In the United States, nearly 100 million cattle and calves (beef and dairy) are dispersed widely across the country, with a greater concentration generally in the Central States.
More cows than people?
More pigs than people?
More chickens than people?
Overall, the number of cattle and calves in the United States increased from 30.1 million in 1869 reaching a peak at 132.0 million in 1975. In recent years, the Nation’s inventory of cattle and calves