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What state produces the most wheat?

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Kansas produces the most wheat in the United States, with a production of 276.5 bushels in 2011, according to the Agricultural Marketing Resource Center. The state in second place was North Dakota, which produced around 200 million bushels of wheat in 2011, and Montana ranked third.

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Corn is the top producing vegetable in the United States, followed by soybeans and then wheat. It is estimated that there were approximately 2 billion bushels of wheat produced in the United States in 2011. The top production years of 2.5 million bushels occurred in 2008 and in 1998.

Wheat production is split into five different categories based on the type of wheat that is produced. This includes white, hard red winter, soft red winter, hard red spring and durum.

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