There is a dairy farm in Tokyo that made a virtue of its urban setting, raising its herd of 100 cows sustainably by utilizing resources found nearby. Coffee husks from a local coffee factory are a particularly important resource: scattered in the cow sheds every day, they eliminate the smell of manure, a major problem for livestock farmers. Sleeping on this soft floor and fed a nutritious mix of recycled food, these cows live a comfortable life that improves the quality of their milk as well. This farm is a great example of sustainable urban agriculture.
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