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(RedOrbit)   Actual headline: "Biotechnology Can Help Lessen The Effects Of Cow Farts." Good moos?   (redorbit.com) divider line 4
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2013-07-02 04:45:58 PM
Would that be considered a genetically modified fart?
 
2013-07-02 04:49:13 PM
Yeah for pointing out rBST has no effect on humans.

Boo for neglecting to point out the harm rBST does to cattle.

I thought this was going to be closer to the enviropig and less with drugs.  Enviropig has some great implications for lessening phosphorus runoff from hog farms.

Since we're not going to get people to eat less pork, we have to treat the symptom, in this case, runoff.

//Like what they do with the cane breaks in the Southeast.  Hog farms feed the cane, cane become a salable product with the possibility of being used as ethanol feedstock, water gets cleaned.
 
2013-07-02 05:16:47 PM
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2013-07-02 08:33:03 PM
Cow burps.
 
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