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In the early 2000s, researchers first became interested in the question of whether there is any natural variation between individual animals in the amount of methane they produce. Initially, PGgRc funded a major programme with the dairy industry...
Sometimes the most valuable advances occur at methodological levels. An example of this is a new laboratory technique that allows faster assessment of potential methane inhibiting compounds. Possible compounds are initially identified using a...
Maori farms have specific social, economic and cultural purposes, which must be considered when balancing greenhouse gas emissions and broader development goals. The NZAGRC is undertaking a large, three year project with 29 Maori farms nationwide...