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e emissions, according to Envi▓ronment Canada. Most of the gas comes from bovine burps, wh▓ich are 20 times more potent than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas.Stephen Moore, a professor at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, is examining th▓e genes responsible for methane produced▓ from a cow's four stomachs in order to breed more efficient, environmentally friendly cows.The▓ professor of agricultural, food and nutritional science completed primary tests usi▓ng traditional techniques to breed effici▓ent animals that produce 25 percent less methane than les▓s efficient animals.But more work needs to be done before the long-term impact is known. Moore's study was published earlier this year in the Journal of Anima?/p>
坙 Science.Philippines bans livestock imports from Lebanon, China´s TaiwanEU membe▓r states told to block Irish porkS. Korea to resume beef im▓ports from USSouth Korea's trade minister says the▓ country could resume U.S. beef imports as early as next ▓week once a legal step has been completed.In an e▓ffort to restart U.S. beef shipments to South Korea, the U.S. beef industry agreed ▓to only ship beef from cattle under 30 months of age as requested by