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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Farmers to suffer as cattle targeted

As the government begins regulating and interfering in more and more aspects of our everyday lives, using the excuse of "climate change", farmers will bear the increased costs of a scheme to reduce emissions from cattle and sheep.
"Some of this goes to breeding options, some of it goes to better feed options, some of it goes to dealing with the bacteria in the stomach of the animal to try to reduce the amount of methane that then comes out of the mouth," [Agriculture Minister Tony] Burke said on ABC television.

He conceded the farming sector would need to bear increased transport and fertiliser costs, but said the alternative would cost Australia far more.

That's right, we can do precisely what we like, because as we all know, "climate change" trumps everything.

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2 Comments:

  • ....better feed options...

    Grass is a no go?

    OMG it has come to this?

    By Anonymous DavidF, At February 25, 2009 at 11:12 AM  

  • Methane from cattle is another non-problem that doesn't need solving. Atmospheric Methane has been stable for a decade, until a small increase in 2007, which seems to have been a natural event:

    http://climateresearchnews.com/2008/10/2007-global-atmospheric-methane-rise-not-due-to-man/

    By Blogger Paul Biggs, At February 26, 2009 at 4:41 AM  

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