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Record number 432967
Title Ethical Consideration in Livestock Breeding : proceedings of the first lowinputbreeds symposium, Wageningen 15-16 March 2011
Author(s) Leenstra, F.R.; Jensen, K.K.; Butler, G.; Baker, B.; Willer, H.; Maurer, V.
Source Frick, Switzerland : Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) - ISBN 9783037362303 - 114
Department(s) LR - Innovation Processes
Publication type Scientific book (author)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) agrarische productiesystemen - biologische landbouw - scharrelhouderij - rassen (dieren) - melkveehouderij - schapenhouderij - varkenshouderij - pluimveehouderij - hennen - bio-ethiek - biodiversiteit - dierethiek - dierenwelzijn - dierveredeling - conferenties - low input landbouw - agricultural production systems - organic farming - free range husbandry - breeds - dairy farming - sheep farming - pig farming - poultry farming - hens - bioethics - biodiversity - animal ethics - animal welfare - animal breeding - conferences - low input agriculture
Categories Animal Breeding and Genetics (General) / Organic Animal Production / Animal Production Systems (General) / Organic Farming
Abstract The aim of the symposium was to discuss the plans and progress in LowInputBreeds in an early stage of the EU-project with stakeholders. For the symposium farmers and policy workers from governmental and non-governmental organisations were invited. Special attention was paid to possible ethical issues in organic and free range systems of livestock production as considered by the LowInputBreeds project.
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