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A Scottish farmer’s ambition to achieve carbon neutral beef

In this case study we look at the efforts of Edinvale farm, an upland farm in Dallas, Morayshire, to reduce its GHG emissions and ultimately achieve carbon neutral beef.


A Scottish farmer’s ambition to achieve carbon neutral beef

Objectives

Since 2017, Edinvale farm, an upland farm in Dallas, Morayshire, has committed to reaching carbon neutral beef, and although there’s a way to go to achieve this, the figures from the first three years show an overall reduction from 51 kg of CO2e per kilo of output down to 27 kg of CO2e per kilo of output. This has put Edinvale farm strongly on a path of carbon reduction, through the cumulative effect of marrying practicalities of running a farm business and still doing the right thing from an environmental and biodiversity point of

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