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WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Looking to improve milk production, California farmer John Verwey turned to a Swiss-made feed additive designed to make a cow more efficient while reducing methane emissions from cattle burps.
(Reuters) - Scientists have worked for years to reduce methane emissions from cattle burps by changing what cattle eat, or through research on vaccines, genetic modification of cattle and even forehead-mounted masks and backpacks to trap vapors.
Smithfield Foods Inc thought it was doing great. In the first quarter of this year, its earnings were up 190% over the same period in 2019. Then the pandemic hit, and the close quarters of meatpacking plants made them ideal places for the coronavirus to spread.
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Popular 175-year-old science publication endorses presidential candidate for the first time.
NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Global COVID-19 cases topped 30 million on Thursday, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.
MOLALLA, Ore. (Reuters) - Crews who struggled just days ago against deadly wildfires raging unchecked across California, Oregon and Washington have now taken the offensive, making substantial progress in subduing the blazes, officials in all three states said on Thursday.
HANGZHOU (Xinhua): Alibaba Cloud, the digital technologies and intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, unveiled a series of innovative products at the 2020 Apsara Conference on Thursday (Sept 17), including its first cloud computer and a logistics robot for last-mile deliveries.
GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization's top emergency expert, asked on Thursday about contradictory remarks by President Donald Trump and U.S. health officials on COVID-19, said it was important for all countries to have "consistent messaging" for their public.