Reuse of farm dairy effluent
This work and the production of this brochure was supported by: Sustainable Farming Fund of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry www.maf.govt.nz/sff/
Environmental concerns - Many aspects of dairy farming have come under increasing environmental scrutiny and in recent years the management of farm dairy effluent has been of particular concern to the industry, public and Regional Councils. These concerns are heightened where farms are established along waterways that flow into significant catchments or where tile drainage systems can quickly move drainage water from paddocks to waterways. Read full brochure
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