How The United States Farms Infographic
More than 33% of U.S. land is used for pasture—by far the largest land-use type in the contiguous 48 states. And nearly 25% of that land is administered by the federal government, with most occurring in the West. (The federal government manages livestock grazing on 158 million acres.) There’s a single, major occupant on all this land: cows. Between pastures and cropland used to produce feed, 41% of U.S. land in the contiguous states revolves around livestock.
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