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Three ways to control energy costs in the milking parlour
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Three ways to control energy costs in the milking parlour

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Aidan Brennan looks at energy costs on dairy farms and finds out where savings can be made.
Aidan Brennan looks at energy costs on dairy farms and finds out where savings can be made.

1.Water heating

Heating water is the second largest use of energy on a dairy farm. Hot water is needed for washing the milking machine and ...

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