Methane emissions from feedlot cattle fed barley or corn diets.

@article{Beauchemin2005MethaneEF,
  title={Methane emissions from feedlot cattle fed barley or corn diets.},
  author={K. Beauchemin and S. McGinn},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={2005},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={
          653-61
        }
}
  • K. Beauchemin, S. McGinn
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of animal science
  • Methane emitted from the livestock sector contributes to greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Understanding the variability in enteric methane production related to diet is essential to decreasing uncertainty in greenhouse gas emission inventories and to identifying viable greenhouse gas reduction strategies. Our study focused on measuring methane in growing beef cattle fed corn- or barley-based diets typical of those fed to cattle in North American feedlots. The experiment was designed as a… CONTINUE READING
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