changed little, declining from 922 million acres in 2007 to 915 million acres in 2012 (or 40.8 percent of U.S.
land to 40.5 percent).
The average size of U.S.
farms in 2012 was 434 acres, 4 percent larger than five years earlier.
What percent of California is agriculture?
California remained the nation’s leading state in cash farm receipts in 2015 and produced 13 percent of the U.S. total. Nearly 27 percent of California’s 77,500 farms generated sales over $100,000, greater than the national average of 20 percent.
Which state has the most farmland?
Twenty States Losing the Most Prime Farmland 1992-1997
- Texas Map: Agriculture is the second largest industry in Texas and the nation’s second-leading agricultural-producing state.
- Ohio Map: Ohio has 80,000 farms, averaging 186 acres each.
- Georgia Map:
- North Carolina Map:
What percentage of Kansas is farmland?
|States by percentage of farmland – 2004|
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Which country has the most farmland?
Agriculture > Arable land > Hectares: Countries Compared
|1||United States||174.45 million hectares|
|2||India||159.65 million hectares|
|3||Russia||121.78 million hectares|
|4||China||103.4 million hectares|
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What state has the cheapest farmland?
Sale Prices for 17 States Show Tight Farmland Market
- Iowa. Iowa saw less ag land being sold last year than normal.
- Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio. The trend of less land on the market continues in the eastern Corn Belt states.
- Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota.
- Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas.
What is California known for producing?
Crops include grapes, almonds, strawberries, oranges and walnuts. California produces almost all of the country’s almonds, apricots, dates, figs, kiwi fruit, nectarines, olives, pistachios, prunes, and walnuts. It leads in the production of avocados, grapes, lemons, melons, peaches, plums, and strawberries.
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