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Livestock management collection

Code: 91508
This collection includes 8 chapters that cover the sustainable management of all types of livestock farming and the key steps in the value chain for livestock production, from breeding to slaughter.

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A selection of chapters in this collection:
effects of organic management on greenhouse gas emissions and energy efficiency in livestock production: L. G. Smith, The Organic Research Centre and Cranfield University, UK; and A. G. Williams, Cranfield University, UK
Principles of organic livestock farming: Susanne Padel, The Organic Research Centre, UK
Rethinking and engaging with animal health in organic farming: Mette Vaarst, Aarhus University, Denmark
Balancing pasture productivity with environmental and animal health requirements: D. R. Woodfield, Grasslands Research Centre, New Zealand; and H. G. Judson, Kimihia Research Centre, New Zealand
Managing grassland systems to optimise livestock production: J. L. Peyraud, L. Delaby and R. Delagarde, INRA-Agrocampus Ouest, France
Persistence and yield stability of temperate grassland legumes for sustainable animal production: F. Ortega, L. Inostroza and C. Moscoso, Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, Chile; and L. Parra and A. Quiroz, Universidad de La Frontera, Chile
Role of pasture in the diet of ruminant livestock: Michael R. F. Lee, University of Bristol and Rothamsted Research, UK; M. Jordana Rivero, Rothamsted Research, UK; and John W. Cone, Wageningen University, The Netherlands
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