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Apples production of the states

2012 cash receipts: Crops: Apples

Rank State Value ($1,000) % of total U.S. apple receipts
1. Washington 2,146,904 71.16%
2. New York 234,543 7.77%
3. Michigan 129,592 4.30%
4. Pennsylvania 128,430 4.26%
5. California 65,789 2.18%
6. Virginia 54,498 1.81%
7. Oregon 34,305 1.14%
8. New Jersey 25,615 0.85%
9. Idaho 23,089 0.77%
10. West Virginia 19,681 0.65%
11. Massachusetts 19,583 0.65%
12. Ohio 19,455 0.65%
13. Maine 12,721 0.42%
14. Maryland 12,025 0.40%
15. Connecticut 10,372 0.34%
16. Wisconsin 9,743 0.32%
17. Missouri 9,625 0.32%
18. Illinois 9,434 0.31%
19. Vermont 8,824 0.29%
20. North Carolina 8,446 0.28%
21. New Hampshire 8,266 0.27%
22. Utah 6,172 0.21%
23. Minnestota 4,865 0.16%
24. Colorado 4,675 0.16%
25. Indiana 4,533 0.15%
26. Arizona 1,738 0.06%
27. Tennessee 1,726 0.06%
28. Rhode Island 1,642 0.05%
29. Iowa 562 0.02%
Source: USDA:Economic Research Service

The numbers listed for "Value ($1,000)" represent the value of the apples in thousands of dollars. For example, a number listed as 450,000 (four hundred and fifty thousand) equates to an actual value of $450,000,000 (four hundred and fifty million dollars).

Note: Data are not collected by the Economic Research Service in surveys for some minor commodities and for some minor producing states for commodities that are surveyed. This is why percentages do not always add up to 100% and all states that produce a product may not be listed.


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