The dairy farm is a complex system with milking parlors and barns, machinery to harvest and sort the grasses used as feed, and veterinary support services. All of these rely on the cows to perform at the top of their game. Cows visit the parlor at least twice a day to be milked, and every second counts as efficiency is critical. Countless engineering efforts have been poured into designing the best parlors and milking machines, which are designed to maximize milk production with minimum effort.
Managing the soils in dairy farms is crucial to achieving high-quality milk and reducing environmental damage. Soil biodiversity assists nutrient cycling and promotes forage growth aboveground, and mixes of appropriate forage crops increase herbage yield and decrease disease. Biodiversity in dairy farming can help reduce the use of mineral fertilizers and pesticides and alleviate soil compaction. It also enhances ecological services such as pollination of forage and improves quality of the milk produced.
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