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Economic Impacts of Agricultural and Natural Resource Industries in Florida, 2003
By Alan W. Hodges and W. David Mulkey
University of Florida/IFAS, Food & Resource Economics Department
PO Box 110240, Gainesville, FL 32611
Tel 352-392-1881 x312; email: awhodges@ufl.edu
February 9, 2006

Estimates of economic impacts were developed for the agricultural and natural resource industries in
Florida in 2003, based on Implan data for Florida', which are derived from the National Income and Product
Accounts of the United States and various regional data sources. Over 100 individual sectors were identified as
related to agriculture and natural resources, including sectors for commodity production, processing and
manufacturing, and associated input suppliers and supporting services. However, wholesale and retail distribution of
food and kindred products, restaurants and other food service establishments were excluded from the analysis, since
these are not strictly related to agriculture or natural resources. Estimates of total regional economic impacts for
each sector were computed using Implan SAM multipliers, including the indirect and induced effects of domestic
and foreign export sales outside Florida. Indirect effects represent the impacts of allied businesses that supply inputs
to the agricultural and natural resource industries, while induced effects represent the impacts of industry employee
household spending. Values were expressed in 2005 dollars using the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Implicit Price
Deflator (U.S. Commerce Dept.), which restated values for 2003 approximately 5.7 percent higher. Results of the
analysis are shown in the following tables: Table 1 summarizes the impact estimates by major industry groups;
Table 2 provides detailed estimates for individual sectors within each group; Table 3 gives value added impacts in
nine economic regions of Florida; Table 4 indicates the change in value added impacts over the period 2001-2003;
Table 5 shows the direct employment and value added by agriculture and natural resources in comparison to all
other industry groups in Florida.
Total industry output or sales of the agricultural and natural resource industries in Florida in 2003 was
$5 0.8 billion (Bn), while total output impacts, including the indirect and induced multiplier effects, were $87.6 Bn
(Table 1). Total direct employment was 388,916 jobs, and total employment impacts were 756,993 jobs. Total
value added was $19.2 Bn, and total value added impacts were $41.1 Bn, which represents the net value created by
the industry, measured as the difference between industry revenues and input purchases from other sectors. It also
represents personal and business net income, and capital consumption. The labor (earned) income impact of
agriculture and natural resources was $25.1 Bn. Indirect business taxes paid to local, state and federal governments
were $2.6 Bn. Total domestic and foreign export sales outside the state of Florida were $27.6 Bn.
As shown in Table 1, the largest industry groups in terms of value added impacts were fruit and vegetable
farming and processing ($7.5 Bn), environmental horticulture ($6.8 Bn), forestry and forest products ($6.5 Bn),
agricultural inputs and support services ($6.5 Bn), other food product manufacturing ($5.5 Bn), tobacco farming and
manufacturing ($3.0 Bn), sugarcane farming and refined sugar manufacturing ($1.8 Bn), mining ($1.6 Bn), and
livestock and dairy farming and animal products manufacturing ($1.2 Bn). Some other smaller industry groups with


1 Minnesota Implan Group (MIG), Inc., Stillwater, Mn. Implan data for Florida counties (2003), Dec. 2005.







value added impacts less than $1 billion were fishing and seafood products ($413 Mn), grain and oilseed farming
and processing ($93 Mn), other crop farming, including cotton, nuts, and miscellaneous crops ($239 Mn), and
wildlife hunting and trapping ($45 Mn).
As shown in Table 2, some of the largest individual industry sectors, all with over one billion dollars in
value added impacts were landscape services ($4.16 Bn), soft drink and ice manufacturing ($2.92 Bn), other
tobacco product manufacturing ($2.79 Bn), greenhouse and nursery production ($2.66 Bn), phosphatic fertilizer
manufacturing ($2.39 Bn), fruit and vegetable canning and drying ($2.26 Bn), agriculture and forestry support
activities ($2.12 Bn), fruit farming ($1.99 Bn), vegetable and melon farming ($1.98 Bn), frozen food manufacturing
($1.27 Bn), sugar manufacturing ($1.26 Bn), paper and paperboard mills ($1.23 Bn), and forest nurseries and timber
tracts ($1.05 Bn).
Regional value added impacts of agriculture and natural resource industries are shown in Table 3 for the
nine economic regions of Florida, defined based on employee commuting patterns2. A map of the counties included
in these regions is shown in Figure 1. Total value added impacts were largest in the Miami-Ft.Lauderdale region
($11.84 Bn), followed by Orlando ($9.37 Bn), Tampa-St.Petersburg-Clearwater ($6.71 Bn), Jacksonville ($5.70
Bn), Sarasota-Bradenton ($3.78 Bn), Gainesville ($1.19 Bn), Tallahassee ($1.21 Bn), Pensacola ($688 Mn) and
Panama City ($381 Mn).
The total value added impacts of agricultural and natural resource industries in Florida grew from $33.77
Bn in 2001 to $41.12 Bn in 2003, adjusted for inflation to express in 2005 dollars (Table 4). This represented an
overall growth rate of 20 percent, or 10 percent per annum. Rapid growth occurred for tobacco products (104%),
other crop farming (33%), and forest products (27%), moderate growth was seen in environmental horticulture
(17%), fruits and vegetables (17%), agricultural inputs and supporting services (16%), and other food product
manufacturing (15%), while negative growth occurred for grains and oilseeds (-93%), wildlife hunting and trapping
(-55%), and livestock, dairy and animal products (-13%). Note that these trends in value added impacts reflect
changes in the structure of the Florida economy as well as changes in industry activity and commodity prices.
The relative importance of agricultural and natural resource industries in Florida can be gauged by its share
of overall economic activity in the state, as shown in Table 5. The Gross State Product, which is the sum of value
added for all industries, was $578.9 Bn in 2003 (expressed in 2005 dollars), and the total employment in the state
was 9,391,709 jobs. The direct value added by agriculture and natural resource industries ($19.2 Bn) comprised
about 3.3 percent of Gross State Product, while direct employment (388,916 jobs) represented 4.1 percent of total
state employment. However, the total value added impacts of agricultural and natural resource industries ($41.1 Bn)
represented 7.1 percent of gross state product, and the total employment impact (756,993 jobs) accounted for 8.1
percent of total state employment. By comparison, the largest industry group in Florida was real estate and financial
services, whose direct value added represented 14.2 percent of gross state product, followed by professional and
technical services (12.7%), retail trade (7.8%), government (7.2%), and health care (7.1%).

2 Johnson, K. and J. Kort. Redefinition of the BEA Economic Areas. Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of
Commerce, Survey of Current Business, pp. 68-75, Nov. 2004.








Table 1. Economic Impacts of Agricultural and Natural Resource Industry Groups in Florida, 2003.

Valu Lab Indirect E l
Output Value al Exports Income Labor Business Employ- Employ
Output Added Exports Income -ment
Industry Group Outpu Impacts Added a Exprt Incom Tax ment Impacts
(Mn$)* (Mn$)* (Mn$)* Impacts (Mn$)* Impacts Impacts (obs) Impacts
(Mn$)* (Mn$)* (obs)
(Mn$)*
Agricultural Inputs &
Services (fertilizers,
pesticides, veterinary, 8,344 14,678 2,843 6,505 4,936 5,055 368 109,409 166,714
support activities,
equipment manufacturing)
Forestry, Wood & Paper 7,949 14,537 2,508 6,503 5,150 4,230 386 30,741 105,111
Product Manufacturing
Other Food Product 8,567 13,903 2,447 5,499 4,392 3,086 515 22,751 68,273
Manufacturing
Fruit & Vegetable
Fanning & Processing 6,442 13,217 3,311 7,491 5,159 4,006 429 40,720 110,222
Farming & Processing
Environmental
Horticulture (nursery & 6,730 10,851 4,243 6,821 2,722 4,359 320 110,281 152,820
greenhouse, landscape
services)
Tobacco Farming &
Tobacco Farming & 2,824 5,736 1,184 2,949 1,910 1,262 170 2,636 28,411
Manufacturing
Livestock & Dairy
Farming & Animal 4,073 4,787 751 1,158 682 661 79 23,730 31,118
Products Manufacturing
Sugarcane Farming,
Refined Sugar & 2,243 4,572 549 1,839 1,360 1,091 145 23,942 52,778
Confections
Mining 2,442 3,490 920 1,566 784 860 114 10,311 20,590
Fishing& Seafood 782 1,062 241 413 197 299 19 11,102 13,905
Products
Other Crop Farming 191 386 118 239 156 108 14 1,317 3,533
Grain & Oilseed Farming 92 206 21 93 94 55 8 342 1,455
& Processing
Wildlife (hunting) 118 139 32 45 12 28 9 1,634 2,062
Total All Industries 50,799 87,565 19,169 41,123 27,551 25,102 2,576 388,916 756,993

Source: Implan data for Florida (MIG, Inc., 2005).
Values expressed in 2005 dollars using GDP implicit price deflator, July 2003-July 2005 (US Commerce Dept.)








Table 2. Economic Impacts of Agricultural and Natural Resource Industry Sectors in Florida, 2003.


Industry Group


Industry Sector


Output
Output Output
(Mn$)* Impacts
(Mn$)*


Frozen food manufacturing 1,165.5 2,588.0 18,276 1,268.9
Fruit & Vegetable Fruit and vegetable canning and drying 2,110.6 4,663.6 28,498 2,258.8
FaProcessing Fruit farming 1,606.1 3,140.3 39,035 1,987.8
Vegetable and melon farming 1,559.7 2,825.1 25,392 1,975.9

Total 6,442.0 13,217.0 110,222 7,491.4
Environmental Greenhouse and nursery production 1,747.5 3,329.7 35,952 2,658.5
Horticulture (nursery
& greenhouse, Landscape Services (70% of services to buildings 4,982.8 7,521.8 116,868 4,162.2
landscape services) sector)


Agricultural Inputs &
Services (fertilizers,
pesticides, veterinary,
support activities,
equipment manuf)


Forestry, Wood &
Paper Product
Manufacturing


Other Food Product
Manufacturing


6,730.3 10,851.4 152,820 6,820.8


Total
Agriculture and forestry support activities
Farm machinery and equipment manufacturing
Fertilizer, mixing only, manufacturing
Food product machinery manufacturing
Lawn and garden equipment manufacturing
New farm housing units and additions and alterations
Nitrogenous fertilizer manufacturing
Paper industry machinery manufacturing
Pesticide and other agricultural chemical man
Phosphatic fertilizer manufacturing
Sawmill and woodworking machinery
Veterinary services
Total
All other converted paper product manufacturing
Coated and laminated paper and packaging mate
Coated and uncoated paper bag manufacturing
Cut stock, resawing lumber, and planing
Engineered wood member and truss manufacturing
Forest nurseries, forest products, and timber
Logging
Miscellaneous wood product manufacturing
Other millwork, including flooring
Paper and paperboard mills
Paperboard container manufacturing
Pulp mills
Reconstituted wood product manufacturing
Sanitary paper product manufacturing
Sawmills
Surface-coated paperboard manufacturing
Veneer and plywood manufacturing
Wood container and pallet manufacturing
Wood preservation
Wood windows and door manufacturing
Total
All other food manufacturing
Bread and bakery product, except frozen,
manufacturing
Breakfast cereal manufacturing
Breweries
Coffee and tea manufacturing
Cookie and cracker manufacturing


1,505.9
153.0
285.5
66.0
15.0
1,026.7
595.4
19.7
421.3
3,088.5
5.0
1,162.4
8,344.4
43.2
142.3
132.9
18.9
930.1
578.4
605.8
55.3
288.1
1,058.3
1,136.1
723.6
3.0
738.7
465.4
8.3
193.5
153.7
156.3
516.9
7,948.7
121.6

1,166.1
0.0
787.3
270.3
290.3


3,035.3
189.0
285.5
84.9
16.7
1,026.7
1,077.4
26.9
859.9
6,587.8
6.1
1,481.5
14,677.8
101.2
319.8
264.8
29.2
1,443.8
1,856.6
678.7
61.5
299.7
2,604.3
2,023.3
1,882.6
3.8
1,378.6
518.5
9.1
218.7
158.1
159.6
524.8
14,536.7
141.1

1,180.0
0.0
1,615.2
298.4
290.3


95,204
846
790
580
54
4,149
4,492
172
4,359
34,594
44
21,430
166,714
730
2,081
1,718
238
10,771
27,022
3,695
540
1,878
15,911
12,379
11,573
17
7,630
2,444
35
1,356
1,475
635
2,982
105,111
652

9,786
0
8,943
800
914


Employ
-ment
Impacts
(jobs)


Value
Added
Impacts
(Mn$)*


2,118.2
58.3
67.2
33.8
3.3
334.6
356.8
10.0
388.9
2,393.4
2.3
738.6
6,505.4
50.3
148.6
112.6
10.5
679.3
1,046.6
299.8
24.6
83.3
1,228.3
815.1
818.0
1.6
667.9
147.1
2.3
71.7
64.3
35.0
196.5
6,503.3
32.2

535.4
0.0
880.4
63.7
89.2











Industry Group


Industry Sector


Output Output
(Mn$)* Impacts
(Mn$)*


Tobacco Farming &
Manufacturing


Sugarcane Farming,
Refined Sugar &
Confections


Mining


Livestock & Dairy
Farming & Animal
Products
Manufacturing


Distilleries
Dog and cat food manufacturing
Dry pasta manufacturing
Fats and oils refining and blending
Flavoring syrup and concentrate manufacturing
Frozen cakes and other pastries manufacturing
Mayonnaise, dressing, and sauce manufacturing
Mixes and dough made from purchased flour
Other animal food manufacturing
Other snack food manufacturing
Roasted nuts and peanut butter manufacturing
Soft drink and ice manufacturing
Spice and extract manufacturing
Tortilla manufacturing
Wineries
Total
Cigarette manufacturing
Other tobacco product manufacturing
Tobacco farming
Tobacco stemming and redrying
Total
Confectionery manufacturing from cacao beans
Confectionery manufacturing from purchased
chocolate
Nonchocolate confectionery manufacturing
Sugar manufacturing
Sugarcane and sugar beet farming
Total
Coal mining
Copper, nickel, lead, and zinc mining
Drilling oil and gas wells
Gold, silver, and other metal ore mining
Iron ore mining
Oil and gas extraction
Other nonmetallic mineral mining
Sand, gravel, clay, and refractory mining
Stone mining and quarrying
Support activities for oil and gas operations
Support activities for other mining
Total
Animal production, except cattle and poultry
Animal, except poultry, slaughtering
Cattle ranching and farming
Cheese manufacturing
Creamery butter manufacturing
Dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy products
Fluid milk manufacturing
Ice cream and frozen dessert manufacturing
Meat processed from carcasses
Poultry and egg production
Poultry processing
Rendering and meat byproduct processing


Employ
-ment
Impacts
(jobs)


Value
Added
Impacts
(Mn$)*


239.2
29.5
11.9
41.8
631.3
6.8
156.6
0.6
304.1
414.8
4.6
3,751.3
284.9
0.1
54.5
8,567.5
236.1
2,545.0
20.7
22.2
2,823.9
10.1

114.8

138.8
1,390.2
588.9
2,242.8
9.8
0.4
22.2
88.9
0.4
1,456.0
449.2
145.7
253.1
11.3
5.4
2,442.3
267.3
415.7
715.5
69.8
2.7
93.8
694.1
275.3
550.4
376.1
527.6
84.4


524.3
31.2
12.4
57.9
647.8
7.4
168.6
0.6
538.1
422.1
5.9
7,568.7
293.3
0.1
100.1
13,903.3
248.8
5,408.1
43.7
35.6
5,736.1
12.4

159.8

198.9
3,302.4
898.7
4,572.2
14.6
0.5
47.2
168.3
1.0
1,485.4
780.8
373.9
580.9
23.3
13.8
3,489.8
318.5
480.3
1,044.9
70.3
2.8
105.1
696.1
277.7
567.8
551.7
552.1
119.8


3,404
47
49
179
479
65
508
2
2,523
877
23
37,696
703
1
622
68,273
229
27,306
701
177
28,411
44

878

1,120
26,645
24,091
52,778
78
4
479
1,117
7
5,193
5,513
3,198
4,597
288
115
20,590
8,176
1,863
10,871
110
6
232
1,229
677
1,691
2,710
3,104
448


341.5
2.6
3.2
15.0
121.7
2.1
51.1
0.1
167.3
131.0
1.9
2,915.6
103.7
0.0
41.4
5,499.0
119.8
2,793.2
28.6
8.0
2,949.5
3.7

51.4

83.9
1,263.6
436.4
1,839.0
7.8
0.3
28.4
113.5
0.6
276.1
498.3
247.8
367.9
17.2
8.6
1,566.5
77.2
81.0
266.0
5.6
0.2
27.5
88.4
62.4
78.6
284.0
147.1
40.3











Industry Group


Industry Sector


Output Output
(Mn$)* Impacts
(Mn$)*


Fishing & Seafood
Products


Other Crop Farming


Total
Fishing
Seafood product preparation and packaging
Total
All other crop farming
Cotton farming


4,072.9
142.2
639.6
781.8
147.4
42.2


4,787.1
320.3
742.1
1,062.4
287.3
95.4


31,118
10,263
3,642
13,905
2,499
998


1,158.4
209.6
203.6
413.2
180.2
56.7


Tree nut farming 1.6 3.3 36 2.1
Total 191.2 386.0 3,533 239.0
Gn & O d Flour milling 62.2 116.5 584 46.2
Grain & Oilseed
Facing & Grain farming 9.1 18.9 304 10.7
Farming &
Processing Oilseed farming 2.3 34.7 375 21.4
Rice milling 18.8 36.3 192 14.4
Total 92.5 206.4 1,455 92.8
Wildlife (hunting) Total 118.2 138.9 2,062 45.1
Total All Industries 50,798.5 87,565.1 756,993 41,123.3


Employ
-ment
Impacts
(jobs)


Value
Added
Impacts
(Mn$)*









Table 3. Value Added Impacts of Agricultural and Natural Resource Industry Groups in Economic
Regions of Florida, 2003.



Industry Group |U |

Scz


Million Dollars*
Agricultural Inputs & 1316.6 2,530.7 491.7 992.8 249.5 56.4 297.6 18.7 48.4 6,002.3
Support Services
Environmental 2,504.2 1,773.5 723.0 804.1 423.0 109.8 101.5 43.8 70.4 6,553.4
Horticulture
Fishing & Seafood 131.6 66.2 22.9 218.7 19.8 2.6 17.3 10.1 8.2 497.4
Products
Forestry, Wood & 1,226.8 1,117.0 139.9 504.9 1,298.4 400.4 629.8 194.2 366.0 5,877.6
Paper Products
Fruit & Vegetable 2,174.2 1,794.7 2,084.3 775.8 150.6 102.4 27.2 14.7 5.3 7,129.4
Products
Grain & Oilseed 42.1 4.7 1.2 21.6 1.8 2.2 6.5 3.7 2.8 86.7
Products
Livestock, Dairy &
Livestock, Dairy & 209.0 204.3 48.1 307.5 76.9 404.5 70.9 40.6 50.3 1,412.0
Animal Products
Mining 265.7 514.2 157.6 970.0 108.0 27.4 26.1 2.9 79.2 2,151.0
Other Crop Farming 14.5 33.4 3.6 10.7 1.5 39.4 6.0 47.3 45.7 202.2
Other Food Product
OtherFoodProduct 1,569.7 1,267.3 84.0 1,129.9 1,723.0 11.8 15.5 4.1 11.0 5,816.3
Manufacturing
Sugarcane & Refined 1,828.4 59.5 16.5 72.2 13.3 1.0 0.0 0.3 0.4 1,991.5
Sugar
Tobacco Products 545.8 0.0 3.5 886.6 1,629.8 17.9 7.2 0.0 0.0 3,091.0
Wildlife (hunting) 15.2 6.3 1.7 14.9 2.3 12.0 6.9 0.0 0.0 59.3
Total All Industries 11,844. 9,372 3,778 6,710 5,698 1,188 1,213 381 688 40,870


source: Implan data ior Florida (MIG, Inc., 2005).
* Values expressed in 2005 dollars using GDP implicit price deflator, July 2003-July 2005


(US Commerce Dept.).


Figure 1. Economic Regions of Florida.


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Table 4. Trend in Value Added Impacts of Agricultural and Natural Resource Industry Groups in Florida,
2001-2003.


Industry Group


Agricultural Inputs & Services (fertilizers, pesticides, veterinary,
support activities, equipment manufacturing)
Environmental Horticulture (nursery & greenhouse, landscape
services)
Fishing & Seafood Products
Forestry, Wood & Paper Product Manufacturing
Fruit & Vegetable Farming & Processing
Grain & Oilseed Farming & Processing
Livestock & Dairy Farming & Animal Products Manufacturing
Mining
Other Crop Farming
Other Food Product Manufacturing
Sugarcane Farming, Refined Sugar & Confections
Tobacco Farming & Manufacturing
Wildlife (hunting)
Grand Total
Source: Implan data for Florida (MIG, Inc., 2005).


2001 2002 2003 Percent
Change
Million Dollars* 2001-03

5,559 5,631 6,503 16%

5,763 6,391 6,821 17%


394 436
4,930 5,847
6,294 7,634
221 103
1,315 1,110
1,445 1,533
173 190
4,752 4,850
1,678 1,688
1,172 995
78 54
33,774 36,462


413
6,503
7,491
93
1,158
1,566
239
5,499
1,839
2,949
45
41,120


5%
27%
17%
-93%
-13%
8%
33%
15%
9%
104%
-55%
20%


* Values expressed in 2005 dollars using GDP implicit price deflator (US Commerce Dept.).



Table 5. Employment and Value Added of All Industry Groups in Florida, 2003.


Direct Employment


Industry Group (NAICS basis)
jobs
Real Estate and Financial Services 804,949
Professional and Technical Services 1,492,494
Retail Trade 990,428
Government 609,769
Health Care 749,381
Private Households 143,454
Wholesale Trade 355,109
Construction 701,544
Travel, Food and Entertainment Services 950,313
Manufacturing 317,640
Information and Communications 256,251
Education 593,548
Consumer Services 459,300
Agriculture, Natural Resources, 388,916
Related Manufacturing & Services**
Transportation 300,857
Utilities 28,330
Social Services & Organizations 249,426
Miscellaneous Residual Accounts 0
Grand Total 9,391,709
Source: Implan data for Florida (MIG, Inc., 2005)


Direct Value Added


Share (%) Mn$* Share (%)


8.6%
15.9%
10.5%
6.5%
8.0%
1.5%
3.8%
7.5%
10.1%
3.4%
2.7%
6.3%
4.9%

4.1%

3.2%
0.3%
2.7%
0.0%
100.0%


82,459
73,327
45,251
41,781
40,868
39,196
36,490
35,273
31,565
26,681
25,131
25,064
20,616


14.2%
12.7%
7.8%
7.2%
7.1%
6.8%
6.3%
6.1%
5.5%
4.6%
4.3%
4.3%
3.6%


19,169 3.3%


18,481
10,463
7,230
-135
578,910


3.2%
1.8%
1.2%
0.0%
100.0%


* Values expressed in 2005 dollars using GDP implicit price deflator (US Commerce Dept.).
** Note: amounts for agriculture, natural resources, related manufacturing and services netted-out
of other industry groups.




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