Let’s proceed to the list of states with most cattle per acre. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you a great review. If you were to ask anyone in the world to tell you a typical American dish, most of them would first think of a good old hamburger, not an apple pie. Italians have pasta, Germans pride with sausages, and Americans can boast about their excellent hamburgers. Naturally, a proper hamburger is made of beef, and we all know where that meat comes from. Personally I think beef is one of the most delicious meats we can eat. I have a tiny little farm, and and I would like to buy mini cows also. At the beginning I will breed calves and sell them. It’s not a new plan of mine, since I have learned about breeding calves for a few years now.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three states with most cattle per acre from their list.
The first one is Tennessee, where the cattle population is 1,830,000. Compared to Virginia, Tennessee is close enough to the cattle population figure both per acre and per state. The second state on our short list should be Kentucky, where the cattle population is 2,160,000. Kentucky fried chicken or KFC is the first association to this state, but the state is also a huge cattle producer, too. At last, but not least we are mentioning Missouri, where the cattle population is 4,450,000. Missouri’s cattle population is double that of Kentucky! If you wish to lose those extra calories after a hamburger, apply for MO Cowbell Marathon.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 states with most cattle per acre.