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Say what now? If you werenโ€™t aware, cows are super gassy and their farts and burps are behind (heh) 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. So, how will seaweed fix it? Researchers in Queensland, Australia have discovered that by adding dried seaweed to a cowโ€™s diet, the methane that they produce decreases by up to 99 percent. Asparagopsis taxiformis, a type of red seaweed, made the most significant reduction and, according to Rocky De Nys, aquaculture professor and scientist on the study, โ€œIf Asparagopsis is fed to sheep at 2 percent of their diet, they produce between 50 and 70 percent less methane over a 72-day period continuously.โ€ Tag someone gassy in the comments who could use some Asparagopsis taxiformis in their life! Photo cred: The Big Hungry Planet Science Cows Gas Farts Burps Seaweed BestOf: cience g COm Seaweed-eating cows could save our environment Say what now? If you werenโ€™t aware, cows are super gassy and their farts and burps are behind (heh) 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions. So, how will seaweed fix it? Researchers in Queensland, Australia have discovered that by adding dried seaweed to a cowโ€™s diet, the methane that they produce decreases by up to 99 percent. Asparagopsis taxiformis, a type of red seaweed, made the most significant reduction and, according to Rocky De Nys, aquaculture professor and scientist on the study, โ€œIf Asparagopsis is fed to sheep at 2 percent of their diet, they produce between 50 and 70 percent less methane over a 72-day period continuously.โ€ Tag someone gassy in the comments who could use some Asparagopsis taxiformis in their life! Photo cred: The Big Hungry Planet Science Cows Gas Farts Burps Seaweed BestOf

Say what now? If you werenโ€™t aware, cows are super gassy and their farts and burps are behind (heh) 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gas em...

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