CowCredits: Mootral sells 3,000 cattle-generated carbon offsets to UK firms

Cecilia Keating
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Proceeds from sale are paid back to farmers who have introduced Mootral's methane-slashing feed supplement at their farms, company claims

Climate technology company Mootral claims it has now sold 3,000 of its 'CowCredits' to "well known" UK businesses seeking to offset their greenhouse gas emissions. Unveiling the sales figures earlier...

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