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We not only represent, but also develop agricultural technologies.
Biogas cycle infrastructure and vehicles

In pursuit of its goals of becoming an climate-neutral agricultural player, the AUGA group is implementing projects to develop biogas infrastructure and a biomethane-powered tractor. Biogas extracted from manure will be purified with the help of special technologies and will be converted to biomethane suitable for use in a new generation tractor.
These technologies will enable agricultural work to be performed without the use of fossil fuels, allow for a closer integration of the circular branches of the economic model. Moreover, 50% less emissions from fossil fuel use on farms will be achieved.

Specialised feed technology

Emissions from the gastrointestinal tract of ruminants account for nearly a half of the overall agricultural pollution. In order to change this, the AUGA group is developing innovative specialised feed technology that will allow reduction methane emissions from ruminants per animal unit and decrease the CO2 eq emission rate per corresponding group of animal-based protein products.
The new feed technology will allow to improve the digestibility of grass feed and to reduce methane emissions to the environment by up to 50% per one tonne of cow's milk.

Regenerative crop-rotation

With this technology, the cereal cultures will be replaced with leguminous grasses that demonstrate carbon sequestration and nitrogen fixation capabilities. Not only will these cultures reduce the absolute rate of emissions, they will also become an integral part of livestock operations, using them for the preparation of specialised feed.
Application of regenerative crop rotation in agricultural activities will allow to reduce 30% emissions per tonne of agricultural dry matter yield.