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Green livestock

Dawn 13 Jan 2023
These gases are hazardous as they pollute the air, orchestrate public health anomalies, and are perilous to the livestock. If the dairy sheds are allowed to remain deprived of oxygen and sunlight, they will accumulate more GHGs, thereby harming the ecological parameters.
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Cows too stressed out to keep up with global dairy demandDespite expensive efforts to keep ...

Deccan Herald 02 Nov 2022
Heat and drought are inflicting perilous strain on dairy cows across the globe, drying up their milk production and threatening the long-term global supply of everything from butter to baby formula ... Despite expensive efforts to keep their cattle cool, dairy farmers can’t escape the impact heat has on their herds ... Dairy ... dairy farming.
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Extreme Heat Is Stressing Cows, Jeopardizing Global Dairy Supply

Time Magazine 01 Nov 2022
Heat and drought are inflicting perilous strain on dairy cows across the globe, drying up their milk production and threatening the long-term global supply of everything from butter to baby formula ... Despite expensive efforts to keep their cattle cool, dairy farmers can’t escape the impact heat has on their herds.
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Lee Mielke: Butter prices holding high

Capital Press 04 Oct 2022
Cash dairy markets were mixed last week ... The blocks gained 3.25 cents Monday and held Tuesday at $2 per pound, as traders absorbed the morning’s GDT and anticipated the afternoon’s August Dairy Products report ... “People want dairy fat and we underestimate this in the industry to our peril.”.
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Editorial: Help food banks weather ‘perfect storm’

Colorado Daily 08 Jul 2022
It’s an expensive time to be alive. Gas has reached an all-time high. Inflation keeps on rising. Grocery bills are draining wallets ... Walter O’Toole, the food bank’s manager, recently told the Camera that his inventory — especially nonperishable food, including meat and dairy products — is growing perilously low ... How to help ... .
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‘It is unsustainable’: soaring inflation squeezes budgets of UK dairy farmers

The Guardian 25 Mar 2022
... farmer David Christensen in a stark assessment of the peril his industry is facing as soaring costs push farm finances into the red.
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At 83, legendary Cleveland chef Parker Bosley still preaching the gospel of fresh food, eating ...

Cleveland 11 Feb 2022
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- After 42 mostly fabulous years in the restaurant trade, Parker Bosley retired in 2006 ... Reichl also mentioned one other thing ... Having grown up on a dairy farm in Trumbull County, in far northeast Ohio, Bosley was aware not only of the perilous state of our food supply, but also the precarious situation of the family farmer ... (Photo.
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U.S. dairy farmers reduce herd, slow production

Capital Press 22 Dec 2021
dairy producers have reduced cow numbers and milk production in response to ongoing margin pressures and an uncertain feed situation ... dairy herd ... Dairy Export Council ... Global “milk production growth has stalled, and the perils to the production risks will linger into 2022 for many dairy farmers.
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New Zealand's controversial total cigarette ban will save lives - but here's how it could ...

The Daily Mail 11 Dec 2021
An iconic part of Kiwi life, the corner 'dairy' could face extinction because of Jacinda Ardern's radical proposed ban on tobacco sales ... Crucially, the plan will slash the number of shops allowed to sell the addictive product, placing many dairies in peril ... The future of the corner dairy.
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Dr. Mike Rosmann: Behavioral Health Perils Impact Dairy Producers

Yankton Daily Press 03 Nov 2021
Economic stress and its accompanying behavioral health perils are persistent for many dairy producers, which makes this form of agricultural livelihood more troublesome than for most segments of agriculture. According to USDA data, the number of certified dairy producers in the U.S ... The International Dairy Foods Association reported on Oct.
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My Turn: The burdens farmers carry

The Recorder 05 Oct 2021
Farming is a tough business — that’s no secret ... Financial stress is at the core of this issue ... Each growing season brings weather-related perils that can seriously limit, or even wipe out, the yield of each crop. Meat and dairy producers, similarly, have heavy up-front costs, and they rely on good weather to grow and store animal feed ... .
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Rising costs, from fuel to feed, are pushing dairy farmers over the edge

The Seattle Times 13 Jul 2021
From the U.S. to Ethiopia, dairy farmers say soaring costs are putting their businesses in peril, to the point that they may exit. Corn and soybeans that cows eat are seeing a historic rally, fueled by drought and China's massive grain purchases ... .
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Green Party to stand up for An Taisce in Co Kilkenny cheese plant row

The Irish Times 12 May 2021
“No matter where you come from or no matter where your position in society is, you can object to a person’s application for a house or a dairy plant ... ‘Perilous state’ ... for how this specific development will add to the perilous state of Ireland’s carbon and pollution footprint”.
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Fine Gael TDs call for review of An Taisce State funding following High Court appeal

Irish Independent 09 May 2021
“We retain a fundamental concern for how this specific development will add to the perilous state of Ireland’s carbon and pollution footprint. “Dairy production, and the supporting chain of industrial ... “This is a major blow to the thousands of dairy farmers supplying Glanbia.
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An Taisce to appeal High Court decision on Kilkenny cheese plant

Irish Independent 07 May 2021
"These go to the fundamental legal obligations for environmental assessment in planning matters, in particular in relation to dairy processing ... In the first instance, we retain a fundamental concern for how this specific development will add to the perilous state of Ireland’s carbon and pollution footprint.

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