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Managing dirty water to reduce slurry volumes on UK dairy farms


Managing dirty water to reduce slurry volumes on UK dairy farms



DIAS Report, Plant Production 123: 17-19



Slurry was characterized and information on slurry storage and spreading was collected on 31 commercial dairy farms in England, Scotland and Wales, UK. A water audit was carried out on each farm in which the amount of water used in the parlour was measured and water from other sources was assessed.

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