Study says resources needed to produce milk have shrunk


Issue Date: November 6, 2019

A new study shows U.S dairy farmers have excelled in production efficiency—so much so that the environmental footprint to produce a gallon of milk has shrunk significantly since 1944—using 90% less land, 65% less water and creating a 63% smaller carbon footprint per gallon of milk.

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