Dairy farm significantly reduces GHG emissions through new slurry management solution


dairy farm significantly reduces GHG emissions

500 Holstein cows are milked three times a day at Holly Green Farm in Buckinghamshire, with the 210-hectare farm having been held in the family for over one hundred years. Today, Neil and Jane Dyson, daughter Susannah and her husband Adam Penney run the farm with six employees, producing an average of 9000L of milk per year. The Dyson’s have been proactive in seeking opportunities to help overcome environmental hurdles and operate Holly Green Farm in an effective manner, with a particular emphasis on how they reduce their GHG emissions.

The health and productivity of our cows are

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