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In France and Korea, while the overall nitrogen balance is high, the contribution of nitrogen from dairy cow manure is less than 10%.  In Austria, Poland and Sweden, the reverse is true; the overall nitrogen balance is low but the contribution of nitrogen from dairy cow manure is greater than 10%.  In Australia, Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the United States, the risk is lower, as indicated by an overall nutrient balance below 50 kgN/ha and with dairy contributing less than 10% to total livestock nitrogen manure production.

Mountain dairy farming in countries such as Austria, Italy, France and Switzerland play an important role in preserving the alpine plant ecosystems. For example, a major long-term study in Switzerland found a wider range of flora and fauna species on extensive dairy cattle grazing areas compared to extensively managed conservation areas where the grass is cut (Schmid, 2001). Such systems are also important for tourism, by keeping an open landscape, and for the protection of human settlements from natural hazards such as avalanches and mudflows.

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