Brazil has the most beef cows in the world Brazil accounts for 27% of the beef cows in the world. Brazil & China account for nearly 53% of the beef cows in the world.

A ranch (from Spanish: rancho/Mexican Spanish) is an area of land, including various structures, given primarily to ranching, the practice of raising grazing livestock such as cattle and sheep.

India had the largest cattle inventory in the world in 2021 followed by Brazil and China. India’s cattle’s inventory was reported at 305.5 million head in 2021, accounting for roughly 30% of the world’s inventory. India, Brazil and China accounted for roughly 65% of the world’s cattle inventory in 2021.