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A major industry in Pennsylvania is Agriculture. There are almost sixty thousand farms producing. They produce on nearly eight million acres of land. Pennsylvania ranks in the top ten in production for the following items.
Agarius mushrooms ranked number one producing over sixty percent of the nation’s supply
Apple ranked fourth in the nation for production
Christmas tree production ranked fourth in the nation for production
Dairy sales ranked fifth in the nation
Grape production ranks fifth in the nation
Winemaking ranks seventh in the nation.
Dairy farming is the largest agriculture product in the state’s industry. The livestock raising equates to almost sixty-eight percent of the state's farm income. The high dairy production ranks the state fourth in milk and ice cream production. Pennsylvania produces the following crops
Corn used for grain (almost seventeen thousand farm producing)
Corn used for silage or greenchop (almost ten thousand farms producing)
Wheat used for grain (over four thousand farms producing)
Oats used for grain (over four thousand five hundred farms producing)
Barley used for grain (over two thousand six hundred farms producing)
Sorghum used for grain (seventy-five farms producing)
Sorghum used silage or greenchop (over five hundred farms producing)
Soybeans for beans (over seven thousand seven hundred farms producing)
Edible dry beans (twenty-one farms producing)
Tobacco (over one thousand three hundred farms producing)
Sunflower seed (thirty farms producing)
Vegetables (over three thousand nine hundred farms producing)
Potatoes (over one thousand three hundred farms producing)
Sweet Potatoes (ninety-three farms producing)
Orchards (over two thousand two hundred farms producing)
Supporting the supplies and crops of farming requires freight transportation of goods. Farm assets such as equipment, feed, seed, or crops are shipped in and out daily or seasonally. These freight costs impact the profitability of a farm. We work with suppliers and growers to minimize the expenses of shipping supplies. Our carriers support every location, ranch, or farm in Pennsylvania.
Indiana is a mostly flat state with industries in agriculture and steel. With well-maintained roads, much of Indiana freight shipping is done via truck. The railroad system in this state is extensive and also well-maintained. Because there is large international airport, most goods will need to be trucked out of state for air shipping. A large of amount of Indiana freight shipping also moves by water due to the fact that the state borders the Mississippi River as well as the Great Lakes. With plenty of freight moving in and out of the state, Indiana freight rates are very economical.