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Extensive sheep farming in Central
France : diversity of management types in relation to savings of concentrates,
product marketing and labour availability. Consequences for grazing
Benoît Dedieu & J.M. Chabosseau, France.
Socio-economic and marketing aspects of
livestock regimes in regions a) with still existing low intensity livestock
systems; b) where the implementation of such systems could be a future
alternative and c) where even low intensity livestock systems have little
Rainer Luick, Germany
The socio-economics of sheep and goat
farming in Greece and the implications for future rural development.
Yiannis Hadjigeorgiou, François Vallerand, and George Zervas, Greece
The process of change in the
livestock systems of small family farmers in response to new local development
programs: The example of the mountainous region of Evritania.
Dimitris Katsaros, Greece
Husbandry systems and market
segmentation of products from LFAs - the example of Luberon lamb in France.
Jacques Lasseur, Jean-Pierre Boutonnet, Danielle Ponchelet, Marie-Claude Leouffre, Christian Deverre, France
Future applications of web-based
information and tele-cooperation in integrated research on livestock
Marianne Andres & Jan Mark Pohlmann ZADI, Germany
SESSION 2 - Results of LSIRD feasibility studies
Report of feasibility
of LSIRD study on the establishment of cashmere production in the EU.
Angus Russel, UK
The introduction of
moose to more southerly regions of Europe for the management of wetland
Thiérry Lecomte, France
Analysis of the
viability of ostrich farming in the EU.
Brian Revell & John Adams, UK
SESSION 3 -
The added value of cashmere and kid meat
production in the Norwegian dairy goat industry.
Lars Olav Eik & L. J. Asheim, Norway
On-farm food processing in France, the experience of the
observatoire of innovation in Europe.
Martine François. France
Extensive beef cattle production in
Portugal: the added value of indigenous breeds in the beef market.
Luis Pinto de Andrade, L., Rodrigues, A.M. & Várzea Rodrigues, J.P., Portugal
Consumer expectations and behaviour
in lamb and beef consumption in Germany: problems and opportunities for
environmentally-friendly animal husbandry systems.
Gerold Rahmann, Germany
SESSION 4 Policy
The role of agricultural policy in
maintaining High Nature Value (HNV) farming systems in Europe.
Petra Hellegers, Netherlands
Livestock agriculture and rural
development in Ireland - challenges for policy.
Jim Phelan, Ireland
The implications of further CAP Reform on the regional impact of livestock headage payments in Scotland.
Richard Kelly & Andrew Copus, Scotland
Greening LFA payments: the environmental dimension of agricultural support in disadvantaged areas of the United Kingdom.
Peter Midmore, Anne-Marie Sherwood & Gabriella Roughley. Aberystwyth, UK
Integrating the multi-objective roles
of livestock production activities in a policy for sustainable development: the
case of "Carso", Trieste, Italy.
Gianluigi Gallenti, Francesco Marangon & Roberta Leonarduzzi, Italy
SESSION 5 Environmental Management
Livestock production systems and the
vegetation dynamics of Less Favoured Areas (LFAs): developing viable systems to
manage semi-natural vegetation in temperate LFAs in Spain.
(versión en español)
Koldo Osoro & Javier Martínez Vassallo, Spain
The economics and ecology of
extensively reared Highland cattle in the Scottish LFA: an example of a self
sustaining livestock system.
Eric Bignal, Davy McCracken & Aeneas MacKay, UK
Biotope conservation with ruminants in
Germany: the example of goats on shrub-infested slopes.
Pera Haumann, Germany
Variation in intensity of grassland
farming in Austria's Alpine areas - a socio-economic study.
Christina Mayer and Hans-Karl Wytrzens, Austria.