Carbon Credits what value ?

onesiedale

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Location
Derbyshire
If a carbon production tax was introduced it would invariably put a floor in the carbon credit market and put those that manage land in a very strong position until tech finds a way of dealing with co2 emissions more efficiently/ cheaper..

I have invested heavily in dairy recently but if an opportunity arrives that means I can make more money from carbon farming I will take it very seriously...Indeed as an organic dairy farmer it should be part of my everyday job..!
...but you must still use carbon credits to produce your milk. Otherwise you run the risk of letting all your Carbon go to town and find yourself with none left for your own production.
 

som farmer

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Livestock Farmer
Location
somerset
...but you must still use carbon credits to produce your milk. Otherwise you run the risk of letting all your Carbon go to town and find yourself with none left for your own production.
all will become clearer in time, it's a 'new' concept, that looks as if farmers can benefit from. I don't think there is an agreed mechanism, to actually 'measure' carbon yet, until that very basic requirement, it's all 'pie in the sky', it all needs careful looking at.
 

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