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Next generation systems; A framework for prioritising innovation
Primary production industries are constantly changing in response to external factors such as new market opportunities, consumer demands, changing community expectations of the social and environmental outcomes associated ...
Perceived importance of areas of future research: results from a survey of sheep farmers
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2015)
New Zealand sheep farmers were surveyed and invited to rank the importance of research areas with a score of 1 being not important and 4 being very important. Mean scores (95% CI) were greatest for lamb survival, 3.47 ...
Does the CAP still fit?
(Food Research UK, 2016-06-09)
The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has evolved through various reforms since its outline in 1958 and formal inception in 1962. It has changed from a policy focused on farm production outputs to one focusing more on social, ...
Food as mediator: Opening the dialogue around food
The purpose of this chapter is to shift attention away from the specific examples used to illustrate food utopias in this book and invite you to reengage with food as you experience it from the perspective of utopian ...