Carbon Credits from Livestock Production

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Interest in climate change has prompted a market for carbon credits. Learn how livestock operations produce greenhouse gases and how to reduce emissions and benefit from carbon credits. This publication includes tables of the relative effect of manure management practices on methane and nitrous oxide emissions and of rangeland management practices on carbon sequestration. It also includes examples of carbon credit estimates for swine and cattle operations.
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Interest in climate change has prompted a market for carbon credits. Learn how livestock operations produce greenhouse gases and how to reduce emissions and benefit from carbon credits. This publication includes tables of the relative effect of manure management practices on methane and nitrous oxide emissions and of rangeland management practices on carbon sequestration. It also includes examples of carbon credit estimates for swine and cattle operations.

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SKU G1962
Price $1.00