How are cows even involved with Carbon?
Cows, sheep, goats, giraffes, and deer are all ruminants. Most ruminants have four stomachs, and store their food in the first chamber of the stomach, called the rumen, before regurgitating it. This regurgitated food is called “cud” and the animals chew it again to help further break it down to make it easier to digest. Inside of the first stomach, hundreds of microbes break it down for easier digestion. Several of these microbes create methane gas as a byproduct. Due to the mass amount of cows on the planet, along with the large size per cow, our tasty friends produce more methane gas than all other ruminants combined. And in turn are involved in with Carbon