Show simple item record Bowling, Peter J. Weller, Richard F.
dc.contributor.editor Kyriazakis, I.
dc.contributor.editor Zervas, G. 2010-11-02T14:53:55Z 2010-11-02T14:53:55Z 2002
dc.identifier.citation Bowling , P J , Weller , R F , Kyriazakis , I (ed.) & Zervas , G (ed.) 2002 , ' The yield and quality of plant species grown in mixed organic swards ' pp. 177-180 . en
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dc.description Weller, R. F., Bowling, P. J. (2002). The yield and quality of plant species grown in mixed organic swards.   In: Kyriazakis, I.; Zervas, G. (Eds). Organic meat and milk from ruminants. EAAP Scientific Series no. 106, pp. 177-180. Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen. ISBN:9076998086. Proceedings of the Joint International Conference organised by the Hellenic Society of Animal Production and British Society of Animal Science, Athens, Greece, 4-6 October 2001. en
dc.description.abstract The European Association for Animal Production (EAAP) is an international federation of national member organisations from 37 countries in Europe and the Mediterranean area, recognised in Italy by decree n° 21099 of the Ministry of Agriculture (O.G. n° 82 of April 7, 1995). The Association was founded in 1949 in Paris under the auspices of the FAO which recognised it since 1954 as an INGO with a special consultative status. The member organisations represent the professional interests of scientists, academics, professionals and producers, technicians, extension officers, government departments and farmer organisations. The main aims of EAAP are to promote, by means of active co-operation between its members and other relevant international and national organisations, the advancement of scientific research, sustainable development and systems of production; experimentation, application and extension; to improve the technical and economic conditions of the livestock sector; to promote the welfare of farm animals and the conservation of the rural environment; to control and optimise the use of natural resources in general and animal genetic resources in particular; to encourage the involvement of young scientists and technicians. en
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dc.title The yield and quality of plant species grown in mixed organic swards en
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dc.contributor.institution Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences en
dc.description.status Non peer reviewed en

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