Factory Farming

Water Foot Print VS the Earth Change

Not only the climate but the Earth as a whole is Changing Under earth changing context, the water is getting more importance in all aspects. Due to many reasons, the consumption of water is ever increasing and the recharging sources are depleting. High water costs High input/output agriculture is engulfing immense amount of water per …

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Happy Camels Provide Healthier Milk: A comprehensive Response from Julia.

An important environmental point is that “soft hooved” animals (camels) are far more environmentally sustainable than “hard hooved” animals.

The Poisonous Fields

Do we really eat safe food? The reply cannot be a clear yes. The factory farming is producing toxic foods as the scientific findings revealed.  Sometimes I think ‘a day will come when the living people will say “those who killed in wars and disasters are luckier. Eating from the poisonous field make us prone …

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Factory Farming Leads to Soil Erosion

Small-scaled subsistence farming is the key to keep our soil healthy and fertile. On the other hand the factory farming is resulting in the soil erosion and narrowing the genetic resources (biodiversity). The erosion of soil has largely occurred due to the loss of structure by continual disturbance for crop planting and harvesting. If soil …

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Turning Again to the Native Gene ~ Back to the Future

Turning Again to the Native Gene ~ Back to the Future The catastrophes of climate change along with growing desertification consequence in the adoption of new strategies. The industrialized nation’s choice is mitigation strategy while among the native livestock keepers’ adaptation is the best tactic. Unfortunately, the so called policy makers (at all levels) are …

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