The Plant-Based Movement To Transition Farmers Away From Meat And Dairy Production • Discoverology

The Plant-Based Movement To Transition Farmers Away From Meat And Dairy Production

Two fledgling projects led by animal-welfare groups hope to offer a lifeline to struggling farmers by helping them trade animal agriculture for alternative proteins. The groups say the shift benefits animals and the environment, while boosting farmers’ economic outlook.

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