Session 22A. Services provided by livestock farming systems: ecological, economic and social dimensions

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Date: 27 August 2013; 08:30 – 10:30 hours
Chairperson: Hermansen

Theatre Session 22a

08.30 Assessing the multiple services provided by livestock: a French case-study
J. Ryschawy, C. Disenhaus, S. Bertrand, G. Allaire, C. Aubert, O. Aznar, C. Guinot, E. Josien, J. Lasseur, S. Plantureux, E. Tchakérian and M. Tichit

08.45 Farmers and citizens perceptions of ecosystem services and sustainability of mountain farming
A. Bernués, R. Ripoll-Bosch, T. Rodríguez-Ortega and I. Casasús

09.00 A framework for the assessment of the global biodiversity performances of livestock production
F. Teillard and P. Gerber

09.15 Assessment of gradual adaptations of a low input mixed farming system for improved sustainability
M. Marie, J.-L. Fiorelli and J.-M. Trommenschlager

09.30 Free-range pigs foraging on Jerusalem artichokes
A.G. Kongsted, K. Horsted and J.E. Hermansen

09.45 Conditioned aversion to vines for grazing sheep in vineyards
C.L. Manuelian, E. Albanell, M. Rovai, A.A.K. Salama and G. Caja

10.00 Exploring mitigation potential of GHG emissions from livestock farming systems at the global level
A. Mottet, C. Opio and P. Gerber


Poster Session 22a

Farmers objectives and environmental concerns in Aurland coastal mountains, Norway
B.L. Hylland, L.O. Eik, M. Clemetsen, F. Alfnes and A. Bernués

Cattle transhumance to summer farms: milk yield, pasture management and biodiversity conservation
E. Sturaro, G. Bittante, L. Marini and M. Ramanzin

Prospects, objectives and opinions of livestock farmers in the area of a Pyrenean ski resort
I. Casasús, J.A. Rodríguez-Sánchez and A. Sanz