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For one Pennsylvania farmer, cutting methane emissions helps business

A cow at Reinford Farms. (Brett Reinford)
A cow at Reinford Farms. (Brett Reinford)

Pennsylvania dairy farmer Brett Reinford joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young to talk about how methane digesters he first installed on his family farm 13 years ago have been cutting down on environmentally harmful methane gas — and also generating revenue for the farm.

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