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Beyond Beef After reading Beyond Beef I would encourage the consumption of beef It seems that what I have gathered from the book is that there are too many cows on earth One way to decrease the number would be to consume them Another way would be for governments to put a limit on how many cattle one can raise In Australia the number of cows exceeds the number of people by 40 percent In South America there are nine cows for every ten people In Argentina Brazil Paraguay and Uruguay the cattle population equals or exceeds the human population The worlds cattle population has increased by 5 percent in the past decade153 Beef has been part of the human culture for as long as cattle has roamed the earth One can try to decrease its consumption but I feel it would be impossible People depend on it and take it for granted I think that the number of people that depend on beef would be larger than the number of people who think it is interfering with grain consumption and our environment Of the millions of animals that live and interact with us here on earth one species in particular has played a unique and central role in the human odyssey The bull and the cow of the bovine species have traveled with us from the very beginning of our sojourn Their fate and ours have been intertwined in a myriad of ways and at every critical juncture of human history We have seen ourselves in them and we have used them to create our culture Western civilization has been built in part on the back of the bull and cow16-17 Eating is an essential part of life We must eat in order to survive It is unfortunate but is also part of the food chain that most people include meat or beef as a regular
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