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New Trends for Innovation in the Mediterranean Animal Production

New Trends for Innovation in the Mediterranean Animal Production

R. Bouche, A. Derkimba and F. Casabianca

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Author(s): R. Bouche, A. Derkimba and F. Casabianca

About The Book

The Mediterranean area shows a great diversity of livestock systems, depending on local resources and traditions, but also on the networking space where informational resources are available for producers. During the last decades, a lot of innovations have been conceived or introduced in the Mediterranean area, allowing livestock systems to remain competitive.

The book looks at two main issues: firstly, it gives an updated review on the main innovations that significantly changed the activities of livestock production in the Mediterranean area in the recent past. Secondly, the focus lies on the extent to which these innovations improve the efficiency, ensure the socio-cultural basis or reduce the environmental impact of livestock systems.

This book provides a set of updated information and knowledge useful for researchers, students, extension services and policy-makers in the field of animal science.

Additional Information

Author R. Bouche, A. Derkimba and F. Casabianca
Availability In Print
Dimensions Unknown (W x H x D)
Extent 344p
ISBN 978-90-8686-170-5
Publication date 2011
Book Type Hardcover

Contents

Preface - R. Bouche, A. Derkimba and F. Casabianca

  1. Introduction on innovation
  2. Innovations improving the efficiency of livestock systems in the Mediterranean area
    A. Genetics, breeding, reproduction
    B. Feeding systems, nutrition, health
    C. Animal products, system traceability
    D. Animal recording - data identification
  3. Innovations improving the socio-cultural basis or increasing ethical issues in livestock systems from the Mediterranean area
  4. Innovations dedicated to enhance environmental positive impacts of livestock activities from Mediterranean natural and human resources

Round table
Conclusion
Keyword index
Author index

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