Agriculture Across the World
Us and New Zealand
About New Zealand
Agriculture in the US and New Zealand
Overall, New Zealand is a technologically advanced country, though not as much as the US. New Zealand is a developed country.
New Zealand mainly grows wheat though they also grow barley, maize, hay, and oats. The US mainly grows corn, soy beans, hay, wheat, and cotton These countries grow somewhat similar crops but due to their different locations and climates, they dont grow the exact same things.
In New Zealand, beef cattle, dairy cattle, and sheep are the most commonly found animals but deer and pig farming are becoming more popular. The US mainly has beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, pigs, and poultry. Because of supply and demand and their moderate climates, these countries raise similar animals.
COMMONLY CONSUMED FOODS
New Zealand's cuisine is mainly influenced by the British (for example fish and chips is popular) but is also influenced by their Mediterranean surroundings. It's cuisine may seem strange to US citizens but could be seen as ordinary to other countries.
FARMING AND RANCHING METHODS
The US and New Zealand have very similar ways of farming because of their climates and because of what they grow/raise.