is key to beef sustainability.
The bovine microbiome.
The bovine microbiome accounts for over 50% of beef's total greenhouse gas emissions. By supplementing beneficial microbes, we can improve cattle digestion by 12% and virtually eliminate methane emissions.
Our natural, non-GMO approach leverages the latest sequencing technologies to decipher the microbiome and select the best probiotics. Our platform achieves untapped efficiencies and improves animal and ecosystem health.
Our platform can address some of the greatest challenges in animal husbandry.
Reduce methane and other greenhouse gasses.
The cow microbiome emits millions of tonnes of methane annually. Using our platform, we identify and control methane emissions for improved feed efficiency and productivity.
Livestock are the majority consumer of antibiotics. Our platform offers a different way to improve livestock productivity without the use of dangerous antibiotics or chemicals.
Reduce disease incidence
and improve health.
The microbiome is the first line of defense against microbial pathogens. We are developing a poultry therapeutic in conjunction with a major government department.
The Pando Co-founders
Co-founder and CEO
Former engineer and business consultant turned entrepreneur who is dedicated to fighting disease, hunger and pollution using the power of the microbiome.
Co-founder and CSO
Experienced microbiologist and immunologist and co-founder of multiple bay area projects and startups including BioNascent and Real Vegan Cheese.
Former Executive at Novozymes and Novo Nordisk Foundation; BioInnovation Institute
Dr. Bill Miller
Former Senior Director at Purina; NeoManna Nutrition; Land O'Lakes; University of Minnesota
Dr. Sundeep Vani
Commercialization, Bio-based Products
CTO, Biobased Products, Iowa State Univ.; former Technology Director ADM
Dr. Bruce Shanks
Experienced farmer, animal researcher and meat scientist from Lincoln University.
Dairy and beef expert from Cargill and Danone.