What are the major crops of Texas?

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The number one major crop in Texas is cotton. In 2008, the state produced over four million bales of cotton. The state also produces other major crops such as hay, wheat, and corn. The state is the number one in nation for its production of cotton, hay, and wool. Texas contributed over four million pounds of wool in the year 2008. They use the hay as feed for the 150,000 plus livestock operations in Texas.
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