Tesco and WWF launch climate-friendly cattle feed scheme for dairy farmers

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Sprinks Farm's dairy cows in Staffordshire | Credit: Tesco
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Sprinks Farm's dairy cows in Staffordshire | Credit: Tesco

Tesco dairy farmers to receive 80 per cent seed subsidy for plants and herbs it claims can boost animal health, water and soil quality while also cutting emissions

Tesco has teamed up with conservation group WWF to launch a new subsidy scheme designed to expand the market for sustainable cattle feed for dairy farmers, the supermarket giant revealed yesterday...

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