Barns fitted with new 3D cameras that monitor cows are helping dairy and beef producers save feed costs, reduce climate impact and improve animal welfare.
Consumer pressure is mounting on farmers to produce food more efficiently and with fewer greenhouse gases while at the same time ensuring good animal welfare is top of the agenda.
Farmers, retailers and food processors know they need to improve their businesses but the main issue is how to ensure income while pursuing this efficiency drive. The main questions focus on how agriculture can become more feed-efficient and climate-friendly.
The Danish Agriculture & Food Council launched the Global Climate Task Force and VikingGenetics is proud to be part of this effort to reduce the global carbon footprint.
The most important part of the future work of the Global Climate Task Force is to identify how the Danish food cluster can be part of the solution to the global climate challenge.