Dr Joe McFadden, Cornell University

August 11, 2022


Dietary solutions to inhibit ruminal methanogenesis: Where are we now, where do we go next, and how do we get there?

Dr Joseph McFadden leads a research program at Cornell University focused on dairy cattle nutrition with a focus on improving nutrient digestibility, liver and gut function, and the efficiency of milk production. He is leading the development of a Cornell program and center to evaluate the effects of feed additives and drugs on methane and milk production using standardized procedures with the development of a climate-controlled respiration chamber system to study enteric methane emissions from dairy cattle.

The presentation in pdf form:

The Nutritionist 2022 McFadden PDF

Links to resources mentioned in the webinar:

Paper on Methane Inhibitors

Follow Joe McFadden on Twitter @RuminateOnThis





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The webinars are transmitted globally in multiple languages. Mariann Fessenden from AMTS is the host and producer. A Spanish language webinar is hosted by Paula Turiello of Ifina in Argentina, Marcello Hentz Ramos of 3rlab in Brazil hosts in Portuguese. Mandarin translations and hosting in China is with Shawn Li of AnSciTech, Elena Bonfante of Dairy Innovations Italia joins from Italy.

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