New way to cut emissions

  interzone55 15:52 06 Jul 2010

Scientist have found that coriander and turmeric cut down methane emissions in sheep by up to 40% - pretty much the opposite effect to humans

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  canarieslover 16:08 06 Jul 2010

It will save time marinating the lamb for a curry.

  Marko797 16:14 06 Jul 2010

cumin, also used in curries, is known for its 'anti-flatulence' properties. I think where we humans spoil the scientific formula, & meddle with any beneficial and natural properties, is by swilling down umpteen pints of lager at the same time. Sheep of course don't do this...

  canarieslover 16:37 06 Jul 2010

I can assure you that there is a fault in your theory as I don't drink lager with my curry but still suffer the after effects.

  jack 16:46 06 Jul 2010

It has been reported that Kengeroos- who are type of ruminant do not produce methane.
So Cross Kangaroos with cows and get methane free cows'

Down side -like the four legged chicken- catching them at milking time

  Mr Mistoffelees 16:58 06 Jul 2010

Would a kangacow, presumably bigger than a red kangaroo, be able to jump even higher than a red kangaroo?

Will farmers need to surround their fields with 15' high fences?

  interzone55 17:03 06 Jul 2010

Cross a kangaroo with a sheep and you get wooly jumpers...

  Ulysse 17:44 06 Jul 2010

"So Cross Kangaroos with cows and get methane free cows'"

On the other hand, you could get kangaroos who do not give milk but do produce a lot of methane :-)

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