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Nervous farmers eye methane cut obligations

Monday 1 Jul 19 12:00pm


THE PROSPECT of having to cut methane emissions by 10 per cent over the next decade is depressing otherwise optimistic farmers.

Rabobank’s latest Rural Confidence Survey shows that while confidence levels among those in the rural sector is rising, thanks to improving demand for their products, they’re still worried about Government policy – especially on climate change.

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