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Carbon emission quantification solution

Linkage and input of information
  • cattle slaughter
  • Confirmation of certification examination
  • Process
  • Balance of carbon emissions and carbon credit
  • A
    Early market weight (securing superior breeding stock)
  • B
    Low-carbon feed (methane generation reduction)
  • C
    Livestock manure management (manure greenhouse gas reduction)
  • D E
    Application of energy saving technology (solar light, new renewable energy)
General Environmental Carbon Emission Formula(unit : kgCO2eg/kg)
Emissions per kg of carcass = 198.2 (CO2eg) × Raising age (month) / Carcass weight (kg)
General Environmental Carbon Emission Formula(unit : kgCO2eg/kg)
Emissions per kg of carcass = 107.7 (1 - B) × (1 - C) + 40.5 × (1 - D) + 16.6 × (1 - E)
A = Raising age (month) / Carcass weight (kg)
Average Carbon Emissions
  • Enteric fermentation 7.07
  • Manure treatment 2.19
  • Power energy 3.75
  • Total 13.01
Low-carbon certification requirements
  • Growth environment certification
    - Use of GHG emission reduction technology
  • Use of superior breeding genome
    - Less than standard carbon emissions

Low-carbon cattle production technology

  • 01. assignment

    Low-carbon superior breeding genome acquisition stage among samples (Use of cattle history information)

  • 02. settings

    Characteristic setting step related to carbon emission per meat weight
(Standard item setting)

  • 03. monetization_on

    Estimating the breeding value of traits related to carbon emissions

  • 04. done_outline

    The step of selecting an individual to be mated with a corresponding individual with a standard ratio or higher

  • 05. class

    Genomic information acquisition step for each individual in the reference group

  • 06. receipt_long

    Reference group growth history and carbon emission verification step

Verification completed up to 6 stages of genome analysis
  • 07. error_outline

    Carbon reduction of selected offspring, molecular breeding information prediction step

  • 08. assessment

    Superior genome selection and breeding growth monitoring step

Continuous activities in the predictive monitoring stage
Distribution of genetic capacity of cow herds by farm, and analysis of genetic factors for carbon emissions and intramuscular fat
Establishment of a low-carbon beef distribution channel in response to the paradigm shift in the cattle industry
(regular beef -> low-carbon beef)
Current distribution structure
Distribution structure of Melliens

Melliens's Strategies for utilizing the low-carbon certification mark

When supplying corporate welfare malls, the company logo is displayed on the Melliens' certification mark Enhancing image as an ESG practicing company