How methane is measured with a 'burp gun'

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Scientists in Liverpool have been testing how much methane cows produce when they burp.

It's part of a research project to find out how much methane cattle produce after feeding and whether anything can be done to reduce it.

Richard Westcott spoke to Doctor Rob Smith from the University of Liverpool about the device they use.

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