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Data from 536 United States of America dairy farms were used to test algorithms for milk to beef allocation. A wide range of rations was represented, from pasture-based to large confined animal operations. Variety in the animal classes sent to beef provided a very robust dataset. We report an empirical relationship for the causal allocation ratio (AR c ) based on detailed analysis of farm rations, to allocate whole farm emissions between milk and beef: AR c ¼ 1e4.39•BMR; with BMR defined as thedoi:10.1016/j.idairyj.2012.08.012 fatcat:6z53ju6fdrblfe3unvo6f3dkvi