Texas agriculture is an important industry. In 2019, cash receipts from agricultural producers were estimated at $21.2 billion.
Commodities produce millions in cash receipts that benefit Texas' economy. Corn, as a crop, has maintained its position as the highest total value crop produced across Texas and averaged $551.12 million in cash receipts annually from 2013-2017.
Agriculture has shaped Texas throughout its history and today it continues to be a factor leading Texas' economy.
The principal crops produced in Texas range from cotton, Sorghum, Rice, Wheat, Corn, Hay, Silage, and many other crops.
Agriculture is one of the most important industries in Texas. The state is one of the top producers of livestock including cotton, sheep, goats, hay, and horses as well as many important crops such as vegetables, citrus, corn, wheat, peanuts, pecans, sorghum and rice. Texas is one of the leading exporters of agricultural commodities.
Texas Crop Production charts demonstrate the yield of Texas bounty
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