How can cows benefit biodiversity, soil health and more?

We're told that cows are bad for the environment, but it's not as straightforward as that. Emily Muddeman visits Haye Farm to find out more.

Much about meat and food production is about scale and speed, a drive to produce more food for cheaper. But it’s unsustainable, unethical and there is an alternative. Emily Muddeman visits to Haye Farm in Devon who produce meat and vegetables for organic veg box company, Riverford, to find out why their mixed farming system is better for animal welfare, the environment and nature.

Cows can actually benefit biodiversity, soil health and carbon sequestration in a mixed farming system

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