Is farming the villain or the hero? How North West farmers are reacting to the climate crisis

When it comes to climate debates, we're often told we should eat less meat and dairy. That's because farming equates to about 10% of all the UK's greenhouse gases. One of the biggest culprits is methane - a greenhouse gas even more potent than carbon dioxide, which is belched out by cows and sheep as they digest grass.

How methane-producing cows leapt to the frontline of climate change

How methane-producing cows leapt to the frontline of climate change

The garlic-fed cows combating global warming

How garlic is being used to cut harmful methane emissions from cows. We report from a farm in Lancashire.

This supplement can reduce methane in cows and make farmers money

Brades Farm in Lancashire, northwest England, is the first commercial farm to take advantage of Mootral's carbon credit program. Its herd of 440 dairy cows are fed the supplement twice a day.

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