Camelina sativa Oil Mitigates Enteric in vitro Methane Production, Modulates Ruminal Fermentation, and Ruminal Bacterial Diversity in Buffaloes - Hossam M. Ebeid, Faiz-ul Hassan, Mengwei Li, Lijuan Peng, Kaiping Peng, Xin Liang and Chengjian Yang – Fronte

This study concluded that camelina oil enhanced fermentation kinetics while decreasing enteric in vitro

CH4 production from fibrous diets. Thus, it may be considered as a potentially effective and environmentally friendly way of mitigating CH4 emission from livestock.

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