Salad Bar for Health

“Setting the table” in a novel way that allows cows to choose what they eat, may be resulting in milk that contains more health-giving nutrients for its human consumers. Words Anne Lee.

Anna O’Sullivan (left) and Anita Fleming – trees, shrubs and herbs make up tuna (eel) shaped ribbons of functional vegetation cows will be able to graze in a controlled way.

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