Livestock gut microbes contributing to greenhouse gas emissions
ScienceDaily, Tuesday 17 June 2014

One-fifth of methane emissions has been attributed by researchers to livestock such as cattle, sheep and other ruminants, but the amount of methane produced varies substantially among animals in the same species. Researchers aimed to explore role the microbes living in the rumen play in this process.

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