A green & sustainable future for the livestock & dairy industry

Currently, ruminant animals are almost ten times more carbon intensive than alternative animal protein and more than 30 times more carbon intensive than vegetable protein.

But what if they weren’t?

Asparagopsis, a natural red seaweed native to Western Australia, has been found to reduce methane by up to 98% in ruminant livestock such as cattle & sheep. 

Achieving Net-Zero

Livestock feed supplements have been highlighted as a key emerging low emissions technology

The Australian Government plans to use feed supplements to reach Net Zero. Prime Minister Scott Morrision has created a billion dollar fund for Net Zero technologies, specifically referencing feed supplement as one of the leading technologies.
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A diet containing 0.2% asparagopsis reduces bovine methane by 98%.

Australia’s Asparagopsis forecast demand is estimated to be 75,000mt (wet weight) annually by 2030 to offset methane generated by ruminant livestock production. Global opportunity to produce and export concentrated Asparagopsis to major cattle producing countries.

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