Energy Accounting on Farms

Publication Date Jan 1, 1995


Abstract This article describes the development of an energy accounting. This is a management tool to give farmers a clear understanding of their energy use and of the emission of greenhouse gases on their farm. Results are given of one year accounting on dairy farms and on pig farms. The results show large differences in energy use and in emissions of greenhouse gases between individual farms. These differences indicate that a substantial reduction of emission of greenhouse gasses is possible.

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Differences In Energy Use
Energy Use
Emission Of Greenhouse Gases
Individual Farms
Pig Farms
Dairy Farms
Emission Of Gases
Reduction Of Emission
Management Tool
Greenhouse Gases

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