How much does a Crop Manager make? The average Crop Manager salary is $67,073 as of October 28, 2020, but the salary range typically falls between $58,593 and $75,228. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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Schaeffer Manufacturing (Lubricants and Crop Enhancements) - Tappahannock , VA
Agribusiness Outside Sales Specialist (Oil and Lubricant / Crop Inputs / Manufacturing) Do you ... Sales, Marketing, Account Management, Outside Sales, Manufacturing Education: Not Specified ...
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Virginia Tech - Blacksburg , VA
In managing Homefield Farm, the incumbent will manage all aspects of planning, crop production as well as the management of the facilities, student participants and other personnel. The incumbent ...
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FWD think LLC - Richmond , VA
... management across social platforms Assist in selecting weekly giveaway winners for social posts on Instagram Crop imagery in Photoshop for blog posts and organize Research interesting articles to ...
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Crop Manager Salary in Major Cities

This chart shows the salary comparison for Crop Manager between major cities. San Francisco City consistently ranks #1 as of October 28, 2020. Click on the chart to see the detail salary data for Crop Manager in each city.
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City Name Average Salary
San Francisco, CA $83,842
Washington, DC $74,666
Miami, FL $65,297
Chicago, IL $71,158
Boston, MA $75,572
New York, NY $80,689
Dallas, TX $66,637
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What is the average salary for Crop Manager in 2020?
These charts show the average base salary (core compensation), as well as the average total cash compensation for the job of Crop Manager in the United States. The base salary for Crop Manager ranges from $58,593 to $75,228 with the average base salary of $67,073. The total cash compensation, which includes base, and annual incentives, can vary anywhere from $61,302 to $82,746 with the average total cash compensation of $71,368.
Average Salary Average Salary Range
Base Salary $67,073 $58,593 - $75,228
Bonus $4,294 $2,709 - $7,519
Total Pay $71,368 $61,302 - $82,746
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What's the difference between Crop Consultant and Crop Manager?
According to our latest salary estimation on October 28, 2020. The average salary of Crop Manager is $67,073, and the average salary of Crop Consultant is $43,085. The average salary of Crop Consultant is lower than Crop Manager. ( 2020-10-28 )
I am a Crop Manager, which location’s salary is higher, Barnstable, MA or New Britain, CT?
New Britain, CT typically sees higher pay than Barnstable, MA for Crop Manager. a Crop Manager Salary in New Britain, CT is $72,440 as of October 28, 2020; a Crop Manager Salary in Barnstable, MA is $70,730 as of October 28, 2020. ( 2020-10-28 )
Why does the salary of a Crop Manager vary from city to city?
The cost of living is tied to salaries. If the expenses are higher in a particular city, then the wage level will be higher as well to afford the people can opportunity to live there. This is why you're always going to make more money in New York City for example, than in a small town. ( 2020-10-28 )
What are the Pay Factors for Crop Manager?
Salary ranges for a Crop Manager can vary widely, depending on the city and several other pay factors, including (but not limited to) education level, certifications, additional skills, and work experience. Click here to view Eight Factors That Can Affect Your Pay ( 2020-10-28 )
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Last Update: October 28, 2020