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  • Half of the funding is used to address livestock-related concerns.

    Clinton Gore Administration Fy2001 Budget Summary Documents

  • By statute, half of the program funds must be used to address livestock-related concerns.

    Vp Announcement On Help Farmers Protect Water Quality

  • So, we are going to face the livestock-related problems, the lack of fertilizers and grains, mainly with the implementation [words indistinct] of rational grazing.

    Castro Delivers Speech on ANAP Anniversary

  • Field said that, while not a lot can be done about birds, some steps can be taken to reduce the presence of both human- and livestock-related pollution.

    The Seattle Times

  • Some foodie activists erroneously argue that livestock-related greenhouse emissions play a major role in contributing to global warming, despite all the evidence that such doomsday predictions are bogus.

    ConsumerFreedom.com Headlines

  • Nitrous Oxide (N20), the most toxic livestock-related emission to our atmosphere, also accounts for 2.2 Bt, or 5.5 percent, of the global total of all greenhouse gas emissions, with manure as the greatest villain.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • As livestock-related activities help maintain a daily inflow of income for these households, livestock economy is a source of self-insurance for farmers.

    The Times of India

  • The study by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) said livestock risk growing as global demand for meat and milk surges and recommended simple steps to curb livestock-related greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), which conducted the study, said as the growing global demand for meat and milk surges it recommends simple steps to curb livestock-related greenhouse gas emissions.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • According to the ILRI study, livestock-related greenhouse gas reductions could be quickly achieved in tropical countries by modifying production practices, such as switching to more nutritious pasture grasses, supplementing diets with even small amounts of crop residues or grains, restoring degraded grazing lands, planting trees that both trap carbon and produce leaves that cows can eat, and adopting more productive breeds.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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