|Options for the abatement of methane and nitrous oxide from ruminant production: a review|
RJ Eckard, C Grainger, CAM De Klein
Livestock science 130 (1-3), 47-56, 2010
|Methane emissions from dairy cows measured using the sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) tracer and chamber techniques|
C Grainger, T Clarke, SM McGinn, MJ Auldist, KA Beauchemin, ...
Journal of dairy science 90 (6), 2755-2766, 2007
|Potential use of Acacia mearnsii condensed tannins to reduce methane emissions and nitrogen excretion from grazing dairy cows|
C Grainger, T Clarke, MJ Auldist, KA Beauchemin, SM McGinn, ...
Canadian Journal of Animal Science 89 (2), 241-251, 2009
|Targeted technologies for nitrous oxide abatement from animal agriculture|
CAM De Klein, RJ Eckard
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 48 (2), 14-20, 2008
|DairyMod and EcoMod: biophysical pasture-simulation models for Australia and New Zealand|
IR Johnson, DF Chapman, VO Snow, RJ Eckard, AJ Parsons, ...
Australian journal of experimental agriculture 48 (5), 621-631, 2008
|Climate change effects on pasture systems in south-eastern Australia|
BR Cullen, IR Johnson, RJ Eckard, GM Lodge, RG Walker, RP Rawnsley, ...
Crop and pasture science 60 (10), 933-942, 2009
|Influence of cold-pressed canola, brewers grains and hominy meal as dietary supplements suitable for reducing enteric methane emissions from lactating dairy cows|
PJ Moate, SRO Williams, C Grainger, MC Hannah, EN Ponnampalam, ...
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 254-264, 2011
|Gaseous nitrogen loss from temperate perennial grass and clover dairy pastures in south-eastern Australia|
RJ Eckard, D Chen, RE White, DF Chapman
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 54 (6), 561-570, 2003
|Grape marc reduces methane emissions when fed to dairy cows|
PJ Moate, SRO Williams, VA Torok, MC Hannah, BE Ribaux, ...
Journal of Dairy Science 97 (8), 5073-5087, 2014
|Effects of feeding oilseeds rich in linoleic and linolenic fatty acids to lactating ewes on cheese yield and on fatty acid composition of milk and cheese|
RH Zhang, AF Mustafa, X Zhao
Animal Feed Science and Technology 127 (3-4), 220-233, 2006
|Simulating pasture growth rates in Australian and New Zealand grazing systems|
BR Cullen, RJ Eckard, MN Callow, IR Johnson, DF Chapman, ...
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59 (8), 761-768, 2008
|Livestock production in a changing climate: adaptation and mitigation research in Australia|
B Henry, E Charmley, R Eckard, JB Gaughan, R Hegarty
Crop and Pasture Science 63 (3), 191-202, 2012
|Supplementation with whole cottonseed causes long-term reduction of methane emissions from lactating dairy cows offered a forage and cereal grain diet|
C Grainger, R Williams, T Clarke, ADG Wright, RJ Eckard
Journal of Dairy Science 93 (6), 2612-2619, 2010
|Use of monensin controlled-release capsules to reduce methane emissions and improve milk production of dairy cows offered pasture supplemented with grain|
C Grainger, MJ Auldist, T Clarke, KA Beauchemin, SM McGinn, ...
Journal of dairy science 91 (3), 1159-1165, 2008
|Effects of feeding algal meal high in docosahexaenoic acid on feed intake, milk production, and methane emissions in dairy cows|
PJ Moate, SRO Williams, MC Hannah, RJ Eckard, MJ Auldist, BE Ribaux, ...
Journal of Dairy Science 96 (5), 3177-3188, 2013
|Nitrous oxide and climate change|
|Supplementation with whole cottonseed reduces methane emissions and can profitably increase milk production of dairy cows offered a forage and cereal grain diet|
ERJ . Grainger C, Clarke T, Beauchemin KA, McGinn SM
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 48, 73–76, 2008
|In vitro screening of selected feed additives, plant essential oils and plant extracts for rumen methane mitigation|
Z Durmic, PJ Moate, R Eckard, DK Revell, R Williams, PE Vercoe
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 94 (6), 1191-1196, 2014
|A comparative analysis of on-farm greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural enterprises in south eastern Australia|
NA Browne, RJ Eckard, R Behrendt, RS Kingwell
Animal Feed Science and Technology 166, 641-652, 2011
|The challenges–and some solutions–to process-based modelling of grazed agricultural systems|
VO Snow, CA Rotz, AD Moore, R Martin-Clouaire, IR Johnson, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 420-436, 2014