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Galaxie64
Posted 7/11/2019 12:38 (#7608806 - in reply to #7608598)
Subject: RE: reducing livestock methane


WY, OK
If you think the movement is about eliminating emissions you don't have a clue. The push is to eliminate the industry. They don't really care about Methane they don't like cattle, hogs, sheep or chickens being used as food. They also don't like any kind of large scale farming, if you want a small garden on the roof of your high rise that is fine or a plot at the community garden down the block to grow some vegetables then great.

All that time, research and money is a pure waste and just another ploy to get people to take one step closer to the end goal of total elimination of the agriculture sector as we know it. We are all in the pot of water and they are turning up the temperature ever so slowly.

Hopefully CA can take themselves down in flames fast enough to show the rest of the country what is really going on before it really is too late.
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