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Q: Does North Dakota grow oats
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What us state produces the most oats?

In 2009 they were North Dakota, Kansas, Montana, South Dakota, and Washington.

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North Dakota has the most churches per capita of any state. North Dakota also has the highest percentage of church-going population of any state. North Dakota is the largest producer in the U.S. of many cereal grains including barley (36% of U.S. crop), durum wheat (58%), hard red spring wheat (48%), oats (17%), and combined wheat of all types (15%)

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