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Old Wed, Dec-12-18, 12:55
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Plan: atkins
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Location: Massachusetts

Everything involved in getting beef to my table is still a genuine contributor to greenhouse gas emissions.

This can be said of everything we " consume" from food to goods.

I would like to know if the original population of buffalo, the herds that took 2-3 days to finish crossing the railroads tracks made as much or more than the current cattle production? And does the cattle production make up for the loss of the thousands and thousands of white tail deer that used to roam the entire northeast???

And at what point will human " emissions" be added to the equation?

Maybe the real answer is to stop the population explosion.
AND to increase the foliage to absorb the waste gases......instead of continuing to strip the land of trees. Instead of burning crop residue, mulch it.

Lot to be said for grassfed meats.
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