Scientists at the U.K.'s Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Scotland's Rural College and the Senckenberg Biodiversity & Climate Research Centre in Frankfurt, Germany, have published a paper revealing an important discovery regarding plants used to feed livestock: Plants growing in warmer conditions are tougher and have lower nutritional value to grazing livestock, potentially inhibiting milk and meat yields and raising the amount of methane released by the animals.
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