Ireland: resarch on shows greenhouse gas emissions of pasturing cattle

In Ireland, research of Teagasc shows greenhouse gas emissions of pasturing cattle are lower than the figures the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) uses. According to those figures up to 41 percent of nitrous oxide produced from Irish agriculture comes from urine and dung deposited by grazing animals while according to Teagasc this is only 23 percent.

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