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Corsican agriculture
The Corsican agriculture is split in two : an agriculture mainly focused on livestock (pork, veal, sheep), the cultivation of chestnut and olive and the local productions such as cheese and charcuterie on the hillsides and in the mountains and an agriculture of vegetable, wine and fruit production on the eastern plain. The culture of the vine is the first production of the island. The approximately 3 600 Corsican farms are mainly familial and small, they employ 5 000 people out of a population of 326 900 inhabitants.
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