This class and pre-lecture material were very intriguing. I think it is very important to change how farming is done to see benefits in both animal welfare and environmental sustainability. I don't think it is impossible to accomplish both tasks simultaneously. The idea of rotating different farm animal species on cultures so that they could have a better quality of life while also using them to mitigate negative impacts on animal/soil health than if they were kept separately is promising. Sustainable agriculture shows promising results when it comes to increases in profits for farmers as well. If soil is healthier, results in more crop yield, and thus generates more income, I believe more farmers would be on board with using different practices. However, switching methods is costly and stressful. We also discussed in class that money is limited and adding subsidies to mitigate the negative effects of other subsidies is not practical when money is finite. So maybe spreading awareness and asking if consumers would prefer to buy goods from sustainable farms encourages farmers to switch to sustainable methods if they know their source of income and living would still be secure.