The Great State: Idaho

Idaho is a state full of diversity in the agriculture industry. It is a state known for producing sweet corn, alfalfa, and carrot, onion, turnip and lettuce seeds. They also produce grapes, and house over 1,500 wineries. Idaho is also known for potatoes, hops, sugarbeets, plums, prunes and mint. Idaho is ranked in the top 25 states for agriculture production.

Capital: Boise

Population: 1,546,182

Founded: July 3, 1890 (Idaho was the 43rd state)

State Bird: Mountain Bluebird

State Tree: Western White Pine

State Flower: Syringa

State Flag:


Largest City: Boise

Nickname: Gem State


Farm Facts:

Number of Farms: 25,700

Average Farm Size: 454 acres

Total Farmland: 11.5 million acres


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