It is estimated that around 12 percent of all GHG emissions are attributed to this sector (IPCC, 2014), a significant proportion being methane produced during enteric fermentation in the rumen of ruminant animals.
It’s important that the land and animals we care about can continue to thrive and grow for future generations to enjoy. Climate change is something we can’t and shouldn’t ignore.
Mootral - Cow Emissions 101
The methane emissions are, what is to a large part, responsible for the greenhouse gas effect.
Mootral and the Eureka moment
Like most scientific work, it’s more of a series of events than a single Eureka moment.
Mootral - The Science Behind
The capacity of ruminants to use roughages for production of high-quality human food is unique and this ability is of major relevance with regard to growing world population.
Are cows really climate-unfriendly?
What does that mean? Cows don’t consume fuel like cars. How could cows actually pollute our planet?