 0.32 Consumer Services 28.6 4.3 21.1 45.4 484 14.5 1.04 17.4 0.63 Wholesale Trade 23.9 2.5 25.6 47.0 233 14.6 1.03 10.1 0.51 Information and Communications 19.6 3.4 41.1 57.3 69 7.0 1.03 3.9 0.34 Travel and Entertainment Services 15.1 4.7 18.1 28.5 227 7.9 1.13 16.6 0.53 Education 0.9 0.0 13.9 14.9 22 0.3 1.00 23.9 0.06 Total 1,187.2 429.4 968.6 1,726.4 11,654 618.3 1.11 11.0 0.69

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144 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Levy County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption R atio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 148.9 116.3 22.1 54.7 1,145 191.5 1,712 84.7 5.1 1.29 11.5 2.72 All other crop farming 35.2 28.4 0.2 7.0 158 42.7 266 17.8 2.0 1.21 7.5 5.03 Commercial logging 34.8 24.3 0.1 10.6 175 48.6 290 15.2 0.8 1.40 8.3 3.28 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 15.2 13.6 0.3 1.8 80 17.6 107 14.4 0.3 1.16 7.1 8.34 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 14.9 14.9 11.5 11.5 34 22.7 236 8.3 0.7 1.52 15.8 1.30 Animal production except cattle and poultry 12.5 11.2 0.2 1.5 206 15.6 242 8.3 0.5 1.25 19.3 8.27 Vegetable and melon farming 12.5 10.8 0.6 2.4 37 14.3 66 9.4 0.3 1.15 5.3 5.26 Cattle ranching and farming 8.3 6.3 0.1 2.1 54 13.0 90 3.2 0.4 1.57 10.8 3.94 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 7.3 0.0 4.9 12.2 296 7.3 296 5.4 0.1 1.00 40.5 0.60 Poultry and egg production 3.8 2.8 0.1 1.1 5 4.6 10 1.0 0.0 1.21 2.6 3.43 Commercial f ishing 2.7 2.6 0.5 0.7 85 3.1 89 0.6 0.0 1.14 32.9 3.97 Grain farming 1.5 1.4 2.3 2.4 16 1.7 19 0.9 0.0 1.14 12.8 0.63 Fruit farming 0.1 0.1 1.3 1.4 1 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.10 11.2 0.10 Agricultural Inputs & Services 6.6 2.1 2.0 6.4 94 7.2 101 3.7 0.2 1.10 15.4 1.02 Veterinary services 4.4 2.1 0.1 2.4 53 5.0 60 2.5 0.1 1.15 13.9 1.84 Landscape services 1.7 0.0 1.4 3.1 31 1.7 31 0.9 0.0 1.00 18.5 0.54 Pest control services 0.5 0.0 0.4 0.9 10 0.5 10 0.3 0.0 1.00 18.5 0.54 Mining 3.4 3.0 1.5 1.9 20 4.2 28 2.5 0.1 1.26 8.3 1.82 Mining and quarrying stone 2.5 2.3 1.0 1.2 16 3.2 22 1.9 0.1 1.27 8.7 2.11 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.3 4 0.7 5 0.4 0.0 1.30 9.2 1.77 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.4 1 0.4 1 0.2 0.0 1.07 3.6 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 8.6 8.3 8.6 8.9 14 10.1 27 1.4 0.1 1.17 3.2 0.96 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 7.7 7.4 6.4 6.7 12 9.0 23 1.2 0.1 1.17 3.0 1.15 Wineries 0.9 0.8 2.2 2.2 2 1.0 4 0.2 0.0 1.22 4.3 0.39 Forest Products Manufacturing 7.5 3.5 3.5 7.6 35 10.0 52 3.6 0.2 1.33 7.0 0.99 Veneer and plywood manufacturing 3.9 2.4 0.7 2.2 18 5.5 29 2.3 0.2 1.40 7.4 1.79 Sawmills and wood preservation 2.5 1.0 1.3 2.8 11 3.3 16 0.9 0.0 1.33 6.6 0.88 Wood windows and doors and millwork 0.9 0.0 1.4 2.2 5 0.9 5 0.3 0.0 1.01 6.0 0.39 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.3 1 0.3 2 0.1 0.0 1.27 7.7 0.73 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 60.9 5.2 18.5 74.1 1,171 62.5 1,189 32.9 5.5 1.03 19.5 0.82 Food services and drinking places 33.9 0.0 9.9 43.7 713 33.9 713 15.3 1.6 1.00 21.0 0.78 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 20.3 4.5 1.0 16.8 390 21.8 406 13.4 3.0 1.07 19.9 1.21 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 6.0 0.6 6.4 11.7 58 6.2 60 3.7 0.8 1.03 10.1 0.51 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.7 0.0 1.2 1.9 11 0.7 11 0.4 0.1 1.00 15.4 0.37 Nature based Recreation 1.2 0.0 1.6 2.8 10 1.2 10 0.4 0.0 1.00 8.5 0.44 Golf courses 1.0 0.0 1.3 2.4 9 1.0 9 0.4 0.0 1.00 8.5 0.44 Recreational fishing 0.2 0.0 0.3 0.5 2 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 8.5 0.44 Total 237.0 138.4 57.8 156.4 2,490 286.7 3,120 129.3 11.3 1.21 13.2 1.52

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145 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 8 14 19 31 36 49 55 0 20 40 60 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Retail Trade Wholesale Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Transportation Households Health Care Utilities Construction Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 0 3 10 25 26 29 38 52 55 60 86 103 124 581 674 958 963 0 500 1,000 1,500 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Information and Communications Real Estate and Financial Services Wholesale Trade Professional and Technical Services Utilities Households Retail Trade Transportation Social Services & Organizations Health Care Construction Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 2 4 5 16 47 0 20 40 60 Agricultural Inputs & Services Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 17 19 141 172 339 596 0 200 400 600 800 Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Distribution Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Liberty County Liberty County is located in the Tallahassee economic region of n orth w est Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 7,983 Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 234.9 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 494.6 billion and employment was 3,787 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Construction, Government, Utilities, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 414.7 million and exports of $ 198.3 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 711.1 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the hig hest employment were Agriculture and R elated (963 jobs), Government ( 958 jobs), and Construction ( 674 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($54.6 million), Government ($ 48.7 m illion), and Construction ($ 36.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.25 ) Social Services and Organizations (1. 19), and Health Care (1.17). The average employment multiplier was 8.5 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services (65.7), Social Services and Organizations ( 24.0 ), and Health Care ( 23.7 ). The a verage output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.70 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 4.29 ) In Liberty County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 207.3 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 121.5 million and total imports were $ 37.0 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 122.7 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 258.8 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,286 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 74.1 million including $ 3.8 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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146 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Forest Products Manufacturing ($137.7 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($46.6 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 9.0 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Forest Pro ducts Manufacturing (596 jobs); Crop, Livestock, For estry, and Fisheries Production (339 jobs), and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 172 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Forest Products Manufacturing ($46.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($15.8 mi llion) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($5.2 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 29 percent of output, compared to 59 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 40 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .13 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 25 ) and the same as al l industries in the county (1.13 ) Product ion agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 7.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 6.2 ) and lower than all industries ( 8.5 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the hi ghest output were Sanitary paper product manufacturing ($ 83.3 million), Sawmills and wood preservation ($ 53.9 million), and Commercial logging ($ 41.8 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Sawmills and wood preservation ( 458 jobs), Commercial logging ( 255 jobs), and Sanitary paper product manufacturing ( 138 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Sawmills and wood preservation ($ 24.2 million), Sanitary paper product manufacturing ($ 22.4 million), and Commercial loggi ng ($ 13.2 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.25, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.31 ). The average employment multiplier was 6.2, with Food and Kindred Products Dist ribution having the highest ( 19.0 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.69 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 184.19 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Liberty County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 207.3 121.5 94.1 179.9 963 54.6 1.25 6.2 1.15 Construction 88.8 3.1 25.0 110.7 674 36.1 1.01 7.6 0.80 Government 54.8 0.2 0.8 55.4 958 48.7 1.00 17.5 0.99 Utilities 41.4 34.0 2.3 9.7 55 31.5 1.07 1.8 4.29 Health Care 25.9 21.9 16.0 19.9 581 19.2 1.17 23.7 1.30 Households 20.7 0.2 0.0 20.4 60 14.4 1.00 2.9 1.01 Transportation 14.7 6.4 11.2 19.6 103 8.2 1.08 7.6 0.75 Wholesale Trade 7.0 0.7 13.6 19.9 38 4.6 1.02 5.5 0.35 Real Estate and Financial Services 6.9 0.7 37.5 43.7 29 4.8 1.02 4.3 0.16 Retail Trade 5.7 1.9 16.3 20.2 86 3.8 1.06 15.4 0.28 Professional and Technical Services 5.5 0.1 43.0 48.5 52 3.1 1.00 9.5 0.11 Social Services & Organizations 5.5 4.1 5.0 6.4 124 2.2 1.19 24.0 0.86 Information and Communications 5.4 0.8 15.3 19.9 26 2.0 1.02 5.0 0.27 Manufacturing 4.2 2.4 109.8 111.6 25 1.4 1.10 6.7 0.04 Consumer Services 0.8 0.0 15.3 16.1 10 0.5 1.00 12.7 0.05 Travel and Entertainment Services 0.0 0.0 6.7 6.7 3 0.0 1.00 65.7 0.01 Education 0.0 0.0 2.7 2.7 0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.00 Total 494.6 198.3 414.7 711.1 3,787 234.9 1.13 8.5 0.70

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147 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Liberty County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 46.6 13.7 20.5 53.4 287 52.7 339 15.8 0.6 1.13 7.3 0.87 Commercial logging 41.8 11.1 0.2 30.8 214 47.1 255 13.2 0.5 1.13 6.1 1.35 Poultry and egg production 1.2 0.9 0.0 0.3 2 1.4 3 0.3 0.0 1.17 2.4 4.07 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.1 0.0 0.4 1.5 53 1.1 53 0.8 0.0 1.00 47.2 0.75 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 0.8 0.5 0.1 0.4 5 0.8 5 0.7 0.0 1.04 6.8 2.01 All other crop farming 0.6 0.2 0.1 0.5 3 0.6 4 0.2 0.0 1.08 6.8 1.26 Cattle ranching and farming 0.4 0.4 0.0 0.1 3 0.6 5 0.1 0.0 1.43 11.2 4.03 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 0.4 0.4 19.7 19.7 1 0.6 8 0.2 0.0 1.49 19.3 0.02 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.3 0.2 0.0 0.1 6 0.4 7 0.2 0.0 1.13 21.2 2.77 Agricultural Inputs & Services 1.3 0.1 0.3 1.5 19 1.3 19 0.8 0.0 1.01 15.2 0.86 Landscape services 1.0 0.1 0.2 1.1 15 1.0 15 0.6 0.0 1.01 15.2 0.86 Pest control services 0.3 0.0 0.1 0.3 5 0.3 5 0.2 0.0 1.01 15.2 0.86 Mining 3.0 2.8 0.6 0.8 15 3.5 17 2.2 0.1 1.17 5.8 3.65 Mining and quarrying stone 3.0 2.8 0.6 0.8 15 3.5 17 2.2 0.1 1.17 5.8 3.65 Forest Products Manufacturing 137.7 94.7 2.5 45.5 345 180.8 596 46.6 1.7 1.31 4.3 3.02 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 83.8 46.4 0.4 37.7 109 88.7 138 22.4 0.7 1.06 1.6 2.22 Sawmills and wood preservation 53.9 48.3 2.1 7.8 235 92.0 458 24.2 1.0 1.71 8.5 6.91 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 9.0 0.6 13.0 21.5 171 9.1 172 5.2 1.0 1.01 19.0 0.42 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 3.8 0.2 0.2 3.8 100 3.8 100 2.2 0.5 1.01 26.6 1.00 Food services and drinking places 2.9 0.0 9.3 12.3 52 2.9 52 1.5 0.2 1.00 17.7 0.24 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 1.8 0.2 3.4 5.0 9 1.8 10 1.2 0.2 1.02 5.5 0.35 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.6 0.2 0.0 0.4 10 0.6 10 0.4 0.1 1.05 17.4 1.31 Nature based Recreation 9.7 9.6 0.0 0.1 126 11.4 141 3.6 0.5 1.18 14.6 184.19 Commercial hunting and trapping 9.7 9.6 0.0 0.1 126 11.4 141 3.6 0.5 1.18 14.6 184.19 Total 207.3 121.5 37.0 122.7 963 258.8 1,286 74.1 3.8 1.25 6.2 1.69

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148 0 3 3 5 7 7 9 9 11 13 14 15 18 31 32 61 78 0 50 100 Education Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Construction Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Professional and Technical Services Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Transportation Retail Trade Health Care Utilities Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 23 42 43 79 84 141 169 175 219 279 287 288 304 322 514 1,436 1,504 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 Education Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Utilities Real Estate and Financial Services Manufacturing Construction Professional and Technical Services Consumer Services Social Services & Organizations Households Transportation Retail Trade Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 9 36 83 506 603 733 0 200 400 600 800 Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries 0 1 6 15 30 34 0 10 20 30 40 Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries Madison County Madison County is located in the Tallahassee economic region o f north central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 18,901 Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 315.2 million in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 674.5 m illion and employment was 5,909 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Government, Households, Utilities, and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 574.7 million and exports of $ 300.1 m illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 949.1 m illion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 1,504 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 1,436 jobs), and Health Care (514 jobs) I ndustry groups with highest total value added were Government ($ 78.1 m illion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 61.4 m illion), and Households ($ 31.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated ( 1.26 ) Manufacturing (1.16), and Transportation ( 1.16 ). The average employment multiplier was 9.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education ( 19.2 ), Health Care ( 17.9 ), and Government ( 17.5 ). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0 71 with Utilities having the highest ratio ( 2.32 ) In Madison County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 1 st in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 263.7 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 192.3 million and total imports were $ 66.6 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 13 8 .0 million Total output impacts of these industries were $331 6 million and total employment impacts w ere 1,969 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 85.7 million including $ 6.8 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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149 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($140.2 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($80. 7 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 26.4 million). Groups with the highest employment impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (733 jobs) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing (603 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution (506 jobs) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($33.6 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($30.0 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($14.8 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 69 percent of output, compared to 73 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 44 percent for all industries (Tab le A) Production agriculture had a lower o utput multiplier (1.19 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1. 26 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 14 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 9.1 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 7.5 ) and lower than all industries ( 9. 9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and related industry group with the highest output were Animal (except poultry) slaughtering ($ 74.8 million), Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 65.3 million), and Commercial logging ($ 25.0 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Animal (except poultry) slaughtering (426 jobs), Food services and drinking places ( 259 jobs), Retai l s tores f ood and beverage ( 216 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Animal (except poultry) slaughtering ($ 17.9 million), Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 12.0 million), and Commercial logging ($ 10.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.26, with Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.33 ). The average employment multiplier was 7.5, with Food and Kindred Products Distribution h aving the highest ( 19.2 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.91 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 26.04 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Madison County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 263.7 192.3 138.4 209.8 1,436 61.4 1.26 7.5 1.26 Government 86.0 1.0 1.2 86.1 1,504 78.1 1.00 17.5 1.00 Households 45.2 0.8 0.0 44.4 288 31.7 1.01 6.4 1.02 Utilities 40.2 26.9 4.1 17.3 84 30.6 1.07 2.8 2.32 Manufacturing 31.4 22.7 140.4 149.1 169 10.7 1.16 6.8 0.21 Transportation 30.7 16.4 13.6 27.8 304 14.3 1.16 11.5 1.10 Health Care 30.0 7.1 28.8 51.7 514 17.7 1.09 17.9 0.58 Real Estate and Financial Services 22.4 0.7 71.4 93.1 141 13.0 1.01 6.4 0.24 Retail Trade 21.6 3.2 20.6 38.9 322 14.5 1.04 15.3 0.55 Social Services & Organizations 20.6 13.1 5.4 13.0 287 8.8 1.16 15.3 1.59 Professional and Technical Services 20.0 6.0 50.4 64.4 219 9.4 1.11 11.9 0.31 Construction 18.5 0.0 34.2 52.7 175 5.3 1.00 9.4 0.35 Consumer Services 17.8 8.1 14.6 24.3 279 7.4 1.14 17.0 0.73 Wholesale Trade 10.5 1.1 17.8 27.2 79 6.6 1.03 7.8 0.39 Information and Communications 10.2 0.5 19.5 29.2 43 2.5 1.01 4.3 0.35 Travel and Entertainment Services 4.5 0.0 9.4 13.9 42 2.7 1.00 9.4 0.33 Education 1.2 0.0 4.9 6.1 23 0.5 1.00 19.2 0.20 Total 674.5 300.1 574.7 949.1 5,909 315.2 1.14 9.9 0.71

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150 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Madison County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 80.7 55.9 43.4 68.2 584 96.3 733 33.6 2.1 1.19 9.1 1.18 Commercial logging 25.0 17.3 0.0 7.8 123 33.8 183 10.6 0.5 1.35 7.3 3.21 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 17.8 17.8 8.2 8.2 39 20.7 95 5.9 0.6 1.16 5.3 2.17 Cattle ranching and farming 10.2 0.0 14.9 25.0 128 10.2 128 1.8 0.2 1.00 12.6 0.41 All other crop farming 6.6 3.6 0.1 3.2 57 7.3 64 2.9 0.3 1.10 9.6 2.10 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 6.2 5.5 0.1 0.8 63 7.2 73 5.8 0.1 1.15 11.7 7.42 Poultry and egg production 5.8 4.8 0.0 1.0 14 7.2 21 1.5 0.1 1.22 3.6 5.63 Dairy cattle and milk production 3.1 3.0 0.0 0.1 42 3.7 47 1.5 0.1 1.20 15.3 39.75 Oilseed farming 2.0 2.0 0.1 0.1 27 2.1 28 1.2 0.1 1.08 14.5 22.72 Grain farming 1.5 1.4 1.4 1.5 30 1.6 31 0.9 0.0 1.09 21.5 0.99 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.0 0.0 8.8 9.7 44 1.0 44 0.7 0.0 1.00 45.9 0.10 Vegetable and melon farming 0.8 0.3 0.4 0.9 4 0.8 5 0.5 0.0 1.04 6.0 0.87 Fruit farming 0.3 0.1 0.3 0.6 6 0.3 6 0.2 0.0 1.03 18.5 0.53 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.1 3 0.3 3 0.2 0.0 1.14 12.1 3.75 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.1 0.0 9.1 9.2 5 0.1 5 0.1 0.0 1.01 32.2 0.02 Agricultural Inputs & Services 0.6 0.0 3.2 3.7 9 0.6 9 0.2 0.0 1.00 16.3 0.15 Veterinary services 0.5 0.0 1.0 1.5 7 0.5 7 0.2 0.0 1.00 15.1 0.32 Landscape services 0.1 0.0 1.6 1.7 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 24.5 0.03 Pest control services 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 0.0 1.00 24.5 0.03 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 140.2 119.2 5.4 26.4 261 186.5 603 30.0 1.8 1.33 4.3 5.31 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 74.8 55.9 1.0 19.8 160 111.1 426 17.9 1.1 1.49 5.7 3.77 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 65.3 63.3 3.1 5.1 100 75.3 176 12.0 0.7 1.15 2.7 12.76 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.1 0.0 1.3 1.5 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.01 7.1 0.10 Forest Products Manufacturing 13.5 11.9 0.5 2.1 53 18.1 83 6.1 0.2 1.35 6.2 6.53 Reconstituted wood product manufacturing 13.5 11.9 0.5 2.1 53 18.1 83 6.1 0.2 1.35 6.2 6.53 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 26.4 3.0 14.1 37.5 498 27.3 506 14.8 2.5 1.03 19.2 0.70 Food services and drinking places 13.4 0.0 9.0 22.4 259 13.4 259 6.4 0.7 1.00 19.4 0.60 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 9.7 2.7 0.4 7.4 209 10.5 216 6.3 1.4 1.08 22.3 1.31 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 2.6 0.3 4.5 6.8 20 2.7 20 1.7 0.4 1.03 7.8 0.39 Retail lawn and garden centers 0.7 0.0 0.2 0.8 10 0.7 10 0.4 0.1 1.00 15.2 0.77 Nature based Recreation 2.4 2.3 0.0 0.1 31 2.9 36 0.9 0.1 1.20 14.9 26.04 Commercial hunting and trapping 2.4 2.3 0.0 0.1 31 2.9 36 0.9 0.1 1.20 14.9 26.04 Total 263.7 192.3 66.6 138.0 1,436 331.6 1,969 85.7 6.8 1.26 7.5 1.91

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151 24 73 108 129 160 202 341 381 575 603 706 725 804 874 1,073 1,284 1,781 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 Education Utilities Transportation Social Services & Organizations Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Construction Manufacturing Retail Trade Health Care Households Government Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 206 898 1,808 2,184 2,879 3,084 3,253 5,324 6,132 7,759 11,157 11,582 12,619 12,665 17,433 29,875 37,531 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Transportation Households Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Construction Government Health Care Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 24 48 68 142 424 438 598 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 162 690 1,229 3,382 4,807 13,737 15,281 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Manatee County Manatee County is located in the Sarasota Bradenton economic region on the Gulf coast of central Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 318,361. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 9.84 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 18.59 billion and employment was 166, 390 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Professional and Technical Services, Agriculture and R elated, Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services, and Construction as shown in Table A The county had total dome stic and international imports of $ 9.2 6 b illion and exports of $ 6.18 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 21.66 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical Services ( 37,531 jobs), Agriculture and R elated ( 29, 875 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 17,433 jobs). I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($1.78 billion), Professional and Technical Services ($ 1.2 8 billion), and Real Estate and Financi al Services ($ 1.07 b illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.19 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Professional and Technical Services (1.34), Manufacturing (1.34) and Agriculture and R elated ( 1.28 ). The average employment multiplier was 10.8 jobs per million dollars output The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 19.9 ), Retail Trade ( 17.5 ), and Education ( 17.3). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.86 with Professional and Technical Services having the highest ratio ( 1.44 ) In Manatee County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 2 nd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 2.91 b illion Total exports of this industry group w ere $ 1.63 billion and total imports were $ 75 9.7 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 2.03 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 3.72 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 39,287 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 1.74 b illion including $ 153.0 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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152 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 972.7 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 844.6 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 536.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 15,28 1 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 13, 737 jobs) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ( 4,807 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 598.4 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 437.5 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 423.6 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 7 0 percent of output, compared to 56 percent for all A griculture, Natural Resources, and R elated industries (Table B) and 3 3 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .3 6 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.2 8) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 19 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 25.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.5 ) and higher than all industries ( 10.8 ). Individual sectors within the A griculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Fruit and vegetable canning pickling drying ($ 738.3 million) ; Food services and drinking places ($ 576.9 million) ; and Vegetable and melon farming ($ 234.2 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places (10,205 jobs) ; Fruit and vegetable canning pickling drying (4,246 jobs) ; and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 3,931 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added were Fruit and vegetable can ning pickling drying ($387.9 million) ; Food services and drinking places ($ 323.0 million) ; and Vegetable and melon farming ($ 193.9 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.28, with Food and Kin dred Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.42 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.5 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 25.6 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.43 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 2.85 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Manatee County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Professional and Technical Services 3,229.8 1,640.8 646.5 2,235.5 37,531 1,283.8 1.34 14.9 1.44 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 2,908.2 1,633.8 1,464.3 2,738.6 29,875 1,780.9 1.28 13.5 1.06 Manufacturing 2,272.1 1,500.2 3,376.4 4,148.3 7,759 602.7 1.34 6.1 0.55 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,675.5 314.6 1,160.7 2,521.6 11,157 1,073.2 1.10 7.7 0.66 Construction 1,477.7 223.4 1.1 1,255.4 11,582 575.4 1.09 8.7 1.18 Health Care 1,155.6 99.0 424.9 1,481.6 12,665 724.6 1.05 11.5 0.78 Households 1,153.9 4.7 0.0 1,149.2 2,879 804.0 1.00 2.5 1.00 Retail Trade 1,028.2 115.9 133.0 1,045.4 17,433 706.4 1.06 17.5 0.98 Government 961.2 43.5 63.1 980.8 12,619 873.9 1.03 13.4 0.98 Consumer Services 611.6 188.5 181.0 604.2 6,132 341.2 1.14 11.3 1.01 Wholesale Trade 587.2 61.8 144.0 669.4 3,253 381.0 1.06 6.1 0.88 Information and Communications 556.2 135.8 548.8 969.1 1,808 201.9 1.14 4.4 0.57 Social Services & Organizations 296.9 71.4 105.5 331.0 5,324 129.2 1.22 19.9 0.90 Travel and Entertainment Services 284.7 95.9 178.2 367.0 3,084 159.7 1.21 12.8 0.78 Transportation 205.3 42.9 372.2 534.5 2,184 107.7 1.10 11.6 0.38 Utilities 131.6 7.3 319.4 443.6 206 72.8 1.01 1.6 0.30 Education 51.8 0.1 136.3 188.0 898 24.3 1.00 17.3 0.28 Total 18,587.5 6,179.8 9,255.6 21,663.3 166,390 9,842.8 1.19 10.8 0.86

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153 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Manatee County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed E mploy ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 536.1 377.6 87.2 245.7 9,747 730.9 13,737 423.6 18.8 1.36 25.6 2.18 Vegetable and melon farming 234.2 183.6 14.1 64.7 2,475 297.3 3,505 193.9 6.5 1.27 15.0 3.62 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 97.0 97.0 2.0 2.0 187 182.9 2,508 80.7 6.6 1.89 25.9 49.27 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 63.5 36.4 19.1 46.2 2,141 84.4 2,485 52.8 2.8 1.33 39.2 1.37 Fruit farming 59.8 3.8 6.0 62.0 3,133 62.7 3,160 41.3 0.8 1.05 52.9 0.97 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 37.3 24.9 3.5 15.9 707 49.1 842 38.8 1.1 1.32 22.6 2.34 Commercial f ishing 13.9 11.7 11.3 13.5 446 16.9 474 3.7 0.3 1.22 34.0 1.03 Dairy cattle and milk production 12.9 12.7 0.0 0.3 327 16.2 370 6.8 0.4 1.25 28.6 48.60 Cattle ranching and farming 8.1 5.9 0.5 2.7 189 11.5 244 2.9 0.4 1.43 30.2 2.99 Poultry and egg production 7.3 1.2 2.9 8.9 32 7.7 36 1.5 0.1 1.06 5.0 0.82 Animal production except cattle and poultry 1.6 0.1 4.9 6.4 94 1.6 95 0.9 0.0 1.01 59.4 0.25 Grain farming 0.4 0.3 9.8 9.9 14 0.5 16 0.3 0.0 1.25 41.9 0.04 All other crop farming 0.1 0.0 13.1 13.2 2 0.2 2 0.1 0.0 1.20 18.8 0.01 Agricultural Inputs & Services 315.8 220.7 71.8 166.9 2,642 416.5 3,382 141.5 8.9 1.32 10.7 1.89 Fertilizer manufacturing 161.8 144.5 55.8 73.2 145 222.0 509 43.2 3.4 1.37 3.1 2.21 Veterinary services 68.7 44.2 1.3 25.8 1,105 93.1 1,326 39.7 2.5 1.35 19.3 2.66 Landscape services 65.0 24.5 10.1 50.6 1,064 77.3 1,183 44.9 2.3 1.19 18.2 1.28 Pest control services 19.9 7.5 3.1 15.5 326 23.7 362 13.7 0.7 1.19 18.2 1.28 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.4 0.0 1.4 1.8 1 0.4 1 0.0 0.0 1.00 2.8 0.22 Mining 29.9 25.2 84.5 89.2 64 41.0 162 24.0 1.1 1.37 5.4 0.33 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 12.7 12.4 8.4 8.7 34 18.8 88 11.4 0.6 1.49 7.0 1.46 Drilling oil and gas wells 8.8 5.7 6.3 9.4 15 10.5 30 6.0 0.2 1.20 3.4 0.93 Mining and quarrying stone 7.3 7.0 11.0 11.3 13 10.5 42 6.3 0.3 1.43 5.7 0.65 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.1 0.0 58.8 59.9 3 1.1 3 0.3 0.0 1.02 2.3 0.02 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 844.6 722.0 295.2 417.7 1,584 1,198.0 4,807 437.5 20.6 1.42 5.7 2.02 Fruit and veg etable canning pickling drying 738.3 667.1 90.7 162.0 1,244 1,066.2 4,246 387.9 18.1 1.44 5.8 4.56 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 52.1 22.3 3.0 32.8 276 65.3 392 28.8 1.1 1.25 7.5 1.59 Snack food manufacturing 32.3 32.3 29.1 29.1 46 44.5 149 15.0 0.7 1.38 4.6 1.11 Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing 11.5 0.2 31.4 42.7 6 11.6 6 3.1 0.0 1.01 0.5 0.27 Tobacco product manufacturing 9.0 0.1 50.0 58.9 9 9.0 9 2.3 0.7 1.00 1.0 0.15 Animal (excep t poultry) slaughtering 0.8 0.1 88.7 89.5 2 0.9 3 0.1 0.0 1.07 3.2 0.01 Tortilla manufacturing 0.5 0.0 2.2 2.7 2 0.5 2 0.2 0.0 1.00 4.8 0.18 Forest Products Manufacturing 103.0 78.3 108.1 132.8 401 137.2 690 47.9 3.0 1.33 6.7 0.78 Paperboard container manufacturing 42.7 42.7 48.0 48.0 120 60.6 269 19.9 1.6 1.42 6.3 0.89 All other converted paper product 23.2 21.5 2.9 4.6 78 33.2 164 12.2 0.8 1.43 7.1 5.03 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 14.3 9.0 1.6 6.9 47 18.0 77 6.1 0.4 1.26 5.4 2.07 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 10.7 4.7 3.4 9.4 84 13.1 105 5.7 0.2 1.23 9.9 1.13 Wood windows and doors and millwork 10.5 0.2 17.5 27.7 66 10.6 67 3.4 0.1 1.01 6.4 0.38 Sawmills and wood preservation 1.0 0.1 30.4 31.3 4 1.0 4 0.3 0.0 1.02 4.3 0.03 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.6 0.1 4.3 4.8 3 0.6 3 0.3 0.0 1.04 5.5 0.13 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 972.7 134.0 105.7 944.4 14,621 1,045.6 15,281 598.4 93.4 1.08 15.7 1.03 Food services and drinking places 576.9 72.6 56.1 560.4 9,858 615.8 10,205 323.0 34.1 1.07 17.7 1.03 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 228.8 46.0 11.6 194.4 3,695 254.7 3,931 162.3 35.5 1.11 17.2 1.18 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 146.8 15.5 36.0 167.3 813 155.0 889 100.1 20.9 1.06 6.1 0.88 Retail lawn and garden centers 20.1 0.0 2.1 22.3 256 20.1 256 13.0 3.0 1.00 12.7 0.90 Nature based Recreation 106.1 76.0 7.2 37.3 816 149.3 1,229 68.3 7.1 1.41 11.6 2.85 Golf courses 77.8 55.0 5.8 28.7 584 110.3 891 50.9 5.2 1.42 11.4 2.71 Recreational fishing 16.2 11.5 1.2 6.0 122 23.0 186 10.6 1.1 1.42 11.4 2.71 Commercial hunting and trapping 12.0 9.5 0.1 2.6 110 16.0 152 6.8 0.9 1.33 12.6 4.57 Total 2,908.2 1,633.8 759.7 2,034.1 29,875 3,718.6 39,287 1,741.2 153.0 1.28 13.5 1.43

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154 18 90 96 153 207 212 258 295 403 536 617 647 688 756 853 977 1,022 0 500 1,000 1,500 Education Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Transportation Information and Communications Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Professional and Technical Services Construction Manufacturing Retail Trade Households Health Care Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 334 795 2,027 2,127 2,694 3,333 3,788 5,186 5,632 7,637 9,773 9,861 12,443 12,516 14,498 17,632 21,480 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 Utilities Education Households Information and Communications Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Transportation Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Manufacturing Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Health Care Construction Retail Trade Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 24 26 51 109 148 254 431 0 200 400 600 Nature-based Recreation Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 236 512 728 1,338 2,819 6,647 12,416 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Marion County Marion County is located in the Orlando economic region of n orth c entral Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 328,547. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 7.83 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 15.90 billion and employment was 131,755 full time a nd part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Manufacturing, Agriculture and Rel ated, Construction Real Estate and Financial Services, and Health Care as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 10.0 9 b illion and exports of $ 4.33 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 21.65 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (21,480 jobs), Government ( 17,632 jobs), and Retail Trade (14,498 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 1. 02 billion), Health Care ($976.6 million), and Agriculture and R elated ($ 835.5 m illion) The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the coun ty was 1.12 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 1.25 ) Information and Communications (1.24), and Manufacturing (1.20). The average employment multiplier was 9.3 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (18.7), Social Services and Organizations ( 16.9 ), and Retail Trade ( 16.4). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.73 with Soc ial Services and Organizations having the highest ratio ( 1.21 ) In Marion County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 1.92 b illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 818.1 million and total imports were $ 598.2 million The apparent consumption of A gricultu re and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.70 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 2.2 8 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 24,696 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 1.04 b illion including $ 119.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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155 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 752.2 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 457.5 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 322.3 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 12,416 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 6,647 jobs) ; and Agricultural I nputs and Services ( 2,819 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 431.5 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($254.2 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 148.1 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 80 percent of output, compared to 43 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 27 percent for all industries (Table A) Product ion agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .37 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.18) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.12 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 20.6 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries (12.8 ) and higher than all industries ( 9. 3 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ( $ 431.8 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 181.8 million), and Tobacco product manufacturing ($ 158.4 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (8,090 jobs), Support activities for agriculture and f orestry (3,160 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 3,123 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 214.6 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 124.0 million), and Support activities for agriculture and f orestry ($ 77.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.18, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest (1.37) The average employment multiplier was 12.8, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 20.6 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.13 with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ratio ( 1.80 ) T he following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Marion County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Manufacturing 3,358.0 1,951.0 4,833.0 6,240.0 7,637 617.1 1.20 3.9 0.54 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,922.8 818.1 1,212.9 2,317.6 21,480 853.5 1.18 12.8 0.83 Construction 1,500.3 98.5 0.0 1,401.8 12,516 535.5 1.04 8.7 1.07 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,485.6 246.9 964.8 2,203.5 9,773 976.6 1.09 7.5 0.67 Health Care 1,155.1 231.7 387.8 1,311.2 12,443 756.4 1.12 11.9 0.88 Government 1,113.7 13.4 45.7 1,146.1 17,632 1,022.2 1.01 15.9 0.97 Households 989.1 0.0 1.6 990.7 2,027 687.6 1.00 2.0 1.00 Retail Trade 942.7 187.7 158.8 913.9 14,498 646.8 1.11 16.4 1.03 Professional and Technical Services 733.2 30.7 871.6 1,574.1 9,861 403.0 1.02 13.7 0.47 Information and Communications 650.8 271.1 462.3 842.0 2,127 212.0 1.24 5.1 0.77 Consumer Services 467.8 107.9 104.0 463.9 5,632 257.5 1.11 13.1 1.01 Wholesale Trade 465.6 49.0 217.6 634.1 3,333 295.0 1.05 7.7 0.73 Transportation 393.6 147.1 250.8 497.2 3,788 207.4 1.19 11.7 0.79 Social Services & Organizations 352.1 147.7 87.4 291.9 5,186 153.3 1.25 16.9 1.21 Travel and Entertainment Services 195.2 31.3 147.6 311.5 2,694 96.5 1.10 14.8 0.63 Utilities 130.9 0.5 231.1 361.5 334 90.4 1.00 2.6 0.36 Education 42.6 0.1 108.8 151.2 795 18.3 1.00 18.7 0.28 Total 15,899.0 4,332.5 10,085.7 21,652.2 131,755 7,829.1 1.12 9.3 0.73

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156 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Marion County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 322.3 258.9 115.5 178.8 5,257 442.6 6,647 254.2 12.9 1.37 20.6 1.80 Vegetable and melon farming 89.4 74.5 7.5 22.4 289 112.5 623 73.9 2.4 1.26 7.0 3.99 Animal production except cattle and poultry 79.0 69.5 1.3 10.8 1,433 102.0 1,721 55.6 3.6 1.29 21.8 7.30 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 68.9 58.6 1.3 11.7 2,734 113.6 3,160 77.7 3.8 1.65 45.8 5.90 Commercial logging 21.1 15.2 0.1 5.9 103 31.3 189 10.9 0.6 1.48 8.9 3.56 All other crop farming 12.5 3.0 20.8 30.4 62 13.9 80 5.5 0.6 1.11 6.4 0.41 Poultry and egg production 12.3 6.9 5.0 10.4 17 14.3 34 3.2 0.2 1.17 2.8 1.18 Cattle ranching and farming 12.0 9.5 1.2 3.8 86 17.4 134 4.5 0.5 1.45 11.1 3.17 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 10.0 7.6 11.1 13.5 58 12.4 84 9.9 0.3 1.25 8.5 0.74 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 7.4 7.0 0.0 0.4 406 10.6 454 5.2 0.5 1.44 61.6 17.43 Fruit farming 5.3 3.0 11.3 13.6 55 6.7 76 4.2 0.2 1.27 14.5 0.39 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 3.6 3.6 7.9 7.9 8 6.8 81 2.9 0.2 1.89 22.5 0.46 Grain farming 0.6 0.5 8.8 8.8 7 0.7 9 0.4 0.0 1.25 15.1 0.06 Dairy cattle and milk production 0.1 0.0 36.9 37.1 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.00 7.4 0.00 Tree nut farming 0.1 0.1 2.2 2.2 1 0.1 2 0.1 0.0 1.39 16.3 0.05 Agricultural Inputs & Services 168.5 102.4 34.2 100.2 2,349 218.5 2,819 109.1 6.3 1.30 16.7 1.68 Veterinary services 79.4 56.4 1.2 24.2 933 109.9 1,221 58.4 3.6 1.38 15.4 3.28 Landscape services 55.2 23.6 7.9 39.5 1,073 66.5 1,184 35.7 1.8 1.20 21.5 1.40 Fertilizer manufacturing 17.0 15.2 22.7 24.4 15 21.8 52 4.1 0.3 1.29 3.0 0.69 Pest control services 16.9 7.2 2.4 12.1 328 20.4 363 10.9 0.6 1.20 21.5 1.40 Mining 37.0 26.8 64.3 74.4 144 47.6 236 26.0 1.2 1.29 6.4 0.50 Drilling oil and gas wells 12.5 4.6 5.5 13.4 26 13.8 36 7.9 0.2 1.10 2.9 0.94 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 9.6 9.4 7.3 7.5 49 13.7 85 7.7 0.4 1.43 8.8 1.28 Mining and quarrying stone 9.0 8.7 11.2 11.5 54 12.6 85 7.6 0.4 1.39 9.4 0.78 Support activities for other mining 2.6 2.6 1.9 1.9 6 3.7 15 1.4 0.1 1.39 5.8 1.37 Support activities for oil and gas operations 1.6 1.4 1.4 1.6 6 2.3 11 1.0 0.1 1.40 7.1 1.01 Extraction of oil and natural gas 1.6 0.0 37.0 38.5 4 1.6 4 0.3 0.0 1.01 2.4 0.04 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 457.5 284.7 137.1 309.9 641 566.4 1,338 148.1 24.5 1.24 2.9 1.48 Tobacco product manufacturing 158.4 81.8 0.9 77.4 95 183.5 207 73.6 20.3 1.16 1.3 2.05 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 146.3 101.1 2.5 47.7 310 196.6 659 41.6 2.4 1.34 4.5 3.07 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 90.7 48.0 7.5 50.2 131 109.6 255 18.7 0.9 1.21 2.8 1.81 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 38.8 38.1 63.8 64.5 60 49.7 144 9.4 0.7 1.28 3.7 0.60 Other animal food manufacturing 14.3 13.8 16.4 16.8 15 17.1 38 2.7 0.2 1.19 2.7 0.85 All other food manufacturing 5.2 0.9 6.1 10.4 17 5.7 21 1.3 0.0 1.09 4.1 0.50 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 2.4 0.0 3.2 5.6 5 2.4 5 0.3 0.0 1.00 2.1 0.44 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 1.1 1.0 7.1 7.2 3 1.4 6 0.4 0.0 1.32 5.8 0.15 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.4 0.0 29.8 30.2 3 0.4 3 0.1 0.0 1.01 7.8 0.01 Forest Products Manufacturing 139.4 78.1 125.9 187.3 509 165.3 728 51.1 2.2 1.19 5.2 0.74 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 77.1 42.8 14.0 48.3 101 88.1 188 23.7 0.9 1.14 2.4 1.60 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 25.6 18.9 3.2 9.9 227 34.3 305 13.6 0.6 1.34 11.9 2.58 Wood windows and doors and millwork 14.7 0.3 13.5 27.9 86 14.8 88 5.4 0.1 1.01 6.0 0.53 Paperboard container manufacturing 9.8 9.8 39.5 39.5 30 13.3 60 3.6 0.3 1.36 6.1 0.25 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 5.1 0.6 1.7 6.3 38 5.4 40 2.3 0.0 1.05 7.8 0.81 Stationery product manufacturing 3.3 3.1 6.7 6.9 12 4.5 22 1.2 0.1 1.38 6.7 0.48 All other converted paper product 2.7 2.6 3.8 3.9 11 3.7 19 1.0 0.1 1.39 7.1 0.70 Sawmills and wood preservation 0.6 0.0 39.7 40.3 3 0.7 3 0.1 0.0 1.07 4.9 0.02 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.4 0.0 3.9 4.3 3 0.4 3 0.2 0.0 1.05 7.0 0.09 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 752.2 44.9 112.7 820.0 12,187 776.6 12,416 431.5 70.0 1.03 16.5 0.92 Food services and drinking places 431.8 5.9 47.3 473.3 8,064 434.9 8,090 214.6 22.7 1.01 18.7 0.91 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 181.8 23.2 10.0 168.6 3,001 194.9 3,123 124.0 27.8 1.07 17.2 1.08 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 116.4 12.3 54.4 158.5 833 122.7 894 77.4 16.2 1.05 7.7 0.73 Retail lawn and garden centers 22.2 3.6 1.0 19.5 289 24.2 308 15.4 3.4 1.09 13.9 1.13 Nature based Recreation 46.0 22.2 8.5 32.3 392 58.5 512 23.6 2.4 1.27 11.1 1.42 Golf courses 37.9 18.2 5.1 24.7 324 48.3 422 19.5 2.0 1.27 11.1 1.53 Recreational fishing 7.9 3.8 1.1 5.2 67 10.1 88 4.1 0.4 1.27 11.1 1.53 Commercial hunting and trapping 0.1 0.1 2.4 2.4 1 0.2 1 0.1 0.0 1.34 10.9 0.06 Total 1,922.8 818.1 598.2 1,702.9 21,480 2,275.5 24,696 1,043.6 119.6 1.18 12.8 1.13

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157 6 72 81 114 115 145 175 237 247 356 415 437 528 610 629 632 716 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 Education Social Services & Organizations Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Utilities Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Manufacturing Construction Government Retail Trade Health Care Professional and Technical Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Households Real Estate and Financial Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 477 517 1,156 1,464 1,497 2,003 2,631 2,863 2,904 2,985 6,167 7,471 7,975 8,816 9,333 9,860 14,217 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Wholesale Trade Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Manufacturing Households Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Government Construction Real Estate and Financial Services Health Care Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (jobs) All Industries 1 10 57 83 99 185 329 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 17 130 692 1,454 2,393 3,733 8,074 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 Mining Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Martin County Martin County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdale economic region on the Atlantic coast o f southeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 139,794. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 5.51 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 9.83 billion and employment was 82,334 full time and p art time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical Services, Manufacturing, and Construction as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 5.68 b illion and exports of $ 2.4 3 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 13.0 9 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated ( 14,217 jobs), Professiona l and Technical Services ( 9,860 jobs), and Real Estate and Financial Services ( 7,975 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 715.8 m illion), Households ($ 632.2 m illion), and Agriculture and R elated ($ 628.5 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.13 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.40 ) Social Services and Organizations ( 1. 21 ), and Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.20 ). The average employment multiplier was 9.4 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (24.7), Social Services and Organizations ( 20.8 ), and Retail Trade ( 15.0) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.75 with Construction having the highest ratio ( 1.15 ) In Martin County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was 1.21 billion Total exports of this industry group we re $ 527.5 million and total imports were $ 329.2 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 1.01 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.43 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 16,494 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 764.5 million including $ 79.5 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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158 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated I ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 562.7 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 223.7 million) ; and Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 145.3 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 8,074 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 3,733 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 2,393 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 328.6 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 185.3 million) ; and Nature based Recreation ($ 99.2 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 8 3 percent of output, compared to 44 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 25 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 .29 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.18) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.1 3 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 16.7 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.6 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.4 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 338.4 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($117.3 million), and Fruit farming ($ 115.1 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (5,654 jobs), Support activities for agriculture and f orestry (1,920 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,808 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 178.5 million), Fruit farmin g ($ 95.3 million), and Golf courses ($ 77.3 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.18, with Nature based Recreation having the highest ( 1.44 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.6, with Agricultural Inputs and services having the highest ( 19.7 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.20, with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 5.13 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Martin County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,212.4 527.5 874.2 1,559.1 14,217 628.5 1.18 13.6 0.78 Real Estate and Financial Services 1,125.3 326.3 809.6 1,608.6 7,975 715.8 1.16 8.5 0.70 Professional and Technical Services 1,067.2 342.1 366.6 1,091.6 9,860 609.8 1.16 10.7 0.98 Manufacturing 950.7 683.0 1,942.3 2,210.1 2,631 246.5 1.40 5.3 0.43 Construction 936.4 126.8 6.7 816.3 7,471 356.1 1.07 8.6 1.15 Households 902.9 13.2 0.0 889.7 2,863 632.2 1.01 3.2 1.01 Health Care 830.9 24.8 281.8 1,087.9 8,816 527.9 1.01 10.7 0.76 Retail Trade 635.1 44.8 182.2 772.6 9,333 437.3 1.04 15.0 0.82 Government 455.3 1.8 54.8 508.3 6,167 415.5 1.00 13.6 0.90 Wholesale Trade 358.1 37.7 64.2 384.5 1,464 237.2 1.05 4.5 0.93 Consumer Services 302.3 70.4 147.9 379.8 2,985 174.6 1.09 10.7 0.80 Information and Communications 299.7 59.3 306.1 546.4 1,156 115.5 1.10 4.7 0.55 Travel and Entertainment Services 220.3 83.4 118.6 255.4 2,003 113.6 1.20 10.8 0.86 Utilities 217.6 21.8 65.2 260.9 477 144.8 1.02 2.3 0.83 Social Services & Organizations 153.0 38.7 127.8 242.2 2,904 71.6 1.21 20.8 0.63 Transportation 138.7 23.2 208.5 324.0 1,497 80.7 1.07 11.5 0.43 Education 21.0 0.0 127.7 148.6 517 6.2 1.00 24.7 0.14 Total 9,826.9 2,425.0 5,684.0 13,085.9 82,334 5,513.8 1.13 9.4 0.75

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159 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Martin County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 223.7 185.9 41.5 79.3 2,693 288.4 3,733 185.3 7.8 1.29 16.7 2.82 Fruit farming 115.1 106.2 5.6 14.5 681 149.7 1,344 95.3 4.7 1.30 11.7 7.95 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 38.8 32.1 5.4 12.0 129 44.1 189 36.3 0.7 1.14 4.9 3.23 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 37.9 23.5 1.5 15.8 1,792 52.8 1,920 35.6 1.5 1.39 50.7 2.39 Vegetable and melon farming 11.8 7.1 14.6 19.3 22 13.4 51 8.9 0.2 1.14 4.3 0.61 Poultry and egg production 6.7 4.8 4.0 5.9 5 7.7 14 1.7 0.1 1.15 2.1 1.13 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 5.8 5.8 0.4 0.4 13 11.0 146 4.6 0.3 1.89 25.1 15.08 Cattle ranching and farming 5.2 4.6 0.8 1.4 21 6.8 34 1.7 0.2 1.31 6.6 3.64 Dairy cattle and milk production 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 5 1.2 7 0.5 0.0 1.20 6.8 34.43 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.8 0.2 3.7 4.3 9 0.9 9 0.5 0.0 1.04 10.9 0.19 Commercial f ishing 0.6 0.6 5.6 5.6 18 0.7 19 0.2 0.0 1.22 30.5 0.11 Agricultural Inputs & Services 121.5 72.9 8.5 57.2 2,109 153.7 2,393 82.8 4.6 1.26 19.7 2.13 Landscape services 71.6 48.5 5.8 28.8 1,305 92.7 1,492 52.1 2.9 1.29 20.8 2.48 Veterinary services 28.0 9.5 1.0 19.5 404 32.7 444 14.8 0.8 1.16 15.8 1.44 Pest control services 21.9 14.9 1.8 8.8 399 28.4 457 15.9 0.9 1.29 20.8 2.48 Mining 4.4 1.0 48.4 51.8 13 5.0 17 1.4 0.1 1.13 3.8 0.08 Extraction of oil and natural gas 3.3 0.1 47.5 50.7 8 3.3 8 0.7 0.1 1.02 2.5 0.07 Support activities for oil and gas operations 1.1 0.9 1.0 1.1 5 1.6 9 0.7 0.0 1.47 7.9 0.97 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 145.3 131.7 119.5 133.1 346 199.3 692 57.5 4.1 1.37 4.8 1.09 Frozen food manufacturing 49.3 47.2 21.2 23.2 169 68.9 298 19.1 1.4 1.40 6.1 2.12 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling dr ying 39.7 37.0 30.2 32.9 82 53.6 174 13.7 0.9 1.35 4.4 1.21 Flour milling and malt manufacturing 39.5 36.6 4.6 7.5 28 56.7 132 21.3 1.6 1.44 3.4 5.29 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 10.8 10.7 47.6 47.6 17 13.9 37 2.6 0.2 1.29 3.4 0.23 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 6.1 0.2 15.9 21.8 49 6.2 50 0.8 0.0 1.01 8.2 0.28 Forest Products Manufacturing 16.8 8.2 21.6 30.2 100 20.6 130 9.8 0.3 1.22 7.7 0.56 All other miscellaneous wood product 8.0 5.2 1.4 4.2 43 10.3 61 5.0 0.2 1.29 7.7 1.89 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 4.9 1.3 2.3 6.0 43 5.5 47 2.0 0.1 1.11 9.6 0.82 Wood windows and doors and millwork 2.1 0.0 14.4 16.5 13 2.1 13 0.7 0.0 1.01 6.4 0.13 Stationery product manufacturing 1.9 1.8 3.4 3.5 1 2.7 8 2.1 0.1 1.45 4.4 0.53 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 562.7 11.6 84.4 635.6 8,026 568.3 8,074 328.6 52.1 1.01 14.3 0.89 Food services and drinking places 338.4 0.5 41.7 379.6 5,652 338.7 5,654 178.5 18.9 1.00 16.7 0.89 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 117.3 0.0 25.8 143.1 1,808 117.3 1,808 76.0 17.6 1.00 15.4 0.82 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 89.5 9.4 16.0 96.1 366 94.0 405 62.1 12.9 1.05 4.5 0.93 Retail lawn and garden centers 17.5 1.7 0.8 16.7 199 18.3 207 12.0 2.7 1.05 11.8 1.05 Nature based Recreation 137.9 116.3 5.3 26.9 931 198.7 1,454 99.2 10.5 1.44 10.5 5.13 Golf courses 106.5 90.2 4.2 20.6 721 154.6 1,134 77.3 8.0 1.45 10.6 5.17 Recreational fishing 22.2 18.8 0.9 4.3 150 32.2 236 16.1 1.7 1.45 10.6 5.17 Commercial hunting and trapping 9.2 7.3 0.2 2.0 60 11.9 85 5.8 0.8 1.29 9.2 4.52 Total 1,212.4 527.5 329.2 1,014.0 14,217 1,434.0 16,494 764.5 79.5 1.18 13.6 1.20

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160 997 1,321 1,375 2,878 3,589 3,770 4,627 4,673 5,952 6,534 6,607 6,989 7,575 7,749 13,131 13,720 19,756 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 Education Social Services & Organizations Utilities Travel and Entertainment Services Consumer Services Manufacturing Construction Information and Communications Transportation Retail Trade Households Health Care Wholesale Trade Real Estate and Financial Services Government Professional and Technical Services Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 3,130 21,704 30,250 30,721 40,698 42,910 43,768 51,231 63,430 77,537 97,072 112,604 125,829 153,851 154,850 181,472 210,745 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 Utilities Education Information and Communications Households Manufacturing Travel and Entertainment Services Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Wholesale Trade Transportation Construction Health Care Retail Trade Government Real Estate and Financial Services Professional and Technical Services Employment (Jobs) All Industries 76 127 351 373 740 816 6,962 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 Nature-based Recreation Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 1,047 1,403 4,548 8,953 12,988 13,952 134,272 0 40,000 80,000 120,000 160,000 Mining Nature-based Recreation Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Miami Dade County Miami Dade County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdale economic region on the Atlantic coast of southeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 2,500,625. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 111.24 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 191.5 9 billion and employment was 1,441, 800 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Real Estate and Financial Services, Professional and Technical Services, Agriculture and R elated, Government, and Manufacturing as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 63.02 b illion and exports of $ 64.86 b illion Ap parent consumption of all goods and services was $ 189.76 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Professional and Technical Services ( 210,745 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services ( 181, 472 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 154, 850 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Professional and Technical Services ($19.76 billion), Agriculture and R elated ($ 13.72 billion), and Government ($ 13.13 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.22 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Transportation ( 1.42 ) Wholesale Trade ( 1.38 ), and Manufacturing ( 1.33 ) The average employment multiplier was 9.2 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 18.7 ), Education ( 14.8 ), and Retail Trade ( 14.4) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 1.01 with Tra nsportation having the highest ratio ( 2.21 ) In Miami Dade County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 3 rd among all industry groups in terms of output, 6 th in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 15. 15 b illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 4.97 billion and total imports were $ 8.44 b illion The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 18.63 b illion. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 18.10 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 177,162 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 9. 45 b illion including $ 1.24 b illion in Ind irect Business Taxes (Table B)

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161 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 9.80 b illion) Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 2.62 b illion), and Forest Products Manufacturing ($ 903.4 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 134,272 jobs) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services (13,952 jobs) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 12, 988 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 6.96 b illion) ; Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 816.4 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 739.6 million) Crop Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 73 percent of output, compared to 33 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 4 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a higher output multiplier (1 29 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.19 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.2 2 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 16.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 11.7 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.2 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 5.01 b illion) ; Wholesale trade, f ood and kindred products ($2.91 billion) ; and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 1.71 billion) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 79,418 jobs) ; Re tail s tores f ood and beverage ( 28,539 jobs) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ( 24, 5 31 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 3. 1 0 b illion) ; Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 2.55 billion) ; and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( $ 1.21 b illion). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.19, with Mining having the highest ( 1.50 ). The average employment multiplier was 11.7, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 19.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 0.81 with Food and Kindred Products Distribution having the highest ratio ( 1.26 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Miami Dade County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ men t (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Real Estate and Financial Services 30,028.6 12,980.5 7,698.1 24,746.1 181,472 7,748.6 1.24 7.9 1.21 Professional and Technical Services 22,520.8 8,934.3 5,142.8 18,729.3 210,745 19,756.4 1.31 11.8 1.20 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 15,154.7 4,970.7 9,242.2 19,426.2 154,850 13,719.7 1.19 11.7 0.78 Government 13,817.9 52.4 1,170.4 14,935.8 153,851 13,130.9 1.00 11.2 0.93 Manufacturing 13,780.9 7,644.3 25,675.6 31,812.2 40,698 3,770.3 1.33 5.2 0.43 Transportation 13,055.8 9,251.4 2,111.8 5,916.2 77,537 5,952.4 1.42 9.4 2.21 Construction 12,189.3 1,277.6 0.0 10,911.6 97,072 4,626.7 1.08 8.6 1.12 Information and Communications 11,784.0 4,219.7 4,860.7 12,425.0 30,250 4,673.0 1.28 4.5 0.95 Wholesale Trade 11,658.4 6,560.8 515.9 5,613.5 63,430 7,574.5 1.38 8.4 2.08 Health Care 11,133.4 1,017.5 1,135.0 11,250.9 112,604 6,989.0 1.07 10.7 0.99 Households 9,447.3 112.4 0.0 9,334.9 30,721 6,606.6 1.01 3.3 1.01 Retail Trade 9,447.1 1,998.1 983.2 8,432.1 125,829 6,534.3 1.14 14.4 1.12 Consumer Services 6,558.7 2,410.6 811.6 4,959.8 51,231 3,588.8 1.24 9.7 1.32 Travel and Entertainment Services 4,770.5 2,188.3 833.2 3,415.3 42,910 2,878.1 1.32 11.6 1.40 Social Services & Organizations 2,594.9 599.5 683.8 2,679.2 43,768 1,320.9 1.24 18.7 0.97 Utilities 1,940.5 6.4 1,733.4 3,667.5 3,130 1,375.4 1.00 1.6 0.53 Education 1,711.7 634.4 425.4 1,502.7 21,704 997.3 1.28 14.8 1.14 Total 191,594.5 64,859.0 63,023.0 189,758.4 1,441,800 111,243.0 1.22 9.2 1.01

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162 Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Miami Dade County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consump tion Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 786.7 575.6 939.1 1,150.3 10,868 1,017.4 12,988 739.6 23.0 1.29 16.5 0.68 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 493.7 391.9 47.4 149.2 4,966 633.4 6,201 503.2 13.1 1.28 12.6 3.31 Vegetable and melon farming 157.8 88.0 98.6 168.4 886 181.5 1,160 119.3 3.4 1.15 7.4 0.94 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 67.9 64.4 20.7 24.2 3,718 121.1 4,141 75.7 4.0 1.78 61.0 2.80 Fruit farming 32.4 9.4 113.7 136.7 580 36.2 626 22.8 1.0 1.12 19.3 0.24 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 7.8 7.8 7.7 7.7 16 12.3 104 4.9 0.4 1.58 13.3 1.02 All other crop farming 6.1 4.1 89.3 91.4 52 7.8 70 3.3 0.4 1.28 11.5 0.07 Poultry and egg production 5.5 3.9 63.3 64.9 13 6.6 21 1.6 0.1 1.18 3.8 0.09 Commercial f ishing 5.2 5.1 74.8 74.9 104 7.8 126 3.8 0.2 1.51 24.5 0.07 Animal production except cattle and poultry 5.1 0.2 68.9 73.8 162 5.2 162 2.8 0.2 1.01 31.6 0.07 Sugarcane and sugar beet farming 3.7 0.0 1.6 5.3 352 3.7 352 1.6 0.2 1.00 95.5 0.70 Cattle ranching and farming 0.8 0.5 81.4 81.7 11 1.0 12 0.2 0.0 1.17 13.7 0.01 Grain farming 0.3 0.2 70.0 70.1 6 0.3 6 0.2 0.0 1.15 22.1 0.00 Tree nut farming 0.2 0.2 16.5 16.5 2 0.3 3 0.1 0.0 1.33 14.7 0.01 Dairy cattle and milk production 0.1 0.0 185.3 185.5 2 0.1 2 0.1 0.0 1.00 13.4 0.00 Agricultural Inputs & Services 704.7 52.7 330.8 982.8 13,728 733.3 13,952 351.4 15.0 1.04 19.8 0.72 Landscape services 423.4 28.0 98.8 494.2 9,129 440.3 9,266 219.2 9.3 1.04 21.9 0.86 Veterinary services 131.1 0.1 82.2 213.2 1,781 131.2 1,781 59.4 2.4 1.00 13.6 0.61 Pest control services 129.6 8.6 30.3 151.3 2,795 134.8 2,837 67.1 2.8 1.04 21.9 0.86 Fertilizer manufacturing 15.9 14.7 103.3 104.5 15 21.8 54 4.4 0.4 1.37 3.4 0.15 Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing 4.1 1.2 6.2 9.1 8 4.8 12 1.2 0.0 1.15 2.9 0.45 Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing 0.5 0.0 9.9 10.5 2 0.5 2 0.0 0.0 1.00 2.9 0.05 Mining 146.4 133.2 650.3 663.5 509 219.1 1,047 127.2 6.8 1.50 7.2 0.22 Mining and quarrying stone 108.4 108.4 95.0 95.0 376 168.4 823 102.4 5.4 1.55 7.6 1.14 Extraction of oil and natural gas 11.8 0.3 456.7 468.2 23 12.0 24 3.8 0.4 1.02 2.0 0.03 Drilling oil and gas wells 10.4 9.6 10.2 11.0 33 14.0 58 8.0 0.3 1.34 5.6 0.95 Mining and quarrying sand gravel clay 9.8 9.8 58.2 58.2 57 15.7 99 8.8 0.5 1.60 10.1 0.17 Mining & quarrying other nonmetallic minera l 2.5 1.6 22.3 23.2 8 3.2 14 1.9 0.1 1.30 5.5 0.11 Support activities for oil and gas operations 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.1 8 3.1 17 1.4 0.1 1.70 9.3 0.87 Support activities for other mining 1.7 1.7 5.8 5.8 4 2.8 13 1.1 0.0 1.66 7.5 0.29 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 2,624.9 949.7 4,013.6 5,688.8 5,427 3,152.2 8,953 816.4 89.3 1.20 3.4 0.46 Tobacco product manufacturing 427.6 5.4 76.3 498.5 186 429.5 195 194.3 56.7 1.00 0.5 0.86 Fluid milk and butter manufacturing 423.4 151.3 69.8 341.9 601 499.4 1,057 93.4 4.2 1.18 2.5 1.24 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 298.4 282.7 536.4 552.2 461 458.7 1,352 108.0 7.3 1.54 4.5 0.54 Animal (except poultry) slaughtering 264.4 24.7 493.8 733.5 572 275.8 651 31.8 0.8 1.04 2.5 0.36 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 255.1 25.4 30.4 260.1 1,701 273.4 1,838 79.2 2.2 1.07 7.2 0.98 Cookie cracker and pasta manufacturing 137.3 3.1 44.0 178.1 357 139.0 368 25.7 0.4 1.01 2.7 0.77 Seasoning and dressing manufacturing 96.7 4.2 30.9 123.4 206 99.4 222 13.4 0.3 1.03 2.3 0.78 Flour milling and malt manufacturing 89.4 82.3 79.9 87.0 56 141.8 394 60.6 4.0 1.59 4.4 1.03 Coffee and tea manufacturing 87.7 27.0 18.6 79.2 122 106.0 260 26.5 1.3 1.21 3.0 1.11 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch oc o late 75.8 65.0 95.8 106.5 294 112.3 518 28.3 2.0 1.48 6.8 0.71 Snack food manufacturing 69.3 65.7 230.5 234.2 110 104.0 332 30.8 1.9 1.50 4.8 0.30 All other food manufacturing 58.0 9.8 98.0 146.2 205 64.7 252 13.5 0.4 1.11 4.3 0.40 Fruit and vegetable canning pickling drying 57.1 57.1 328.2 328.2 116 90.8 333 26.9 1.8 1.59 5.8 0.17 Sugarcane mills and refining 46.4 37.5 30.3 39.2 53 71.7 489 24.1 1.7 1.55 10.5 1.18 Other animal food manufacturing 43.2 42.3 45.7 46.6 46 57.3 137 11.3 0.9 1.32 3.2 0.93 Cheese manufacturing 41.6 0.7 153.1 194.1 45 41.9 47 5.1 0.1 1.01 1.1 0.21 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 29.9 0.2 39.0 68.7 60 30.0 61 4.7 0.0 1.00 2.0 0.43 Seafood product preparation and packaging 29.5 0.9 88.1 116.7 82 29.9 85 5.8 0.1 1.02 2.9 0.25 Frozen food manufacturing 18.9 18.7 201.0 201.2 65 30.2 140 9.1 0.7 1.60 7.4 0.09 Dog and cat food manufacturing 17.4 15.9 146.1 147.7 17 23.7 57 6.6 0.4 1.36 3.3 0.12 Breweries 17.2 13.8 396.5 399.8 13 24.3 56 6.3 1.5 1.42 3.2 0.04 Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing 15.5 0.2 98.7 114.0 8 15.5 8 3.9 0.0 1.01 0.5 0.14 Wet corn milling 8.0 6.7 48.0 49.3 4 11.5 28 2.9 0.2 1.44 3.4 0.16 Poultry processing 7.6 0.6 307.4 314.3 33 7.8 35 1.7 0.0 1.04 4.7 0.02 Fats and oils refining and blending 4.8 4.2 65.9 66.5 3 5.6 9 0.5 0.1 1.18 1.8 0.07 Wineries 2.7 2.0 174.8 175.5 6 4.1 16 1.1 0.2 1.55 6.0 0.02 Chocolate & confectionery m fg fro m c acao beans 1.2 1.2 25.0 25.0 2 1.9 6 0.5 0.0 1.54 5.3 0.05 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 1.1 1.1 61.2 61.2 4 1.8 8 0.6 0.0 1.56 6.8 0.02 Forest Products Manufacturing 903.4 560.7 1,684.7 2,027.5 2,684 1,171.0 4,548 372.8 21.6 1.30 5.0 0.45 Sanitary paper product manufacturing 341.0 190.3 132.0 282.8 436 409.6 900 121.9 5.3 1.20 2.6 1.21 Paperboard container manufacturing 211.9 211.4 257.1 257.5 610 323.5 1,411 108.4 9.0 1.53 6.7 0.82 Wood windows and doors and millwork 105.4 2.1 146.8 250.1 695 106.7 705 31.6 0.5 1.01 6.7 0.42 Paperboard m ills 74.1 69.3 111.3 116.2 102 112.6 362 37.2 3.1 1.52 4.9 0.64 Coated and laminated paper & packaging paper 38.9 37.0 122.1 124.1 91 57.9 215 18.7 1.2 1.49 5.5 0.31 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 34.3 1.0 44.2 77.5 325 35.0 330 10.4 0.2 1.02 9.6 0.44 All other converted paper product 20.0 18.6 28.5 29.8 76 30.6 154 9.8 0.7 1.53 7.7 0.67 Reconstituted wood product manufacturing 17.7 1.3 31.0 47.4 74 18.2 78 5.0 0.1 1.03 4.4 0.37 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 17.1 0.5 40.9 57.5 160 17.4 162 5.3 0.1 1.02 9.5 0.30 Paper mills 14.5 14.5 424.7 424.7 14 22.3 68 10.7 0.7 1.53 4.7 0.03 Stationery product manufacturing 13.1 13.1 59.4 59.4 33 21.1 92 9.7 0.6 1.61 7.0 0.22 All other paper bag and coated & treated pa per 6.7 0.9 36.5 42.3 24 7.2 27 1.7 0.1 1.07 4.0 0.16 Sawmills and wood preservation 5.8 0.4 211.7 217.1 26 6.0 27 1.2 0.0 1.03 4.7 0.03 All other miscellaneous wood product 2.8 0.3 38.5 41.1 18 3.0 19 1.2 0.0 1.06 6.8 0.07 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 9,802.6 2,697.5 705.5 7,810.7 120,234 11,619.2 134,272 6,961.7 1,080.6 1.19 13.7 1.26 Food services and drinking places 5,010.9 808.3 468.6 4,671.2 75,431 5,550.6 79,418 3,095.9 325.0 1.11 15.8 1.07 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 2,914.6 1,640.2 129.0 1,403.4 15,857 4,015.2 24,531 2,548.1 465.3 1.38 8.4 2.08 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 1,713.4 248.9 92.8 1,557.3 27,163 1,889.7 28,539 1,209.7 265.5 1.10 16.7 1.10 Retail lawn and garden centers 163.7 0.0 15.2 178.8 1,783 163.7 1,783 107.9 24.9 1.00 10.9 0.92 Nature based Recreation 185.9 1.2 120.1 304.7 1,399 186.4 1,403 76.2 8.0 1.00 7.5 0.61 Golf courses 152.8 0.0 80.8 233.6 1,154 152.8 1,154 62.3 6.5 1.00 7.6 0.65 Recreational fishing 31.8 0.0 16.8 48.7 240 31.8 240 13.0 1.4 1.00 7.6 0.65 Commercial hunting and trapping 1.2 1.2 22.5 22.5 5 1.8 9 1.0 0.1 1.40 7.2 0.06 Total 15,154.7 4,970.7 8,444.3 18,628.3 154,850 18,098.6 177,162 9,445.4 1,244.3 1.19 11.7 0.81

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163 15 16 44 47 53 56 56 93 134 183 268 271 343 381 480 589 768 0 500 1,000 Manufacturing Education Social Services & Organizations Utilities Transportation Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Consumer Services Health Care Construction Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Households Travel and Entertainment Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 191 206 463 490 492 960 1,088 1,552 1,935 2,352 4,068 4,159 4,934 5,306 6,304 7,963 10,981 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 Utilities Manufacturing Wholesale Trade Information and Communications Education Households Transportation Social Services & Organizations Consumer Services Health Care Construction Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Retail Trade Travel and Entertainment Services Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 1 6 8 21 31 38 486 0 200 400 600 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Agricultural Inputs & Services Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 7 83 98 475 694 1,796 9,382 0 5,000 10,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Monroe County Monroe County is located in the Miami Ft. Lauderdal e economic region in southeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 73,165. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 3.80 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 6 14 billion and employment was 53 ,443 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Agriculture and R elated, Real Estate and Financial Services, Travel and Entertainment Services and Construction as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 4.01 b illion and exports of $ 1.94 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods an d services was $ 8.22 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (10,981 jobs), Government ( 7,963 jobs), and Travel and Entertainment Services (6,304 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 767.8 m illion), Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 588.9 million), and Agriculture and R elated ($480.1 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.12 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.34 ) Utilities (1.24), and Manufacturing (1.22) The average employment multiplier was 9.7 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for S ocial Services and Organizations ( 18.6 ), Education ( 17.0 ), and Retail Trade ( 14.4) The a verage output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.75 with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest ratio ( 3.88 ) In Monroe County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 2 nd among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 906.3 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 517.1 million and total imports were $ 187.6 million A pparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 576.8 million. Total output impacts o f these industries were $ 1.09 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 12,536 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 590.8 million including $ 70.6 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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164 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 660.5 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 97.9 million) ; and Nature based Recreation ($ 48.1 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 9,382 jobs) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production (1,796 jobs) ; and Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 694 jobs ). Groups with the highest value added impa cts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 486.4 million) ; Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($38.4 million) ; and Nature based Recreation ($ 31 1 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 95 percent of output, compared to 57 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 3 2 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had the same output multiplier (1 .20 ) as for all Agriculture, Natural Res ources, and R elated i ndustries (1.20 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1.12 ) Production agriculture had a higher employment multiplier ( 18.3 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 13.8 ) and higher than a ll industries ( 9.7 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 521.6 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($108.1 million), and Commercial fishing ($ 46.6 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (7,58 7 jobs), Retail Stores F ood and beverage (1,562 jobs), and Commercial fishing ( 1,390 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts included Food servic es and drinking places ($ 385.7 million), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($ 80.0 million), and Golf courses ($ 25.7 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.20, with Nature based Recreation having the highest ( 1.35 ). The average employment multiplier was 13.8, with Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production having the highest ( 18.3 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.57 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 3.43 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Monroe County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 945.8 24.3 38.4 959.9 7,963 767.8 1.01 8.5 0.99 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 906.3 517.1 574.5 963.8 10,981 480.1 1.20 13.8 0.94 Real Estate and Financial Services 831.4 416.9 488.1 902.6 4,934 588.9 1.15 7.1 0.92 Travel and Entertainment Services 656.1 524.3 37.1 169.0 6,304 381.0 1.34 12.5 3.88 Construction 497.9 0.0 36.5 534.4 4,068 183.2 1.00 8.2 0.93 Households 492.5 2.7 0.0 489.8 960 343.4 1.00 2.0 1.01 Professional and Technical Services 468.8 105.6 419.8 783.0 4,159 271.4 1.10 9.7 0.60 Retail Trade 387.5 86.0 125.1 426.6 5,306 268.0 1.09 14.4 0.91 Health Care 223.6 0.0 370.3 593.8 2,352 134.4 1.00 10.5 0.38 Consumer Services 172.2 42.9 98.7 228.0 1,935 92.9 1.08 11.9 0.76 Information and Communications 129.6 16.5 197.7 310.7 490 56.2 1.04 4.1 0.42 Transportation 100.7 49.2 130.6 182.0 1,088 52.5 1.19 12.5 0.55 Social Services & Organizations 90.9 24.6 69.4 135.7 1,552 44.4 1.20 18.6 0.67 Wholesale Trade 86.4 9.1 124.5 201.7 463 56.2 1.04 5.7 0.43 Utilities 62.6 60.3 28.8 31.0 191 47.4 1.24 4.9 2.02 Manufacturing 60.6 45.5 1,207.6 1,222.8 206 14.7 1.22 4.9 0.05 Education 31.4 11.0 67.4 87.8 492 15.9 1.17 17.0 0.36 T otal 6,144.5 1,936.2 4,014.4 8,222.7 53,443 3,798.3 1.12 9.7 0.75

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165 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Monroe County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 97.9 92.9 30.4 35.4 1,545 117.5 1,796 38.4 2.6 1.20 18.3 2.76 Commercial f ishing 46.4 45.5 4.7 5.6 1,321 54.6 1,390 15.6 0.9 1.18 29.9 8.28 Forestry, forest products and timber tract 43.6 43.6 0.6 0.6 98 54.9 280 16.6 1.5 1.26 6.4 67.27 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 3.9 3.3 5.4 6.0 6 4.0 7 3.4 0.0 1.04 1.9 0.65 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 3.3 0.0 17.1 20.4 116 3.3 116 2.5 0.0 1.00 35.4 0.16 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.6 0.5 2.6 2.8 3 0.7 3 0.4 0.0 1.08 5.4 0.23 Agricultural Inputs & Services 38.6 5.1 7.1 40.6 680 40.5 694 20.6 0.9 1.05 18.0 0.95 Landscape services 20.8 3.9 4.2 21.1 395 22.2 407 12.0 0.5 1.07 19.6 0.99 Veterinary services 11.5 0.0 1.6 13.1 163 11.5 163 5.0 0.2 1.00 14.2 0.88 Pest control services 6.4 1.2 1.3 6.5 121 6.8 125 3.7 0.2 1.07 19.6 0.99 Mining 32.8 6.0 29.7 56.4 79 35.5 98 7.7 0.7 1.08 3.0 0.58 Extraction of oil and natural gas 30.6 3.9 29.4 56.1 74 32.5 87 6.6 0.6 1.06 2.8 0.55 Support activities for other mining 2.2 2.2 0.3 0.4 5 3.0 11 1.1 0.0 1.34 5.1 5.98 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 26.8 20.5 44.1 50.4 54 31.2 83 5.7 0.3 1.16 3.1 0.53 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 21.4 20.4 29.7 30.7 33 25.8 62 4.7 0.3 1.20 2.9 0.70 Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing 3.3 0.0 1.6 4.9 7 3.3 7 0.5 0.0 1.00 2.0 0.68 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 2.0 0.1 12.8 14.8 14 2.1 14 0.5 0.0 1.01 7.1 0.14 Forest Products Manufacturing 1.6 0.1 14.5 16.0 7 1.6 7 0.9 0.0 1.01 4.7 0.10 Wood windows and doors and millwork 0.7 0.0 9.5 10.2 3 0.7 3 0.4 0.0 1.01 4.3 0.07 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.4 0.0 1.9 2.3 2 0.5 2 0.3 0.0 1.03 4.1 0.19 Engineered wood member and truss mfg 0.4 0.0 3.0 3.5 3 0.4 3 0.3 0.0 1.01 6.0 0.13 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 660.5 355.5 58.9 364.0 8,279 799.2 9,382 486.4 62.9 1.21 14.2 1.81 Food services and drinking places 521.6 320.3 22.6 223.9 6,604 645.6 7,587 385.7 41.0 1.24 14.5 2.33 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 108.1 32.4 4.8 80.5 1,451 121.8 1,562 80.0 17.5 1.13 14.4 1.34 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 21.6 2.3 31.1 50.4 116 22.5 123 14.6 3.1 1.04 5.7 0.43 Retail lawn and garden centers 9.2 0.5 0.5 9.2 109 9.4 110 6.2 1.4 1.02 12.0 1.01 Nature based Recreation 48.1 36.9 2.8 14.0 337 65.0 475 31.1 3.2 1.35 9.9 3.43 Golf courses 39.8 30.6 2.3 11.6 279 53.8 393 25.7 2.6 1.35 9.9 3.43 Recreational fishing 8.3 6.4 0.5 2.4 58 11.2 82 5.4 0.6 1.35 9.9 3.43 Total 906.3 517.1 187.6 576.8 10,981 1,090.4 12,536 590.8 70.6 1.20 13.8 1.57

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166 3 14 25 37 43 45 48 54 68 102 116 121 140 194 216 226 322 0 100 200 300 400 Education Information and Communications Utilities Social Services & Organizations Wholesale Trade Transportation Health Care Consumer Services Construction Retail Trade Manufacturing Professional and Technical Services Travel and Entertainment Services Real Estate and Financial Services Households Government Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 78 106 165 346 482 654 956 1,158 1,236 1,343 1,747 1,933 2,167 2,340 2,598 3,577 5,577 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 Utilities Education Households Health Care Transportation Construction Travel and Entertainment Services Retail Trade Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Employment (Jobs) All Industries 0 2 10 17 81 118 202 0 100 200 300 Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Food & Kindred Products Distribution Forest Products Manufacturing Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 1 75 199 565 1,249 1,979 3,252 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Agricultural Inputs & Services Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Forest Products Manufacturing Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Nassau County Nassau County is located in the Jacksonville economic region on the Atlantic coast of northeast Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 70,576. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 1.77 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 3.8 7 6 billion and employment was 26,462 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Agriculture and R elated, Manufacturing, Households, Real Estate and Financial Services, and Government as shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 3.04 b illion and exports of $ 1.60 b illion Apparent consumption of all goods and services was $ 5.30 billion in 2008 Industry gro ups with the highest employment were Agriculture and R elated (5,577 jobs), Government ( 5 ,577 jobs), and Retail Trade ( 2,598 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Agriculture and R elated ($321.7 million), Government ($ 225.7 m illion) and Households ($ 216.4 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.14 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Agriculture and R elated (1.24) Social Services and Organizations (1.24) and Travel and Entertainment Services ( 1.23 ) The average employment multiplier was 7.9 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Education (19.9), Retail Trade (17.1), and Social Services and Organizations ( 15.9) The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.73 with Travel and Entertainment Services having the highest ratio ( 2.48 ) In Nassau County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 1 st among all industry groups in terms of output, 2 nd in exports and 1 st in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 918.5 million Total exports of this industry group were $ 577.3 million and total imports were $ 164.5 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 505.7 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.14 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 7,320 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 430.3 million including $ 37.7 million in Indirect Business Taxes (Table B)

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167 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Forest Products Manufacturing ($485.9 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 203.3 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 166.9 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribu tion ( 3,252 jobs) ; Forest Products Manufacturing ( 1,979 jobs) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ( 1,249 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Forest Products Manufacturing ($202.0 million) ; Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 118.2 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($80.7 million). Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 47 percent of output, compared to 63 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 4 1 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture had a lower output multiplier (1 .19 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.24 ) and higher than al l industries in th e county (1.14 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 7.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 8.0 ) and lower than all industries ( 7.9 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated ind ustry group with the highest output were Paper board mills ($ 453.6 million), Food services and drinking places ($ 140.9 million), and Commercial logging ($ 83.3 million) Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and drinking places ( 2,436 jobs), Paperboard mills (1,768 jobs), and Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 6 52 jobs). Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Paperboard mills ($188.3 million), Food services and drinking places ($77.6 million), and Commercial logging ($29. 7 million) The average imputed output multiplier for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.24, with Forest Products Manufacturing having the highest ( 1.36 ). The average employment multiplier was 8.0, with Agricultural Inputs and Services havi ng the highest ( 18.1 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.82 with Nature based Recreation having the highest ratio ( 2.01 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esources, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Nassau County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 918.5 577.3 435.4 776.6 5,577 321.7 1.24 8.0 1.18 Manufacturing 787.0 594.7 976.6 1,168.8 654 115.7 1.20 1.9 0.67 Households 311.8 0.0 1.3 313.1 482 216.4 1.00 1.5 1.00 Real Estate and Financial Services 274.3 65.7 319.2 527.8 2,340 193.5 1.07 9.1 0.52 Government 248.8 6.8 14.8 256.9 3,577 225.7 1.01 14.5 0.97 Travel and Entertainment Services 240.5 169.6 26.3 97.1 2,167 139.7 1.23 11.2 2.48 Professional and Technical Services 226.1 70.5 236.4 391.9 1,933 120.7 1.12 9.7 0.58 Construction 201.6 0.6 33.2 234.2 1,747 67.6 1.00 8.7 0.86 Retail Trade 152.4 4.9 120.8 268.2 2,598 101.9 1.01 17.1 0.57 Social Services & Organizations 98.1 49.8 37.0 85.3 1,343 37.1 1.24 15.9 1.15 Consumer Services 96.6 12.7 57.8 141.7 1,158 54.5 1.04 12.4 0.68 Transportation 96.2 38.0 80.2 138.4 1,236 44.7 1.13 14.3 0.70 Health Care 71.9 0.0 305.0 376.9 956 48.2 1.00 13.3 0.19 Wholesale Trade 65.9 6.9 107.7 166.6 346 42.9 1.03 5.6 0.40 Information and Communications 34.2 4.5 116.0 145.7 106 13.7 1.04 3.5 0.23 Utilities 33.8 0.1 133.1 166.7 78 25.0 1.00 2.3 0.20 Education 8.3 0.0 39.6 47.8 165 3.4 1.00 19.9 0.17 Total 3,865.8 1,602.3 3,040.3 5,303.8 26,462 1,772.5 1.14 7.9 0.73

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168 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Nassau County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 166.9 78.4 48.4 136.9 904 198.3 1,249 80.7 4.0 1.19 7.5 1.22 Commercial logging 83.3 17.9 0.3 65.7 399 93.2 471 29.7 1.2 1.12 5.7 1.27 Forestry, forest products and timber tract p 24.1 24.1 25.4 25.4 39 36.8 242 18.1 1.6 1.53 10.0 0.95 Poultry and egg production 13.7 10.6 0.3 3.4 14 16.4 29 3.4 0.2 1.19 2.1 3.99 Vegetable and melon farming 11.8 8.3 2.1 5.5 29 13.3 47 8.8 0.2 1.13 4.0 2.14 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 9.9 1.0 3.7 12.6 231 10.4 236 8.7 0.2 1.05 23.9 0.79 Dairy cattle and milk production 9.3 9.1 0.0 0.2 54 11.1 69 4.5 0.2 1.19 7.5 49.54 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 4.4 2.7 2.6 4.3 19 4.8 22 4.0 0.1 1.07 5.1 1.03 Cattle ranching and farming 4.0 3.1 0.2 1.1 21 5.6 33 1.3 0.2 1.41 8.2 3.60 All other crop farming 3.2 0.1 4.3 7.3 12 3.2 12 1.2 0.1 1.01 3.8 0.43 Commercial f ishing 2.2 1.3 4.7 5.6 72 2.4 73 0.4 0.0 1.10 33.3 0.39 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.9 0.0 1.4 2.2 12 0.9 12 0.5 0.0 1.01 13.7 0.39 Tree nut farming 0.1 0.1 0.4 0.4 1 0.1 1 0.1 0.0 1.20 11.2 0.28 Grain farming 0.1 0.1 3.1 3.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.17 16.2 0.02 Agricultural Inputs & Services 31.2 10.6 3.7 24.3 532 34.7 565 17.4 0.9 1.11 18.1 1.28 Landscape services 14.2 3.9 2.6 12.9 262 15.5 273 8.5 0.4 1.09 19.2 1.11 Veterinary services 12.6 5.5 0.4 7.4 190 14.5 208 6.2 0.3 1.15 16.6 1.69 Pest control services 4.4 1.2 0.8 3.9 80 4.7 84 2.6 0.1 1.09 19.2 1.11 Mining 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.15 14.5 0.93 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 0.1 1 0.0 0.0 1.15 14.5 0.93 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 12.1 7.7 11.6 16.0 45 14.7 75 2.2 0.1 1.22 6.2 0.76 Seafood product preparation and packaging 8.6 5.5 0.8 3.9 28 10.8 54 1.5 0.1 1.25 6.3 2.22 Confectionery mfg from purchased ch ocolate 2.6 2.2 3.2 3.6 10 3.0 13 0.6 0.0 1.17 5.0 0.72 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 0.9 0.0 7.6 8.5 7 0.9 7 0.1 0.0 1.01 8.1 0.11 Forest Products Manufacturing 485.9 447.4 48.1 86.6 745 661.9 1,979 202.0 14.2 1.36 4.1 5.61 Paperboard m ills 453.6 422.6 3.1 34.1 595 622.3 1,768 188.3 13.6 1.37 3.9 13.29 Wood windows and doors and millwork 18.7 12.4 1.5 7.7 110 22.9 145 9.0 0.3 1.23 7.8 2.42 Paperboard container manufacturing 12.3 12.2 7.5 7.6 35 15.4 60 4.4 0.3 1.25 4.9 1.62 Sawmills and wood preservation 1.2 0.1 36.0 37.1 5 1.3 6 0.3 0.0 1.06 4.6 0.03 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 203.3 21.7 50.9 232.5 3,188 210.2 3,252 118.2 17.4 1.03 16.0 0.87 Food services and drinking places 140.9 19.9 13.9 134.8 2,377 147.2 2,436 77.6 8.2 1.05 17.3 1.04 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 40.4 0.0 9.7 50.2 652 40.4 652 26.0 6.0 1.00 16.1 0.81 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 16.5 1.7 26.9 41.7 87 17.0 92 11.0 2.3 1.03 5.6 0.40 Retail lawn and garden centers 5.6 0.0 0.3 5.8 73 5.6 73 3.6 0.8 1.00 13.1 0.95 Nature based Recreation 19.1 11.4 1.8 9.5 161 23.1 199 9.6 1.1 1.21 10.4 2.01 Golf courses 10.3 4.5 1.5 7.3 80 12.0 96 5.1 0.5 1.17 9.3 1.41 Commercial hunting and trapping 6.6 5.9 0.0 0.7 65 8.5 83 3.4 0.4 1.28 12.5 9.34 Recreational fishing 2.1 0.9 0.3 1.5 17 2.5 20 1.1 0.1 1.17 9.3 1.41 Total 918.5 577.3 164.5 505.7 5,577 1,143.0 7,320 430.3 37.7 1.24 8.0 1.82

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169 21 37 75 77 82 90 233 309 323 375 390 485 489 496 776 1,411 3,989 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 Education Utilities Social Services & Organizations Transportation Travel and Entertainment Services Wholesale Trade Consumer Services Construction Information and Communications Health Care Manufacturing Households Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Real Estate and Financial Services Government Total Value Added (M$) All Industries 186 722 995 1,325 1,612 1,745 2,591 3,546 4,238 5,422 7,092 7,402 11,494 12,851 14,758 16,370 34,025 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 Utilities Education Wholesale Trade Transportation Households Travel and Entertainment Services Information and Communications Social Services & Organizations Manufacturing Consumer Services Health Care Construction Retail Trade Professional and Technical Services Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Real Estate and Financial Services Government Employment (Jobs) All Industries 2 9 12 16 21 36 470 0 100 200 300 400 500 Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Nature-based Recreation Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Value Added Impacts (M$) Agriculture and Related Industries 31 103 245 295 487 1,392 13,419 0 4,000 8,000 12,000 16,000 Forest Products Manufacturing Mining Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing Nature-based Recreation Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production Agricultural Inputs & Services Food & Kindred Products Distribution Employment Impacts (Jobs) Agriculture and Related Industries Okaloosa County Okaloosa County is located in the Pensacola economic region on the Gulf coast of n orth w est Florida. Total county population in 2009 was 178, 473. Gross Regional Product (total value added) of the county was $ 9.66 b illion in 2008 Total output or revenue of all industry groups was $ 14.87 billion and employment was 126,372 full time and part time jobs The top five major industry groups in terms of output were Government, Real Estate and Financial Services, Manufacturing, Professional and Technical Services, and Agr iculture and R elated a s shown in Table A The county had total domestic and international imports of $ 9.54 b illion and exports of $ 3.25 b illion Appa rent consumption of all goods and services was $ 21.1 6 billion in 2008 Industry groups with the highest employment were Government ( 34,025 jobs), Real Estate and Financial Services (16,380 jobs), and Agriculture and R elated ( 14,75 8 jobs) I ndustry groups with the highest total value added were Government ($ 3. 99 billion), Real Estate and Financial Services ($ 1.41 billion), and Professional and Technical Services ($ 775.6 million). The average imputed output multiplier for all industry groups in the county was 1.08 (total output impacts/direct output) The highest imputed output multipliers were for Manufacturing ( 1.23 ) Social Services and Organizations (1.17), and Information and Communication s (1. 16). The average employment multiplier was 9.2 jobs per million dollars output. The highest employment multipliers were for Social Services and Organizations ( 22.3 ), Education ( 17.6 ), and Retail Trade ( 16.7). The average output/consumption ratio for all industry groups in this county was 0.70 with Real Estate and Financial Services having the highest ratio ( 1.22 ) In Okaloosa County, Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries ranked 5 th among all industry groups in terms of output, 3 rd in exports and 3 rd in employment (Table A). Within the Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related i ndustries in this county direct output in 2008 was $ 1.00 b illion Total exports of this industry group were $ 431.9 million and total imports were $ 317.4 million The apparent consumption of A griculture and R elated industry goods and services w as $ 889.8 million. Total output impacts of these industries were $ 1.14 b illion and total employment impacts w ere 15,973 jobs. Total value added impacts were $ 565. 9 million including $ 66.6 million in Indi rect Business Taxes (Table B)

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170 Groups within the A griculture, Natural Resources and R elated i ndustries with the highest output were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 757 .2 million) Food and Kindred Products Manufacturing ($ 77.5 million), and Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 70.4 million) Groups with the highest employment impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ( 13,419 jobs) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services ( 1,392 jobs) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheri es Production ( 487 jobs ) Groups with the highest value added impacts were Food and Kindred Products Distribution ($ 469.8 million) ; Agricultural Inputs and Services ($ 36.1 million) ; and Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production ($ 20.8 million) Crop, Livestock, Forestry, and Fisheries Production sectors exported 64 percent of output, compared to 43 percent for all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (Table B) and 22 percent for all industries (Table A) Production agriculture ha d a higher output multiplier (1 20 ) than all Agriculture, Natural Resources, and R elated i ndustries (1.1 4 ) and higher than al l industries in the county (1. 08 ) Production agriculture had a lower employment multiplier ( 10.5 jobs per million dollars output) than all Agriculture and Related industries ( 15.9 ) and higher than all industries ( 9.2 ). Individual sectors within the Agriculture and R elated industry group with the highest output were Food services and drinking places ($ 607.9 million), Retail s tores f oo d and beverage ($ 100.0 million), and Soft drink and ice manufacturing ($ 68.5 million). Sectors with the highest employment impacts were Food services and dr inking places (11,386 jobs), Retail s tores f ood and beverage ( 1,588 jobs), and Landscape services ( 8 72 jobs) Sectors with the highest value added impacts were Food services and drinking places ($ 372.9 million) ; Retail s tores f ood and beverage ($64.4 million) ; and Wholesale trade, food and kindred products ($ 23.3 million). The average imputed output multipliers for all Agriculture and R elated industry group s was 1.14, with Mining h aving the highest ( 1.21 ). The average employment multiplier was 15.9, with Agricultural Inputs and Services having the highest ( 19.8 ). The average output/consumption ratio was 1.13 with Nature based Recreation group having the highest ratio ( 1.35 ) The following tables show detailed information for all major industry groups (Table A) and for individual sectors within the A griculture, N atural R esou rces, and R elated industry group (Table B). Table A. Economic contributions of all industry groups in Okaloosa County, Florida 2008 All Industry Groups Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consumption (M$) Employ ment (jobs) Total Value Added (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Employment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Government 4,039.2 6.2 266.4 4,299.4 34,025 3,989.4 1.00 8.4 0.94 Real Estate and Financial Services 2,041.8 993.1 629.3 1,678.0 16,370 1,410.6 1.13 9.2 1.22 Manufacturing 1,588.2 837.3 3,484.8 4,235.8 4,238 389.7 1.23 4.3 0.37 Professional and Technical Services 1,300.4 156.7 1,869.1 3,012.8 12,851 775.6 1.05 10.4 0.43 Agriculture, Natural Resources, Related Manufacturing & Services 1,004.3 431.9 855.7 1,428.1 14,758 488.6 1.14 15.9 0.70 Construction 879.2 0.0 156.3 1,035.4 7,402 308.8 1.00 8.4 0.85 Information and Communications 801.3 318.5 549.7 1,032.5 2,591 322.7 1.16 4.6 0.78 Retail Trade 730.2 204.4 106.7 632.5 11,494 495.8 1.10 16.7 1.15 Households 695.9 1.6 0.0 694.3 1,612 484.5 1.00 2.3 1.00 Health Care 620.7 0.1 264.3 884.9 7,092 375.3 1.00 11.4 0.70 Consumer Services 452.1 169.2 132.7 415.7 5,422 233.2 1.15 13.4 1.09 Social Services & Organizations 170.6 46.5 75.8 200.0 3,546 75.4 1.17 22.3 0.85 Travel and Entertainment Services 164.2 30.4 125.2 258.9 1,745 82.2 1.07 11.3 0.63 Transportation 147.4 30.7 355.8 472.5 1,325 77.4 1.07 9.7 0.31 Wholesale Trade 141.6 14.9 304.6 431.3 995 89.9 1.04 7.4 0.33 Utilities 48.3 0.2 277.8 325.9 186 36.5 1.00 3.9 0.15 Education 43.6 10.5 84.6 117.8 722 21.3 1.11 17.6 0.37 Total 14,869.2 3,252.2 9,538.9 21,155.9 126,372 9,657.0 1.08 9.2 0.70

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171 Table B Economic contributions of agriculture, natural resources, and related industries in Okaloosa County, Florida 2008 Industry Group Output (M$) Exports (M$) Imports (M$) Apparent Consump tion (M$) Employ ment (Jobs) Output Impacts (M$) Employ ment Impacts (Jobs) Value Added Impacts (M$) Indirect Business Tax Impacts (M$) Imputed Output Multiplier Imputed Employ ment Multiplier (jobs / M$ output) Output / Consumption Ratio Crop, Livestock, Forestry & Fisheries Production 45.0 28.8 43.9 60.2 420 53.9 487 20.8 1.0 1.20 10.8 0.75 Commercial logging 12.7 9.4 0.1 3.3 61 17.6 95 5.9 0.3 1.39 7.5 3.85 Poultry and egg production 10.2 5.9 1.3 5.6 20 11.3 25 2.2 0.1 1.10 2.5 1.83 All other crop farming 6.1 2.2 2.7 6.6 44 6.5 48 2.5 0.3 1.06 7.9 0.93 Commercial f ishing 4.3 4.2 6.1 6.3 114 5.1 121 1.7 0.1 1.18 28.1 0.69 Greenhouse nursery and floriculture product 4.3 1.3 5.5 8.5 36 4.3 37 3.7 0.0 1.02 8.7 0.50 Cotton farming 2.7 2.7 0.2 0.2 28 3.2 33 1.6 0.1 1.17 12.1 17.04 Support activities for agriculture and forest ry 1.6 1.6 1.8 1.8 73 2.4 81 1.6 0.1 1.52 51.5 0.85 Fruit farming 0.9 0.1 7.6 8.4 14 0.9 14 0.6 0.0 1.01 15.2 0.11 Cattle ranching and farming 0.8 0.8 0.2 0.3 9 1.1 11 0.3 0.0 1.28 12.9 3.22 Animal production except cattle and poultry 0.4 0.0 2.8 3.2 11 0.4 11 0.2 0.0 1.01 26.5 0.13 Vegetable and melon farming 0.3 0.0 11.8 12.1 2 0.4 2 0.2 0.0 1.01 5.0 0.03 Grain farming 0.3 0.3 3.0 3.0 6 0.4 6 0.2 0.0 1.13 18.5 0.11 Tree nut farming 0.3 0.2 0.9 0.9 3 0.3 3 0.2 0.0 1.10 10.2 0.31 Agricultural Inputs & Services 70.4 10.0 26.7 87.1 1,359 73.8 1,392 36.1 1.6 1.05 19.8 0.81 Landscape services 40.3 7.6 8.2 40.8 847 42.9 872 21.8 1.0 1.06 21.6 0.99 Veterinary services 17.7 0.0 16.1 33.8 253 17.7 253 7.6 0.3 1.00 14.3 0.53 Pest control services 12.3 2.3 2.5 12.5 259 13.1 267 6.7 0.3 1.06 21.6 0.99 Mining 22.1 13.4 21.8 30.5 65 26.7 103 9.5 0.6 1.21 4.7 0.72 Extraction of oil and natural gas 14.8 6.3 8.7 17.3 36 17.1 53 3.9 0.4 1.15 3.6 0.86 Mining and q uarrying sand gravel clay 6.3 6.2 12.3 12.3 26 8.5 45 5.0 0.3 1.34 7.1 0.51 Drilling oil and gas wells 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.9 4 1.1 5 0.6 0.0 1.16 5.5 1.04 Food & Kindred Products Manufacturing 77.5 72.9 70.5 75.0 143 91.0 245 16.2 0.9 1.17 3.2 1.03 Soft drink and ice manufacturing 68.5 65.5 44.4 47.3 103 80.5 195 14.5 0.8 1.18 2.8 1.45 Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing 7.8 7.3 5.2 5.7 30 9.2 40 1.5 0.1 1.18 5.2 1.37 Bread and bakery product manufacturing 1.3 0.0 20.9 22.1 10 1.3 10 0.1 0.0 1.01 8.3 0.06 Forest Products Manufacturing 4.5 0.1 22.3 26.6 31 4.5 31 1.6 0.0 1.01 7.0 0.17 Wood windows and doors and millwork 2.5 0.0 17.2 19.6 16 2.5 16 0.7 0.0 1.01 6.6 0.13 Wood container and pallet manufacturing 1.5 0.0 2.6 4.1 12 1.5 12 0.6 0.0 1.01 7.8 0.37 All other miscellaneous wood product 0.5 0.1 2.5 3.0 3 0.6 3 0.2 0.0 1.04 6.3 0.18 Food & Kindred Products Distribution 757.2 295.4 128.1 589.9 12,492 857.8 13,419 469.8 61.3 1.13 17.7 1.28 Food services and drinking places 607.9 290.5 35.4 352.8 10,476 706.7 11,386 372.9 39.4 1.16 18.7 1.72 Retail s tores f ood and beverage 100.0 0.0 15.9 115.8 1,588 100.0 1,588 64.4 14.9 1.00 15.9 0.86 Wholesale trade, food & kindred products 35.4 3.7 76.1 107.8 249 36.7 261 23.3 4.9 1.04 7.4 0.33 Retail lawn and garden centers 13.9 1.2 0.7 13.5 180 14.4 184 9.3 2.1 1.03 13.2 1.04 Nature based Recreation 27.6 11.3 4.2 20.5 247 32.8 295 12.1 1.2 1.19 10.7 1.35 Golf courses 22.8 9.3 3.4 16.9 205 27.1 244 10.0 1.0 1.19 10.7 1.35 Recreational fishing 4.8 1.9 0.7 3.5 43 5.6 51 2.1 0.2 1.19 10.7 1.35 Total 1,004.3 431.9 317.4 889.8 14,758 1,140.4 15,973 565.9 66.6 1.14 15.9 1.13

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