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Monday Myth Busting: Livestock Raised For Meat Primarily Use Land That Could Grow Other Crops

In the U.S. around half of all land is used for agriculture. Livestock land use is approximately 70% of the agricultural land in the U.S., while around 30% is used to grow crops. However, USDA says only 1.6% of the land used to raise livestock could also be used for crops, so it would be difficult and not economical to transition the vast majority of the land livestock graze on to grow crops.

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