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    January 1, 2014 Inventory vs. 2013 Inventory... Compiled from USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service Data
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    Rank
    State
    2014
    2013
    % Change
    2014 as
    % of Total
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    1
    Texas
    10,900,000
    11,300,000
    -3.54%
    12.42%
    2
    Nebraska
    6,150,000
    6,300,000
    -2.38%
    7.01%
    3
    Kansas
    5,800,000
    5,850,000
    -0.85%
    6.61%
    4
    California
    5,250,000
    5,300,000
    -0.94%
    5.98%
    5
    Oklahoma
    4,300,000
    4,200,000
    +2.38%
    4.90%
    6
    Missouri
    3,800,000
    3,650,000
    +4.11%
    4.33%
    7
    Iowa
    3,700,000
    3,850,000
    -3.90%
    4.22%
    8
    South Dakota
    3,650,000
    3,850,000
    -5.19%
    4.16%
    9
    Wisconsin
    3,350,000
    3,450,000
    -2.90%
    3.82%
    10
    Montana
    2,550,000
    2,600,000
    -1.92%
    2.91%
    11
    Colorado
    2,480,000
    2,600,000
    -4.62%
    2.83%
    12
    Minnesota
    2,280,000
    2,390,000
    -4.60%
    2.60%
    13
    Idaho
    2,190,000
    2,370,000
    -7.59%
    2.50%
    14
    Kentucky
    2,090,000
    2,240,000
    -6.70%
    2.38%
    15
    North Dakota
    1,770,000
    1,790,000
    -1.12%
    2.02%
    16
    Tennessee
    1,760,000
    1,830,000
    -3.83%
    2.01%
    17
    Arkansas
    1,660,000
    1,600,000
    +3.75%
    1.89%
    18/19
    Florida
    1,620,000
    1,660,000
    -2.41%
    1.85%
    18/19
    Pennsylvania
    1,620,000
    1,610,000
    +0.62%
    1.85%
    20
    Virginia
    1,530,000
    1,610,000
    -4.97%
    1.74%
    21
    New York
    1,450,000
    1,400,000
    +3.57%
    1.65%
    22
    New Mexico
    1,290,000
    1,340,000
    -3.73%
    1.47%
    23
    Oregon
    1,280,000
    1,280,000
    +0.00%
    1.46%
    24
    Wyoming
    1,270,000
    1,290,000
    -1.55%
    1.45%
    25
    Ohio
    1,250,000
    1,230,000
    +1.63%
    1.42%
    26
    Alabama
    1,240,000
    1,220,000
    +1.64%
    1.41%
    27
    Illinois
    1,130,000
    1,120,000
    +0.89%
    1.29%
    28
    Michigan
    1,120,000
    1,120,000
    +0.00%
    1.28%
    29
    Washington
    1,100,000
    1,150,000
    -4.35%
    1.25%
    30
    Georgia
    1,000,000
    1,020,000
    -1.96%
    1.14%
    31
    Mississippi
    930,000
    910,000
    +2.20%
    1.06%
    32
    Arizona
    920,000
    900,000
    +2.22%
    1.05%
    33
    Indiana
    870,000
    810,000
    +7.41%
    0.99%
    34
    North Carolina
    810,000
    820,000
    -1.22%
    0.92%
    35
    Utah
    800,000
    770,000
    +3.90%
    0.91%
    36
    Louisiana
    790,000
    780,000
    +1.28%
    0.90%
    37
    Nevada
    455,000
    460,000
    -1.09%
    0.52%
    38
    West Virginia
    380,000
    410,000
    -7.32%
    0.43%
    39
    South Carolina
    360,000
    355,000
    +1.41%
    0.41%
    40
    Vermont
    260,000
    270,000
    -3.70%
    0.30%
    41
    Maryland
    182,000
    192,000
    -5.21%
    0.21%
    42
    Hawaii
    130,000
    132,000
    -1.52%
    0.15%
    43
    Maine
    85,000
    85,000
    +0.00%
    0.097%
    44
    Connecticut
    47,000
    48,000
    -2.08%
    0.054%
    45
    Massachusetts
    39,000
    39,000
    +0.00%
    0.044%
    46
    New Hampshire
    32,000
    33,000
    -3.03%
    0.036%
    47
    New Jersey
    29,000
    31,000
    -6.45%
    0.033%
    48
    Delaware
    16,000
    18,000
    -11.11%
    0.018%
    49
    Alaska
    10,000
    12,000
    -16.67%
    0.011%
    50
    Rhode Island
    5,000
    4,600
    +8.70%
    0.006%






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    Total
    87,730,000
    89,299,600
    -1.76%
     100.00%

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