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American Agrian

The farmland of Eastern Washington known as the Palouse offers the richest wheat production in the world. It's furtal soil is the result of a rush of water and earth from an inland sea released approximately 15,000 years ago after the ice burg that was holding back melted.

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The vast landscape of Montana offers spaces for the cattle and sheep ranching industry. So much land is needed for each head that the spaces between small towns is large and Ranches can be as large as 200,000 acres.

2001 Joy Wulke