Why is the Midwest called America's breadbasket?


The Midwestern United States is called America's Breadbasket. This is because a vast portion of America's agricultural output comes from this area. However, recent reports suggest that due to climate change, lands in the Midwest may have started to dry up.
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Because a lot of grain is grown there. And from grains you get flour, and from flour you get bread.
The Midwest is known as the bread basket because that is where most of the
The Sunflower State of Kansas is also known as The Breadbasket of America! It is located in the Midwestern United States.
Mainly because the United States used to look like this: Prior to the Louisiana Purchase, the Western boundaries of the US were in a much different place than they are now. The Mississippi
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