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For corn, the top 5 producing states in 2010 were:



(million bushels)Production

(million tonnes)Iowa2,15358.6Illinois1,94752.99Nebraska1,46939.98Minnesota1,29235.16Indiana89824.44

For soybean, the top 5 producing states in 2010 were:



(million bushels)Production

(million tonnes)Iowa496.2313.51Illinois466.0812.68Minnesota328.958.95Nebraska267.757.29Indiana258.517.04

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