Dairy farms are the newest greenhouse gas champions.
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A University of Wisconsin-Madison research group found that it is possible for small organic farms to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and store carbon.

It was funded by Organic Valley and conducted on the company’s farms, which focus on grazing and organic production.

Horacio Aguirre, the UW-Madison scientist that led the study says it is great news for the agricultural industry.

“Even though agriculture can sometimes be a source of emissions, but it can also be part of the solution,” he said.

Organic Valley is also working on an additional carbon program set to help farmers implement projects like on-farm renewable energy and agroforestry.

NEW ZEALAND DAIRY COOPERATIVE FONTERRA WILL RETAIN ITS AUSTRALIAN OPERATIONS, CEO MILES HURRELL ANNOUNCED WHEN RELEASING FY22 RESULTS. THE COOPERATIVE HAD A “GOOD YEAR” DESPITE RISING COSTS DUE TO VOLATILITY IN SUPPLY CHAIN, HURRELL SAID.

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