The Great State: Nevada

Nevada has a significant amount of desert and mountainous land. And while Nevada is the most urban state, agriculture is still a part of the state's income. Nevada is known for its production of potatoes, barley, alfalfa, rye, oats, wheat vegetables, mint, garlic and onions, and fruits. But its leading ag industry is livestock production like cows, calves, sheep and hogs. And if you visit Nevada, be sure to check out our review of the crazy city of Las Vegas!

Capital: Carson City

Population: 2,643,080

Founded: October 31, 1864 (Nevada was the 36th state) )

State Bird: Mountain Bluebird

State Tree: Single Leaf Pinion and the Bristlecone Pine

State Flower: Sagebrush

State Flag:

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Largest City: Las Vegas

Nickname: Silver State

 

Farm Facts:

Number of Farm: 3,100

Average Farm Size: 1,873 acres

Total Farmland: 5.8 million acres

 

For more information on Nevada, visit http://travelnevada.com/.

 

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