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The role of trees in free range poultry farming
Trees provide cover, shelter and shade, encouraging poultry to range and exhibit natural behaviours. This in turn improves bird health, welfare and production.
What every councillor needs to know about trees
From protecting street trees to planting local woodland with schools and communities, there are a number of ways we can support you to champion woods and trees in your area.
Meet the people behind our work: Friends of Belvoir Wood
Hard graft. Passionate people. Expertise and skill. There's more to our woods than just trees. See for yourself what makes Friends of Belvoir Wood so special, and what it takes to keep it that way.
Evaluating the use and benefits of trees on dairy farms
A research report on how tree planting supports dairy farms and animal welfare through mitigating pollution runoff, protecting water and providing shelter.
Fruit trees improve land and productivity - increasing yield on a mixed farm
A case study demonstrating the productivity benefits of fruit trees on a mixed organic farm. Planting in rows provides shelter for crops and prevents soil erosion.
The role of trees in sheep farming
Planting trees for shelter can boost production and improve animal health and welfare. This guide provides practical guidance on integrating trees on sheep farms.
Trees and carbon – the Woodland Trust’s position
The Woodland Trust promotes tree planting and woodland creation as a means of reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide and combatting the effects of climate change.
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