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Sustainable Meat Production Goes Hand in Hand with Renewable Land Management

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  • Grazing cattle are important for optimal ecosystem functioning. Densely congregated animals moved frequently is best
  • When properly managed, cattle do not promote climate change. The EPA has quantified the total impact of all domesticated grazing animals as contributing about two percent of greenhouse gases to the total climate change picture
  • Mob grazing fosters the composting that takes place naturally in a pasture-range land environment, thereby accelerating the building of fertile topsoil and positively impacting the water cycle

By Dr. Mercola

Whether you believe it's beneficial to eat beef or not, how it's raised has a significant impact on human health and the environment. Nicolette Hahn Niman has an interesting skill set that has allowed her to see the issue of how we raise livestock from many different perspectives.  

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