Botany At Dairy Farm

A dairy farm is an establishment where the primary activity is the production of milk and other related products. Dairy farms can be small, medium or large scale operations. Historically, dairy farming was a part of diversified farm operations but in the last century larger, dedicated dairy farms emerged. These are only viable where there is a significant market of people who need to consume milk and who do not have cows of their own or where large amounts of milk can be produced more economically than in smaller quantities.

In the field, dairy farmers rely on leys (landscape plantings) to improve soil quality and water availability and reduce weed infestation and erosion. Herbs, legumes and grasses are commonly used in dairy leys. These include dill (Anethum graveolens), caraway (Carum carvi), parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and chicory (Cichorium intybis). They also use herbs that have anthelmintic properties, such as wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), mugwort and common tansy.

A typical unit at Botany At Dairy Farm comes with porcelain floor tiles for common areas and vinyl for bedrooms. It is fitted with good European brands for the sanitary ware and bathroom fittings. The kitchen cabinets are made from melamine and are painted in a neutral shade. The fridge in this show unit is a 2 door Bosch.

Residents at Botany At Dairy Farm would be able to enjoy a view of the adjacent Dairy Farm Nature Park from most of their units. It will be a great place to take your dog for a walk, enjoy some fresh air or even go jogging before dinner. Getting groceries will not be an issue as there are several shopping centres nearby including Railway Mall and Hillv2 that will bring your daily needs closer to home.the botany at dairy farm

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