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About half of Alabama
Agriculture is an important industry in the state of
Oklahoma. Historically, cotton was the leading cash crop, but this has been
succeeded by wheat. Other leading crops include hay, peanuts, sorghum, and
Livestock and livestock products make up the majority of Oklahoma’s yearly farm
income. Most of the state’s cattle ranches are concentrated in the Panhandle and
northern portions of Oklahoma. Poultry and hogs are also significant sources of
income, and are raised primarily in the eastern half of the state.
Mineral wealth is great throughout the state. Petroleum, including oil and
natural gas, has been a major income-producing product for Oklahoma since 1888
when the first oil well was drilled. The state also mines large deposits of
gypsum, iodine, coal, granite and limestone.
Chief manufactured products include industrial machinery, transportation
equipment, fabricated metal products, electronic equipment and processed foods.
The state’s two major industrial and transportation centers are Tulsa and
Each year, millions of visitors from out-of-state visit Oklahoma to enjoy the
state’s 57 state parks, Indian villages, and historic sites. Numerous reservoirs
through the state provide many recreational opportunities for tourists.
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