Grass protein fits well in relation to our biogas plant but it also fits well in relation to our other plant production. We have an organic plant production where we are dependent on having a lot of organic clover grass in order to have a good crop rotation and a secure weed control, but also in order to keeping the fields clean. We also use this in our biogas plant. In our biogas plant, we use quite a lot of grass from our organic plant production in order to keep our crop rotation clean. By being able to extract protein from grass, we increase the value because we can use the resources even better than what we could beforehand. Today, we already have a lot of grass fields. We would like to have even more grass fields, but since organic clover grass fields are not very lucrative in plant production in themselves, you keep that area as small as possible, but big enough to keep the crop rotation going. If we can really create more value, we will increase our grass area significantly. By doing so, we will obtain an even better crop rotation as well as all the other great effects that grass has on the soil. Grass is actually the crop, we would like the most to create more value in. From my point of view, I believe that, if the product is marketable and if it can go on the market at a reasonable price and the processes can run, it will be a huge green revolution of the Danish agriculture, because many will want to do this. This project is of course mostly interesting in relation to organics and it could also be interesting for the commercial aspect. But it could also be of interest for all the existing environmental agendas because grass is positive in many ways. Simultaneously, if we make it work, I believe there will be a great interest from the farmers in getting it started quickly. With the knowledge I have so far, the techniques required for extracting grass protein are not rocket science. Therefore, I believe that you could quickly establish many plants, maybe in different sizes, which would be very interesting. The way we became a part of this project is, without a doubt, firstly because it holds our large interest. I have followed the road of grass protein and everything else concerning green circles in the last couple of years. If something with grass protein turned up, I knew it would be interesting to incorporate it in our farm. At first, I was open for it because I was ready. Furthermore, I have spoken to Steen Bitz from Vestjyllands Andel about what could be done and what is interesting. I have also participated a lot at Foulum and SEGES and stayed tuned about the development. Suddenly, R&D brought us in to it all. It seems to be a good setup and I trust the participants. That’s why we were quick to say yes.