Rumen modifiers not as effective as nutrition strategies to cut methane emissions in dairy cows
FeedNavigator, Tuesday 3 June 2014

Nutrition and feeding approaches may be able to lower enteric methane in dairy production by up to 15%, but rumen modifiers have had very little success in terms of sustained methane reductions without compromising milk production, found a meta-analysis.

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