When global warming is mentioned, pretty much the last thing that comes to mind is livestock. However, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, or FAO, reports that 18% of the greenhouse gases released across the globe are from agriculture. These cows are a serious contributor to this environmental issue.
When a cow burps or farts, they emit methane, which is a greenhouse gas similar to carbon dioxide (CO2), but a bit more of a serious impact to the environment. The degrading impact of methane on the climate is 23 times more destructive than that of CO2. A common cow can release somewhere between 70 and 120 kg of methane annually. You could drive almost 8,000 miles or burn 1,000 liters of gas to produce the same effect. Now add to this...
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