“Reducing the number of cattle would cost the rural economy dearly”

Reducing herds to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets would have a significant impact on the rural economy, potentially wiping out billions of agricultural production and causing thousands of job losses.

Harsh predictions are contained in a report released yesterday by the Climate Advisory Council as it presented the government with crucial carbon budgets compatible with a 51% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030.

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