The community of Aragon has a total of 2,217,490 hectares of Useful Agricultural Area (UAA), of which 66.9% is arable land, 9.3% is woody crops and 23.8% is permanent pasture. In its agriculture, arable crops such as barley or wheat, vegetables such as peas, tomato, potato, onion, bell pepper, green bean, asparagus or cauliflower stand out. Among the woody crops, the almond, olive and peach trees stand out. It also has more than 500,000 hectares of permanent pastures, most of which are used for livestock. Aragón is one of the most favorable autonomous communities for hunting. The most commonly hunted species are wild boar, mountain goat, deer, roe deer, fallow deer and buck.
The Autonomous Community of Aragon is located in the northwest of Spain and is made up of three provinces: Huesca, Zaragoza and Teruel. To the north it borders with France, with the Pyrenees as a natural border, to the west with the Community of Navarra and the provinces of Soria and Guadalajara, to the south with the Community of Valencia and the province of Cuenca and to the east with the Catalan Community. As a geographical feature, apart from the aforementioned Pyrenees, it is worth mentioning the Ebro Depression and the Iberian Systems.
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