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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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Mastitis incidence and milk quality in organic dairy farms which use suckling systems in calf rearing Organic Eprints
Wagenaar, J.P.T.M.; Smolders, E.A.A..
In order to identify important factors influencing animal health and general disease resistance, detailed qualitative and quantitative farm data were collected from 99 organic dairy farms in the Netherlands. Mastitis incidence and milk quality were focal points of the data collection. In this paper the results of a group of farms which rear dairy calves in suckling systems (n=11) are presented. It was found that compared to other farms in the study (n=88), suckling systems in calf rearing had no clear adverse effects on mastitis incidence and milk quality. In 2006 average clinical mastitis incidence on suckling farms was 14%, on other farms 20%. The percentage of cows with a somatic cell count less than 250,000 at drying-off was lower (60 vs. 66%) at...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Health and welfare.
Ano: 2008 URL: http://orgprints.org/11861/1/Wagenaar_11861_ed.doc
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Suckling systems in calf rearing in organic dairy farming in the Netherlands Organic Eprints
Wagenaar, J.P.T.M.; Langhout, J..
In an on-farm experiment three calf rearing methods were compared: bucket feeding of milk replacer, bucket feeding of tank milk and suckling of mother or nurse cow up to three months of age. Aim was to determine whether the technical results of suckling systems in calf rearing were satisfactory. Calves reared in a suckling system reached significantly higher liveweights at weaning (90 days). Although the average growth rate between weaning and the age of 1 year did not differ significantly, liveweight at 1 year did still differ significantly. Compared to both bucket fed rearing groups, suckling did not have a significant effect on Somatic Cell Count (SCC) of mothers. Suckling systems in calf rearing in organic dairy production show satisfactory technical...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://orgprints.org/9851/1/wagenaar%2Dlanghout%2D2007%2Dsuckling%2Dsystems.pdf
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