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    Default White House Looks To Regulate Cow Flatulence

    Your Tax Dollars support this EPA crap! Thank you Pres Nixon for the EPA



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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    Your Tax Dollars support this EPA crap! Thank you Pres Nixon for the EPA



    http://dailycaller.com/2014/03/28/wh...limate-agenda/
    Yeah, there is no responsibility with the people actually doing this, it's someone elses fault!
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    The government's ignorance about these kinds of things is huge. My mind always goes back to them saying that we/they needed to get rid of some cattle guards ( they had no idea that cattle guards were not humans ).
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    Michele Obama will support this ... drink soymilk, and stop eating beef. What's not to like?
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    While the WH seeks to regulate cow flatulence, the mod's here must seek everyday to regulate poster's flatulence. My money's on the WH.

    Sorry mod's....Beer and mexican food regards, JD

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    This is the closest I could find for what you are talking about. http://www2.epa.gov/enforcement/nati...ace-and-ground

    In essence it is seeking to keep animal waste from getting into ground water supplies on large capacity industry farms that keep animals indoors for their lives. The typical solution for the animal waste problem is to drain it into waste ponds where it can sit and ferment. Leaching into the ground and causing an array of health issues. If you got anything in regards to cow farts I would like to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henlee View Post
    This is the closest I could find for what you are talking about. http://www2.epa.gov/enforcement/nati...ace-and-ground

    In essence it is seeking to keep animal waste from getting into ground water supplies on large capacity industry farms that keep animals indoors for their lives. The typical solution for the animal waste problem is to drain it into waste ponds where it can sit and ferment. Leaching into the ground and causing an array of health issues. If you got anything in regards to cow farts I would like to see it.
    I don't know if it's being talked about for this country but Google "cows methane gas garlic". I saw a small quote about this in the last few days but I don't remember where. When I googled it some links came up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charly_t View Post
    I don't know if it's being talked about for this country but Google "cows methane gas garlic". I saw a small quote about this in the last few days but I don't remember where. When I googled it some links came up.
    That was interesting, but I didn't see a proposal for new regulations in there. There is an EPA program where they will meet with industry leaders to develop voluntary practices to reduce pollution.
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    I read of another proposal to collect Methane from dairy farms to sell as fuel, but that same article said that it was not of a high enough.... There is no way to finish this sentence without it being very funny on a juvenile level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henlee View Post
    That was interesting, but I didn't see a proposal for new regulations in there. There is an EPA program where they will meet with industry leaders to develop voluntary practices to reduce pollution.
    I tried to find where I read that little blurb so I could tell you but I did not have any luck. I remember that it had a cow that looked like one of the milking breeds and I had to laugh at the whole thing because as a farm raised person I can tell you that milk does not taste very good from a cow that has been eating onions. I can't help but think if a cow had been eating garlic that it would be even worse. Maybe some people would like it.
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