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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
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To: Doug R who wrote (3759)5/23/2020 2:01:20 AM
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Purdue University is tracking the pandemic's effects on agriculture on a county by county basis and displaying the results on their Purdue Food and Agriculture Vulnerability Index interactive dashboard. (in collaboration with Microsoft)
California:
ag.purdue.edu

Main page:
ag.purdue.edu
"To use the dashboard, click on one of the agricultural commodities at the top of the table. The pie-chart shows the estimated percent of total U.S. production of the selected commodity potentially at risk because of COVID19 farmer and farm worker illnesses. The table below shows the estimated number of agricultural worker COVID19 case by state, the level of production of the commodity in each state (in bushels, pounds, acres, or number of head, depending on the commodity), the estimated loss in productivity because of worker illnesses, and the percent of total production in the state potentially lost due to illnesses. The map shows the total number of COVID cases in each state. To drill into the county-level detail, click on a state to see a more detailed county-level map with the estimated number of farm and agricultural workers with COVID-19 along with other county-level statistics on production."
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