Clay County encompasses 228,825 acres of land in West Central Indiana. The county is home to roughly 666 farms. In 2007, 134,068 acres of the county was designated cropland. Clay County is ranked 50th in the state in terms of acres of cropland. The average farm size was estimated at 237 acres.
As of 2010, crop production was estimated at the following levels:
Corn 9,482,000 bushels Ranked 48th in the state
Soybeans 2,904,000 bushels Ranked 45th in the state
Wheat 42,600 bushels Ranked 73rd in the state
Other Hay 6,400 bushels Ranked 34th in the state
Have a question about crop production? Ask the Clay County Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator, Jenna Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
To obtain information about a particular field crop topic, please click on the title of the topic to find more information.
•Private Applicator Information (PARP) - Pesticide Info
•Resources for Managing or Assessing Drought-Damaged Field Crops