Botany at Dairy Farm

Dairy farming is a class of agriculture for long-term production of milk. The milk may be processed (either on the farm or at a dairy plant, either of which may be called a dairy) for eventual sale as a product such as cheese and butter. Dairy farming is an important source of income and employment in many parts of the world. Dairy farming is a very labor intensive activity, as farmers must manually milk cows several times each day. Historically, dairying was a part of small farms, but in the last century or so larger farms concentrating on dairy production emerged. In dairy farming, yield is primarily dependent on the quality of breeds used. Selection of good breeding stock with high yield potential under local climatic conditions combined with resistance to diseases is the key for maximum milk output. Herbs are also incorporated into the feed, as a source of essential oils with antimicrobial properties. The use of leys consisting of plants such as caraway (Carum carvi), parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and chicory (Cichorium intybis) is widespread in Denmark where they are known to have antihelmintic properties. A key differentiator between this development and its neighbour Midwood is that Botany at Dairy Farm offers a lower psf price point, and is closer to the Hillview MRT. Nonetheless, it does face some serious competition from Beauty World which will transform into a major transport hub with hawker centre, sports hall and condo which will make it even more attractive to buyers looking for convenience.the botany at dairy farm

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