Reducing the global climate footprint requires teamwork. No single country can do it alone. Follow Arla Foods’ sustainability strategy to see how it’s cutting carbon emissions worldwide and what you can do to slash yours.
With sustainable, climate-conscious farming in higher demand worldwide, dairy farmers must find better carbon reducing solutions without negatively affecting herd health, productivity and profitability.
Arla Foods recently published its comprehensive 2021 sustainability report titled A Sustainable Future for British Dairy, presenting analytical data from its 1,964 dairy farms across the UK.
The report aims to better understand on-farm carbon emissions, the steps you as dairy farmers can take to reduce them, and how Arla’s climate reduction strategy is on its way to slashing 30% of all global greenhouse gases by 2030.
UK dairy farmers Stephen and Christine Pickles are already cutting carbon emissions with VikingGenetics’ ProCROSS solution by their side. The pair’s milk production emission output is an impressive 0.98% CO2 -equivalent per litre produced.