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Government backs Tassie-made methane reducing cattle feed in trial

Duncan Bailey
Updated May 12 2024 - 2:31pm, first published 12:00pm
Sea Forest CEO Sam Elsom, Environment Minister Nick Duigan, Cressy farmer Richard Gardner, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture Director Mike Rose and TasFarmers President Ian Sauer. Picture supplied
Sea Forest CEO Sam Elsom, Environment Minister Nick Duigan, Cressy farmer Richard Gardner, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture Director Mike Rose and TasFarmers President Ian Sauer. Picture supplied

A $4 million investment into the state's agricultural sector will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from livestock, thanks to a government partnership with TasFarmers and Tasmanian business Sea Forest.

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

Journalist

Passionate about all things happening in the North East focusing on health and science. Curtin University Alumni. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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