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99% emissions cut from cows when fed on seaweed diet

by Futures Centre, Jun 6
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Preliminary research has demonstrated that by adding a small amount of marine algae to cattle food it can reduce methane emissions from cattle gut microbes by as much as 99%. Scientists from California are now conducting the first ever tests of seaweed feed on live dairy cows, with initial results looking promising.

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