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100% Organic Feed for Pigs – Results of Feed Trials in the UK Organic Eprints
Smith, Jo; Gerrard, Catherine L.; Nelder, Rebecca; Clements, Ruth; Pearce, Bruce; Zaralis, Konstantinos.
Current regulations for organic pig and poultry production systems permit feed ingredients of non-organic origin, primarily due to concerns that a 100 % organic diet would be unable to meet the demand for the essential amino acids lysine and methionine. 100 % organic diets for monogastrics will become compulsory in the EU from 1st January 2015, and so there is an urgent need to develop economically profitable feeding strategies based on organic feed across Europe. Feeding trials carried out with Gloucester old spot pigs in the UK found that there was no significant difference in the weight gains across the diets until the last week of the trial when there a significant difference in weight increase for the male pigs on the bean diet. This suggests that a...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Feeding and growth; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/23498/1/23498_MM.pdf
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Diverse swards and mob grazing for dairy farm productivity: A UK case study Organic Eprints
Leach, Katharine; Palomo, Gonzalo; Waterfield, William; Zaralis, Konstantinos; Padel, Susanne.
The paper presents first year results of one participatory case study carried out as part of EU FP7 funded SOLID project (Sustainable Organic and Low Input Dairying) on an organic dairy farm managed with diverse swards and mob grazing in Britain. Mob grazing is a livestock management strategy consisting of high stocking density for a short time to remove forage rapidly due to high grazing pressure and then removing livestock to allow grass recovery. On the farm this is combined with a diverse sward, paying particular consideration to soil fertility. First results indicate that there was more available herbage in front of the cows, especially in the summer months, than could be expected from rotational grazing with shorter rest periods. Differences between...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Systems research and participatory research.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://orgprints.org/23553/1/23553%20Leach%20etal-diverse%20swards_final%20V03_MM.pdf
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Effects of High Stocking Grazing Density of Diverse Swards on Forage Production, Animal Performance and Soil Organic Matter: A Case Study Organic Eprints
Zaralis, Konstantinos; Padel, Susanne.
Mob grazing is regarded as a grazing management practice to increase soil organic matter, pasture productivity and nutrient cycling. There are different perspectives in the literature regarding the definition of mob grazing, but it is generally accepted that mob grazing is characterised by high stocking densities of livestock which are moved frequently from paddock to paddock (e.g. with the aid of electric fences), trampling forage into the soil as they graze. It has also been recognised that biodiverse pastures have the potential to build up carbon levels in the soil much more effectively than conventional (usually monocultures) or less diverse pastures; in turn all can enhance animal productivity and maintain good herd health. This paper reviews the...
Tipo: Book chapter Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Soil quality; Feeding and growth.
Ano: 2019 URL: http://orgprints.org/34546/1/Zaralis%2C%20Padel_2019.pdf
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Innovative strategies related to forage production, utilization and feeding for dairy cow productivity Organic Eprints
Zaralis, Konstantinos; Rinne, Marketta; Kurki, Päivi; Dragomir, Catalin; Gerrard, Catherine L; Padel, Susanne.
The SOLID project (Sustainable Organic Low-Input Dairying) carried out research to improve the sustainability of low-input/organic dairy systems in different ways. This deliverable is one of the three that are resulting from the WP1 of the SOLID project and presents and discusses a series of participatory on-farm studies that were conducted to test innovative approaches related to forage production, utilization and feeding in organic and low-input dairying systems. Specifically, the participatory studies focus on a) improvement of soil organic matter through grazing management and establishment of diverse swards b) on-farm strategies for the improvement of forage yield and protein content of the pasture c) utilisation of industrial by-products for dairy...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Feeding and growth; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/35189/1/Deliverable_1.2.pdf
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Recommendations on innovative strategies related to health management and quality Organic Eprints
Vaarst, Mette; Zaralis, Konstantinos; Padel, Susanne.
The SOLID project (Sustainable Organic Low-Input Dairying) carried out research to improve the sustainability of low-input/organic dairy systems in different ways. This deliverable is part of a series of three that summarise recommendations arising from participatory research with innovative strategies involving farmers, supply chain partners and researchers in the SOLID project.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/35190/1/Deliverable_1%203_FINAL.pdf
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Recommendations on innovative strategies related to nutrition, health and welfare of small ruminants Organic Eprints
Yanez Ruiz, David; Arsenos, Georgioa; Zaralis, Konstantinos; Martin-Garcia, Ignacio.
The SOLID project (Sustainable Organic Low-Input Dairying) carried out research to improve the sustainability of low-input/organic dairy systems in different ways. This document summarises major challenges in practice for both organic and low input production systems of small ruminants. Workshops and trials explored feed supply (including feeding of by products and pasture irrigation), and health and welfare as important areas for improvement. The report presents some first conclusion from the participatory trials.
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Feeding and growth; Sheep and goats; Health and welfare.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/35192/1/Deliverable_1%204_FINAL.pdf
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Supporting Innovation in Organic Agriculture: A European Perspective Using Experience from the SOLID Project Organic Eprints
Padel, Susanne; Vaarst, Mette; Zaralis, Konstantinos.
Organic farming is recognized as one source for innovation helping agriculture to develop sustainably. However, the understanding of innovation in agriculture is characterized by technical optimism, relying mainly on new inputs and technologies originating from research. The paper uses the alternative framework of innovation systems describing innovation as the outcome of stakeholder interaction and examples from the SOLID (Sustainable Organic Low-Input Dairying) project to discuss the role of farmers, researchers and knowledge exchange for innovation. We used a farmer-led participatory approach to identify problems of organic and low-input dairy farming in Europe and develop and evaluate innovative practices. Experience so far shows that improvements of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Dairy cattle; Systems research and participatory research; Social aspects.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://orgprints.org/29164/1/PADEL%20et%20al%202015_Final.pdf
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