This butterfly farm in Florida is the most anticipated farm in the country, and the most expensive, according to a new study.
Anticipating the high cost of a butterfly farm, this farm in Orange County, Florida, was the most costly in the U.S. in 2016, according a study by the National Agricultural Marketing Service.
Butterfly Farm was one of the top five most anticipated farms in the United States in 2016 according to the survey, according the report, which surveyed about 4,000 farms.
The top five farm locations for butterflies in 2016 were: Florida: Falls Church, Florida; Orlando: Pamperdock, Florida.
Georgia: Atlanta, Georgia; Atlanta: Eagle Rock, Georgia.
Kentucky: Louisville, Kentucky; Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Maryland: Baltimore, Maryland; Baltimore: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Maryland.
Montana: Montana, Montana; Bitterroot, Montana. Nebraska: Sioux Falls, Nebraska; Lincoln, Nebraska.
New Mexico: Santa Fe, New Mexico; Santa Fe: Baja California Brewing, New York.
Nevada: Las Vegas, Nevada; Las Vegas: Rome’s Hotel and Casino, Nevada.
North Dakota: Nanaimo, British Columbia; New Brunswick: New Brunswick, New Brunswick. Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Okla.: Myrtle Beach, Florida Oregon: Portland, Oregon; Portland: Bergstrom Brewing, California.
South Carolina: Greenville, South Carolina; Greenville: Crowne Plaza Hotel & Casino, South South Carolina.
Tennessee: Tullahoma, Tennessee; Tullahomas: Northside Tavern, Tennessee.
Texas: Austin, Texas; Austin: The Club, Texas.
Utah: Salt Lake City, Utah; Salt Lake: Pantry Pub, Utah.
Vermont: Harrisonburg, Virginia; Harrison: Fiddlehead Restaurant, Virginia.
Virginia Beach: Virginia Beach, Virginia