No state grows more cranberries than Wisconsin – again.  For the 27th consecutive year the Badger State is again projected to lead the country in cranberry production.  Wisconsin family farms produce more than half of the world’s supply, creating a one-billion-dollar impact on the state’s economy.  Wisconsin growers are expected to harvest about four-point-seven million barrels of the fruit this fall.  Cranberries are grown in 20 central and northern Wisconsin counties.