The methane gas produced by the fermentation in cows’ stomach (rumen) is released into the atmosphere as burp, which not only affects global warming but also results in the loss of feed energy. By 2050, we aim to reduce this methane gas by 80%, thereby curbing global warming and improving the efficiency of cow’s milk production by 10%. At the same time, we will contribute to the relief of the human food crisis by constructing a livestock production system that allows 100% of the grain used for animal feed to be used for human consumption, and by spreading this system throughout the world.


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