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A pilot socio-economic analysis of QLIF dairy projects Organic Eprints
Nicholas, Dr. Phillipa; Lampkin, Dr. Nicolas; Leifert, Prof. Carlo; Butler, Dr. Gillian; Klocke, Peter; Wagenaar, J.P.T.M..
A pilot socio-economic impact assessment was carried out on three dairy projects within QLIF to identify the business, consumer and policy issues likely to influence the adoption of the innovations resulting from QLIF. A socio-economic analysis is pre-sented related to the key outcomes from the three projects which include: manage-ment systems to reduce mastitis and antibiotic use in organic dairy farms and how milk quality can be enhanced through high forage organic feeding systems. Due to a lack financial data costs had to be assumed based on other studies. The socio-economic analysis identified a significant number of potential economic and social implications of implementing strategies developed in the QLIF project that aim at increasing animal...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Social aspects; Farm economics.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/12664/1/Nicholas_qlif_dairy_socio%2Deconomic_evaluation_2008.pdf
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Effect of organic and conventional crop production systems on food quality and safety Organic Eprints
Schmidt, Dr. Christoph S; Lueck, Dr. Lorna; Shotton, Peter; Seal, Dr. Chris J; Brandt, Dr. Kirsten; Leifert, Prof. Carlo.
A range of comparative studies have recently been carried out to compare the composition of foods produced in organic, “low input” and conventional production systems. This paper will review the currently available information on nutritional differences between organic and non-organic crops. It will also describe the Nafferton Factorial Systems Experiment which was established as part of the IP Quality-LowInputFood to study the effect (and interactions between) (a) rotational design, (b) fertility management and (c) crop protection regimes on crop quality and safety.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop health; Quality; Protection Food security; Food quality and human health.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://orgprints.org/8099/1/SchmidtNutritional_quality_of_organic_food_%2D_Odense_2006r.pdf
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Effect of wheat production system components on food preference in rats Organic Eprints
Lueck, Dr. Lorna; Velimirov, Dr. Alberta; Shiel, Dr. Robert S.; Cooper, Dr. Julia M.; Leifert, Prof. Carlo.
In the study presented the effects of two major system components - fertility management and crop protection - were tested in a rat preference test for the first time. Wheat samples produced under 4 combinations of these management factors: -a) organic fertility and crop protection management, b) organic fertility management and conventional crop protection c) conventional fertility management and organic crop protection and d) conventional fertility management and crop protection - generated in the Nafferton factorial systems comparison (NFSC) trial at Newcastle University, were used as experimental diets. Results showed that the organically fertilised wheat was preferred by rats (P = 0.001) while the organic crop protection resulted in reduced wheat...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Crop health; Quality; Protection.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/11867/1/11867.pdf
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Which aspects of health are likely to be affected by our choice of food quality, such as organic food, and how can we investigate this question? Organic Eprints
Brandt, Dr. Kirsten; Leifert, Prof. Carlo.
There are ample examples that the methods used for production of food do make a difference for food composition or other aspects of its quality, and that some of these differences are large enough to make a real difference for the consumer in terms of health. Some of these differences may in fact cause (yet unproven) general differences in food quality between organic and conventional products. However, many of the production methods that benefit food quality are not necessarily restricted to either organic or conventional systems. Understanding the links between production methods and food quality therefore allows improvement of the products of any system, whether organic or conventional. Many of these benefits are linked with what is presently common...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health.
Ano: 2005 URL: http://orgprints.org/8427/1/brandt240_243.pdf
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