Beef Consumption is Up

The number of cattle in the United States has fallen to a seven-year low, according to the USDA. There were 103.5 million cattle in 1996; at the start of this year, there were 96.1 million. Many ranchers around Dillon have been forced to cut their herds. Five consecutive years of drought here have shattered rainfall records that date to the Dust Bowl days of the 1930s. The declining supply of cattle is coinciding with a jump in consumer demand for beef. It is up 10 percent since 1998,...

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