With cattle herds at a 38 year old, will other meat animal's make a comeback? I think animals that can reproduce in great quanities would be an advantage, poultry and pork come to mind but goats can reproduce quickly also. I think that animals that are herbavores would be a benefit, since they don't require grains. Don't know if people know that chickens weren't that popular at the turn of the century due to grains were not as widely grown as are today, hence the phrase "A chicken in every pot".. Herbavores like geese would be good in my opinion due to the fact that they have good amount of fat too. Also, geese require very little in inputs too. I probably won't get much support on this cause it takes time to change peoples habits. Any other thoughts on this?