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How a Cumbrian farm reduced its carbon footprint by 30%

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How a Cumbrian farm reduced its carbon footprint by 30%

  1. 1. How RoboticsReducedthe CarbonFootprintof aDairy Farm’sMilk Production by30% Evie Rogers, Net Zero Advisor
  2. 2. • UK agriculture is responsible for 10% of total greenhouse gas emissions • Carbon audits provide a baseline figure of emissions and an assessment of efficiency
  3. 3. 1.43kg/ CO2e per 1kg FCM (2020) 0.99kg/ CO2e per 1kg FCM (2023)
  4. 4. Journeyto Net Zero– Decreasedfootprint of 31% Increased yields by 20% to 11,500L/cow Increased feed uptakes Improvement in cow housing Robotic milking, 3.3 milking's/day & automated feeders Nutrient management planning and liming programme Greater grassland utilization Huge reduction in mastitis and antibiotic use – overall improvement to health
  5. 5. How was the footprint calculated? Average on AgreCalc 1.17kg when comparing with all-year round high production systems AgreCa lc IPCC verified Livestoc k specific 2020, 1.43kg 2023, 0.99kg *Does not include soil sequestratio n 0.79k g *Including soil carbon
  6. 6. Whyhasit changed? • Major change, increase in yield • Improved feed efficiency • Robot feeds to yields, encourages more visits from cows increasing efficiency and yield • Increased grassland utilization, making more silage • Herd health, much less mastitis

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