Wheat is the third largest field crop in both acreage and production in the United States, behind corn and soybeans. The U.S. is ranked third for the most wheat production in the world. In total, the U.S. produced about 1.3 billion bushels of Winter Wheat in 2019. The states that produce the most corn in the U.S. are more obvious, but what U.S. states produce the most wheat?
In 2019, the top three states that produced the most winter wheat were Kansas, Washington, and Oklahoma. Each of these three states produced over 100 million bushels of wheat, with Kansas at the top of the board producing a total of 338 million bushels. Together, these states make up about 43.5% of the overall wheat production in the US.
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Which state produced the most wheat in 2019? Kansas
What is the value of wheat produced in the United States in 2019? The value of wheat produced in the United States in 2019 is approximately $7.2 billion dollars.
How many states produced over 100 million bushels of wheat in 2019? 3. Kansas, Washington, and Oklahoma.