This video demonstrates how to accurately record numbers of stock grazed on and off farm, and especially the amount of time stock are grazing on farm. Amount of feed eaten is a key driver of amount of emissions, so precision in grazing dates is important.
For more information, see the User Guide (PDF, 579KB)
By 2022, every sheep and beef farmer should ‘know their numbers’ – that is, have calculated their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and sequestration. Funded by the Red Meat Profit Partnership, the B+LNZ GHG Calculator is a tool for red meat farmers to measure and report on-farm GHG emissions and sequestration. It is simple, accurate and reflects the individual farm’s situation.
This video is part of a step-by-step series on ‘How to use the GHG Calculator’. See the other videos below.