One of Ohio’s most important commodities is wheat, which accounted for $246.9 million, or 15%, of its total agricultural exports in 1996—third only to feed grains and soybeans. In fact, Ohio ranked thirteenth nationwide in 1997 production of the crop.
Suggested citation: “Wheat,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 98-06, pp. 15, 06.01.1998.