Why is there so much farmland in the Midwest?



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    The climate and ecology of the Midwest is very conducive to farming which is why there is so much farmland in the Midwest. One of the most important reasons besides the weather is that the Midwest is very flat. Farms take up enormous areas of land and it is very difficult to farm in hilly, mountainous terrain. The flatness of the Midwest makes it easy to farm.

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