Built by producers and backed by experts, Ruminati offers a streamlined emissions calculator and reduction planner, enabling you to easily track and forecast emissions on your feedlot. Ruminati’s user-friendly tool also allows you to securely share aggregated emissions data with corporate partners, supporting industry-wide emissions reduction efforts.

To celebrate our first BeefEx, we’re offering you 1 year’s free access to the Ruminati PRIME platform.


Before you begin:

About Ruminati PRIME

Ruminati PRIME is Ruminati’s premium emissions calculator and reduction planner. This streamlined tool enables you to generate accurate, detailed, and personalised emissions reports for their enterprises in under 30 minutes.

Your Ruminati PRIME emissions report will provide you with your total enterprise emissions, total sequestration and net enterprise emissions estimates, along with a breakdown of your Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions for the financial year. Exclusive to Ruminati PRIME, you’ll also be able to view intensity metrics for beef, sheep meat, wool, and grain on your enterprise.

Using your Ruminati PRIME emissions report, you’ll be able to see exactly where your emissions are being generated, helping you to evaluate the sustainability of your  practices. You’ll also gain access to Ruminati’s reduction planner tool, allowing you to forecast emissions by running scenarios on the impact of practice changes.


Data Security

The Ruminati platform is designed so that you retain control of your data at all times. Ruminati doesn’t share your data with anyone without your explicit consent.

If you want to share your data with another organisation, you have the opportunity to do so by providing direct consent to a data share request sent by that organisation. This data share request can be accepted or declined within the Ruminati platform and will explicitly outline the exact data points you are agreeing to share.

For detailed information of how data sharing works on the Ruminati platform, please download the data sharing guide by clicking below.

Download the Data Sharing Guide