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According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the top 10 agricultural products in New Hampshire, along with their approximate acreage and revenue, are as follows:

  1. Dairy products - 130,000 acres - $171 million
  2. Apples - 3,100 acres - $6.5 million
  3. Cattle and calves - 48,000 head - $5.3 million
  4. Greenhouse, nursery, and floriculture products - 790 acres - $4.4 million
  5. Hay - 30,000 acres - $4.4 million
  6. Vegetables, melons, potatoes, and sweet potatoes - 1,100 acres - $3.3 million
  7. Maple syrup - 148,000 taps - $2.6 million
  8. Christmas trees - 1,900 acres - $1.9 million
  9. Horses and other equine - 7,800 head - $1.7 million
  10. Sheep and goats - 6,400 head - $767,000

Note: The revenue figures may vary depending on market conditions and other factors.