It has been about a year since the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that it would be buying the company that makes the world’s largest-selling beet.
The announcement was made at a time when the USDA was seeking to expand its beet cultivation in the United States.
It was to include beef and pork.
In the US, beef cattle is the largest beef producer.
The US government owns 85% of the US market for beef and its beef supply is used for export.
The beef industry is facing challenges such as drought, climate change and over-fishing.
But the beef industry has been struggling with climate change, a result of CO2 emissions.
For decades, the US has been trying to find a sustainable way to supply its growing population.
But there has been little progress, and US beef is struggling.
It is also an industry that is struggling with greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact.
A new beet company, Alfalfa, was looking to change that.
Its new beet-chopper is a technology that uses water and other nutrients to grow a beet, instead of growing plants.
It has been a long time coming.
Alfalfa was founded in 2007 by a group of US scientists and farmers.
The company has since grown to over 100 employees.
Its beet-growing technology is different from many of the beet growers out there.
The firm has been looking for ways to improve its production efficiency and the environmental footprint of its beet-based products.
For example, Alfafla has started using its own organic manure, instead the chemical feedstock used for conventional beet farming.
It has also found ways to reduce greenhouse gas emission.
A company like Alfalfafla is trying to take advantage of the growing demand for the new beet technology.
The new beet is designed to be used as a feedstock in livestock, and in particular, for beef.
The technology has been developed in partnership with a company called Grassfed Beef.
It is also a technology owned by the UK’s Royal Agricultural Society.
Its beef is produced in small batches, and is sold in the UK.
Its sales are a little less than $1.5 billion a year, but its beef accounts for a quarter of the UK meat supply.
It will also be sold in Europe and in the US.
The US and Europe are big markets for Alfalfas beef, and the firm says it has been able to sell its beef in Europe for more than a decade.
However, there are growing concerns that the new technology could lead to higher emissions.
The carbon footprint of the beef used to make the new product is 10 times greater than the carbon footprint for conventional beef.
A report published in December 2016 by a US environmental advocacy group called Carbon Tracker said that it was “extremely likely” that Alfalfamels new beet will contribute more to climate change than conventional beef, with emissions equivalent to the emissions of the world coal industry.
The UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have both expressed concerns about the new production method, but both agencies have been slow to take action.
It remains to be seen whether Alfalfahas new beet can help feed the growing beef demand.
But Alfalfaa is hoping that its new technology can help the UK feed its growing beef appetite.