Certified crop advisor earnings by seniority

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

Certified crop advisor salary by state

State Name Average Salary
Alabama $57,480
Arkansas $51,030
Arizona $53,770
Colorado $62,020
Connecticut $38,650
Delaware $56,430
Florida $28,110
Georgia $41,460
Iowa $65,510
Idaho $56,980
Illinois $36,520
Indiana $50,000
Kansas $55,440
Kentucky $48,430
Maryland $60,240
Maine $59,570
Michigan $41,890
Minnesota $59,430
Mississippi $49,410
North Carolina $30,200
North Dakota $54,130
Nebraska $64,660
New Jersey $80,720
Nevada $83,280
New York $44,060
Oklahoma $45,000
Oregon $69,060
Puerto Rico $33,440
South Dakota $42,700
Tennessee $43,950
Texas $26,510
Virginia $45,020
Washington $55,720
Wisconsin $48,310
West Virginia $54,220
Wyoming $51,560

How do certified crop advisor salaries compare to similar careers?

Certified crop advisors earn 8% less than similar careers in Kentucky. On average, they make less than conservation scientists but more than farm equipment mechanics.

Career Median Salary
Conservation scientist salary $67K
Soil and plant scientist salary $67K
Soil and water conservationist salary $73K
Agricultural engineer salary $62K
Biomass plant technician salary $50K
Certified crop advisor salary $48K
Agricultural and food science technician salary $41K
Agricultural inspector salary $43K
Grain elevator worker salary $36K
Farm equipment mechanic salary $33K

Source: CareerExplorer (Aggregated)