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Bovaer ready for rollout in the Netherlands
This is the world’s first large-scale on-farm use of the methane-reducing feed additive for cattle.
GrainCorp gets funding to progress sustainable feed trials
The Australian government has awarded GrainCorp funding to support large-scale dairy and beef grazing trials of low-emission feed supplements.
Study finds possible emissions solution in kangaroo feces
Specialized bacteria found in kangaroos could override cow microbiome, study says, potentially trigger long-lasting emissions reductions.
Danone aims to reduce methane emissions 30% by 2030
One of the world's largest dairy companies expects to remove 1.2 million tons of carbon dioxide equivalent of methane emissions by 2030.
Animal Feed Manufacturing
Vertical farming may alleviate feed production challenges
Find out how vertical farming can address challenges such as feed cost and availability, land and water use, greenhouse gas emissions, freight costs, and weather.
BinSentry announces new tech advancements
BinSentry reducing feed waste and carbon emissions
Bayer, Perdue AgriBusiness launch sustainability program
Perdue AgriBusiness and Bayer collaboration creates a blueprint for businesses to assess their carbon footprint.
Animal Feed for Thought
Agrifood’s net-zero ambitions will shape feed’s future
Find out how downstream pressure will prompts feed industry to measure and improve its environmental footprint.
Arla Foods and DSM to reduce greenhouse gases
Arla Foods and Royal DSM starting project using Bovaer
Elanco, DSM announce strategic alliance for Bovaer
Elanco has secured the exclusive U.S. licensing rights to develop, manufacture and commercialize DSM's methane-reducing feed additive.
FrieslandCampina and DSM take step to reduce greenhouse emissions
FrieslandCampina and DSM to reduce greenhouse gases.
Dairy industry GHG reductions an example for other sectors
Air quality expert Frank Mitloehner commended the pork industry for its sustainability initiatives, while also suggesting more could be done.
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