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10 U.S. States with the Most Valuable Crops

Name the ten U.S. states that have the highest value of annual crop production.
A crop is a plant that is grown for human use or animal feed
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Last updated: November 12, 2016
First submittedNovember 12, 2016
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Value in $
Top Crop
State
33.1 bil
Almonds
California
15.0 bil
Corn
Illinois
14.3 bil
Corn
Iowa
10.2 bil
Corn
Nebraska
7.7 bil
Corn
Indiana
Value in $
Top Crop
State
9.1 bil
Corn
Minnesota
7.0 bil
Wheat
North Dakota
6.5 bil
Corn
South Dakota
6.5 bil
Corn
Kansas
6.4 bil
Cotton
Texas
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Level 83
Nov 12, 2016
Your definition of crops excludes cotton. Or is it really grown for food or feed?
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Level 71
Nov 12, 2016
Mmm....tasty, tasty cotton.
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Level ∞
Nov 13, 2016
Fixed the caveat!
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Level 47
Mar 21, 2020
+halpie lol
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Level 71
Apr 10, 2017
Cotton seed is a very useful stockfeed, admittedly it is a by-product of a crop grown for the fibre
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Level 78
Nov 12, 2016
Surprised that the Southeast was shut out.
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Level 73
Nov 13, 2016
The source excludes marijuana - it seems that despite its huge contribution to the US economy, the USDA can't bring itself to admit it exists.
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Level ∞
Nov 13, 2016
And where would you even get the numbers from?
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Level 65
Jan 24, 2017
I know a guy...
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Level 75
Apr 10, 2017
Maybe not so huge
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Level ∞
Apr 10, 2017
Yeah. The NORML data that everyone quotes are wrong. This has potential to be a future April Fool's quiz question.
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Level 49
Apr 10, 2017
Yeah but I read that article that Djilas linked to and it said marijuana was around the same as almonds which according to the article put it at 15th or something. However this quiz lists almonds as first, so I'm a little confused. No matter what, it stands to reason that marijuana would make tons of money. I know more people who use marijuana then almonds :)
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Level ∞
Apr 10, 2017
We once used some of the NORML data on this quiz. It because obvious that they were, as one commenter said, "out in space". I'm not making a comment one way or the other about NORML's political mission, only saying that their data doesn't meet the standards of this site.
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Level 65
Apr 11, 2017
Jayjaysciz, you need some new friends.
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Level 75
Oct 28, 2017
Seriously, YantheMan.
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Level 36
Dec 17, 2016
Yep, welcome to Indiana: Home of the Corn Fields.
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Level 69
Apr 10, 2017
Thanks for the points! 10/10 with :24 remaining. Only one wrong guess, Missouri.
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Level 62
Apr 10, 2017
Marijuana is California´s most valuable crop.
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Level ∞
Apr 10, 2017
That's a statement that needs some serious backing up. NORML's oft-reported numbers are probably not even close to accurate. Although its possible that more marijuana is being produced in the state in recent years.
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Level 71
Apr 10, 2017
More north-centric than I expected
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Level 68
Apr 10, 2017
Was nobody else surprised that Minnesota manages to grow so much corn? Who grows it, snowmen?
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Level 40
Jul 24, 2018
they also grow a load of beans and tree fruit too
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Level 37
Sep 2, 2018
Here's another one. Would have considered Minnesota too far north for corn (kept trying the southern states: Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi). But then, one of my typos gave me North Dakota, so....
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Level 80
Oct 28, 2018
Okay, probably none of you should read this, then, for fear of making your heads explode: Corn: Canada's third most valuable crop.
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Level 77
Apr 12, 2017
I'd like to see a yellow box quiz which names a crop and then we type the state which has the highest production. This one was "name the top corn-producing states plus three more." Soybeans, tobacco, rice, etc. would add more interest - for me, at least.
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Level 40
Jul 24, 2018
too easy
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Level 80
Oct 28, 2018
One of the few U.S. state quizzes to be dominated by the Midwest!
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Level 17
Mar 10, 2020
i only missed indiana!
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Level 58
Mar 15, 2020
I thought Texas would be higher on the list