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Cattle can still be part of a green wind of change

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There was a time when cattle were just viewed as simple animals grazing their way through grass and hay, producing beef and milk and we all lived in harmony with them.

In recent years, cattle – or more specifically the methods of feeding and managing them – have become the number one enemy in the fight to slow climate change.

According to the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation, domesticated animals emit about five per cent of total human-caused greenhouse gas emissions, although that rises to 14.5 per cent when transport, production and other processes are taken into account.

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