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Oct 12, 2021

  • Livestock Emissions Research
  • Emissions Mitigation Approaches
  • Dairy Calf Protection


00:01:09—Livestock Emissions Research-- A conversation with the presenter of the Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems Lecture last evening at K-State: University of Califormia-Davis Extension livestock air quality specialist Frank Mitloehner talks about his two decades of research on emissions from livestock production facilities, and how to mitigate them…he says that mitigation technologies and strategies can be a win for producers as well as the environment



00:12:08—Emissions Mitigation Approaches—More from the University of California-Davis’ Frank Mitloehner, as he shares his findings on the positive impacts of capturing methane from dairies and converting waste into usable energy for powering vehicles…and he discusses how methane emissions from beef cattle feedlots might be addressed



00:23:06—Dairy Calf Protection-- On this week's edition of Milk Lines, K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk promotes one approach to keeping dairy calves warm and healthy during the colder fall and winter weather