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The Clean Cow project uses feed additives to reduce methane emissions from cows by 25%

by Futures Centre, Feb 13
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Netherlands based DSM has also produced a powdered feed additive through its Clean Cow project that can reduce methane emissions by 25% when fed to cattle:

Mobilizing Bright Science for Project “Clean Cow”

Trials of the new ingredient demonstrate a 30%-plus reduction in methane emissions without any adverse effects on animal welfare, feed consumption or performance.

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