Without cows there would be no United States. If Europeans hadn’t brought cows with them on their leaky wooden ships, they couldn’t have held the land they conquered. Cows pulled wagons and powered farms. But over the last century a once-powerful alliance has soured and most cows have become cogs in factory farms churning out unhealthy food and pollution. Both species have suffered as a consequence. Our brains, our lungs, our hearts, and our children are being harmed. It needn’t be this way. Denis Hayes, lifelong environmental activist and head of the Seattle-based Bullitt Foundation, and his writer wife Gail, found farmers and ranchers who showed them there are better ways. Finally, they lay out what individuals can to without much sacrifice to significantly improve both their own lives and the lives of cows.
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