According to the USDA, only Alaska and Hawaii produce no reportable acreage of corn. A reportable quantity is at least 1,000 acres. Hawaii, of course, has the climate to do so, but no economic need.
Asked in Agriculture, Earth Sciences, Farm Crops, Corn
How many states is corn produced in?
Corn is produced in 41 states in the US with Iowa being the largest producer. The nine states that don't produce corn are Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. ...
Asked in Illinois
What produce does Illinois trade to other countries or other states?
They trade corn, wheat, and apples
Asked in Illinois, Farm Crops
What state of the mid-western states produce more corn than Illinois?
Since Illinois is the second-highest corn producing state in the United States, any state except Iowa (which is the top corn-producing state of the US) would qualify as an answer to this question, from Nebraska (third-highest corn-producing state) to Utah (38th-highest corn producing state). ...
Asked in Farm Crops, Corn
What are all the states that do not produce corn?
Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont do not produce "reportable quantities" of corn. The US Department of Agriculture does not count smaller amounts which a gardener or small farmer might produce for their own use. Alaska is the only state which cannot grow any corn at all, due to its climate and short growing season. ...
Asked in Farm Crops
Where does most corn grow?
Most of the US supply of field (dent) corn comes from the three "I" states; Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana. Although some corn of one type or another is grown in nearly every state, and large amounts are produced across the entire Midwest and Plains states, these three produce far and away the most. ...
Asked in Snakes, Care of Snakes
Do pregnant corn snakes poop out yellowish liquid and what does this mean?
if the yellowish stuff is sort of pussy then corn snakes produce this when they feel threatened, so if a corn snake is pregnant she could be feeling more venerable therefore produce the pussy stuff more than normal but not just female pregnant corn snakes produce this, all corn snakes do when they feel threatened. ...
Asked in Native American History
What is the strategy that native Americans used in corn growing to produce maize?
they put corn in the ground
Asked in Farm Crops, Corn
Main US states that produces corn?
The "Corn Belt" region in the United States is where the majority of the nation's corn is produced. It roughly covers western Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, eastern Nebraska, and eastern Kansas, in which corn (maize) and soybeans are the dominant crops. Iowa is the largest producer of corn in the United States. ...