Session 16. Challenges of rangeland farming systems (economics, grazing, reproduction, health and welfare)
Date: 29 August 2011; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Theatre Session 16
- From grass to food – utilization of Norway rangeland for meat production
Holand, Ø. and Steinheim, G.
- Sustainable rangeland utilization for sheep and goat production in Iceland
- Investigation of the present situation and trends in the Cyprus sheep and goat sector
Papachristoforou, C., Hadjipavlou, G., Miltiadou, D. and Tzamaloukas, O.
- Sustainable goat husbandry in Turkey
Olfaz, M., Onder, H. and Tozlu, H.
- The use of GPS, pedometry and acoustics to infer activity of grazing animals
- Effects of sheep grazing on sandy soils and turf quality
Pistoia, A., Bondi, G., Casarosa, L., Poli, P. and Masciandaro, G.
- Fatty acid profile of typical Norwegian lambs sustained entirely on fresh mountain pastures
Mushi, D.E., Steinheim, G., Johannessen, R., Thomassen, M. and Eik, L.O.
- Fat tailed sheep from Southern Africa: a special reference to the Damara
- Milk quality of goats at mountain pasture grazing
Dønnem, I., Randby, Å.T. and Haug, A.
- An application of data envelopment analysis to measure technical efficiency on a sample of Irish dairy farms
Kelly, E., Shalloo, L., Geary, U. and Wallace, M.
- Effect of pre-grazing herbage mass on milk production, grass dry matter intake and grazing behaviour of dairy cows
Tuñon, G., Kennedy, E., Hennessy, D., Kemp, P., Lopez Villalobos, N. and O’ Donovan, M.
Poster Session 16
- Behavioral aspects of Caracu and Red Angus cattle breeds in a pasture with shade and water immersion
Geraldo, A.C.A.P.M., Pereira, A.M.F., Nogueira Filho, J.C.M. and Titto, E.A.L.
- Effect of limited vs. ad libitum concentrate feeding on the performance and carcass and meat quality of Parda de Montaña bulls finished on pasture
Casasús, I., Joy, M., Albertí, P. and Blanco, M.