The cows won’t be happy, but at least they’re not mad. Irish beef is returning to the U.S. market after more than 15 years. The BSE crisis of the 1990s — which claimed 77 lives and forced the slaughter of 4.5 million cattle — led to the ban. But Ireland is the first EU country to be allowed back into the American market. Thanks to growing stateside demand, Ireland hopes to sell between $60 and $120 million worth of meat to the U.S. this year.