ASGGN Discussion Forum: Proxies for Enteric Methane Emissions of RuminantS Programme Outline
PROXIES OF THE RUMEN
18.00 – 19.10 UTC
INTRODUCTION DISCUSSION FORUM
Speaker 1: RICCARDO BICA
Potential of rumen metabolites as proxies for ruminant methane emissions.
Speaker 2: ARJAN JONKER
Rumen volatile fatty acids for ranking CH4 yield in sheep.
PITCH: RICHARD WILLIAMS
Ruminal VFA to predict methane yield.
Speaker 3: OSCAR GONZÁLEZ-RECIO
The microbiome as a proxy for methane. How it compares to other proxies.
Speaker 4: RAINER ROEHE
Host genomic parameters of the rumen microbiome composition and methane emissions.
Speaker 5: NICOLA LAMBE
Could rumen volumes measured by CT scanning help to breed sheep with lower methane emissions?
MILK PHENOTYPES AND FAECAL METHANOGEN PROFILES.
19.10 – 19.50 UTC
Speaker 1: AMÉLIE VANLIERDE
Adding information to milk MIR spectra to estimate CH4 emissions.
PITCH: SUZANNE ROWE
Differences in milk composition associated with enteric methane emissions.
Speaker 2: GHADER MANAFIAZAR
Association between faecal methanogen species with methane production and grazed forage intake from beef heifers.
MEASURING METHANE ROUTINELY.
19.50 – 21.00 UTC
Speaker 1: HUTTON ODDY
Portable accumulation chambers for estimating methane production by sheep.
Speaker 2: LIFENG DONG
Measuring methane emissions from dairy cows using GreenFeed in China.
Speaker 3: FILIPPO MIGLIOR
Canadian efforts to decrease methane emissions in dairy cattle.
Speaker 4: ENYEW NEGUSSIE
Proxies for methane and proxy-based machine learning prediction in dairy cattle.
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