Maximizing Soil Carbon Sequestration: Carbon Farming and Rotational Grazing

While the potential for trees to store carbon is well-known, fewer people are aware of soil carbon sequestration. It is possible that rotational grazing practices can not only support the carbon holding capacity of soils, but also combine raising livestock with the emerging field of carbon farming. Managed properly, pastures used for grazing animals could potentially offset a large portion of the carbon dioxide being added annually to the atmosphere — with healthy, grass-fed meat as a byproduct.

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