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Utilize fringe land acres

If you are in the agriculture sector, you have no doubt heard or read about cows being an environmental villain because they pass gas – a significant amount, admittedly.

Calvin Daniels

April 1, 2024

How can a cow be a villain in a world of coal-fired furnaces belching smoke, hundreds of jet planes crisscrossing the sky daily, and cruise ships burning tonnes of fuel just for pleasure cruises? One would likely wonder why it's the grass-munching cow drawing headlines.

But, what if the cow can also be part of a greener energy future? Now that is an interesting prospect indeed. There is certainly interest in acres of farmland perhaps being turned into solar energy farms, with row upon row of solar panels installed to collect energy from sunlight.

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