DAIRY farms with higher-producing cows create smaller carbon footprints and are more profitable, a win-win situation for everyone, including the cows, according to Victor E. Cabrera, a University of Wisconsin-Madison extension professor and dairy systems management specialist.
"Implementing dairy farm management strategies that increase milk production, decrease the herd replacement rate or improve reproductive efficiency can increase farm profits
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