The New Zealand dairy co-operative has set its on-farm emissions target following lengthy discussions with farmers. Its approach mirrors that of other dairy giants, but is it optimal for tackling climate change?
As plant-based foods become more ubiquitous in many key European markets and experts warn against eating too much meat, animal agriculture is considered by many as a problem. Can it be produced more sustainably for the future?
Since agriculture first developed around 8,000 BC, fences have been vital to keep livestock reigned in. For Norwegian company Nofence, however, physical barriers are not necessary. Its technology uses GPS to provide an invisible barrier, or ‘virtual fence’,...
Global farming techniques are coming under increasing strain. A variety of factors - population growth, geopolitical tensions, climate change, shifting consumer behavior and more – are pushing the limits of current agricultural productivity.
Dairy company Müller has invited applications for its Müller Advantage Next Generation initiative, which will help to develop and enhance the skills of 25 young UK farmers to build sustainable and profitable dairy businesses.