New Mexico’s agriculture industry is made up of strong families, communities, and historic roots. We are here to tell the story of an industry that greatly contributes to our state’s success.

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Our country’s soil, air and water are our most precious resources. America’s farmers are Growing a Climate for Tomorrow that protects them all. Learn more at agday.org. #AgDay24
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What does agriculture look like in New Mexico?

New Mexico is home to nearly 24,000 farms,

95 percent of which are owned by families!

Feeding the economy

Agriculture represents well over $3 billion dollars in revenue to New Mexico each year.

Conservation

Agriculture producers help conserve and care for public lands, including watershed restoration, wildlife habitat improvements, and rangeland management.