The meat industry consumes a billion times as much meat as the average consumer, according to a new report from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA).
The study, which is based on USDA data, found that the US meat industry consumed approximately 13 billion metric tons of beef, 13.5 billion metric ton of pork, 10 billion metric to 14.5 million metric tons each of poultry, fish and pork, and approximately 5 billion metric metric tons to 7.5 trillion metric tons meat each year.
The study estimates that if beef and pork were used to make the average American diet, beef consumption would be 2.2 to 2.7 times the average US consumer.
For poultry, poultry consumption was roughly 5 to 6 times the typical US household, while fish consumption was 2.5 to 4 times the US consumer average.
For pork, it was 1.9 to 2 times the consumer average, and for beef, it’s 1.6 to 2 to 3 times.
The study found that for beef and chicken, the average beef consumer ate more than 5 times as many pounds of meat as they would eat for a typical US consumer and the average pork consumer ate about 5 times more than they would.
The meat industry also consumes a lot of water, which means the meat industry uses more land and water than the country’s other industries.
According to the study, the meat and poultry industries consumed between 2.8 and 3.2 billion metric tonnes of water per year, which equates to about 6.7 billion metric acres.
This represents about 2.9 percent of the total US farmland.
While the report did not provide a figure for the amount of land that is used to produce meat and chicken products, it estimated that if US meat and fish production were to be replaced with farming, the US would consume around 8 billion metric hectares of farmland.
For example, if the US consumed 1.5 acres of farmland to produce a pound of chicken, it would need about 6,300 acres to produce the same amount of meat.
The amount of farmland needed to produce beef is estimated at around 5 million acres, while for pork it’s around 1.7 million acres.
The report also noted that the meat sector would use about 12 billion metric cubic meters of land in the US each year, an amount equal to the land used to cover the size of the US state of New Jersey.
This would represent about 1.2 percent of US land area.
According the USDA, the beef and poultry industry is responsible for more than 4 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions.
The meat sector also accounts for nearly half of the nation’s greenhouse gas pollution.
The USDA report concluded that the consumption of meat and/or poultry contributes to climate change by contributing to greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere and by reducing the amount and quality of food that people can eat.
The Meat Industry Council, a group of major meat processors, processors’ associations, and food companies that supports meat production, said the report is “a sobering, sobering reminder of the immense impacts that our meat industry has on the environment and the health of American families.”
The report comes after President Donald Trump announced the US will reduce greenhouse gas emission from its agricultural sector by 40 percent by 2025.