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Click here to see RaboTV Episode 8: Featuring ProAgni’s Robert Bell Transcript of interview: Claudine: “Hi, and welcome to Rabo TV, exploring innovation and technology driving the future of agriculture.” Ben: “Today I’ll be giving you an update on the market San paying homage to beef Australia this week,
Dairy cow methane, collaboration, existing research, and student energy with Prof. Joe McFadden – Cornell University
Livestock sustainability is a much more complex issue than inhibiting methane production. Holistic solutions are needed that also maintain nutrient digestibility, reduce nitrogen pollution, maintain efficiency, are scalable across different production environments in the developed and developing world and are acceptable to the public. After coming to Cornell
ProAgni CFO and Co-Founder Fiona Soulsby recently participated on the CRC SAAFE interview team in Canberra. CRC SAAFE – Cooperative Research Centre for Solving Antimicrobial Resistance in Agribusiness, Food and Environments was awarded 34.5 Million and will leverage approximately $150 Million in cash and in-kind contributions from 53 partners working
Ash Sweeting in conversation with Prof Athol Klieve – University of Queensland Could nature provide a map to greatly reduce the climate impact of animal agriculture. Dr Athol Klieve has spent his career researching the microbiome of ruminants and kangaroos and why ruminants produce methane and kangaroos do not. In
Ash Sweeting in conversation with with Dr Carl Wepking – University of Wisconsin – Madison The effects of antibiotic use in livestock are far greater than the human health impacts of antimicrobial resistance. It is estimated that 90% of the antibiotics given to livestock end up in the soil. Despite
Prof Richard Eckard talks – agriculture and climate change, carbon accounting, economics, policy, and farmers.
By Ash Sweeting Agriculture impacts climate change and climate change impacts agriculture. Prof Richard Eckard from the University of Melbourne has spent the last 20 years working on better understanding these interactions. In our conversation Richard discusses how today, changes in management practices can reduce livestock emissions by 10-15% and
Agriwebb arguably has visibility over more head of livestock and acres of grazing and farmland than anyone else with over 20 million sheep and cattle and 125 million acres being managed through their systems. Agriwebb is now working with their customers to reduce carbon emissions. A key aspect of Agriwebb’s
By Ash Sweeting Dr Matthias Hess has been spearheading the assessment of compounds and feed additives for their impact on cattle methane emissions in the United States. Matthias is a microbiologist in the department of animal science at UC Davis where he has spent the last 8 years looking into
ProAgni has been announced as a top 20 finalist in Grow-NY global food and agriculture competition for our antibiotic-free and methane reducing livestock supplements. The competition identifies, supports and funds innovative, high-growth food and agriculture start-ups from around the world and engages them in New York’s rapidly-growing start-up ecosystem. Addressing
Beef Australia 2021 was a roaring success for ProAgni. We did a number of interviews with local radio stations 4RO and KIX. As a result, our products were showcased to crowds that attended. Check out the interviews below, with Lachlan Campbell, our CEO, to learn more about ProAgni.