The United States has a total land area of nearly 2.3 billion acres.
Forest-use land, 651 million acres (28.8 percent)
Grassland pasture and range land, 587 million acres (25.9 percent)
Cropland, 442 million acres (19.5 percent)
Special uses (primarily parks and wildlife areas), 297 million acres (13.1 percent)
Miscellaneous other uses, 228 million acres (10.1 percent)
Urban land, 60 million acres (2.6 percent).
Out of that 2.3 BILLION ACRES, I am not referring to Urban land, Special uses, or other land that is actually put to some use. And the value of those particular lands is irrelevant, as they are not on the market, not available for use. There's over a BILLION acres of land that is not put to any use whatsoever. I would be forcibly excluded from using them.