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  • NinjaKlaus

    I'd rather they have more cows and let me eat meat at a nice and lovely price than force veganism for the environment. Save the environment make cars greener, not cows.

    • Gozzin

      I feel the same way. Humans are not deer,we are omnaviours for the love of Pete! I'm so sick of this vegin /and,or eat bugs crap being shoved on us I could puke through my nose! They go on and on about red meat linked to colon cancer,but how do they separate out red meat from other things people eat,like sugar (cancer loves sugar) and processed meat? In a nutshell,they can't.

  • ttubravesrock

    I'm fine with reducing the amount of beef Americans eat and diversifying to other animal meats. We might even have room for overall meat-eating to be reduced.

  • Sahara

    The study says:

    >The environmental group found that consumption of chicken and pork fell as well, though less drastically, as Americans ate more cheese, butter and leafy greens.

    According to poultry industry sources, total poultry consumption during the 2005-2014 time declined slightly.


    The graph you provided actually supports what the study said, that from 2005 on total poultry demand declined along with beef.

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