are what I find most concerning. The fact that NCBA joined this group in 2012, and internal media reports seem nonexistent, indicate that some red flags need to go up. We need support of our industry and it's inherent sustainability as a whole, not an obligatory anal exam, and not involvement in a group that follows the climate change and "social responsibility" mantra.Net greenhouse gas emissions from the beef value chain are minimized on a per unit of product basis.
Angus 62 wrote:Good post Traveler. Groups like WWF know they cannot accomplish their agenda through legislation. But they have found willing accomplices who have a similar goals. Which is turning the last independent livestock producers into contract chicken and hog farmers. By controlling the market they can dictate how you will operate, and you become a serf on your own land.
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