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Why California Scientists Just Got $213,000 to Study Cow Farts

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Why California Scientists Just Got $213,000 to Study Cow Farts

Why California Scientists Just Got $213,000 to Study Cow Farts

California scientists have been given just over $213,000 to study cow farts.

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Why California Scientists Just Got $213,000 to Study Cow Farts

California scientists have been given just over $213,000 to study cow farts.????Talk about insane in the methane, which is a big threat to the environment.????Scientific American says Cali’s 1.4 million dairy cows produce the biggest source of dairy-related methane in the country.????It’s short-lived climate pollutants like methane that are a real problem because they make people sick and speed up the global warming process because of their heat-trapping ability, Reuters says.????The goal of this new research is to cut back on cows cutting the cheese; even though they help make it.????The California Department of Food and Agriculture awarded the grant to the California Dairy Research Foundation.????The New York Post says scientists will look at the difference between cows passing gas in large and small dairies.????They’ll also look into emerging technologies, ways to save money, and the economic impact of methane regulations on the state’s dairies.????You see, Senate Bill 1383 is all about significantly cutting back on methane emissions from dairy and livestock manure.????Let’s hope all of this breaking wind leads to some real scientific breakthroughs.????Otherwise, it’ll be another forgotten study that falls off the radar until the problem creeps up again.????I think that’s what they refer to as ‘silent but deadly.’




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