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Using Cattle To Mitigate Global Warming

August 23, 2018

There is much talk about the effects of beef production on greenhouse gas emissions. While that is certainly an issue with conventional feedlot production, recent research supports the notion that certain sustainable cattle grazing practices can actually sequester carbon and help mitigate climate change.

Our partner, the VoLo Foundation, just published an article about new research that showed that adaptive multi-paddock (AMP) grazing can sequester carbon. They highlighted our grazing practices, pointing out how we are working to offset carbon emissions, reduce soil erosion and manage invasive species in the process. 

The VoLo Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports science-based climate solutions through original research and analysis and in collaboration with philanthropic and academic partners. They are a great resource for up-to-date research and data that relates to climate change.

Here’s a link to the article. If you’re interested in learning more about data-driven climate change solutions, we recommend you follow the VoLo Foundation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.