Animal ag continues to combat misinformation about methane emissions  

Animal ag continues to combat misinformation about methane emissions  

An air-quality specialist continues to tackle misinformation surrounding animal agriculture and methane emissions.

Frank Mitloehner, a professor with University of California-Davis, says if methane is managed correctly it can help address climate challenges.

“Animal agriculture does have an impact on climate and methane can be a problem, but animal agriculture can be part of a solution if they acknowledge and mitigate,” he says.

He tells Brownfield producers could reduce emissions by, “covering legumes, using feed additives or other things.

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