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110923 Soya report ENBIODIVERSITY, NOT SOYA MADNESS!
How to solve the long-standing problem of protein deficiency in the EU

Authors: Andrea Beste & Runa Boeddinghaus
September 2011 - A report commissioned by Martin Häusling, MDEP

WHEN MEAT PRODUCTION BECOMES COUNTER-PRODUCTIVE
The ability of ruminants (cattle, sheep and goats) to turn pastureland that is of little use for food production into tasty, nutritionally valuable products like beef and milk is one of the main reasons why people started using these animals and their products in the first place.
Not only do such animals extend the range of available human foodstuffs; they play an important part in the production process, producing manure, helping to work the soil, working as draught animals, providing transport, processing waste and stabilising their owners’ food security. Without them, vast expanses of land, especially in subtropical climates, would be virtually useless for human food production. In this respect they certainly enrich our lives.

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