Farm operators by sex and age, by province (2001 and 2006 Census of Agriculture) (Nova Scotia)
Related tables: Farms and farm operators.
|2001||2006||2001 to 2006|
|number||% of total||number||% of total||% change|
|All operators in the province1,2||5,080||100.0||5,095||100.0||0.3|
|35 to 54||2,675||52.7||2,430||47.7||-9.2|
|55 and older||1,930||38.0||2,310||45.3||19.7|
|35 to 54||2,035||40.1||1,775||34.8||-12.8|
|55 and older||1,610||31.7||1,805||35.4||12.1|
|35 to 54||635||12.5||655||12.9||3.1|
|55 and older||325||6.4||505||9.9||55.4|
|1. Figures may not add to totals due to rounding. Minor differences can be expected in figures appearing in other tables. |
2. Farm operators are defined as those persons responsible for the management decisions made in the operation of a census farm or agricultural operation. Up to three farm operators could be reported per farm.
Source: Statistics Canada, Census of Agriculture.
Last modified: 2008-09-30.
For more information on the concepts, methods and quality of the data contained in this table, consult the 2006 Census of Agriculture.
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