Livestock Training Courses

Carbon - Lets Get Greener:

Improving livestock hygiene and husbandry, optimising planning and monitoring of biosecurity, vaccination and herd/flock health will lower your carbon footprint. 

Good animal health is paramount in reducing farms’ carbon footprint. Issues like lameness, worms, fluke and other diseases can have a negative impact on both productivity and the farm’s carbon footprint.

Using animals with improved genetics will/can improve growth rates, fertility and reduce cost of production and reduce the carbon footprint of the farm.

Animals that are healthy are more productive and have an improved growth rate/ability. This results in less emissions associated with the animal over its lifetime.


80% funding

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