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Panhandle Plains

Texas Panhandle Plains are made up of mostly flat grasslands, and they are southern end of the Great Plains that make up the middle of the United States. The eastern part of the Panhandle Plains has some rolling brushland, but the rest of the region is mostly a treeless and flat plateau. Both the western and eastern parts of this region are cut through by deep canyons carved by rivers and tributaries. 

Coarse sands line soils along streams, and elsewhere lands are made of clays and shales. Overall the soil is neutral to slightly alkaline, and caliche, a soil mixed with chunks of calcium carbonate, is generally found 2 to 5 feet below the surface. 

Primary crops in this region include corn, cotton and wheat, and the plains make good grazing for livestock including beef cattle, dairy cattle, and swine. 

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