Agriculture and Natural Resources
Miami County is situated in the west central part of Ohio. It covers about 407 square miles or 260,352 acres. There are 12 townships within the county. Due to prehistoric glacier movement, the county enjoys large areas of deep, fertile level soils. And with more than 1,068 farms covering 184,233 acres, agriculture is an important part of Miami County’s economy. Miami County agriculture generates more than $110 million in market value of products sold. The county’s top crops are soybeans, corn and wheat while turkeys, sheep and hogs make up the majority of livestock raised. Click here for the 2012 Ag Census Miami County profile.