Yes, animal manure releases methane and nitrous oxide which is now considered to be the biggest threat to the ozone layer.
Yes, manure emits greenhouse gases. Nitrous oxide is sprayed on food which livestock eat. This nitrogen becomes concentrated in their feces, which is furthered by the feces combining with soil microbes. The end result is NO2 emissions from the combination of these elements.
Correction: The end result is N2O emissions, not NO2 emissions.
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