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US Cattle Inventory Sinks To Lowest Level Since 1962


The ranching industry has been under attack for decades and beef inventory proves it. Our food producing industry is under egregious attack by Technocrats and their environmental minions at all levels: Water, seeds, land, fertilizer, mandates, etc. Government meddling needs to be halted to stop the decline. The United Nations has long declared that red meat needs to disappear – and it is. ? TN Editor

The beef cattle inventory in the United States is at its lowest point since 1962, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

The USDA's biannual cattle report showed that, as of Jan. 1, 2023, there is a 89.3 million head inventory — which is three percent lower than the total from a year ago and the lowest since 2015. Of that number, 38.3 million cows and heifers have calved.

Additionally, there are 28.9 million beef cows, which are those explicitly bred for slaughter and meat sales, as of the start of this year — which is down nearly four percent from last year and the lowest the agency has recorded since 1962.

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