Cattle release a massive amount of methane, accounting for 23% of New Zealand's greenhouse gasses, and 10% of Australia's.

 

Meanwhile, dairy farmers and brands are looking for cost-effective ways to increase their sustainability to meet changing consumer demands.

3 Step Solution

Why?

Methane-Reducing Seaweed for Cows

 

We are undergoing pilot trials for mass-scale farming of Asparagopsis Taxiformis on the shores of the Philippines.

 

The Philippines has a rich history of seaweed farming and has excellent growing conditions. It allows us to achieve the scale required to feed a meaningful amount of cows.

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The Science

Asparagopsis Taxiformis is a species of red seaweed found worldwide in warm waters.

 

Studies have been conducted which demonstrate up to 99% effectiveness at preventing methane production in cattle.

 

Asparagopsis contains chemicals such as bromoform which are released in digestion, able to interact with stomach micro-organisms to prevent energy wastefully becoming methane.

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We Farm Seaweed

 

We farm a special seaweed at mass-scale to feed the hungry appetites of cows.

Dairy cows are fed seaweed

 

A small amount of dried seaweed is included in the cow's diet to prevent methane production.

Dairy brands become methane-Free

 

Dairy brands may market themselves as methane-free, allowing them to further differentiate their product to dairy consumers.

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