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 Why is intensive farming bad?

Answer It contributes significantly to greenhouse gas emissions and pollution, and is a concern in regards to animal welfare and husbandry.
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How is organic farming different from intensive farming?

organic farming is where they don't use any chemicals as intensive farming does.a better explanation:organic farming is where the farm uses is more environmentally friendly, but it makes a smaller ... Read More »
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What do factory farming and organic farming have in common?

[1] In theory and in practice, the two tend to be direct opposites of each other. [2] But the two actually do hold in common an attempt to control the endproduct. [3] But the similarity stops there... Read More »
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What is the difference between the nutritional value of food products obtained by organic farming and chemical farming?

Intensive Driving Courses?

According to the Department for Transport, with weekly driving lessons, it takes, on average, 14 months to learn to drive. Intensive driving courses, also called one week crash-driving courses, are... Read More »
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