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About Agriculture Jobs in Ohio
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Spread across 13.9 million acres, Ohio’s 77,000-plus farms range from small hobby farms to large family businesses. They are all equally important to Buckeye State’s massive food and agriculture industry, the state’s largest industry, which contributes $ 124 billion annually to Ohio’s economy.
Farms in Ohio differ not only in size. Poultry, cattle and calves, soy, corn, pork and dairy products top the state’s staple list in terms of production value, but you’ll also find blueberries, strawberries, sweet corn, bees, chestnuts, sunflowers and more.
In fact, farmers in the state grow and raise more than 200 products, which explains why Ohio is a leader in over 35 product sectors.
These companies also differ in their farming methods, from organic to conventional. In 2018, Ohio was home to 575 certified organic farms, a number that continues to grow as the popularity of organic produce increases.