Government launches call for evidence on how to tackle livestock methane emissions

James Murray
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Government launches call for evidence on how to tackle livestock methane emissions

Government and devolved administrations team up to explore how to accelerate adoption of methane-busting feed products for cattle and sheep

The UK government has today launched a new UK-wide call for evidence on how to tackle methane emissions from across the agricultural industry, with a particular focus on the role of new feed products and...

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