Rural land in Asturias has a total of 333 thousand hectares of usable agricultural area (UAA), of which 4.28% is arable land, 1.51% is woody crops and 94.15% is permanent pasture. In its agriculture, herbaceous crops such as fodder corn, dry beans, kiwi, or potatoes, and woody crops such as apple and walnut trees stand out. With respect to livestock, the cattle sector stands out, and although in recent years it has been in decline, it continues to be an important economic engine for the community. Therefore, most of the rural properties in Asturias are dedicated to agriculture and livestock. The most common animals hunted are deer, fallow deer, goats and wild boar.
The Principality of Asturias is located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula, from the geographical point of view it can be said that it is a very mountainous region characterized by being in the Cantabrian mountain range, in addition, it has high mountains of between 1,000 and 2,600 meters, such as the Torre de Cerrecedo or the Naranjo de Bulnes.
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