The Washington Times - June 22, 2009, 05:53AM

Vermont dairy farmers are switching their feed to reduce cow burps, which can affect climate change, the AP is reporting.

Sixteen farms working with Stonyfield Farm Inc. have begun serving their cows a feed mixture designed to reduce methane-rich belches, which contribute to greenhouse gases.


The new feed doesn’t cost extra and has produced shinier coats on the cows.

I wonder if the milk tastes like cow burps now.  Because that would be a shame.

The dairy farmers’ action has spurred Ben & Jerry’s to come up with a new ice cream flavor — Belch-less Banana Cream Pie.  Sounds yummy!

I wish I had whatever they’re feeding those cows to reduce burps.  I’d feed it to my son.