eCow will be demonstrating the new three channel rumen bolus and our ability to design state of the art monitoring systems  for bovines at a Defra sponsored Global Research Alliance meeting at CEDAR University of Reading on the 31st October 2011.

The meeting will focus on the available techniques for monitoring methane and nitrous oxide emissions from agricultural sources that make up 8% of the UK’s total CO2. Come and talk to us about your needs for research equipment, for example modelling methane emissions with the combination of methane and redox data that our new bolus provides.

For other information visit GHG Research Platform.