Feed additive reduces cow’s methane emissions by 27 to 40%

A new animal feed additive reduces methane emissions of milch cows significantly. The emissions decrease by 27 to 40%, depending on the cow’s diet and the amount of methane inhibitor they get. These are the conclusions of a study by Wageningen Livestock Research on the Dairy Campus in Leeuwarden (the Netherlands). Methane is very harmful
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