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It’s A Weird World After All for 04.29.21

Scientists Monitoring Cows’ BURPS In Hopes Of Breeding ‘Low Emission’ Cattle

  • Two cattle companies in New Zealand are hoping to breed “low emission” varieties of cattle to help fight climate change.
  • A four-week trial is starting that will monitor the amount of methane emitted by bulls; those that emit the least could be used in attempting to breed future low-emission dairy cows.
  • Methane is a stronger greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, and livestock is considered a major contributor to global warming.
  • Source: Daily Mail
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