Globally, the single most important source of greenhouse gas emissions from grazing systems is enteric methane (CH4) arising as a by-product of the fermentation of feed in the reticulo-rumen of ruminants (Clark et al., 2005). Methane is implicated in global warming and in countries where livestock constitutes a major emission source such as New Zealand, international commitments are driving research to develop emission reduction technologies, for which accurate measurements of CH4 emissions are ...Continued
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 68, Brisbane, Australia, 29-30, 2008
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