It is time for another Wonkblog geo quiz! In the past I asked you to identify cities just by looking at their streets or their transit maps. This week, we're leaving the concrete jungles behind and taking a trip down the dusty dirt roads of American agriculture.

Since Super Bowl week represents the pinnacle of American pigging-out, let's see if you know where all of that food comes from. The maps below show the geography of a dozen agricultural commodities from the 2012 USDA Census of Agriculture. You may remember this data set as the source of the goat maps I published a few weeks ago.

These are dot maps, where one dot equals a given quantity of some agricultural commodity -- plants, animals, whatever. I show you the map, and you tell me what's on it. Sounds easy, right?

1

As always, here's a softball to get you started. 

Goats
Oranges
Grapes
Apples

2

A lot of these in the Northeast, Wisconsin and California.

Sheep
Dairy cows
Hogs
Kittens!

3

Wow, this stuff is everywhere! What could it be?

Cows
Soybeans
Chickens
Corn

4

They're growing a lot of this in Kentucky, North Carolina and... Connecticut?

Tobacco
Industrial hemp
Mushrooms
Pharmaceutical-grade marijuana

5

Arkansas is positively swimming in this stuff.

Rice
Dry beans
Winter wheat
Kale

6

Okay, we've got a ton of these in western New York, Washington state and Michigan.

Apples!
Grapes!
Kale!
Beets!

7

An awful lot of this in the South.

Tomatoes
Cotton
Peaches
Poor health outcomes

8

These are sort of scattered all over the place.

Snap peas
Onions
Potatoes
Artichokes

9

1 dot = 2 million? What could these be?

Puppies!
Horses
Cantaloupe patches
Chickens

10

There's an awful lot of this in the high plains and Kansas, but barely any in Iowa. Hmm.

Peanuts
Soy
Wheat
Corn

11

A lot of these in the Midwest and North Carolina.

Pigs
Horses
Goats
Lambs

12

Last one, and also probably the hardest. If you've ever been to western New York, you'll probably know what these are.

Snap peas
Dwarf Hamsters
Cabbage
Pumpkins

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