Cultivating a natural solution
to climate change


Burping cows are warming our planet

Methane is a potent greenhouse gas released whenever cows belch. And cows burp a lot. With a global herd of more that 3 billion ruminant animals, contemporary agriculture has now become the world’s largest source of man-made methane production with a warming effect greater than all the world’s cars, planes and ships combined.

But what if there was a way of stopping those cows from burping?

Asparagopsis is a unique seaweed that contains bromoform, a halogen compound that acts as an effective inhibitor of methane production in ruminants.

Adding just supplement of Asparagopsis to cattle feed
is shown to cut methane outputs by as much as
It doesn’t just cut methane production to virtually zero,
it promotes and

But with such a vast global herd of ruminant animals, we need to find a way of growing Asparagopsis at a massive scale that is both and