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Record number 430782
Title Livestock farming with care : summaries of essays
Author(s) Eijsackers, H.J.P.; Scholten, M.C.T.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR - ISBN 9789461731708 - 40
Department(s) DLO Foundation
IMARES
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) vee - veehouderij - sociale kwesties - maatschappelijk draagvlak - diergezondheid - volksgezondheid - dierethiek - dierenwelzijn - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - consumentengedrag - toekomst - dierlijke productie - nederland - livestock - livestock farming - social issues - public support - animal health - public health - animal ethics - animal welfare - sustainability - consumer behaviour - future - animal production - netherlands
Categories Animal Husbandry (General) / Social Questions
Abstract Wageningen UR is the country’s major research organisation in the field of livestock farming, providing the knowledge base for innovative livestock farming in our country and beyond and, as such, keen to play a role in the above mentioned debate. To this end an interdisciplinary task force was formed embodying a range of expertise, from livestock technology to system analysis and from economics to public administration. As one of the task force activities, Wageningen UR colleagues were invited to write an essay with their vision on specific aspects of this debate, based on their views and expertise. The result was a series of 30 essays, providing a wide overview of relevant issues with possible directions for solutions.
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