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Agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting GDP by State Change Index (YR 2014 = 100) in 2018

RankStateFIPS CodeIndex (2014=100)
1District of Columbia11000296.869
2Kentucky21000184.074
3Alabama01000169.470
4Illinois17000163.980
5Mississippi28000162.582
6Wyoming56000161.355
7Arizona04000157.369
8Utah49000156.330
9Texas48000153.145
10California06000143.309
11Ohio39000143.197
12Indiana18000143.120
13West Virginia54000136.844
14Arkansas05000135.345
15Washington53000132.322
16Michigan26000128.700
17Idaho16000128.257
18Montana30000126.740
19Georgia13000126.404
20South Dakota46000125.185
21Wisconsin55000124.699
22Nevada32000123.078
23Oregon41000121.075
24North Carolina37000119.787
25Colorado08000119.334
26Iowa19000119.310
27Nebraska31000118.578
28New Mexico35000117.781
29Oklahoma40000117.543
30Hawaii15000117.079
31Vermont50000115.940
32New Jersey34000115.393
33Tennessee47000115.161
34New York36000115.020
35Virginia51000114.963
36New Hampshire33000114.788
37Maine23000112.212
38Maryland24000112.045
39Connecticut09000111.834
40Pennsylvania42000111.593
41Missouri29000109.831
42Florida12000106.328
43South Carolina45000105.699
44Kansas2000099.744
45Louisiana2200098.496
46North Dakota3800095.603
47Minnesota2700089.831
48Alaska0200074.943
49Massachusetts2500073.857
50Delaware100000.000
50Rhode Island440000.000

Data Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

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