Collaboration to cut GHG emissions on US dairy farms
A story published in early July garnered reader interest. Land O’Lakes and Mars Wrigley are evaluating a raft of feed and feed additives, services and innovative approaches to use in an on-farm trial as part of an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on dairy farms in the US.
The Minnesota-based Land O’Lakes and Chicago-based Mars Wrigley announced the initiative at the end of May, and a selection of submissions are set to be highlighted at a pitch event in August.
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