|Farm Operation||The activities carried out on a farm to prepare land, manage livestock, produce crops, or achieve environmental or social outcomes.||-|
|Equipment calibration||Equipment calibration deals with assessing the accuracy of equipment’s results by measuring the variation against a defined standard to decide upon the relevant correction factors.||View|
|Grazing management||1. Grazing management is the planning, implementation and monitoring of animal grazing to achieve sustained animal, plant, land, environmental and economic results under a range of environmental conditions.
2.Grazing management is the manipulation of animal grazing to achieve optimum and sustained animal, plant, land, environmental or economic results while ensuring a continuous supply of forages to grazing animals.
|Pasture renewal||Pasture renewal refers to any method of establishing new pasture plants.||View|
|Paddock selection||This means selecting the appropriate paddocks to minimize run-off while maintaining the highest standards of animal welfare.||View|
|Intensive winter grazing||Intensive winter grazing is a farming practice where livestock are grazed on paddocks planted with forage crops.||View|
|Carbon Capture and Sequestration||Carbon capture and sequestration is a set of technologies that can greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions from new and existing coal- and gas-fired power plants, industrial processes, and other stationary sources of carbon dioxide.||View|
|Carbon neutrality||Carbon-neutral (or carbon neutrality) is the balance between emitting carbon and absorbing carbon emissions from carbon sinks. Or simply, eliminate all carbon emissions altogether.||View|
|GHG Mitigation||Any action that results, by design, in the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by sources or removals by sinks. Mitigation and abatement are considered equivalent terms||View|
|Feature Identifier||Identifier used to identify the feature.||View|