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About half of Alabama
Nebraska’s economy is dominated by
agriculture. The chief farm products are cattle, corn, hogs, soybeans, and
wheat. Nebraska is second in the US in its cattle production. The largest
industry in the state, food processing, is also related to its agricultural
roots. More varieties of grass grow in Nebraska than in any other state, and
this resource is valuable for livestock forage. The cities of Dakota City and
Lexington are among the largest meat-packing centers in the U.S.
However, since World War II, manufacturing has increased in the state, and
electrical machinery, metals, and transportation equipment are important
industries. Oil was discovered in Cheyenne in 1949, and this also contributes to
the state’s economy.
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Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands
Oglala National Grassland
Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest