A combined workshop for the Global Farm Platform and the UK-India Partnering Award project ‘Health and welfare consequences of maladaptation of high-producing cross-bred dairy cattle to environmental stressors in India‘ will be held at the Hotel Flora International, Cochin International … Read more ..
The Animal Health and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Intensity Network (referred to as “the Network” hereafter) is a United Kingdom (UK) led initiative of the Global Research Alliance (GRA) on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases. The Network brings together researchers (e.g. … Read more ..
KVASU Vice Chancellor B. Ashok addressing delegates at the workshop. Seated, from left to right: Dr. Vijayakumar, Dr. T.P Sethumadhavan and Sri. K.T. Thomas (MRCMPU).
Dr. B. Ashok, the Vice Chancellor, of the Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (KVASU) inaugurated … Read more ..
The second meeting of the Global Innovation Initiative (GII) partnership on Global Farm Platforms for Sustainable Ruminant Production was held in Madison, Wisconsin, USA, 24th-26th November. The first session of three very productive days was kicked off at the US … Read more ..
As an activity through the Global Innovation Initiative (GII) and Worldwide Universities Network (WUN) Global Farm Platforms Initiative project an International Workshop on ‘Efficient use of crop residues and by-products for sustainable development of China’s ruminant industry’ was held … Read more ..
An International Workshop on ‘Efficient use of crop residues and by-products for sustainable development of China’s ruminant industry’ will be hosted by Zhejiang University and Nanjing Agricultural University 27 October 2014, to be followed by The 4th International Workshop on … Read more ..
Global Farm Platform partners met last week (15-19 Sep 2014) in Perth at the University of Western Australia (UWA), for an exciting and dynamic workshop hosted by Winthrop Professor Graeme Martin of the UWA Institute of Agriculture. The workshop … Read more ..
Global Farm Platform partners met in the UK in late June to share experience and to shape the direction of the project.
Partners were hosted by the University of Bristol and visited the North Wyke Farm Platform in Devon, UK.… Read more ..