Animal Nutrition - Methane Reduction

As a Future Feed licensee, we are backed by a decade of world class science which has conclusively proven that Asparagopsis is extremely effective at reducing methane in ruminant animals.

Research has shown that it can reduce methane emissions by more than 80% when consumed at the low optimum level based on delivery of the bioactive marker identified as bromoform and that it is both safe for animal and subsequent human consumption.

The research was the result of a unique collaboration between a team of scientists from CSIRO and James Cook University, supported by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) more than a decade ago.

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PEER REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PAPERS

The red macroalgae Asparagopsis taxiformis is a potent natural antimethanogenic...

Asparagopsis taxiformis decreases enteric methane production from sheep.

Inclusion of Asparagopsis armata in lactating dairy cows’ diet reduces enteric methane emission by over 50 percent.

Effect of the macroalgae Asparagopsis taxiformis on methane production and rumen microbiome assemblage.

Mitigating the carbon footprint and improving productivity of ruminant livestock agriculture using a red seaweed.

Red seaweed (Asparagopsis taxiformis) supplementation reduces enteric methane by over 80 percent in beef steers.

Twice daily feeding of canola oil steeped with Asparagopsis armata reduced methane emissions of lactating dairy cows.

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