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CHILDHOOD AGRICULTURAL INJURY PREVENTION INITIATIVE

Minority Farm Operator Childhood Agricultural Injury Survey (M-CAIS) Results

M-CAIS Demographics Tables - Hispanic Operated Farms

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Demographic data include estimates of the number of youth less than 20 years of age on Hispanic operated farms. This includes the number of youth living on the farm, the number of youth hired to work on a farm, and visiting youth. The distribution of youth by age, sex, region, type of farm, and whether a household youth worked on the farm is provided when possible. Detailed demographic data (e.g., age, sex) were not collected for youth visiting the farm.

National estimates of all youth (<20 years) on all Hispanic operated U.S. farms by:

type of youth (pdf, excel)
type of youth and region (pdf, excel)
type of youth and farm type (pdf, excel)

National estimates of household youth (<20 years) on Hispanic operated U.S. farms by:

farm type and sex (pdf, excel)
farm type and age group (pdf, excel)

National estimates of working youth (<20 years) on all Hispanic operated U.S. farms by:

type of youth and region (pdf, excel)
type of youth and sex (pdf, excel)
type of youth and age group (pdf, excel)
farm type and type of youth (pdf, excel)
farm type and sex (pdf, excel)
farm type and age group (pdf, excel)

National estimates of working household youth (<20 years) on Hispanic operated U.S. farms by:

farm type and sex (pdf, excel)
farm type and age group (pdf, excel)

National estimates of hired youth (<20 years) on Hispanic operated U.S. farms by:

farm type and sex (pdf, excel)
farm type and age group (pdf, excel)

 
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