Researchers in New Zealand have found that probiotic preparations found in kombucha can reduce the levels of methane emitted by cows. It is reported by The New York Post.
The discovery belongs to scientists from the Fonterra research center in Palmerstone. They started giving the cows kombucha, which is also known as kombucha, and the first experiment showed that the cows’ methane levels dropped by 20%.
According to experts, additional results can be obtained if kombucha probiotics are given to calves. The discovery raises hope that by 2030 barn methane emissions will drop by 10%, as New Zealand has already promised.
Ecologists and world leaders are in favor of reducing the amount of gas, as this will help combat the greenhouse effect.