The pie charts illustrate the percentage distribution of different agricultural products in the Eastern and Western region of the country.
Overall, the Eastern region has a slighly more even distribution among the products than the Western region does.
In the Eastern region, meat accounts for 35 per cent, represent the largest ration among the four types. In the second place is dairy, which is only 5 percentage point lower compared to that of meat. Vegetables and grain are the least popular products with 20 per cent and 15 per cent respectively.
As regards the Western area, the lion’s share is held by grains (45 per cent). Similar to the allocation in the Eastern region, meat also makes up for 35 per cent of the total and is the second most focused goods. Lastly, dairy and vegetables are the two bottomed products of agriculture in this part of the country (5 per cent and 15 per cent, respectively)