Kentucky's major industries are agriculture, auto manufacturing, energy, and fuel production. The state's
major agricultural produce includes: broilers, cattle, calves, tobacco, soybean, barley, tomatoes, hay, and grain sorghum.
Horse breeding and racing was developed in the Bluegrass Region due to the high calcium content of the soil. The Paducah
Gaseous Diffusion Plant produces enriched uranium rods and the coal from the two coal fields contribute significantly
to the energy needs of the nation. Kentucky is also one of the leading states in automobile and truck assembly. The Chevrolet
Corvette, Ford Escape, Toyota Camry, Toyota Avalon, and Toyota Venza are some of the cars that are assembled in the state.
Tourism is a major revenue-generating sector for the state.