Propionate in ruminants

In 2010, enteric fermentation accounted for 43% of the total greenhouse gas emissions from all agricultural activity in the world, [32] 26% of the total greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural activity in the ., and 22% of the total . methane emissions. [33] The meat from domestically-raised ruminants has a higher carbon equivalent footprint than other meats or vegetarian sources of protein based on a global meta-analysis of lifecycle assessment studies. [34] Methane production by animals, principally ruminants, is estimated 15-20% global production of methane, unless the animals were hunted in the wild. [35] [36]

Propionate in ruminants

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