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Economic assessment of strategies for avoiding emissions of damaging gases in milk production

Economic assessment of strategies for avoiding emissions of damaging gases in milk production

Agrarwirtschaft 45(2): 111-120

German agriculture is estimated to be responsible for 7%-9% of emission of methane, nitrous oxide and ammonia involved in the greenhouse effect. Model studies examine economic effects at farm level of various alternative strategies for reducing these emissions.

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