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Helping Cows 
Go Green

Helping Cows 
Go Green

We are scientists, veterinarians, and climatetech professionals with decades of experience creating advanced ‎scalable technologies, now enabling farmers to produce more milk and meat with significantly lower ‎measurable methane emissions. ‎

We partner with farmers and other stakeholders in the meat and dairy industry to globally expand the ‎deployment of our novel microbiome analytics technology to provide individually customized diets for each ‎herd. ‎ was launched from MIT in 2022 and is headquartered in Cambridge, MA and Tel Aviv.‎


Cows produce highly varying levels of methane at different times, emitting lots of methane when their digestive ‎system goes “out of tune.” When methane emissions increase, milk and meat yield decreases, directly affecting ‎farmers’ profitability.‎

Although various feed additives available today can reduce methane emissions, their efficacy is ‎inconsistent and often short-lived. It is very difficult to predict which additive will successfully reduce methane ‎emission levels for any particular herd, significantly limiting the effectiveness of treatments.‎

Produce more milk and meat with significantly lower - methane emissions



Our team has developed a technology that can calculate the optimal feed additive cocktail for each herd. This is done based ‎on a gut microbiome sample taken from a small number of cows in each herd. The genetic information extracted from ‎sequencing these samples is then analyzed using our proprietary microbiome analytics engine.

This technology, developed at MIT by the company’s founding team, is based on a novel scientific approach within the field of ‎Artificial Intelligence, which uses big data analytics and the mathematical laws of biology to understand complex systems like the ‎gut microbiome. Our novel approach can save up to three times more methane than the commercial solutions available today. ‎

Using Artificial Intelligence to decrease cows’ methane emission‎




Farmers partnering with us gain a dual advantage. Firstly, they witness a substantial boost in their milk and meat production. Secondly, they contribute positively towards reducing their carbon footprint by lowering methane emissions, joining a global community of environmentally-conscious farmers. Our collaboration can also aid dairy operations in significantly curtailing their Scope 3 emissions, helping meet regulatory mandates or voluntary commitments.

Healthier cows and increased yield with lower emissions



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