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Questions or concerns relating to the accessibility of the FCC's online public file system should be directed to the FCC at , TTY , or fccinfo fcc. Public File Liaison: Mandy Riske Narrative on Methane Produced by Cattle is Changing The anti-animal agriculture movement began by arguing for animal rights and animal welfare, then moved to food safety, and now the Beef Industry Protecting the Term "Beef" For years the Beef Industry has competed with other products as a protein source, whether it was with chicken or pork or fish, and plant based Continuous Excessive Rains Impact Corn Crop The continuous and excessive amounts of rain we received that began last September and carried on through the spring not only prevented a lot Pressure on Agriculture from Urban Sprawl Suburbia continues to put pressure on agricultural producers particularly in a state like Texas where agriculture is such an important part of the Increased Oversight for Antibiotic Use When the first antibiotic, penicillin, was developed in , discussions began about different bacteria being able to become resistant to the drug Grazing Benefits Ecosystems Anti-beef activists maintain that the production of beef is bad for the environment and want to move people toward a plant based diet, however scientists point out Our work spans all these areas and more, because we cannot tackle them in isolation.
There isn't one simple solution - so we work in lots of ways, with lots of people, to make soil a priority. Supporting farmers to take care of their soil - by planting more trees, and switching to farming methods that actively enhance soil health, like organic - ensures the protection of soils today. Lobbying government to recognise the critical importance of soil, for our entire food system and our planet, can ensure this vital resource is protected for the future.
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Protecting our soil is central to this, but to truly transform our food and farming future there is much more to be done. Creating a pesticide-free future will help our soil, protect our wildlife from harmful chemicals, and reduce our own exposure to pesticide residues in our food.
Drastically cutting use of routine antibiotics on farms will reduce the risk of antibiotic resistance from vital human medicines, protecting the health of future generations. Where are you based in the world? Thank you to everyone who made the journ… twitter.
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Soil feeds us, our animals and our wildlife - put simply, we cannot live without it. This is a crisis.
We need your help today. We have so much to do - and no time to lose. How do we save our soil? Our soils are degrading rapidly, at a rate of 30 football pitches every minute.
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Saving them cannot wait - we must act now. How else do we Save the Earth? Saving the Earth means tackling all these areas and more, and we cannot do it alone.