A chicken tractor on steroids: Using chickens to build your soil

It’s a not uncommon argument in environmental circles to hear that animal husbandry is inherently inefficient. After all, when you feed animals on grains and other food that could instead go to feed humans, you inevitably end up losing calories and expending more energy than you otherwise would for the same amount of plant-based food. There’s a lot to be said for that argument. And Lloyd certainly seemed convinced by George Monbiot’s recent arguments in…

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A chicken tractor on steroids: Using chickens to build your soil

It’s a not uncommon argument in environmental circles to hear that animal husbandry is inherently inefficient. After all, when you feed animals on grains and other food that could instead go to feed humans, you inevitably end up losing calories and expending more energy than you otherwise would for the same amount of plant-based food. There’s a lot to be said for that argument. And Lloyd certainly seemed convinced by George Monbiot’s recent arguments in…

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