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Our partners 

Who do we partner with to reduce methane emissions in the dairy industry?‎ EVERYONE provides a unique economic-environmental win-win by optimizing ‎feed additive efficacy in ‎the dairy industry. Our technology leads to ‎productivity gains, such as higher yields, as well as better environmental ‎‎performance due to lower methane emissions.‎
‎ ‎ realigns the dairy value chain into a sustainable one, offering better ‎milk for ‎people and for the environment.‎


Here's how we work with different partners in the dairy value chain:

Dairy farms

Dairy farmers play a major role in addressing methane emissions associated with milk ‎production. Methane is primarily produced by cows during the digestion ‎process and released through belching (enteric fermentation) and manure ‎management. Optimizing the diet and nutrition of dairy cows can significantly ‎help reduce methane emissions.’s technology identifies the unique ‎needs of the herd using AI-driven microbiome analysis, allowing farmers, farm ‎nutritionists and veterinarians to select the feed additives that create the ‎ideally balanced diet for maximizing feed efficiency and minimizing the ‎production of methane during digestion. By using, farmers can ‎benefit from multiple productivity and health gains and an entirely new ‎revenue stream through the monetization of emission reductions on global ‎carbon markets.’s technology provides farmers with different ‎specialized data that accounts for factors such as farm size, geographical ‎location and weather. offers farmers access to the most advanced ‎tools currently available for improving their environmental performance. Our ‎technology and microbiome-based management tools can help dairy farms ‎meet growing climate change requirements from food companies, dairies ‎and regulatory bodies, contribute to sustainable milk production, and ‎increase revenue.‎

Dairy nutritionists are trained experts who play a crucial role in the dairy industry by providing ‎guidance on the nutritional needs of dairy animals. Their primary goal is to ‎optimize animal health, productivity, and milk quality through proper nutrition. ‎Nutritionists formulate diets, conduct feed analysis and quality control, and ‎run nutritional assessments to support herd management and health. ‎’s unique technology offers nutritionists a specialized scientific tool to ‎make better nutrition decisions based on AI-driven specific herd microbiome ‎analysis. We work closely with nutritionists, providing them training in the use ‎of our tool and consulting with them on research and innovation opportunities ‎to best use the incredible amount of data from cow microbiome for nutritional ‎decisions.‎
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Dairies and food companies

Dairies and food companies around the world are increasingly recognizing the ‎importance of addressing climate change and reducing greenhouse gas ‎emissions, including methane emissions. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas ‎that is produced during the digestion process in cows and other ruminant ‎animals. Addressing methane emissions from cow burps, a serious emissions ‎hotspot, is crucial for any emission reduction strategy by a dairy or food ‎company. Many dairies are setting specific targets to reduce methane ‎emissions. These targets can be based on a percentage reduction from ‎baseline emissions or an absolute reduction in methane emissions. Setting ‎targets helps dairies focus their efforts and track progress towards reducing ‎their environmental impact. enables dairies to meet their climate ‎change goals and strategies to address methane emissions by optimizing the ‎use of available products in the market and building collaborations with ‎farmers. also collaborates with dairies on scientific research, ‎together with MIT and other research institutions as well as government ‎agencies, to share knowledge, best practices, and research findings related to ‎methane reduction. Ongoing research and development are crucial in ‎identifying new approaches that can further mitigate methane emissions ‎from dairy operations.‎
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Feed additive manufacturers & distributers: The field of feed additives is growing at a very fast pace. There are already ‎many different feed additive manufacturers that produce products ‎specifically designed for cows. These manufacturers offer a range of additives ‎that aim to improve cow health, performance, and milk production, and that ‎are specifically designed to reduce methane emissions. Investments in ‎methane-reducing feed additives are also growing. However, one key ‎element is currently missing for many of these manufacturers: they are not ‎able to predict which additive is best able to reduce methane ‎emission levels ‎for a specific herd. enables the calculation and selection of the ‎optimal feed additives for the particular requirements of a dairy herd, based ‎on a scientific analysis of the herd’s microbiome.‎


Carbon markets: Carbon markets provide a mechanism for reducing greenhouse gas ‎emissions by establishing a financial incentive. While carbon markets have ‎primarily focused on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, there is growing interest ‎in other greenhouse gases such as methane (CH4). is partnering with ‎leaders in the carbon market to facilitate the monetization of methane ‎reductions in the dairy sector. Carbon offset markets allow entities with ‎emission reduction obligations to purchase offset credits from projects that ‎have successfully reduced emissions. These markets create a financial value ‎for emission reductions and provide a revenue stream for dairy farmers who ‎implement methane reduction projects. Offset credits can be generated ‎through approved methodologies and can be bought and sold on carbon ‎markets.‎
‎ ‎’s scientific approach, which includes extensive on-farm methane ‎measurements, enables precise accounting of methane emissions from cow ‎burps, essential for their inclusion in carbon markets. Robust monitoring, ‎reporting and verification (MRV) systems are needed to quantify emissions ‎accurately and ensure the integrity of emission reduction claims.’s ‎unique management dashboard was especially designed to meet these ‎needs.‎
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