While there are only about 500 farms in Alaska, the state certainly does grow agricultural products. Alaskan farmers raise chickens, hogs, sheep, and lambs. Milk is the most valuable livestock commodity. Alaska also produces greenhouse and nursery products. Hay, potatoes, lettuce, barley, and cabbage are just a few other commodities that are produced in Alaska.
Since Alaska receives almost constant sunlight during the summer, the crops grown there can reach huge proportions. Carrots, rutabagas, turnips, kale, cantaloupe, celery, and kohlrabi have also been found to thrive in Alaskan soils. Additionally, peony flowers might be raised as crops for sale as cut flowers in the future.
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