Methane reducing additives - hot air or a benefit to your livestock?

By Kim Woods
July 10 2024 - 10:00am
Senior nutritionist Ian Sawyer, FeedWorks, urges farmers to choose the feed additives with positive benefits for the stock, farm business, consumer and environment. Picture by Kim Woods
Senior nutritionist Ian Sawyer, FeedWorks, urges farmers to choose the feed additives with positive benefits for the stock, farm business, consumer and environment. Picture by Kim Woods

Livestock producers should not expect big premiums from the market for reduced carbon product any time soon, but increasing pressure to reduce ruminant methane emissions should not see them rush into choosing inappropriate feed additives.

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