No. The average human eats 69 pounds of red meat per year, which is far less than the weight of a cow or bull (average weight around 2000 pounds), or even the weight of the usable meat cut off a single cow’s hide.
It depends on the person, but a whole cow is a lot of meat. I don’t think any human could possibly eat an entire cow’s worth of meat per year. Also, some people are vegetarians or choose not to eat red meat for one reason or another, so that changes the average. However, it can definitely be said that we eat a lot of meat collectively.
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