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Burp-free cow food almost ready for market

Thursday 15 Aug 19 9:00am

Associate Professor Nick Paul and his seaweed

A SEAWEED that can cut livestock methane emissions is almost ready for commercial production, scientists say.

Research published earlier this year indicates feeding Asparagopsis a species native to New Zealand waters - to beef cattle could reduce methane emissions by up to 99 per cent.

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