Garlic extract cuts back on cows’ methane gas

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Mention greenhouse gases, and most people think of cars. The reality, however, is that more than 20 percent of such gases around the globe come not from machines but from cows—specifically, the 500 billion liters of methane gas that get emitted by the world’s billion or so cows every day. That’s more than what’s produced by all the cars, planes, ships and trucks on the planet, but Mootral, a small UK startup, may just have found a solution.

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