Optimise rumen fermentation to reduce methane emissions and increase energy use efficiency.
As the world population increases, agricultural production must also keep pace with it. Currently, livestock provides around one-third of the protein consumed globally. Ruminants play a valuable role in sustainable agricultural systems as they have the unique capacity to convert low-quality or human-inedible materials into high-quality food. However enteric methane,
is a byproduct of plant material digestion such as celluloses, fibre, starches or sugars.
The inclusion of Bolifor CNF in the ruminant's diet optimizes rumen fermentation and changes the pathway of hydrogen to produce ammonia rather than methane. As a consequence, using Bolifor CNF has a dual effect:
Bolifor CNF is Yara’s calcium nitrate feed grade. It is manufactured in our production plant in Glomfjord, Norway. Bolifor CNF is a free-flowing prilled material. This unique feature guarantees homogeneous mixing and pelletisation over time.
Bolifor CNF has a low content of undesirable substances, as it undergoes a purification process to match GMP+ requirements.
Thanks to the nitro phosphate route used by Yara, Bolifor CNF is produced in the most energy-efficient way. That guarantees a lower carbon footprint compared to conventional production processes.
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