CNN has compiled a list of the top 10 beef cattle breeders in the world.
The CNN rankings are based on the most recent scientific literature from scientific journals.
The 10th and final spot on the list was taken by the UK’s Dorset Sheep Breeders Association (DSBA).
Dorset Sheep breeders are considered the best breeders of beef cattle in the UK.
It is estimated that Dorset breeders produce over half of all beef cattle produced in the country.
According to the DSA, beef cattle are the most valuable animal in the British countryside.
The DSA has been working on a new breed of cattle to replace the current Dorset sheep breed, which is estimated to be worth £100,000 per animal.
The new breed is expected to be released in 2021.
The 10 most expensive breeds in the WorldTop 10 Most Expensive Breeders1.
Dorset Breeders (United Kingdom)2.
Dornish Sheep (United States)3.
Royal Canin (United UK)4.
Golden Lop-head (United United States)5.
White-tailed Jack (United states)6.
Dorshay (United Netherlands)7.
Great Auk (United Sates)8.
Great Blue Herd (United Australia)9.
Highland Cattle (United Scotland)10.
Blue Angus (United Great Britain)Read moreThe top 10 breeders also ranked in the top 100 most expensive meat-eating countries.
Dorset breeder Richard Bronson is the number two most expensive beef breeder in the U.K. in the 2018 rankings.
He’s based in North Yorkshire and has a reputation for producing premium beef.
The price of a pound of Angus beef in North York is around £1,400.
The top-ranked beef breeders on the global list of breeders were all based in the United States.
The top ten beef breeder in the EU was the Uli Hirschhausen, who also runs the famous Brescia beef cattle factory.
Hirschhausens cows are known for their high quality, so-called “double-layered” beef.
They produce the top-selling Dorset breeds.
In Europe, the top breeders all have their roots in France, Germany and the U-S.
Athletes in the sport of beef-breed are among the world’s best.
Dorshays bulls, Dorset’s most popular breed, are the second most expensive in the meat market.
The Dorset bull is estimated at £1.2 million, or $1.7 million.
Dornish cattle are also very popular in the US.
The U.S. cattle market is estimated in the $20 billion to $40 billion region, with about $20 million of beef being produced each year.