Agriculture culprit in dramatic methane spike

Agriculture culprit in dramatic methane spike

Big Oil can control methane, but agriculture needs to lift its game.

Beef

14 DECEMBER 2016
Ag-focused projects the toast of Aussie innovation

Ag-focused projects the toast of Aussie innovation

AN INNOVATION that could reduce methane emissions by up to 90% and a GPS-free collision avoidance sensor...

Archive

29 APRIL 2016
Grazing ryegrass reduces methane emissions

Grazing ryegrass reduces methane emissions

A surprise finding on the impact of ryegrass on methane

Animal Health

13 APRIL 2016
Grazing ryegrass reduces methane emissions

Grazing ryegrass reduces methane emissions

WITH pressure mounting on producers to minimise methane emissions from livestock, help may be as close...

Livestock General

13 APRIL 2016
CSIRO reveals greenhouse potential for livestock sector

CSIRO reveals greenhouse potential for livestock sector

SCIENTISTS have found that the global livestock sector can maintain the economic and social benefits...

Archive

23 MARCH 2016
Agriculture blamed for methane spike

Agriculture blamed for methane spike

DESPITE global commitments to control greenhouse gas emissions and cap global warming by 2C many efforts...

Archive

18 MARCH 2016
Cattle methane emissions downsized

Cattle methane emissions downsized

RESEARCH data has found methane emissions from cattle are 24% lower than previously estimated.

Livestock General

14 DECEMBER 2015
Pinning down true pasture feed uptake

Pinning down true pasture feed uptake

A three-year trial on a property in Victoria aims to improve measurement accuracy of net or residual...

Livestock General

07 JULY 2014
Want more milk, less methane at dairy?

Want more milk, less methane at dairy?

Including crushed wheat in the diet of dairy cows can increase milk yield while nearly halving methane...

Livestock General

13 DECEMBER 2013