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Livestock Methane Cut By Seaweed Feed Additives but Questions Remain

News   Jun 18, 2019 | Original Story from Penn State.

 
Livestock Methane Cut By Seaweed Feed Additives but Questions Remain

Asparagopsis taxiformis is shown here after it was harvested in the Azores. Active ingredients in the seaweed, called bromoforms, interfere with the ability of microbes in cows' rumens to make methane. Credit: Hristov Research Group/Penn State.

 
 
 

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