Where in Australia does beef come from?
Beef comes from beef cattle. Beef cattle stations are found throughout Australia except for the desert and arid interior, and the far north coastal tropics.
Beef was introduced into Australia with the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788.
australia exports beef to india, beijing, bangcock, chatswood and bali
This is not likely If there is not a local supplier then they would come from New Zealand Or Australia.
China The beef McDonald's serves in its restaurants in the United States is primarily raised in the US, supplemented by some beef imported from New Zealand and Australia. Not enough of the lean, grass-fed beef that McDonald's needs to meet its standards for leanness is available domestically.
I worked for a shipping company in Oakland California the shipped for Burger King. They shipped Beef from Australia to the US for burger King and that was over 22 years ago. The Name of the Company was Sealand Industries.
Fajitas, (beef skirts in English) come from the diaphragm of a beef.
There are actually two countries that are growing in being beef producers: Australia and Brazil. Brazil is by far the largest producer of beef, followed by Australia and New Zealand.
Both (they drink milk there as well as eat beef) but there are more beef cattle.
There is one major BIG difference. Beef back ribs come from beef. Spare ribs come from pork; beef has no "spare ribs".
Beef mince comes from Thailand.
Beef products come from cows! From the bodies of cattle, cows, bulls etc, etc,
Beef that does not come from a bovine, or rather beef that's not beef at all... it's more of a vegan dish than anything.
All beef comes from cows.
Corn beef comes from cows.
#Lamb #Beef were two of the main things eaten in Australia in 1901
It is a method of preserving beef which originated in Ireland
Almost every country has cows and produces beef.
No. Beef comes from cows. Pork comes from pigs.
Beef is a type of meat that comes from a cow.
Sheep, wheat, cotton, beef,
Lamb, organic beef
I read it was Australia
The part of a cow that shredded beef comes from is the chuck roast. Shredded beef is also known as ground beef.
The same as 1 kilogram of beef anywhere else. Mass does not change according to location.
Beef comes from cows. Ground beef is beef put through a meat grinder. Ground beef can be used to make hamburgers or meatballs or other dishes.
Beef comes from cattle, be they steers, heifers, cows, or bulls.
Beef - cows. It seems to be smoked or cooked like pork.
Corned beef is just beef, but there is a process to make it 'corned'. Beef comes from a cow. Since it is cornBEEF I would expect a cow
Nope...but it does buy beef from New Zealand and Australia. The email scam reagding beef being purchased from South America is a sham and an urban myth.
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In Australia, drought and flooding
Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken, Seafood
it is just like beef, but it is called corned beef because of the corn used to sprinkle flavor.
She did not "come to Australia." She was born in Australia
Beef is the meat of cattle, including cows, steers, heifers, oxen and bulls.
Belgian blue beef comes from Belgian Blue cattle.
harveys uses angus beef i think.How come its rubbery
Because steak is known as a beef cut, and beef comes from cattle.
Angus beef does not come from any part of any cow, but comes from a BREED of cattle (or cows) called Angus.
Beef comes from cattle and almost all countries have cattle that are raised for meat.
In Australia, Queensland is the state that produces the most beef cattle, followed by New South Wales. In the United States, Texas is the state that produces the most beef cattle.
Australia's most popular foods are barbequed meats, particularly steak and lamb chops. Roast chicken and roast lamb are very popular, and roast beef and roast pork are increasing in populariry. Another answer in this section suggests that "Mahi mahi" is a popular dish, but this dish is not even known by most Australians. Lamingtons (not "lambingtons" as suggested by another contributor) are distinctly Australian, as are ANZAC biscuits, but they would not be counted as… Read More
* sheep * beef cattle * dairy cattle * pigs * horses
There are many but it does sell beef, and kangaroo. [Needs improvement]
The most commonly consumed meat is beef.
Beef, sheep, rice, wheat.
Absolutely none unless they are sold.
cows you dumby