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?