Methane-reducing red seaweed farming venture seeks investors
Beef Central, Other, 21/01/2021
A South Australian venture proposing to construct a large-scale land-based aquaculture project farming the much-heralded asparagopsis red seaweed for use in livestock methane reduction is seeking investors. […] Working with James Cook University and MLA, CSIRO research found the asparagopsis red seaweed can reduce methane emissions in beef and dairy cattle by more than 80 percent.
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