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Thomas Flesch, a meteorologist from the University of Alberta, stands next to an open sensor used to collect methane emissions from cattle, at the Lacombe research station.

Cows that burp less could also save you money

Reducing methane from cattle means a reduction in greenhouse gases – and the key to that is feed efficiency

Cows that burp less are also more feed efficient. That’s the initial results of a study conducted by Thomas Flesch, a meteorologist from the University of Alberta and John Basarab, a University of Alberta professor and beef research scientist at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Lacombe research station. The two scientists are using lasers to […] Read more