A modified sulphur hexafluoride tracer technique enables accurate determination of enteric methane emissions from ruminants
Matthew H Deighton, S Richard O Williams, Murray C Hannah, Richard J Eckard, Tommy M Boland, William J Wales, Peter J Moate
Animal Feed Science and Technology | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 2014
This research was funded by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries - Victoria, Dairy Australia, Meat and Livestock Australia, and the Australian Government Department of Agriculture under its Carbon Farming Futures, Filling the Research Gap Program. The Angus bull data was provided by the NSW Department of Primary Industries within the collaboration of the National Livestock Methane Program. The authors gratefully acknowledge the technical assistance B. Ribaux and the DEPI Ellinbank technical and dairy staff.