Thank you Resniiks!
Hi Mike I did not think to compare and contrast because there is no comparison. But that is a pretty good concern to many. Actually my family are cattle ranchers down in the SE desert of NM. But checking in with Brad Buchanan owner of Flying B-Bar Ranch, largest grass fed cattle cattle ranch here in Colorado, and a close friend, it takes 20 gallons in summer here east of Denver a day for grass fed and maybe half that in the rest of the year. According to a study published by ERIC - Defending Beef claims 8 - 20 gallons and totals 122 gallons for a pound of beef (they have the breakdown of hanging weight, etc. which I think is accurate in yield numbers). Let's call it 200 gallons for a pound of grass fed beef to add generous margin for error.Wait until you find out how much water it takes to make a steak or a carne asada taco!
I trust you will have the same "F* almonds" attitude.... right?
Without some regulation, you end up with:That sounds like regulation.....