This partnership is win-win:
Grazing animals contribute to the nutrient cycle in the soil. Their manure, rich in good bacteria from their guts, boosts microbial activity in the soil and increase nutrients available for plants. The natural soil fertility is reinforced, thus reducing the need for synthetic fertilizers.
Grazing animals also contribute to the ecological balance in the area. Their presence promotes a varied natural habitat that attracts a multitude of beneficial insects, birds, and other organisms. This diversity supports the natural regulation of pests and contributes to a more balanced ecosystem.
Did you know?
As it’s been said many times before: It’s Not the Cows, it’s the Cars! When it comes to methane emissions, there’s a common misconception about cows being the main culprits. In reality, the biggest offenders are the natural gas and oil industries. Pointing fingers at livestock is just a smokescreen. Believe it or not, fossil fuels are actually responsible for a whopping 40% of methane emissions.
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