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A modest-looking metal box sitting in a Waikato paddock may seem unassuming at first glance, but what’s on the
Jack Pronger has completed his PhD defence to become a fully fledged scientist.
Jack submitted his PhD
NZAGRC has formally reported to MPI on its annual science progress to 30 June 2017. Highlights will be available later in the year followed by a full public annual report. The following entries are science journal articles published this year.
This publication provides an overview of how we may be able to use compounds that suppress an animal's methanogen population effectively without causing unwanted side effects in their health, welfare or production. It covers some of the commonly asked questions regarding sources of methane, enteric methane formation, the role of methanogens, what the NZAGRC and PGgRc research programme on methane inhibitors is investigating and, importantly, the timeline for an inhibitor's commercial availability.
DairyNZ is hosting a series of Greenhouse Gas Workshops around the country during the month of September for Rural
The 2017 meeting of the Livestock Research Group (LRG) will be hosted by the United States Government at the
See www.nzagrc.org.nz/conference for more information