South Dakota beef checkoff studies beefs carbon footprint

Jan 29, 2010
A beef checkoff-funded study is looking to debunk the myth that beef consumption is a key contributor to climate change. The study, supported by the South Dakota Beef Industry Council along with four other state beef councils, compares the carbon footprint of 2007s U.

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