Most cereal and meat production in both China and America is concentrated in a few regions. The three regions in China discussed are the North-Eastern Plain, the Northern China Plain and the Middle and Lower Yangtze plain. These are centers of corn, wheat and Rice, respectively. The two main cereal production regions of the U.S are the Corn Belt in the North-Central Midwest and the larger Great Plains region farther to the west. The Corn Belt is dominated by corn production but pigs are important and extensively exported including to China. Wheat is dominant in the Great Plains and cattle are an important associated livestock resource. Each of these five regions is vital to world food security and commodity price stability and thus deserve the special attention this chapter devotes to them.