Some of the Agricultural products in Alaska are shellfish and seafood. In the early days, Alaska’s agriculture was not as immense as compared today due to several factors such as climate, poor soils and the growing season was anything but short. It was in 1935 when Alaska’s agriculture began to grow – it has more than 500 farms now which produce different products such as potatoes, hay, dairy produce, carrot, and cabbages.
Although it is hard to produce crops, Alaska is known to catch a great value of fish and seafood. In fact, Alaska’s fish is the most valuable among all other states in the United States. Some examples of their fishes and seafood include: cod, flounder, salmon, king crab, scallops and shrimps.