Many people don't believe in global warming. But if you do, you can't blame Bessie the cow for it anymore.
Although, environmentalists have long argued that bovine flatulence was a major source of greenhouse gas, a new study shows that livestock could be good for the environment.
Research shows grazing cattle and sheep can cut emissions of nitrous oxide, a chemical compound some scientists consider to be a dangerous greenhouse gas.
So, it looks like farmers won't have to put plastic bags on the bovines' bottoms after all. And that should make all those California cows just a little happier.