I agree it's short term. And it's also over hyped like most things. But I also know it's true enough thats it's bad at least for poultry. I drive by the plant that would be slaughtering a quarter million birds a day. Its setting idle and has been for almost two weeks. That's a fact and I see it myself. I havent watched 10 minutes of media since all this started. And many here may not know much about them but I have also raised the chickens they use for broilers. They are a cross breed that if not slaughtered on time they die via their legs breaking from the weight or their hearts stopping. (They are called a "cobb 500" if you want to fact check.) I've raised them myself. They are broiler weight by 7 weeks (a normal chicken is broiler weight at 16 or more and only half the dressed weight) The farmers cant just keep the extra birds until the plant opens if it's down more than a few days. It's already been 2 weeks. I tried that with 100 I had years ago. I figured I'd slaughter 25 or so a week. Well after 10 weeks they started dying so I had to kill 100 or so one day by myself. Lol. I learned my lesson. I'm not worried about any meat shortage but I hate it for the producers. They are giving away birds because they are dying anyway. As far as beef or all those animals I cant imagine it would be the same. We slaughter one a year or so and take a handful to market but I have no firsthand knowledge on the commercial side of it. I imagine they will have to hold more and feed more for longer but so long as feed is available it's not the same as poultry where they will die off.