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By RITAWIN ILLINOIS

The University of New Hampshire is pleased to announce the award of a prestigious research scholarship to help farmers in New Hampshire produce better cattle feed.

The $500,000, seven-month research project will examine how changes in cattle nutrition can influence production, feeding, and environmental conditions. The grant follows an award in June of $600,000 that was awarded to a team of agricultural experts who conducted a study in California that identified dietary changes in bovine bovine-produced dairy products and their impacts on grasslands.

The university is also working with the local nonprofit farm and animal shelter, the New Hampshire Cattlemen's Association, and two other organizations to identify the most important challenges farmers will face in meeting global nutritional needs. This includes the current shortage of feed from cattle grazing on degraded grasslands, the need to maintain livestock productivity as a result of climate change and the need to reduce or remove harmful pollutants.

"This award is an important contribution to New Hampshire's efforts to protect our environment, which has caused a dramatic decline in crop production in New England over the past 10 to 15 years," said New Hampshire State Rep. David N. Green. "These efforts are especially important as we continue to struggle with crop failures such as drought, disease, and increased temperatures. At the University of New Hampshire, we have focused on improving agricultural productivity, and now we look forward to more intensive research with the livestock industry, the community, and the government about how we can maximize our value-added agriculture."

"These efforts represent a new and important opportunity for farmers across the state to learn, analyze and evaluate a range of new solutions for increasing agricultural productivity while ensuring the soil holds a stable balance of organic matter in a productive soil system," said Dan Papp, vice president of research and development at the University of New Hampshire. "Through the research project, we will be able to gain valuable input from experts and stakeholders to improve the agricultural productivity of our most important crops, such as wheat, corn, soybeans and sugar beets."

The award also comes as the state's governor recently announced that New Hampshire is launching the first of the state's five studies on climate change and its impacts on agricultural productivity. The goal of the study is to identify the ways in which New Hampshire can reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, increase agricultural productivity, and enhance public health to reduce agricultural carbon footprints.

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The price of a load of 10 kilowatts would increase by about 18 cents on average household and 11 cents on a 12-monthly or more frequent basis.

It is believed the cost of the scheme would increase by about 15 cents for households with a lower income, and about 4 cents for those in debt.

"One of the measures that we're trying to do to mitigate this is that we are removing a provision that would otherwise give people a chance to borrow to finance their own energy consumption.

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If the proposals were to go ahead, it could reduce the supply of renewables, increasing the cost of electricity and reducing demand.

The cost of clean energy for the average household will fall by about $4 to $10.

But the costs for those who benefit the most include the cost of providing energy support and helping families pay bills, with the impact having a significant impact on families' household incomes.

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