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The natural way to herd health
Cattle are a significant source of methane emissions due to the mechanics of their digestion.  Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas, 25 times more effective at trapping heat in the atmosphere than carbon dioxide. According to a US EPA study in 2015, cows are responsible for 26% of America’s total methane emissions. However, recent studies show that if cattle consume carbon as part of their diet, it can help reduce the amount of methane they produce.
Moreover, charcoal has overall benefits to animal health including improved overall gut health and increased milk production in dairy cows. Carbon is a win-win for both the farmer and the environment. Titan is working closely with research facilities to generate the necessary approvals to allow us to introduce carbon into the Canadian farming marketplace as a feed supplement.

The true extent of carbon’s usefulness in our lives is just now being explored by companies like Titan. Studies have found found that when it was added to animal feed, initially as a colourant, the animals recovered from illnesses faster, and required fewer or no antibiotics to do so. Not only that but dairy cattle produced significantly more milk and the barns smelled better.



454g (1lb)  tub

Our Superfine is dispersible in water and ideal for drenches.  The resealable tub helps keeps the charcoal airtight for longer efficacy, and includes a free scoop.

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10Kg Bags

Our feed additive makes it easy to add charcoal to the herd's diet. 1%-2% in feed has been found to be sufficient to increase digestive health, reduce barn odour and may contribute to fewer vet visits.

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7.5ml (3g) or 110ml (50g) boluses

Our Charcoal Boluses help make dosing easy, and are available in containers of 50 x 3g gel caps for small animals or boxes of 12 x 50g gel caps for large animals.  

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500kg Supersack

Our granular bulk feed additive is designed for larger operations where a bulk bag is more efficient.

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Click here to see how they are farmers are using Carbon 2M for their herd's health.

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Janie Jenson, Regina, SK


Progressive Dairyman magazine ran an article on the use of charcoal for heard health.  In Can charcoal close the door on antibiotics?  (Issue 9, September 2018) Kathleen Draper, the U.S. director of the Ithaka Institute for Carbon Intelligence felt positive about its use. “Since biochar has been used for years in Europe, our team has been interested in the benefits it can have on our soils and with animal agriculture,” she says. “I was recently in Austria, where I toured a large poultry farm that uses biochar in their feeds. The animals love it, the producers are able to eliminate antibiotic use, and the odour of the litter has been significantly decreased.”
For more information, please download the attached PDF of the Progressive Dairyman article here, or visit the website here
This article was the Number 1 most often downloaded article for Progressive Dairyman in 2018.
The Western Producer also covered Titan Clean Energy and Carbon 2M specifically in their article Charcoal: Age-old practice meets the new age (October 17, 2019, p. S9) to read the article, visit the website here.
BBC Future Agriculture: Can charcoal make beef better for the environment?  (February 6, 2020).  This article focuses on the potential for methane reduction within the animal's gut biome, as well as the improvements to the soil that biochar, once digested, can make.  Please click here for a link to the article.
The animals love it, the producers are able to eliminate antibiotic use, and the odour of the litter has been significantly decreased.
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Carbon 2M Superfine and boluses are carried by More than Just Feed (Nutrisource) and Federated  Co-op  throughout western Canada, and La Coop fédérée (now Sollioin Quebec.  

For distribution information across Canada, please call PMT Group Inc. at 1-800-299-7904

Are you a Veterinarian?  You can contact our office anytime, or order the boluses and superfine charcoal powder through the WDDC.

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