Annual Greenhouse, Sod and Nursery Survey (GSNA)
Product of farm, weight
Product refers to goods and services (including knowledge capturing products) that result from a process of production. Goods are physical, produced objects for which a demand exists, over which ownership rights can be established and whose ownership can be transferred from one institutional unit to another by engaging in transactions on markets. Services are the result of a production activity that changes the conditions of the consuming units, or facilitates the exchange of products or financial assets.
Farm refers to an agricultural operation that produces at least one of the following products intended for sale: crops (hay, field crops, tree fruits or nuts, berries or grapes, vegetables, seed); livestock (cattle, pigs, sheep, horses, game animals, other livestock); poultry (hens, chickens, turkeys, chicks, game birds, other poultry); animal products (milk or cream, eggs, wool, furs, meat); or other agricultural products (Christmas trees, greenhouse or nursery products, mushrooms, sod, honey, maple products).
The data for this variable are reported using the following measurements: