Session 40. Nutritional strategies to reduce methane
Date: 29 August 2012; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Chairperson: Van Duinkerken
Nutritional strategies to reduce enteric methane emissions in ruminants
Greenhouse gas emissions from feed production and enteric fermentation of rations for dairy cows
Mogensen, L., Kristensen, T., Nguyen, T.L.T., Knudsen, M.T., Brask, M., Hellwing, A.L.F., Lund, P. and Weisbjerg, M.R.
Role of the nature of forages on methane emission in cattle
Doreau, M., Nguyen, T.T.H., Van Der Werf, H.M.G. and Martin, C.
Assessment of archaeol as a molecular proxy for methane production in cattle
Mccartney, C.A., Bull, I.D., Yan, T. and Dewhurst, R.J.
Trade-offs between methane emission reduction and nitrogen losses
Bannink, A., Ellis, J.L., Sebek, L.B.J., France, J. and Dijkstra, J.
Effect of supplementation of whole crushed rapeseed on methane emission from heifers
Hellwing, A.L.F., Sørensen, M.T., Weisbjerg, M.R., Vestergaard, M. and Alstrup, L.
Milk production and carbon footprint in two samples of Italian dairy cattle and buffalo farm
Carè, S., Terzano, M.G. and Pirlo, G.
Methane generating potential of Lotus uliginosus var. Maku harvested in three consecutive dates
Marichal, M.D.E.J., Crespi, R., Arias, G., Furtado, S., Guerra, M.H. and Piaggio, L.