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Reducing Methane Emissions from Ruminant Animals

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Ruminant livestock like cattle and buffalo are a very significant source of methane via their digestive processes, representing approximately 4% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Opportunities for significant reductions in methane emissions from livestock include the development of advanced nutritional additives and lower-emission replacements for the food products we currently derived from livestock, such as meat and milk.