What State Supplies the Most Walnut Lumber in the United States?


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As of 2016, the state of Missouri supplies the most walnut lumber in the United States. Missouri's black walnut lumber and black walnut harvests are a major part of its economy, as both black walnut lumber and nuts are in demand around the world.

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Walnut lumber is grown throughout the Central and Eastern United States. Workers typically use it to create fine furniture, musical instruments, gunstocks, cabinetry and flooring. Walnut wood is generally of good quality and is excellent for carving. Black walnut trees in particular provide some of the finest quality wood in the world. Missouri is home to several walnut lumber companies, including the American Walnut Company and Midwest Walnut.

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