Greenhouse Accounting Frameworks (GAF) for Australian Dairy, Sheep, Beef or Grain Farms
The Dairy (D-GAF), Beef (B-GAF), Sheep (S-GAF), Feedlot (F-GAF) and Grains (G-GAF) Farm Greenhouse Accounting Framework Tools are freely available below as MS Excel spreadsheets.
These tools use the Australian National Greenhouse Gas Inventory (NGGI) method, to predict the magnitude and sources of Greenhouse Gasses emitted from a farm.
Note! CO2 are from fuel and Electricity is NOT attributed to the farm in the NGGI, or under the CFI, but have been included by popular request from users.
To download the spreadsheets right click on the name below and save the file to your computer first.
Note! These products subject to change as the NGGI methodology is updated. Please check for updates.
- (D-GAF) Dairy GHG Accounting Framework V11.2 (updated and cleaned up May 2012)
- (B-GAF) Beef GHG Accounting Framework V12 (updated - updated Aug 2013)
- (B-GAFN) Beef GHG Accounting Framework V13N (extra livestock category added for northern beef; updated Aug 2013)
- (S-GAF) Sheep GHG Accounting Framework V6 (updated and cleaned up May 2012)
- (G-GAF) Grains GHG Accounting Framework V8 (updated and cleaned up May 2012)
- (F-GAF) Feedlot GHG Accounting Framework V1.5 (new prototype May 2012; please provide feedback)
- Excel file of example inputs for GAF calculators and comparitive emissions (download excel file)
NEW - CARBON OFFSET SCENARIO TOOLS (COST)
- Sheep COST V1.2
- Dairy Greenhouse Abatement Strategies Calculator (DGAS) V3.5 )
Other Calculators and Tools
- FarmGas Scenario Tool - Australian Farm Institute online tool
- Reforestation Modelling Tool and FUllCAM
- DGAS ERF Dietary oils calculator (ERF Method)
- Beef nitrates feeding calcualtor (ERF method)
- PigBal Version 2.14 (ERF Method)
- Vegetable Carbon Calculator (Veggie Carbon Tool web site)
- Horticulture Carbon Calculator (HortCarbonInfo version 7.0 2016, by Peter Deuter)
- Wine Industry Greenhouse Gas Calculator (WFA web site Excel)
- Cotton Greenhouse Gas Calculator (QUT web site)
- Cotton Carbon Management Tool (CCMT) (Cooler carbon web site)