Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing agriculture as we must produce food to feed a growing global population. According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, the world population is expected to be 9.2 billion by 2050, and consequently the food demand will be increased by 70%. To cope with these increasing demands, the food production also needs to increase by at least 50-70 % to its current capacity by 2050. Improving production efficiency on farms and minimizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is an ongoing and active research area. The article is a work-in-progress presentation of our ongoing efforts in the direction of building an all-encompassing framework towards less GHG intensive climate-neutral farming practices. The dairy sector within agriculture is being used for validation and experimentation, with cows as the centrepiece, and the farmers as the stakeholders that will be the ultimate actors for sustainable environmental impact from the improved farming practices in place. The work also focuses on measuring the behavioural changes of farmer(s) for adoption of technology. The envisioned end goal is to build an overarching toolkit and framework for effective knowledge sharing. The article starts with a brief contextual introduction, followed by key considerations, challenges and identified research questions that need to be addressed and evaluated at a wider level in the research community to build the desired framework at a global scale.