ACCORDING TO A Financial Times account, Scotland's Rowland Research says it has developed a method to cut methane emissions — said to contribute to global warming — from cows and sheep. The animals emit methane from their mouths (and their other ends). Animal feed is laced with a bacterium said to cut animal methane output by 20%, but persuading the farming industry to adopt the practice reportedly may be difficult. The bacterium apparently breaks down the methane into hydrogen and carbon ...

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