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Did you Know?


Yes! Eating meat affects the environment and rearing cattle produces more greenhouse gases than the entrie transport industry.


Cows produce about 20 percent of the methane gas generated per year, according to Penn State University. This occurs because cattle have four stomachs; the largest is the rumen, which can hold 40 to 60 gallons of material and has millions of microbes. The microbes digest grass and hay that cows eat to convert it to energy.

This process creates methane gas, which the animal belches and releases into the atmosphere.Did you Know?


Yes! Eating meat affects the environment and rearing cattle produces more greenhouse gases than the entrie transport industry.


Cows produce about 20 percent of the methane gas generated per year, according to Penn State University. This occurs because cattle have four stomachs; the largest is the rumen, which can hold 40 to 60 gallons of material and has millions of microbes. The microbes digest grass and hay that cows eat to convert it to energy.

This process creates methane gas, which the animal belches and releases into the atmosphere.




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