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Cattle’s farming is destroying the rain forest in Brazil. How could we avoid that without damaging the Brazili?

by cattlefarmer on September 6, 2009

Writingcloud asked:


Cattle farming account for more than 7 billion dollar a year in Brazil’s exports. However, this practice is the most important cause of the tearing down of the rain forest. How could it be possible to solve this issue?

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alberto September 9, 2009 at 11:45 am

Your information is wrong. Cattle farming is not taking place in Amazon rainforest.
The farms are too much far from Amazon. This is bad propaganda made by farmers form United States, the former number one in cattle, who lost the first position in the international market for Brazilians.
Only a few guys are trying to invade the border of the forest. Brazilians farmers ara not a bunch of uncultured misers who wants to earn millions at any cost.
Brazilian cattle farmers are making money with responsability, good management and technology. They chose the best genes to reproduce and they finance researches in genetic engineering.

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