By enriching the grazing land with nutrient for the waste of chicken it costs

By enriching the grazing land with nutrient for the

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By enriching the grazing land with nutrient for the waste of chicken, it costs more than use fertilizer on crops.
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In general, the rotational grazing works better in theory than in practice. The nutrient cycle in rotational grazing is interrupted when animals were killed. In order to avoid the waste on the rotationally grazed plots, farmers can allow animal live out entirely of their lives on the farm to get manures. Humane animal production is one of the most important environmental question that we are facing now.
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Article # 15: The Myth of Sustainable Meat Q & A In one paragraph summarize what the author is saying? The author James E. Mc William is trying to express his ideas about the different and the impact to the environment between industrial animal production and humane method animal production. First of all, he emphasizes that the industrial production of animal is a nasty business and it can bring many diseases to human beings such as: mad cow, E. coli and salmonella. Moreover, Mc Williams provide the example of how grass grazing cows emit more methane than grain-fed cow and the pastured organic chicken can contribute the global warming phenomenon. He understands that feeding animal like humane method is better than the industrial production of animal and we can prevent the animal abuse by fattening chicken in confinement. However, the sustainable meat production is doubtful and unrealistic because we need a huge amount of natural resource such as land and space for grass grazing cows and chicken. It does not matter if we are advocating to switch over a non- industrialized agriculture, we are still affecting to the environment, health and economy.
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Truong Nguyen Article 16: “The Myth of Happy Meat” Debra Roppolo November 17, 2017 Author Note Debra Roppolo Debbie Roppolo grew up in the Blackland Prairie region of Texas, where miles of grassland and her horse were her best friends. She is the author of Amelia Frump and her Peanut Butter Loving Imagination, and Amelia Frump and her Peanut Butter Loving Imagination is Cooking Up a
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Peanut Butter Storm, both published by DWB Children's Line. Roppolo's stories have been
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  • Livestock, animal production, Happy Meat, Sustainable Meat

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