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Intelligence Guide: How UK dairy farmers can cut their energy bills

With electricity costs now accounting for up to 1 pence per litre equivalent and beyond on many dairy farms, this Intelligence Guide focuses on reducing energy bills.

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According to Farm Energy Centre, typical dairy farms consume 33 per cent of electricity costs through milk cooling, while a further 33 per cent applies to water heating.

 

Tom Kennard, director at Granted Consultancy, tells us after considering some small, easily adopted changes on farm, you can save money and ensure a more sustainable future for your business.

 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR ’ENERGY SAVING’ INTELLIGENCE GUIDE


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