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Map of Texas (TX)
Texas Agriculture Accounting Services
- Agreed Upon Procedures
- AgriBuilder (proprietary integrated accounting and farm management solution)
- Budgeting & Forecasting
- Business Tax Planning & Compliance
- Business Transformation
- Cash Flow Management
- Financial Statement Audits
- Outsourced Accounting
- Succession Planning
- Tax Planning & Compliance for Farm Owners
- Wealth Planning
About Texas Farming
Texas farming represents a rich and diverse agricultural sector within the state, characterized by vast landscapes and a wide range of agricultural products. Known for its large farms and ranches, Texas plays a crucial role in the nation’s food production and has a significant economic impact.
Texas, often associated with its iconic image of cowboys and ranches, boasts a thriving agricultural industry that extends far beyond livestock. With its expansive land and favorable climate, the state supports various agricultural practices, including crop farming, livestock production and specialty agriculture.
Crop farming in Texas is diverse and encompasses a range of crops suited to different regions. The state leads the nation in cotton production, with vast cotton fields stretching across the plains. Additionally, Texas farmers grow a significant amount of corn, wheat, sorghum, rice, peanuts and various fruits and vegetables, depending on the region.
Livestock production is an integral part of Texas farming, with cattle being the most prominent. Texas is the largest beef-producing state in the country, and ranching is deeply ingrained in the state’s culture and history. In addition to cattle, Texas also has substantial sheep, goat, swine and poultry operations.