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A theoretical study of the economic and environmental impacts of incorporating housing structures into a Canterbury dairy farm (LUDF)
(Lincoln University, 2014)
In parts of New Zealand, economic drivers are causing intensification of dairying in order to maintain a competitive advantage for low-cost milk production. These practices have contributed to increased nitrate leaching, ...
A theoretical study of the environmental and economic sustainability of a dryland dairy system in Canterbury
(Lincoln University, 2015)
The New Zealand dairy Industry has had rapid expansion over the past 20 years. The intensification of farm systems and change of land use towards dairying is recognised as an important contributor to a range of environmental ...