Can methane be reduced on the dairy cost effectively?

Published on: 12/20/2021
Author/s : Dr. Steve Blezinger / Management and Nutritional Consultant, Reveille Livestock Concepts, Sulphur Springs, TX.

There is no question that the ongoing narrative concerning climate change and various “man-induced” gas emissions (including ammonia, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) includes dairy production.While many producers (and others involved in agriculture) may not agree with the significance or level of gas contributions of agriculture to the total production, that disagreement may...

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December 20, 2021
I am very interested in the information that is given on Bovaer Feed Additive and its effect ob reducing Methane by up to 36%.
I would be very interested if there is further information on trial work with Bovaer. This product looks attractive but I suppose the economics of it must be considered also
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