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Feng Tao; McConnell, C.; O'Hara, K.; Chai Jing; Spadafori, G.
Publisher
NationwideDVM.com,
Citation
Brachycephalic breed disease prevalence study, 2017, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

This study analyses pig breeding operations and the demands of smallholder pig producers in Nghe An province of northcentral Vietnam, a province that has developed rapidly over the last decade. The study was highly participatory in nature, involving a large range of stakeholders. Specifically, it...

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Marshall, K.; Le Thi Thanh Huyen
Publisher
International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
Pig breeds and breeding operations in Nghe An province, Vietnam, with a focus on the smallholder pig sector, 2016, pp vi + 45 pp.
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Porsbo, L. J.; Agersø, Y.
Publisher
Fødevareinstituttet (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet), Søborg, Denmark
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2016, pp 45 pp.
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Mayberry, D.; Cowley, F.; Cramb, R.; Poppi, D.; Quigley, S.; McCosker, K.; Priyanti, A.; Affandhy, L.; Anderson, S.; Andrayani, D.; Antari, R.; Cahyadi, F.; Cahyono, D. B.; Dahlanuddin; Dikman, D.; Fordyce, G.; Gunadi, S.; Hanifah, V.; Haryanto, B.; Hidayat, M.; Indrakusuma, D. A.; Irawan, F.; Jazila, I.; Kasmiyati; Mahendri, I. G. A. P.; Marsetyo
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
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Improving the reproductive performance of cows and performance of fattening cattle in low input systems of Indonesia and northern Australia, 2016, pp 88 pp.
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This book is part of a series of publications produced by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research in support of the ongoing roll-out of more productive, economic and environmentally sustainable upland cropping systems in Cambodia. It serves as a guide for maize production...

Author(s)
Martin, R.; Montgomery, S.; Phan, S.; Im, S.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Maize production guide for Cambodian conditions, 2016, pp 74 pp.
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This study examines the experiences and challenges of innovative livestock farmers in the Netherlands as they try to put sustainable livestock farming into practice. A livestock farmer who innovates leaves the dominant system and enters a niche. Not only does the farmer part ways with a certain...

Author(s)
Bremmer, B.; Kortstee, H.; Vierstra, J.; Wichen, Y. van; Veen, K. van; Boezem, E. van de
Publisher
LEI Wageningen UR, Den Haag, Netherlands
Citation
Het Nieuwe Veehouden mogelijk maken: Zoeken naar ruimte voor verduurzaming in de veehouderij, 2016, pp 51 pp.
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This paper offers an overview of the concept of Organic 3.0 and proposes a general strategy for its implementation. It can form the basis for a commonly shared and up-to-date understanding of the future direction of the organic movement. The overall goal of Organic 3.0 is to enable a widespread...

Author(s)
Arbenz, M.; Gould, D.; Stopes, C.
Publisher
IFOAM Organics International, Bonn, Germany
Citation
Organic 3.0 - for truly sustainable farming and consumption, 2016, pp 24 pp.
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Following 19 months of consultation and 8 interim papers, each focusing on a specific aspect of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), this report sets out the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance's final recommendations to tackle AMR in a global way. The recommendations include: (i) reducing the demand for ...

Author(s)
O'Neill, J.
Publisher
Wellcome Trust, London, UK
Citation
Tackling drug-resistant infections globally: final report and recommendations, 2016, pp 84 pp.
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This report, the 12th in our series of adoption studies, documents the adoption results for seven ACIAR projects completed in 2010-11. They involved six individual partner countries: China (three projects), India, the Philippines, South Africa, Indonesia and Vietnam.

Author(s)
Pearce, D.; Alford, A.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Adoption of ACIAR project outputs 2015, 2016, pp 63 pp.
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The project sought to primarily develop the first criteria for fish passage developed for Lower Mekong species but also understand the extent of current irrigation development and quantify potential social and economic benefits.

Author(s)
Baumgartner, L.; Marsden, T.; Millar, J.; Thorncraft, G.; Phonekhampheng, O.; Singhanouvong, D.; Homsombath, K.; Robinson, W.; McPherson, J.; Martin, K.; Boys, C.
Publisher
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR), Canberra, Australia
Citation
Development of fish passage technology to increase fisheries production on floodplains in the Lower Mekong basin, 2016, pp ii + 75 pp.

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