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Mitigation of methane production from dairy cattle farm by nutritive modulation of cow`s metabolism

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One dairy cow produced an average of 309.2 g of methane on a daily basis.

Annually, one dairy cow could produce approximately 135 kg of methane.

New Zealand will soon tax methane emissions from sheep and goat farms. Farmers whose farms produce gas excessively will be taxed from 2025. But those farmers who reduce emissions through feed additives will get incentives. 

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