Researchers investigate methane emissions from cows

Researchers investigate methane emissions from cows

22 August 2019, Schleswig-Holstein, Noer: With measuring instruments on their backs, two cows lie on a pasture of the Lindhof sample. The ruminants produce methane, a climate-damaging greenhouse gas. Researchers at the University of Kiel want to reduce methane production by using a mixture of herbs. In return, they tie the livestock to a belt of experimental material. Photo by: Carsten Rehder/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images

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Animals, Emissions-reduction technology, Air pollution, Air quality, Environment, Environment and nature, Air pollution, Pollution, Environmental concerns, Emissions-reduction technology, Energy and fuel technology, Industrial technology, Technology, Emissions-reduction technology, Emissions reduction
Animals, Methane emissions, Cows, Measuring instrument, Methane exhaust gas, Cow, Science and Technology, research, environment, science
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