The Botany at Dairy Farm is the newest new launch in the area and comes in at a lower $PSF compared to its resale condo rivals in the vicinity – which may not bode well for it in the long run. With 386 units, the new development has full condominium facilities and will enjoy lush greenery next door with Hillview MRT within walking distance.
The developer has opted for porcelain floor tiles with marble accents for common areas while bedrooms will have vinyl flooring, which is standard in new launches nowadays. Ceiling height is also quite normal at 2.8m.
As for the kitchen, the appliances are supplied by German maker Bosch and includes a fridge freezer, oven, gas hobs and washer / dryer. The kitchen also has a 2-panel window for owners to ventilate the space. As for the dining area, I’m pretty happy with how they’ve incorporated the bench seating to create a 4-seater dining table.
Aside from a good mix of plants, soil biodiversity also helps dairy farms reduce inputs of mineral fertilizers and pesticides, thereby reducing environmental pollution in water, soil and air. Biodiversity-based principles are also used in dairy farming to improve milk quality, nutrient management and support One Health.
The Dairy Cattle Center is one of the leading research institutions in Asia for cows and their pasture-based diets, as well as nutrition, physiology and breeding. A 10:1 student-faculty ratio and small classes allow for meaningful connections, and out-of-classroom learning opportunities – including internships on farms, in agribusiness and technical services, or with veterinary medicine – prepare students for a range of careers. the botany at dairy farm