Denmark has announced their plans to unroll a new tax on farmers for cow, pig, and chicken farts to meet climate change targets.Beginning in 2030, Denmark will officially be the first country to tax farmers for the bowel movements of livestock with the hopes of changing the weather.

This will result in all farmers being forced to pay 300 kroner (roughly 43 US dollars) per ton of carbon dioxide equivalent released by livestock. Adjusted after the country’s proposed temporary tax deductions, however, this will initially be slightly lower at 120 kroner ($17.3) in 2030 before increasing to the 300 kroner rate ($43) by 2035.

Either way, the tax represents a significant cost to Danish farmers, wi

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