Is there more water used for a gallon of milk or a pound of beef?



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    A pound of beef. Some estimates say that 2500 gallons of water are required to make a pound of beef. This includes the water to grow the food that the cows eat, the water they drink, and water used in preparation, packaging, etc. While a similar amount of water is required for the cow to make milk, the cow isn’t killed afterwards, and so the initial water requirement isn’t needed.

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