Websites concerned with the science and practices involved in raising animals under agricultural conditions for meat, dairy, eggs, fibre or draft.
Explores sustainable development options for high and low external input animal production systems on a worldwide scale. In Dutch and English.
The stakeholders from industry and research from across Europe inform about their goals, activities, and their organisation.
Encyclopedia of individual breeds of cattle, horses, sheep, goats, swine, and other species.
Online link to the livestock news, content, research, webboard communities and website directory.
US society promoting animal agriculture. Details of the society, member directory, newsletters and meetings.
An on-line encyclopedia of animal feeds. The project covers feeds mainly available in tropical, subtropical and Mediterranean regions but also includes common feeds used in temperate countries.
Portal created by Dr. Vivek M. Patil with information and project reports on animal husbandry, dairy, sheep, goat, poultry and rabbit farming; camel, horse and yak management; fodder production; livestock marketing; care of pet dogs, cats, birds, wild and zoo animals.
Describes little-known small animals and microbreeds of common livestock animals that may be economically useful. Targeted at developing countries.
Includes details of the society, lists of articles, details of conference proceedings, newsletters, how to join.
Research interests include genetic improvement, nutrition, and development of biotechnical methods for growth, development and production of animals and product quality. In Polish and English.
Dedicated to helping producers in developing countries to improve animal productivity. Includes details of past and present projects.
Association of scientists who practice and report on animal agriculture.
Describes its work in serving and promoting the livestock industry in the United States. Includes downloadable technical papers, event and educational information.
This EU funded project aims to accommodate societal concerns and market demands, to develop reliable on-farm monitoring systems, product information systems, and practical species-specific strategies to improve animal welfare.
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