September 21, 2021
Enteric methane is a major greenhouse gas resulting from feed digestion by ruminants. Societal attention to climate change continues to emphasize the need for enteric methane mitigation from milk production systems. The development of successful enteric methane mitigation strategies requires interdisciplinary research in ruminal microbiology, ruminant nutrition, breeding and genetics, health and well-being, farm technology, farm systems and modeling. Attendees to this symposium will learn about future prospects for research and advances from the last decade that already contributed to or hold potential for developing technologies and practices that reduce enteric methane emissions from dairy animals.
Moderator: Tim Kurt – Scientific Program Director, Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research
Exclusive sponsor: Innovation Center for US Dairy
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