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Yucatán is a state located in southeastern Mexico that has a diverse agricultural sector. Here are the top 10 agricultural products of Yucatán, along with approximate acreage and revenue:

  1. Honey: Yucatán is the largest honey-producing state in Mexico, and its honey is considered some of the best in the world. The state produces around 40,000 tons of honey per year, generating an estimated revenue of $120 million USD.

  2. Citrus: Yucatán produces a variety of citrus fruits, including oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruits. The state has approximately 22,000 hectares of citrus plantations, generating an estimated revenue of $30 million USD.

  3. Henequen: This plant is used to make sisal, a strong fiber used in the production of rope, twine, and other products. Yucatán has approximately 40,000 hectares of henequen plantations, generating an estimated revenue of $10 million USD.

  4. Maize: Maize is a staple crop in Mexico, and Yucatán is no exception. The state has approximately 70,000 hectares of maize fields, generating an estimated revenue of $40 million USD.

  5. Beans: Another staple crop in Mexico, beans are an important part of the Yucatecan diet. The state has approximately 15,000 hectares of bean fields, generating an estimated revenue of $10 million USD.

  6. Cattle: Yucatán is home to approximately 1.6 million head of cattle, making it one of the top cattle-producing states in Mexico. Cattle ranching generates an estimated revenue of $30 million USD.

  7. Pork: Pig farming is also an important part of Yucatán's agricultural industry. The state produces approximately 75,000 tons of pork per year, generating an estimated revenue of $60 million USD.

  8. Poultry: Yucatán is one of the top poultry-producing states in Mexico, with an estimated production of 240,000 tons of chicken per year. Poultry farming generates an estimated revenue of $90 million USD.

  9. Melons: Yucatán's warm climate and abundant water supply make it an ideal location for growing melons. The state has approximately 6,000 hectares of melon fields, generating an estimated revenue of $20 million USD.

  10. Tomatoes: Yucatán produces approximately 60,000 tons of tomatoes per year, generating an estimated revenue of $30 million USD.

Note: The revenue figures are approximate and based on available data from various sources.