Adding seaweed to cattle feed could reduce methane production by 70%
If we add dried seaweed to 2 percent of sheep and cattle feed, we could cut methane emissions by more than 70 percent, scientists have found.
21 Oct 2016 - General
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The huge environmental problem of the green house effect is getting worse day by day. With the recent announcement that 1/3 of the great barrier reef has been destroyed due to climate change, many eyes have been opened to see the actual gravity of the problem. Although we put the blame directly on industrial buildings that emit carbon dioxide for global warming, there is a significant contribution to this problem by livestock. Methane produced by cattle plays a big part in it. The Recent discove...
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