Climate Care Cattle Farming Systems

Development of climate smart care cattle farming systems reducing GHG and ammonia emissions.

Suggestions for contributions

Suggestions for contributions

Suggestions for contributions to EAAP Porto Climate Care Dairy farming seminar

2nd week of September, 2022

Abstract to be submitted before 1 March 2022

  • France:
    Visionary aspects of dealing with C in dairy systems and C storage
    Measuring emissions on a variety of grassland types
    Results of the simple GHG measurement method on farm level
  • Netherlands:
    Challenges and vision for climate care cattle farming from a system’s perspective (NH3 + GHG)
    Innovations in dairy cattle housing dealing with ammonia and methane emissions
    Nutrient balances of dairy farms
  • Poland:
    Dairy cow feeding and harvesting practices to reduce emissions
  • Germany:
    Views on reducing cow methane emission from breeding perspective
  • Lithuania:
    Reducing ammonia emissions from manure storage and application in the field by acidification
  • UK:
    View of farmers on GHG and ammonia emissions by survey in eight countries
    Climate care cattle farming from land, soil and biodiversity perspective
    Use of farm calculation tools to manage the environmental footprint
  • Latvia:
    Views from Eastern Europe on environmental demands
  • Italy:
    New sensor technologies and innovative practices to deal with emissions
  • USA:
    Rethinking methane – Prof. Frank Mitloehner, University of California - confirmed
    How can dairy cow nutrition principles help reduce ammonia and GHG emissions? – Prof. Alex Hristov, Penn State University - confirmed