Our mission is to educate and inspire farmers, ranchers, and consumers about the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and biodiversity in our food systems.

Cows do not directly compete with humans for food, as they are typically raised for meat and dairy production, while humans primarily consume plant-based food such as grains, fruits and vegetables. However, the land and resources used to raise cows for meat and dairy production can compete with land used for growing food for human consumption.

For example, a significant amount of land and water resources are used to grow feed for cows, such as corn, soybeans, and alfalfa. These crops are also used to feed other livestock and as food for human consumption. In some regions, the expansion of industrial-scale livestock production can lead to the displacement of small-scale farmers and the conversion of land used for food production to land used for animal feed production.

Additionally, the production of beef and other livestock products contributes to deforestation, water and air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and other environmental impacts. These issues can exacerbate food insecurity, as well as contribute to climate change which affects global food production.

It is important to consider the land and resource use associated with livestock production, and to implement sustainable and regenerative farming practices that can help to minimize these impacts, such as agroforestry, and holistic management.