Innovation in animal feed to reduce greenhouse gases
reduce greenhouse gases
As you know, one of the two most important factors in the production of greenhouse gases is the burning of agricultural waste and the removal of methane from cows. By consuming agricultural waste as animal feed and feeding cows, an important step can be taken to solve both problems.
Spanish researchers have used a combination of agricultural waste to feed the cows, using rice noodles that remain in the fields after harvest, as well as the leaves of Portuguese and lemon trees. This set has replaced alfalfa, which is usually the main food source for cows.
This development has prevented both the burning of agricultural waste and environmental pollution, and provided a new source of nutrition for cows that does not expel methane gas from their bodies. This new feed is attractive not only for cows but also for other livestock such as goats, camels, buffaloes, llamas and so on.
Experimental studies have shown that consumption of this new food source reduces the excretion of methane from cows by 8 to 22 percent and does not have a negative effect on milk production by cows
This innovation in animal feed in order to reduce greenhouse gases can provide a new source of income for rice farmers and gardeners and does not impose much cost on farmers.
What is the meaning of global warming
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a credible authority on climate change and the effects of global warming, said in a report: \”Humans have produced.\”
One of the properties of greenhouse gases is the reflection of long wavelengths. This happens both for the waves coming from the sun and for the waves returning from the earth. The dangerous part of the current is about the waves returning from the ground. The greenhouse gases return these waves to the earth’s surface. This phenomenon is called the greenhouse effect.
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