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Examples of agriculture cases studies

Examples of  agriculture cases studies

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Welfare of farm animals, studying it to improve it

Report in progress / This research raised awareness of numerous actors on the necessity and the potential benefits of considering animal welfare in...
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Ivermectin Control of Bovine Hypodermosis

Bovine hypodermosis (warble fly infestation) is a disease of cattle caused by flies whose larvae specifically parasitize cattle. This disease limits...
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Photo Bossennec, Inrae, estive paturage, Massif Sancy

Ecotoxicity of antiparasitics: optimization of the use of pharmaceutical forms of ivermectin and its analogues

As a drug, ivermectin is used extensively worldwide to treat gastrointestinal nematodes in farm animals. It is also widely used in human medicine....
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Replacement of marine ingredients by plant products in fish diets

While world aquaculture has continuously grown (6-8% a year) over the last 30 years, the availability of fish meal (FM) and fish oil (FO), the major...
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Breeding for feed value and seed production in the forage legume alfalfa (Medicago sativa)

Alfalfa is a forage legume that is recognized for its ability to produce the highest protein yield per hectare of all temperate legumes.
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