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How Do You Stop Cows from Farting? How Do you Stop Me From Farting? By Uncle Len, Gone with the Wind

     The unmatched, unimpeached Uncle Len is back, but he never really left, just stopped writing for a while because he lost his favourite pencil. But, now I have found it, let me talk about a subject that I am most qualified to discuss; farting, especially that of the king of farters, cows, the ultimate vegans, too, who are endangering the planet with their grassy gassy emissions, let alone other stuff. I hope that that was coherent. 
  https://www.breitbart.com/environment/2019/10/27/climate-alarmists-propose-feeding-cows-seaweed-reduce-methane-farts/

“Environmentalists intent on finding new ways to reduce so-called greenhouse gas emissions to curb climate change have proposed a novel method: feed cows seaweed to diminish methane in flatulence, belches, and manure. Ermias Kebreab, an zoology professor at the University of California–Davis, led a team in producing a bovine meal regimen containing varying levels of Asparagopsis armata, a strain of red seaweed, and fed it to 12 dairy cows over a two-month period. In a mix containing just 1 percent seaweed, the cows’ methane emissions went down by a stunning 60 percent. “In all the years that I’ve worked in this area, I’ve never seen anything that reduced it that much,” Kebreab said.”

     Seaweed? What do the cows think about that? Have the Greenies considered their bovine, feelings? Cows have feelings too, the vegans tell us, lots of feelings, which is why they should not be made into juicy, tasty snacks, however good they taste.

     Yet, could the answer to the eternal farting cow be as easy as a simple plug? It works for a bath, so why not a cow? With ideas like that maybe I could get some of the money falling off of the climate change hysteria hay cart?

 

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