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The main greenhouse gases (GHG) from dairy production are methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O), contributing to the process of climate change and global warming, Methane emissions are derived from the digestive processes in dairy cows and other ruminants (enteric fermentation), and the decomposition of manure. Ruminants fed on fibrous diets associated with extensive farming systems have a higher output of methane emissions from enteric fermentation than those in more intensively managed systems that use feed supplements.
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2. pdf. g. bacterial, parasites, and medicines) which can also be transmitted in waterways (and the air) directly from faecal discharges and leaking slurry/manure stores, and from field application of manure. These pathogens can damage fish and shellfish in aquatic ecosystems, and cause human health problems through impairing drinking water quality. g. , 2002). , 2000). 2). The major airborne emissions from dairy farming concern greenhouse gases (methane and nitrous oxide) affecting climate change, and ammonia which can lead to soil acidification, eutrophication and particles.