In order to produce one pound of beef, a beef steer (NOT a cow!!) needs to eat 9.0 lbs of grain and drink approximately 150 Gal. of water.
The water dilemma in the case is often grossly over estimated with many people. The thing to remember is that most of the water that is added on to the production of a pound of beef comes from the water needed to produce crops to feed that steer and the forage needed to feed the cow and calf. Note that this would be valid if water had an alternate use, but apparently this is not so, not on this Earth. Much of the life if the cow and calf is spent on dryland pasture that is not irrigated by man-made irrigation systems. It is "irrigated" by Mother Nature. This dryland pasture that the cow and calf are on is only good enough for producing food for that cow and calf, not for human consumption. The rest of the water is from dryland crops, and even some of that water that is put into this gross estimate is inedible crop residues. The rain that falls on this dry land is not available for any other use; thus it shouldn't be included in that estimate of water to produce that amount of beef.
As for the amount of grain it takes to produce one pound of beef, this all depends on what type of grain the animal is fed. Sixteen pounds per day is good for animals fed corn since it has a lower energy and protein content than other grains like barley or wheat. And what about what's fed in addition to corn? Typically one would think that with 16 lbs of grain to produce 1 lb of beef there has to be something additional here that cattle are fed to produce that amount of beef, like hay or silage, for instance, that is not being taken into account here. Nine pounds seem to be more practical for a beef animal fed on an all-grain diet, but 16 lbs? That sounds a little far-fetched.
4,000,000 gallons of Grain are produced each year
Typically this depends on the type of grain being fed, but, for a beef steer, the average is around nine pounds of grain to produce one pound of beef at slaughter.
One peck of grain is equivalent to two gallons or 8 quarts so it's hard to say exactly how much one peck weighs in pounds. It depends on the type of grain.
You should consume a percentage of 50% whole-grain for the entire day.
Depends on the type of grain.
It depends on the species of grain, though most are from 50 to 60 pounds to a bushel.
Omnivore as they will consume plant, grain and bugs.
Pigs in cattle are very efficient as to transforming grain into meat. The average bovine can gain 1000 pounds on approximately 1500 pounds of grain.
Barley is a grain. You can use it to produce anything that you can with wheat or rye.
It produce pollen grain.
The current prices for grain differ in bundles, pounds, and ounces. The prices range from $10 on up for pounds and ounces. The price for the bundles are about triple that.
A grain of rice weighs roughly 0.0725 ounces.
You get drunk if you consume too much too quickly.
it takes 1 pound of grain to make 1 pound of bread.it takes 20 pounds of grain to make 1 pound of beef.
The pollen grain produces a narrow tube called the corbicula.
Grain milling is a process of grinding grain to produce flour. For this process we can use hand operated grain mills also known as hand grain mills or electric type mills that are semi-automatic.
Corn, wheat, barley and oats.
Hay, grain, stone fruit.
Find the local price per pound for the kind of grain you wish to buy, then multiply by 100,000.
If you keep it as a whole-grain flour, you should get 56 pounds.