Beef and Cattle
The U.S. is the world's leading beef producer and most of the beef produced stays in the country. The cattle industry is quite different from the dairy industry and is generally divided into two groups. cow-calf operations and cattle feeding. On cow-calf farms, cows are raised for the calves they will produce and once the calves are big enough, they are sent to cattle feedlots. Texas raises the highest number of cattle and it's the state's biggest commodity. When we think of beef we generally think hamburger, steak, or Sunday roast, but cattle by-products can be found in everyday items like soap, tires, ice-cream, and even chewing gum.


Ag Research
USDA Economic Research
National Cattlemen's Beef Association

Modern-Day Cattle Drive
To the Highest Bidder
Parker Ranch
The King of Ranches
Rounding Up the Future
Young Ranchers
Rugged Ranchland
Range Riders & Viewfinders
An American Classic
Rounding Up Rustlers
10th Inning Changeup
Colorful Cattle
Cattle & Conservation
Riding the Range on a Utah Cattle Drive
Utah Cattle Drive
Adams Ranch

Teton Mountain Ranch
Colorado Woman Rancher
Mahon Ranch
Cattle & Conservation
Wide Open Spaces
Veterinarian Dairy
Space Cows
Sustainable Ranching
Cracker Cattle
Small Town Cattle Sale Barn
Alfalfa Harvest - Feed Lots

Top 5 Cattle States