An estimated 1,000 hamburgers can be made from a 1,000-pound cow. The exact number of hamburgers that can be made depend on the size of the animal and the size of the hamburgers.
Hamburgers are made from the meat of the cow that is turned into ground beef. Ground chuck is also often used to make hamburgers. Hamburgers are American in origin and were introduced in 1904 at the World's Fair. Hamburgers are one of the most popular sandwiches in the United States.
Ground beef is an excellent source of iron and other nutrients. White Castle was the first hamburger restaurant food chain and was opened in Wichita, Kan.