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Diversité et adaptabilité du fonctionnement spatio-temporel d'exploitations herbagères : premiers enseignements à partir d'une étude de cas dans le Cantal (Auvergne)

Abstract : In breeding areas of medium mountains, the fodder system of the farms is marked by agro-climatic and structural constraints. For future, one of the strong stakes is in the capacity of these farms to organize and articulate the land-uses of their farm territory. This is why we were interested in the characterization and understanding of the spatio-temporal organization of the land-uses in mountain farms of the Cantal French department. The elements presented in this paper relate to a phase of qualitative analysis on four contrasted farm-cases, having been then used to develop a more exhaustive and statistical reading these spatio-temporal organizations in farms of this department. The comparison of the four contrasted farms shows different linkages between the farming space entities, in terms of complexity, period, location, form... This organization also arises like an adjustment key to farms constraints. This type of approach should help in better characterizing and understanding the adaptation capacities of mountain breeding farms.
Mots-clés : CANTAL AUVERGNE
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  • HAL Id : hal-02591218, version 1
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Hélène Rapey, A. Guéringer, F. Gresset, Marie Houdart, Etienne Josien, et al.. Diversité et adaptabilité du fonctionnement spatio-temporel d'exploitations herbagères : premiers enseignements à partir d'une étude de cas dans le Cantal (Auvergne). 15èmes Rencontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants, Dec 2008, Paris, France. pp.155-158. ⟨hal-02591218⟩

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