Mexico Livestock Protocol

The Mexico Livestock Protocol provides guidance to calculate, report, and verify GHG emission reductions associated with installing a manure biogas control system for livestock operations, such as dairy cattle and swine farms, in Mexico. These protocols were first adopted by the Reserve Board in July 2009.

Protocol Companion Documents & Tools

The documents and tools below are made available to account holders upon request. The tools are designed to help livestock project developers organize their project data and facilitate verification. Use of the tools is optional; however, it may be useful in identifying important aspects of the Livestock Protocol and streamlining verification.

Protocol Version Relevant Document/Tool Description
Mexico Livestock  Protocol Version 2.0 Reserve Mexico Livestock Calculation Tool Version 2.0b (Deciembre 2016) The Reserve has developed the Mexico Livestock Calculation Tool to assist with the quantification of projects using the Mexico Livestock  Protocol. If you are developing a livestock project and would like to receive a copy of this tool, please send an e-mail to [email protected]. In the body of the e-mail message, please include the following information:

  1. Reserve Project ID number
  2. Dates of the current reporting period for your project
  3. Version of the livestock protocol for which the tool will be used (the U.S. Livestock Protocol is currently the only variant that is supported, but other versions of the tool may be available at a later date

Use of this tool is optional, but only the most current version should be used for project quantification.

Protocol Revisions

The Mexico Livestock Protocol is not currently undergoing revision.

Protocol Development & Previous Versions

Use the link below to access information about the original protocol development process and view previous versions of the Mexico Livestock Protocol. Public comments, staff responses to public comments, workgroup participants, and other supporting documents can also be found here.

Click a version of the protocol below to access more information:

Please contact the Reserve with questions or comments.