My solution to the problem that ranching causes is to confine certain places to ranching and ranching only. Instead of burning down forests for them to live South america can just keep all the ranching needs to up to three large spaced farms and no more. This way they can still continue ranching but they can make sure they are not harming nature or the animals. These animals can still have open space, fresh crops, and be active they just don't have to burn down more areas but instead reuse the land that's already free and open to use.
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