Ranchers protect habitat for wildlife, maintain the health of native ecosystems, and employ grazing management practices that sequester carbon. Cattle producers work hard to protect air and water quality, not only to preserve the health of their animals, but for the health of their families and communities. Cattle producers in the United States play a vital role in mitigating climate-related risks. And in the face of growing concerns related to climate change, the cattle industry commits to demonstrating that we are part of the solution. The cattle industry is committed to leading the charge to ensure that farmers and ranchers have the most up-to-date research and technologies related to carbon sequestration and emissions reduction. Cattle farmers and ranchers remain proud of their heritage and the improvements they have made. They will continue to strive to make further enhancements to their operations and commit to demonstrating climate neutrality by 2040.
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