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Conservation grazing is the use of grazing livestock to maintain or increase the biodiversity of natural pastures and other habitats.
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As methane produced by ruminants is a potent greenhouse gas (GHG), many researchers and organisations have pointed to the necessity of reducing…
The environmental sustainability of our food production methods, and what kinds of agricultural systems might be compatible with keeping global…
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