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The Grain Belt comprises the prairie-region states across the northern Midwest of the United States, a region that produces much of the world's grain and soybeans. This area includes most of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, all of Iowa, and parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, and Kansas.
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