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Helping Cows 
Go Green

Helping Cows 
Go Green

We are a dynamic team of scientists, veterinarians, and climate tech professionals with decades of collective experience in creating advanced scalable technologies. Our focus is on enabling the livestock sector to produce more milk and meat while drastically reducing measurable methane emissions. emerged from MIT in 2022, carrying the legacy of cutting-edge innovation  in the field of Artificial Intelligence. With dual headquarters in Cambridge, MA, and Tel Aviv, we are at the forefront of transforming agricultural practices


Cows emit high levels of methane, affecting milk and meat yield. While  feed additives offer unique potential for emissions reduction, their generic deployment shows inconsistent and short-lived results. Predicting their effectiveness for specific herds has been a challenge, limiting their overall impact.

At, we partner with farmers, food companies, dairies, retailers and other stakeholders in the livestock industry, globally expanding the deployment of our groundbreaking microbiome AI driven analytics technology. This technology enables us to provide individually customized diets for each Dairy or Beef herd, revolutionizing the way livestock farming affects productivity and impacts environmental performance.

Produce more milk and meat with significantly lower - methane emissions



Each herd has a unique microbiome, which directly affects feed conversions. Our team has developed a revolutionary technology that calculates the optimal feed additives for each herd. Using the herd’s rumen microbiome samples, our proprietary microbiome analytics engine, and AI, we analyze the herd's rumen’s genetic information. This novel approach, grounded in the mathematical laws of biology and big data analytics, outperforms existing solutions, saving up to three times more methane than a general non custom administration.

Using Artificial Intelligence to decrease cows’ methane emission‎




Farmers, dairies, and food companies partnering with us gain a dual advantage. They witness a substantial boost in milk and meat production while contributing positively to reducing their carbon footprint. This collaboration aligns them with a global community of environmentally-conscious livestock practitioners, contributing to reductions in the biggest hotspot  for  Scope 3 emissions in the agri-food sector, and meet existing and emerging regulatory mandates or voluntary commitments and programs.

Healthier cows and increased yield with lower emissions



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