We need to protect our food supply.
That means we need to protect our farmers and restrict our government from adding even more burden and regulation to agriculture.
In Oklahoma, State Question 777 does exactly that. This article shows clearly why the government needs to be restricted and agriculture protected. Vote yes on #SQ777.
By Viv Forbes (Earth Scientist, Grass Farmer, Sheep & Cattle Breeder, Australia)
Dr Albrecht Glatzle (Agronomist and grazier, Paraguay)
With assistance and support from:
Howard Crozier (Ex CSIRO Admin, Former Exec Councillor NSW Farmers Association, Australia)
Robin Grieve(Chairman of Pastural Farming Climate Research, New Zealand)
Neil Henderson (Sheep and Cattle breeder, New Zealand)
Jim Lents (Stud Hereford Cattle Breeder, Oklahoma, USA)
Geoff Maynard (Stud Senepol Cattle Breeder, Queensland, Australia)
Don Nicolson (Former President, Federated Farmers of New Zealand)
Pownall Family(Fifth generations graziers, Carfax Cattle Co, Qld, Australia.)
Petra Scholtz (Breeder of Exotic Wildlife, South Africa)
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Keywords: Grasslands, trees, grass, grazing, ruminants, livestock, methane, nitrogen, emissions, wetlands, weeds, cattle, sheep, feedlot, pollution, biofuels, ethanol, carbon credits, forestry, fire, parks, CCS, sequestration, food, fart tax, Mitchell grass, landscapes.
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