Daffodils Can Help Cows Produce Less Methane

Daffodils Can Help Cows Produce Less Methane


In the UK, a four-year trial is underway to determine if a compound found in daffodils could reduce cows’ production of methane, a potent greenhouse gas. High-altitude daffodils cultivated in the Black Mountains of Wales produce a compound known as Galantamine, which has shown potential to decrease methane emissions when fed to cows. The trial, backed by the British government, could have significant implications for addressing methane emissions from livestock and contribute to efforts to mitigate climate change.


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