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1 Top five states in the production of major US commodities. Percentage of US production shown in parentheses Commodity Corn Soybeans Wheat Dairy Broilers Swine Steer Share of US production Iowa (18%); Illinois (17%); Nebraska (11%); Minnesota (9%); Indiana (8%) Iowa (17%); Illinois (14%); Minnesota (10%); Indiana (8%); Ohio (8%) North Dakota (16%); Kansas (14%); Montana (7%); South Dakota (7%); Texas (7%) California (24%); Wisconsin (14%); New Mexico (7%); Idaho (7%); Pennsylvania (6%) Georgia (16%); Arkansas (14%); Alabama (12%); Combined California, Missouri, Tennessee and West Virginia (10%); Mississippi (10%) North Carolina (18%); Iowa (16%); Minnesota (10%); Illinois (7%); Oklahoma (6%) Texas (17%); Nebraska (14%); Kansas (12%); Iowa (7%); Oklahoma (6%) Source: USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service (2007) Dairy production is more dispersed across the US than is production of many of the major crops.
It became compulsory for all Member States for the first time and applied to all recipients of the requisite direct payments. It was no longer confined to the environment and included several standards in the areas of animal welfare as well as public, animal and plant health. In contrast to the preceding environmental protection requirements and the GFP standards, cross compliance was to apply to the receipt of all Pillar 1 direct payments and to eight relevant Pillar 2 measures. As a result, cross compliance superseded GFP in becoming the set of standards on which receipt of payments under many rural development measures was based.