Seaweed Can Reduce Methane From Cows, But….

Canadian farmer, Joe Dorgan, noticed that his seaside cows were more productive than his inland cows and the only difference was the seaw

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3 thoughts on “Seaweed Can Reduce Methane From Cows, But….

  1. Thanks for this informative article on how seaweed can potentially reduce the methane from cows. We love being updated and new ideas in the environmental world. Keep up the good work!

  2. Many environmentalists criticize public lands (esp. BLM) grazing for soil, water and range quality impacts. I would like to find any federal BLM permittees (especially on more arid lands) who have managed to apply planned rotational grazing practices on their allotments in such a way as to certifiably improve ground cover and watershed function. I would like to promote any successful examples of good practice. Thanks

  3. Could mixing seaweed into molasses or some kind of supplement tubs get pastured livestock to eat it?

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