Carbon footprint points to more efficient feeding

By Mark Phelps
Updated December 11 2017 - 5:32am, first published December 10 2017 - 10:56pm
BETTER BEEF: Biddeston cattle producer Ken Baldwin (centre) talking carbon footprints with Carrie Bellas and Susanna Roth from Alltech E-CO2.

BIDDESTON cattle producer Ken Baldwin says he jumped at the opportunity to assess the carbon footprint of his beef operation on the basis it would help him to grow better cattle.

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