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Climate change has a cow and worm problem

Justine Calma writes on The Verge that sick cattle and livestock are a major greenhouse gas contributor. Finding ways to limit disease among our cattle would be beneficial for our environment and supply chains.

“That’s a large discrepancy, especially given how much domesticated livestock is already contributing to climate change. Livestock make up 60 percent of all the mammal biomass on Earth, and livestock industries are responsible for more than 14 percent of human-caused greenhouse gas emissions.”

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