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Animal health and welfare planning in organic dairy cattle farms Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Winckler, Christoph; Roderick, Stephen; Smolders, Gidi; Ivemeyer, Silvia; Brinkmann, Jan; Mejdell, Cecilie; Whistance, Lindsay; Nicholas, Pip; Walkenhorst, Michael; Leeb, Christine; March, Solveig; Henriksen, Britt I. F.; Stöger, Elisabeth; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Hansen, Berit; Huber, Johann.
Continuous development is needed within the farm to reach the goal of good animal health and welfare in organic livestock farming. The very different conditions between countries call for models that are relevant for different farming types and can be integrated into local practice and be relevant for each type of farming context. This article reviews frameworks, principles and practices for animal health and welfare planning which are relevant for organic livestock farming. This review is based on preliminary analyses carried out within a European project (acronym ANIPLAN) with participants from seven countries. The process begins with gathering knowledge about the current status within a given herd as background for making decisions and planning future...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle Health and welfare Education; Extension and communication.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/19397/1/Vaarst2011_aniplan_AHWP.pdf
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ANIPLAN – not just "any plan" Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Leeb, Christine; Nicholas, Pip; Roderick, Stephen; Smolders, Gidi; Walkenhorst, Michael; Brinkman, Jan; March, Solveig; Ströger, Elisabeth; Winkler, Christoph; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Lund, Vonne; Henriksen, Britt I. F.; Hansen, Inger; Neale, Madeleine.
Livestock farming is an important part of organic farming systems, and it is an explicit goal of organic farming to ensure high levels of animal health and welfare (AHW) through proactive and appropriate management of breeding, feeding, housing and species specific husbandry. A goal in organic livestock farming is to minimise the use of veterinary medicines to improve food quality and protect the environment, and to do this by improving livestock living conditions rather than using alternative medical treatments. Key values influencing organic livestock production are naturalness, harmony at all levels of production, use and recirculation of local resources and adoption of the precautionary principle. The concepts of "positive health and welfare" are...
Tipo: Report chapter Palavras-chave: Food security; Food quality and human health Health and welfare Breeding and genetics Feeding and growth.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/13404/1/13404.pdf
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Betriebsstruktur und Grobfuttererzeugung ökologisch wirtschaftender Milchviehbetriebe in Deutschland Organic Eprints
Tichter, Arne; Sweers , Weert; Müller, Jürgen; Dittmann, Lisa; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Isselstein, Johannes.
Die Erzeugung hochwertiger Grobfuttermittel spielt für die Rentabilität und Nachhaltigkeit der Milcherzeugung im ökologischen Landbau eine entscheidende Rolle. Grobfuttermittel beeinflussen die Gesundheit und Leistung des Milchviehs auf verschiedene Art und Weise. Zudem variieren die standörtlichen Bedingungen des Futterbaus sowie die avisierten Leistungsniveaus der Milchviehhaltung in der Praxis erheblich (Haas et al. 2001, Brinkmann & Winckler 2005, Müller-Lindenlauf et al. 2010). Ziel dieser Untersuchung ist es, die Variabilität der betrieblichen Konzepte der Grobfuttererzeugung überregional zu analysieren und etwaige Strategietypen zu identifizieren, die für weitergehende Analysen und Beratungsempfehlungen eine objektivierte Grundlage bieten.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Pasture and forage crops; Feeding and growth; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/17605/3/Tichter_17605.pdf
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Bundesweite Erhebung - Regionale Unterschiede im Absatz von Bio-Produkten Organic Eprints
Nieberg, Hiltrud; Fenneker, Alois; Rahmann, Gerold; Drengemann, Susanne; March, Solveig; Zurek, Christina.
In einer bundesweiten Erhebung wurden die Vermarktungswege und die von den Erzeugern erzielten Preise für Winterweizen, Kartoffeln, Milch und Rindfleisch ermittelt. Die Ergebnisse bringen mehr Transparenz in den Bio-Markt und machen regionale Unterschiede deutlich.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Markets and trade.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://orgprints.org/4762/1/22_24_Nieberg_3.pdf
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Bundesweite repräsentative Erhebung und Analyse der verbreiteten Produktionsverfahren, der realisierten Vermarktungswege und der wirtschaftlichen sowie sozialen Lage ökologisch wirtschaftender Betriebe und Aufbau eines bundesweiten Praxis-Forschungs-Netzes Organic Eprints
Rahmann, Gerold; Nieberg, Hiltrud; Drengemann, Susanne; March, Solveig; Fenneker, Alois; Zurek, Christina.
Ökologisch wirtschaftende Betriebe zeichnen sich durch eine große Vielfalt aus. Sie wird u.a. bestimmt durch die natürlichen Standortbedingungen, die konventionelle Ausgangssituation, die betriebsindividuellen Entwicklungspfade von der Umstellung bis zur Etablierung der ökologischen Wirtschaftsweise, die unterschiedlichen Richtlinien der Erzeugerverbände, die sozioökonomischen Rahmenbedingungen und die Fähigkeiten, Erwartungen sowie Präferenzen der Betriebsleiter. Die offiziellen Datensätze von ökologisch bewirtschafteten Betrieben (z.B. aus der Agrarberichterstattung und der Landwirtschaftszählung) geben zwar eine gewisse Auskunft über die Erzeugungsgrundlagen und -strukturen sowie über Kosten, Erlöse und Einkommenslage. Detaillierte Daten zu einzelnen...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Markets and trade.
Ano: 2004 URL: http://orgprints.org/8742/1/8742%2D02OE061%2Dfaloel%2Drahmann%2D2004%2Derhebung.pdf
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Dairy health in German organic farming - an intervention study on lameness and the implementation of herd health plans Organic Eprints
March, Solveig; Brinkmann, Jan; Winckler, Christoph.
A pilot study carried out in 2002/2003 (50 farms) revealed that production diseases such as mastitis, lameness and metabolic disorders play a considerable role in german organic dairy farming. In a follow-up project, an intervention study on lameness is currrently being carried out in 43 cubicle housed Holstein Friesian herds. Farms are monitored at 3-months intervals for two years. The average baseline lameness prevalence was 26%. Preliminary findings suggest a beneficial effect of access to pasture during summer and improvements due to intervention measures (housing, management) taken in approximately half of the farms. In a third step, herd health plans with regard to mastitis, lameness, metabolic disorders, reproductive disorders and calf diseases will...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Health and welfare.
Ano: 2006 URL: http://orgprints.org/7539/1/JOC%2D2006_March_et_al.pdf
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Development of animal health and welfare planning in organic dairy farming in Europe Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Leeb, Christine; Nicholas, Pip; Roderick, Stephen; Smolders, Gidi; Walkenhorst, Micheal; Brinkman, Jan; March, Solveig; Stöger, Elisabeth; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Winckler, Christoph; Lund, Wonne; Henriksen, Britt I.F.; Hansen, Berit; Neale, Madeleine; Whistance, Lindsay K..
Good animal health and welfare is an explicit goal of organic livestock farming, and will need continuous development and adjustment on the farms. Furthermore, the very different conditions in different regions of Europe calls for models that can be integrated into local practice and be relevant for each type of farming context. A European project with participants from seven countries have been established with the aim of developing principles for animal health and welfare planning in organic dairy farming, based on a process where knowledge about the status within a given herd will be included as background for taking decisions and planning future improvements. An important part of the planning process is communication with other farmers as well as...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Health and welfare.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/14840/1/Vaarst_14840_ed.doc
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Education and advisor systems related to dairy organic farming in the participating ANIPLAN countries Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Smolders, Gidi; Henriksen, Britt I. F.; Roderick, Stephen; Leeb, Christine; Walkenhorst, Michael; Winckler, Christoph; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Stöger, Elisabeth; Huber, Johann; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Ivemeyer, Silvia; Mejdell, Cecilie; Hansen, Berit; Nicholas, Phillipa; Whistance, Lindsay.
This chapter is the report of ANIPLAN’s deliverable 4.1 titled: ‘Evaluation report on the state of the art regarding advisor systems, education of farmers and advisors and farmer groups in the participating countries’. The seven participating countries (UK, Switzerland, Austria, The Netherlands, Norway, Germany and Denmark) had widely different approaches to advisory systems and education. This is important to consider when integrating the outcomes of the ANIPLAN project into the various systems in different countries.
Tipo: Report chapter Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18405/1/18405.pdf
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Einführung von Tiergesundheitsplänen in der ökologischen Milchviehhaltung - Ergebnisse einer deutschen Pilotstudie Organic Eprints
Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Winckler, Christoph.
It was the aim to (1) identify major indicators of animal health in organic dairy farming (i.e. mastitis, lameness, metabolic/reproductive disorders, calf diseases) and to define respective goals, (2) to provide guidelines for the development of herd health plans based on these indicators and, (3) to carry out an implementation study on representative dairy farms taking farmers, veterinary surgeons as well as other advisors into account. 44 organic dairy farms were visited four times during 2006 and 2007. Following a thorough assessment, herd health plans were developed in 28 farms; herd health was then monitored for one year. After one year, treatment incidence for clinical mastitis was significantly lower in intervention farms. Also lameness...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Health and welfare.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://orgprints.org/14451/1/Brinkmann_14451.pdf
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Einstreumanagement in der Ökologischen Milchviehhaltung Organic Eprints
Barth, Kerstin; Murk, Katrin; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Volling, Otto; Weiler, Martin; Weiß, Martin; Drerup, Christoph; Krömker, Volker.
The use of bedding materials of natural source is a requirement of the EU regulation of organic husbandry considering the needs of animals for dry comfortable lying areas. However, organic bedding materials provide an environment for mastitis pathogens, too and therefore increase the risk of intramammary infections if not well managed.
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Health and welfare; Knowledge management.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/19862/1/616_OEL_Barth_Ressortforschung_2010.pdf
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Eiweiß- und Energieversorgung in 34 konventionellen und ökologischen Milchviehherden Ergebnisse aus einem Netzwerk von Pilotbetrieben Organic Eprints
Hinterstoißer, P.; Schulz, Franz; Schüler, Maximilian; Wagner, Kathrin; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Paulsen, Hans Marten.
For reasons of animal health, milk yield and for environmental issues an optimal supply of protein and energy for dairy cows is essential. The aim of this study is to examine potential protein and energy malnutrition and surplus in dairy herds. We present a comparison of the protein and energy supply between 18 conventional and 16 organic dairy herds. Initial results indicate an undersupply on energy in the first one hundred days of lactation in both the organic and conventional feeding regimes. It is easier to provide an adequate protein supply in conventional conditions in the first one hundred days than in organic ones. A balanced supply is guaranteed for a mere 21,3 % of the organic cows. In the second one hundred days this increases to 26,5 %,...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/31926/1/Eiwei%C3%9F-%20und%20Energieversorgung%20in%2034%20konventionellen%20und.pdf
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Entwicklung der Eutergesundheit im Zeitraum der Trockenperiode in ökologisch wirtschaftenden Milchviehbetrieben Organic Eprints
Klocke, Doris; Zinke, Claudia; Paduch, Jan-Hendrik; Abograra, Esmaiel; Bormann, Anke; March, Solveig; Brinkmann, Jan; Volling, Otto; Drerup, Christoph; Weiler, Martin; Weiß, Martin; Krömker, Volker.
As a part of the study „Health and performance of dairy cows in organic farming from an interdisciplinary point of view – an (intervention-) study on metabolic disorders and mastitis with regard to forage production, feeding management and husbandry practices” quarter milk samples from cows at dry off and after calving were taken by farmers in 101 dairy farms in Germany between January 2008 and April 2010. The objective of this study was to evaluate mastitis prevalence at dry off and at calving and the evaluation of different therapeutic regimes at dry off. 3460 cows from 101 dairy farms were examined. Mastitis prevalence at dry off was comparable to conventional farms. At calving organic farms have high mastitis prevalence due to a low cure rate and a...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Production systems; Animal husbandry; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/17686/3/Klocke_17686.pdf
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Erste Ergebnisse einer Untersuchung zu Lahmheiten bei ökologisch gehaltenen Zuchtsauen in Stallhaltung mit Auslauf Organic Eprints
March, Solveig; Brinkmann, Jan; Schwalm, Anja; Leeb, Christine; Dippel, Sabine; Weißmann, Friedrich; Winckler, Christoph.
The aim of the study was assessing lameness prevalence in organic sows as well as identifying potential risk factors for lameness. The project focused on sows in organic farms with access to an outdoor run. Sows have been chosen since they are kept for a longer period of time as compared with fattening pigs and therefore influencing factors from the housing environment may have a greater impact on them. Furthermore, leg health is a prerequisite for productivity and longevity. In the preparatory phase, different gait scoring systems were be identified from the literature and tested with regard to reliability and feasibility in the on-farm context. Also, farms which are willing to cooperate (criteria for inclusion: minimum flock size 20 sows, certified...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Animal husbandry; Health and welfare; Pigs.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/27217/1/27217_march.pdf
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Eutergesundheit in der ökologischen Milchviehhaltung – Einfluss von Laktatonsstadium und Laktationszahl auf die Behandlungsinzidenz klinischer Masttiden Organic Eprints
Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Höller, Barbara; Winckler, Christoph.
Mastitis is one of the most important diseases in organic dairy farming. Therefore, it was the aim of this study to investigate the influence of stage of lactation and parity on mastitis risk in organic dairy cows. 43 German organic farms with German Holstein cows were selected via a questionnaire. These farms are being visited approximately every three months since 2005. Minimum herd size is 30 cows, and annual milk yield averages 6,277 kg/cow (min=3,175; max=9,653). During the farm visits, mastitis cases and treatments were extracted from farm records and data were processed using InterHerd©. The mean mastitis (treatment) incidence was 22 cases/100 cow years, which is comparable to incidences in organic farms reported elsewhere. 19 mastitis cases/100 cow...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Health and welfare.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://orgprints.org/9721/1/9721_Brinkmann_Vortrag.pdf
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Farmer groups for animal health and welfare planning in European organic dairy herds Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Walkenhorst, Michael; Ivemeyer, Silvia; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Whistance, Lindsay K.; Smolders, Gidi; Stöger, Elisabeth; Huber, Johann; Leeb, Christine; Roderick, Stephen; Winckler, Christoph; Henriksen, Britt I.F.; Nicholas, Pip; Hansen, Berit; Mejdell, Cecilie M..
A set of common principles for active animal health and welfare planning in organic dairy farming has been developed in the ANIPLAN project group of seven European countries. Health and welfare planning is a farmer‐owned process of continuous development and improvement and may be practised in many different ways. It should incorporate health promotion and disease handling, based on a strategy where assessment of current status and risks forms the basis for evaluation, action and review. Besides this, it should be 1) farm-specific, 2) involve external person(s) and 3) external knowledge, 4) be based on organic principles, 5) be written, and 6) acknowledge good aspects in addition to targeting the problem areas in order to stimulate the learning process....
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://orgprints.org/17867/1/vaarst%2Detal%2D2010%2DEuropean%2DIFSA%2DSymposium.pdf
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Farmer opinion on the process of health and welfare planning in Austria, Denmark, Germany, Norway and Switzerland Organic Eprints
Leeb, Christine; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Huber, Johann; Stöger, Elisabeth; Winckler, Christoph; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Walkenhorst, Michael; Ivemeyer, Silvia; Smolders, Gidi; Mejdell, Cecilie; Henriksen, Britt I. F.; Hansen, Berit; Whistance, Lindsay; Vaarst, Mette.
This report serves as a deliverable from the ANIPLAN project, with the original title ‘Evaluation report on state of the art regarding animal health and welfare planning in the participating countries’ (Deliverable 5.1). We chose to focus on the farmers’ perspective in each country, and ask the farmers who had participated in our project how they perceived the process of animal health and welfare planning. We did that using a questionnaire which each participant used in an interview with the farmer, asking some specific questions with the aim to evaluate how the farmers had experienced the ANIPLAN approach. We found that this focus was important as a supplement to other outcomes from the project, such as reduction of medicines (Ivemeyer et al., 2011) and...
Tipo: Report chapter Palavras-chave: "Organics" in general; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/18407/1/18407.pdf
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FARMERS TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR HERD HEALTH DEVELOPMENT – STABLE SCHOOLS AS A TOOL FOR DAIRY HEALTH AND WELFARE PLANNING IN EUROPE Organic Eprints
Ivemeyer, Silvia; Bell, Nick; Brinkmann, Jan; Cimer, Kornel; Gratzer, Elisabeth; Leeb, Christine; March, Solveig; Mejdell , Cecilie Marie; Roderick, Stephen; Smolders, Gidi; Walkenhorst, Michael; Winckler, Christoph; Vaarst, Mette.
Achieving and maintaining a high herd health and welfare status is an important aim in organic livestock farming.The different conditions between countries call for models that are relevant for different farming types that can be integrated into local practice. In stable schools, farmers take responsibility for health and welfare planning by identifying issues, setting goals and acting to improve the health situation based on farm-specific data e.g. milk production. This paper reviews the results from intervention studies that used the FFS approach for animal health and welfare planning, providing an overview of on-going activities and their implementation into advisory situations in selected European countries. Research studies with stable schools as an...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Animal husbandry Health and welfare Education; Extension and communication.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/23668/1/23668%20Ivemeyer-et-al_StableSchools_OWC14_final_MM.pdf
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Faustzahlen für den Ökologischen Landbau Organic Eprints
Bachinger, Johann; Becherer, Uwe; Bee, Wilhelm; Belau, Till; Blum, Hanna; Blumschein, Anja; Brinkmann, Jan; Deerberg, Friedhelm; Dreyer, Wilfried; Euen, Sven; Frieben, Bettina; Fritzsche, Stephan; Fröba, Norbert; Früh, Barbara; Fuchs, Sarah; Fügner, Kerstin; Gaio, Christina; Gengenbach, Heinz; Gottwald, Frank; Hackeschmidt, Andreas; Hänsel, Martin; Häring, Anna Maria; Hartmann, Wilfried; Hauber, Melanie; Haugstätter, Martin; Hermle, Martin; Herrle, Jürgen; Heyne, Peter; Holle, Romana; Keppler, Christiane; Klages, Susanne; Klöble, Ulrike; Kloepfer, Florian; Kolbe, Hartmut; Kühne, Stefan; Lang, Gerhard; Lasner, Tobias; Leopold, Jochen; Link, Matthias; Loges, Ralf; March, Solveig; Möller, Kurt; Puffert, Markus; Rahmann, Gerold; Reiners, Eckhard; Reinhold, Christian; Retter, Stefan; Rudolf von Rohr, Ramona; Sanders, Jürn; Sauer, Norbert; Schmid, Otto; Schmidt, Elisabeth; Schumacher, Ulrich; Schwab, Bernhard; Simantke, Christel; Spengler Neff, Anet; Stein, Matthias; Stein-Bachinger, Karin; Matthias, Stolze; Urbatzka, Peer; Vogt-Kaute, Werner; Weber, Martin; Werner, Dirk; Wesselmann, Stefan; Williges, Ute; Winbeck, Manuela; Zankl, Anke.
Die Faustzahlen bieten einen kompakten Überblick über den Ökologischen Landbau. Ob pflanzliche oder tierische Erzeugung, Lagerung und Vermarktung, Betriebsfüh-rung oder Biodiversität – die Faustzahlen liefern auf fast alle Fragen der Praxis eine Antwort. Dieses Buch gewährt Einblick in die besonderen Bedingungen des Ökolandbaus, vor allem in seine Kosten- und Leistungsstrukturen, aber auch in seine Möglichkeiten mit Herausforderungen umzugehen, wie z. B. Nährstoffversorgung oder Unkrautdruck. Ob es um Überschlagsrechnungen oder Vorplanungen geht, dieses Nachschlage-werk schließt Lücken, wenn eigene Daten und Erfahrungen fehlen. Die Inhalte sind in Tabellen strukturiert, in Grafiken veranschaulicht und in kurzen Texten erläutert. Die „Faustzahlen für den...
Tipo: Book Palavras-chave: Farming Systems Animal husbandry Crop husbandry Processing; Packaging and transportation Values; Standards and certification Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/32003/1/Leseprobe%20Faustzahlen%20%C3%96kolandbau.pdf
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Förderung und Weiterentwicklung des Ökologischen Landbaus aus betrieblicher Perspektive: Eine Befragung von Landwirt- Innen aus dem Praxis-Forschungs-Netz des Thünen-Institutes Organic Eprints
Rodewald, M.; March, Solveig; Madsen, G.; Brinkmann, Jan.
Organic farming in Germany benefits from a large number of different national and regional political measures, in addition to a positive development of general demand of organic products. Despite these favorable conditions, however, fewer and fewer farms convert to organic farming. With the aim to expand the organically farmed land in Germany, the BMEL initiated the "Strategy for the Future of Organic Farming". One topic is to examine the possibilities of the development and improvement of the current organic subsidies policy. A nationwide survey amongst organic farms will also take into consideration the support of organic farming from the farmers’ point of view. In this context, 218 organic farms from all over Germany who participated in a...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Social aspects; Policy environments and social economy.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/31740/1/F%C3%B6rderung%20und%20Weiterentwicklung%20des%20%C3%96kologischen.pdf
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Fütterung auf den Praxisbetrieben im Verlauf der Interventionsstudie“Gesundheit und Leistung in der ökologischen Milchviehhaltung – Ausgangssituation Einfluss auf die Tiergesundheit Organic Eprints
Rauch, Petra; Brinkmann, Jan; March, Solveig; Volling, Otto; Weiler, Martin; Weiß, Martin; Drerup, Christoph; Mersch, Ferdinand; Spiekers, Hubert.
Die Fütterung hat einen bedeutenden Einfluss auf die Stoffwechselgesundheit und damit auf die Eutergesundheit beim Milchvieh. Aus der vorliegenden Datengrundlage des Projekts "Gesundheit und Leistungsfähigkeit von Milchkühen im Ökologischen Landbau interdisziplinär betrachtet" wird untersucht, welche Fütterungsparameter einschließlich des Fütterungsmanagements einen Einfluss auf das Stoffwechselgeschehen haben. Auch ist es möglich, eine Entwicklung der Betriebe aufgrund der Intervention darzustellen.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Feeding and growth; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2011 URL: http://orgprints.org/17306/3/Rauch_17306.pdf
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