Thomas Ramey Watson

Changing the diet of livestock to help prevent climate change

Climate change may be combated by changing the diet of livestock, whose farting and manure, along with the feed crops produced, contribute to 18 percent of the world’s greenhouse g as emissions,

according to a new study.

The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), which conducted the study, said as

the growing global demand for meat and milk surges it recommends simple steps to curb livestock-related greenhouse gas emissions.

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I recently read that free range chickens lay eggs that are much higher in Omega 3 acids and Vitamin E than caged chickens.

They’ re happier and healthier too.

Moving away from factory farming seems to help most everything.

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