The newest Census of Agriculture shows there are fewer people working off-farm in Alberta.
The Census says in 2015, 47.3 percent of farmers had an off-farm job, compared to 53 percent in 2010.
Alberta also has the second highest percentage of women who operate farms at 30.8 percent, behind only B.C. The national rate is 28.7 percent.
The Census also says one in four Alberta farms is incorporated.
There is also an increase in younger and older farmers, but a decrease in the group in between.
Under-35 people made up 8.5 percent of Alberta farmers in 2016, while 56.5 percent of producers were 55 and older.
The percentage of those age 35 to 54 dropped from 43 to 35 percent.
The Census also shows Alberta has the second-biggest total farm area in the country.
Saskatchewan is first on the list.