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Farmers are excited about the project, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation: “Dung beetles make a huge difference,” says John Pierce, an organic farmer near Auckland.

“It’s absolutely massive when you start realising that 80 per cent of the nitrous oxide is actually captured and the run-off is virtually eliminated because they just produce so many little holes that the water doesn’t run off the fields anymore.

It actually goes half a metre deep into the ground.” New Zealand won’t be the first nation to import dung beetles as environmental workers: Australia called in the bugs in the 1960s to help clean up their water and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, among other reasons: New Zealand’s Environmental Risk Management Authority has long worried that the importation of outside species–and their potential environmental impact–outweighed the benefits the dung beetles would confer.

“One of the big things basically is the accumulation of dung on pasture surfaces,” Landcare New Zealand research scientist Shaun Forgie told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

It’s bad for cattle because more dung increases the “zone of repugnance, which means there’s an area around dung which is basically offensive to grazing livestock….

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