OECD and Malaysia: Arable and Pasture Land

Arable and Pasture Land in OECD countries and Malaysia:

Denmark has the highest percentage of arable land covered in the country, followed by Germany and France. On the other hand, Iceland has the least land available for crop growing purpose.

On the other note, New Zealand, a country famous for her sheeps and pasture, has 51.7% of total country’s land as pasture. This is followed closely by Australia, United Kingdom and Ireland.

source: Finland Statistic Department, World 2003.

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