Livestock industry has huge potential to reduce greenhouse gases

Livestock industry has huge potential to reduce greenhouse gases

Sustainably intensifying livestock production is one way to maintain production levels while realizing mitigation potential of ag sector.

The global livestock industry holds the key to mitigating greenhouse gases from the agriculture, forestry and land use sector, but actual reductions in the foreseeable future likely will be just a fraction of what technically is possible.

That's the conclusion of a study conducted by an international team of researchers that included Alex Hristov, professor of dairy nutrition

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