Cost reductions lower carbon footprint at Edinvale Farm

Using Agrecalc for their carbon audits year after year, the business has achieved considerable savings in resource use and also lowered its carbon footprint by a third.

Challenges of reducing dairy Carbon Footprint

Edinvale Farm Case Study is being written as we speak and will be published in the next few weeks, with all the detailed numbers testifying to the farm’s success in carbon footprint reduction using Agrecalc.

In the meantime, please read our exclusive interview with Jock Gibson, the farm’s owner and his experiences with the tool and the mitigation measures.

"When we first started, our carbon emissions per kilo of dead weight produced was twice the global average. Now, we’re seeing a carbon emission per kilo of output at a third of where we were."

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