Record nummer 2227952
Titel Lessons learnt- agroforestry for organic and free-range egg production in the Netherlands
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Monique Bestman
Auteur(s) Bestman, M.
Uitgever [S.l.] : Agforward
Jaar van uitgave 2017
Pagina's 15 p
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Trefwoorden (cab) agroforestry / biologische landbouw / scharrelhouderij / scharreleieren / eierproductie / vleeskuikens / dierenwelzijn / agroforestrysystemen / hennen / pluimveehouderij / pluimvee / uitloop
Rubrieken Ecologische landbouw / Pluimvee
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The AGFORWARD research project (January 2014-December 2017), funded by the European Commission, is promoting agroforestry practices in Europe that will advance sustainable rural development. The project has four objectives: 1. to understand the context and extent of agroforestry in Europe, 2. to identify, develop and field-test innovations (through participatory research) to improve the benefits and viability of agroforestry systems in Europe, 3. to evaluate innovative agroforestry designs and practices at a field-, farm- and landscape scale, and 4. to promote the wider adoption of appropriate agroforestry systems in Europe through policy development and dissemination. This report contributes to Objective 2 in that it focuses on the field-testing of an innovation within the “agroforestry for livestock systems” participative research and development network. This report contributes to Deliverable 5.14: Lessons learned from innovations in agroforestry systems.
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