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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Pecuária Sudeste - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2021
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: RIVERO, M. J.
EVANS, A. C. O.
BERNDT, A.
CARTMILL, A.
DOWSEY, A.
FARRUGGIA, A.
MIGNOLET, C.
ENRIQUEZ-HIDALGO, D.
CHADWICK, D.
MCCRACKEN, D. I.
BUSCH, D.
PEREYRA, F.
MARTIN, G. B.
SANFORD, G. R.
SHERIDAN, H.
WRIGHT, I.
BRUNET, L.
EISLER, M. C.
LOPEZ-VILLALOBOS, N.
ROVIRA, P.
HARRIS, P.
MURPHY, P.
WILLIAMS, A. P.
JACKSON, R. D.
MACHADO, R.
SURAJ, P. T.
PUECH, T.
BOLAND, T. M.
AYALA, W.
LEE, M. R. F.
Additional Information: M. JORDANA RIVERO, Rothamsted Research; ALEX C. O. EVANS, University College Dublin; ALEXANDRE BERNDT, CPPSE; ANDREW CARTMILL, University of Wisconsin Platteville; ANDREW DOWSEY, University of Bristol; ANNE FARRUGGIA, INRAE ACT UE; CATHERINE MIGNOLET, INRAE ACT, UR; DANIEL ENRIQUEZ-HIDALGO, Rothamsted Research; DAVE CHADWICK, Bangor University; DAVY I. MCCRACKEN, Hill and Mountain Research Centre; DENNIS BUSCH, University of Wisconsin Platteville; FABIANA PEREYRA, Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria (INIA); GRAEME B. MARTIN, The University of Western Australia; GREGG R. SANFORD, University of Wisconsin Madison; HELEN SHERIDAN, University College Dublin; IAIN WRIGHT, International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI); LAURENT BRUNET, INRAE ACT, UR; MARK C. EISLER, University of Bristol; NICOLAS LOPEZ-VILLALOBOS, Massey University; PABLO ROVIRA, Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria (INIA); PAUL HARRIS, Rothamsted Research; PAUL MURPHY, University College Dublin; A. PRYSOR WILLIAMS, Bangor University; RANDALL D. JACKSON, University of Wisconsin Madison; RUI MACHADO, CPPSE; P. T. SURAJ, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University; THOMAS PUECH, INRAE ACT, UR; TOMMY M. BOLAND, University College Dublin; WALTER AYALA, Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria (INIA); MICHAEL R. F. LEE, Harper Adams University.
Title: Taking the steps toward sustainable livestock: our multidisciplinary global farm platform journey.
Publisher: Animal Frontiers, v.11, n.5, p.52-58, oct. 2021.
Language: Ingles
Keywords: Circularity
Grazing systems
Mixed farming
Precision farming
Research farms
Ruminant livestock
Description: Implications The Global Farm Platform was conceived and established to explore multidisciplinary strategies for optimising the sustainability of ruminant livestock systems around the world. International sustainability issues are common, but the solutions are often region-specific; therefore, our farms, situated across all major agroclimatic zones, are a unique resource worldwide. Each farm is following ?steps to sustainable livestock? to improve their production system(s), thereby developing robust metrics to progress economic, environmental and social viability. The consortium works collaboratively to improve the sustainability of ruminants, which we argue are a vital component of global food systems, delivering both human and planetary health.
Data Created: 2021-11-05
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