Farmers who grow and harvest crops for other farmers can be big business.
But they can also be a pain in the ass.
And that’s especially true when it comes to drought-stricken California.
The state’s agricultural sector has grown from 1.5 million acres in 2002 to 2.3 million acres by 2020.
The most drought-hit states are still in the lead.
They account for about 50 percent of the nation’s farms.
The West has the most farms, followed by the Midwest, the South, and the Northeast.
In some cases, the states with the highest farm debt are in the West.
Some of the biggest, most productive farms in the country are located in the Western U.S. So, how do we decide which ones to invest in?
Here are the top 10 drought-affected states for agriculture: 1.
Utah, Utah 2.
Idaho, Idaho 3.
Oregon, Oregon 4.
Montana, Montana 5.
Colorado, Colorado 6.
Arizona, Arizona 7.
Montana 2, Wyoming 1, Montana