Apart from the urban cores that exist across the state of Michigan, much of the land is comprised of farms and agricultural acreage. With a variety of successful home-grown crops and a stable agriculture business that continues to be upheld by Michigan’s farms, the state takes great pride in it agricultural advantages. The combination of the largest fresh water coast in the nation and the naturally fertile soil, agriculture and farming have always made up a substantial and successful portion of business in Michigan. Michigan has an abundance of farmers markets, u-pick farms, orchards and cider mills. To help you find a fresh farm experience, visit Pure Michigan farms and mills.