Meat farming is a lucrative industry, with annual revenues in excess of $100 billion, according to the Animal Welfare Institute.
The meat industry is the largest single contributor to the country’s food supply, with exports accounting for around $500 billion per year.
It is also a big contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, and the country ranks third in the world in greenhouse gas pollution.
There are now roughly 30 million beef cattle in the US, which accounts for around 40% of the countrys beef supply.
That makes the US the largest beef producer in the country.
The United States has a beef industry that is in some ways larger than other large beef producers, such as Canada, Japan and France.
This is because the US beef industry is so large, it is the most expensive beef that is exported to the world.
There is no shortage of beef, with more than 7 million tonnes exported in 2016.
The US has an export-driven economy, with nearly $8 trillion in beef exports, according a report from the US Meat Institute.
According to the Meat Institute, the US has the largest amount of beef exported to Canada, and Canada’s beef exports to the US are expected to increase over the next several years.
But the beef exports in the United States are only part of the story.
The beef industry accounts for a third of all US exports, and is responsible for about half of all greenhouse gas emission emissions.
There were some key reasons for the beef industry’s high greenhouse gas output: beef is the top export source for greenhouse gases The United Kingdom and Canada account for the majority of beef exports from the United Kingdom, and they account for around 90% of all global beef exports.
Beef production in the UK, however, accounts for only 17% of global beef production.
Beef farms are the main meat producers in the British countryside and are key to the beef supply chain.
The British are very small and rural, so they do not produce much of the beef they export to the rest of the world, so the UK is a major export market for the US.
Beef is the number one export source to the United Nations, and over 80% of beef goes to the U.N. The U.S. beef exports are a major part of a huge meat export market.
About 70% of U. S. beef is exported.
The Canadian beef industry has also benefited from the beef export boom.
Canadian beef is a great export product for the U of S, and Canadian beef exports account for almost one-third of all beef exports worldwide.
The largest beef producers in Canada are Angus cattle.
Angus cattle are great meat for eating, as they are lean and meaty, but also they are cheap to raise.
Angus beef is grown for export, and exports account on average for 20% of Canada’s meat exports.
Meat is also exported from Canada to many other countries around the world: Argentina, Chile, Mexico, and South Africa.
Beef and dairy is one of the main beef feedstuffs in the U and in the rest-of-world countries as well.
Meat and dairy products are the two main feedstacks for many animal species.
Meat production is also important to the global food system.
Beef products are a large part of global food production.
The average US cattle producer produces about 6 million head of cattle a year, and a major source of beef for many meat producers is beef.
Beef also is important for the production of many other animal products, such a pork, chicken, and egg product.
Many meat producers also grow livestock on their farms.
A lot of beef cattle is raised on large pasture land, which means that cattle are used for grazing in some areas.
The animals that are fed on that land are raised on smaller paddocks where they are more likely to survive.
The cattle that are not grazed on the larger paddocks are also raised on the smaller paddock, and these are less likely to have the opportunity to survive if they are not allowed to graze on the bigger paddocks.
This makes the cattle less healthy and their quality of life is less.
A beef cattle can also be a major contributor to global food security, as it is used to produce dairy products and eggs.
In addition to beef, other important feedstocks for cattle are milk, poultry, and hogs.
Beef cattle can be used for dairy products as well, but dairy is a relatively new feedstock for beef cattle.
Dairy cows produce milk and milk products that are very low in fat, and therefore they are important for humans as well as the animals they eat.
The dairy industry accounts in part for the largest meat export markets in the whole world.
In 2016, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) exported $4.2 billion worth of beef products.
This includes more than $1.2 million worth of US beef, as well a large amount of chicken and pork products.
The UAE exports more