Three brand-new livestock methane measurement facilities have been established in Laos, Cambodia and the Philippines as part of New Zealand’s Climate Smart Agriculture Initiative in ASEAN (2020-2026). These facilities are the first in each of the countries to permit measurement of animal emissions over prolonged periods. They feature breath capture cabinets which can measure an animal’s methane emissions, feed intake and feed digestibility. This technology allows local researchers to answer important questions such as which local feeds produce the least methane when eaten.

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