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Agrecalc is a farm carbon calculator - the software that enables farm enterprises to identify and measure emissions, benchmark KPIs, identify mitigation strategies and monitor improvements, increasing efficiency and productivity.


Peter Wilson Building, King's Buildings
R15, SRUC, Peter Wilson Building King’s Buildings West Mains Road
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  • In July 2023, Agrecalc released a brand new, state-of-the-art platform, Agrecalc Cloud. All the users from version 1 are currently in the process of moving to the enhanced version. Agrecalc Cloud has ...


  • Agrecalc Cloud Launch Video

    31 Jan 2024 The Agrecalc team


  • Agrecalc has welcomed the DEFRA report - “Harmonisation of Carbon Accounting Tools for Agriculture – SCF0129", as an important catalyst to improve consistency across farm carbon reporting tools.
  • As part of PRISM2030, the Look family farm in Somerset benefited from using Agrecalc to identify improvements and allow for practical recommendations.
  • ArcZero project in NI set out to change farmers' behaviour by empowering them with the results of measuring and benchmarking the GHG emissions of seven farms, varying in enterprise and geography.
  • A grazing event has put some meat on the bones of ABP's sustainability programme PRISM 2030, by bringing together beef and lamb farmers with technical experts and the Agrecalc team.
  • DEFRA has awarded £3.3 million in funding to a major Agrecalc-supported on-farm trial and research project that seeks to eliminate the dependence of grassland farming on nitrogen fertilisers.
  • On a traditional farm, the sum of small gains allowed for 48.52% increase in output between the first and the third audit in 2020, and the total emissions per kilo of output were reduced by 34%.


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