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Complémentarités territoriales entre culture et élevage, entre action collective et contraintes organisationnelles

Abstract : Collaboration among grain-growers and livestock farmers makes it possible to tackle challenges related to feed autonomy in organic livestock systems. It also facilitates organic fertilisation in organic grain-growing systems. Such collaborations vary in their intensity, challenges, and benefits. Here, we explored 3 case studies involving partnerships between crop and livestock farmers. We looked at the following: i) partnership establishment; ii) the creation of an online tool for exchanging products; and iii) means for evaluating existing product exchanges. In all 3 cases, we observed a strong degree of complementarity between organic cash-crop farms and livestock farms within regions. However, we also noted the presence of logistical and organisational constraints that occurred during the establishment period. We propose a roadmap that could help guide farmers that wish to engage in such collaborations, which must bring in different economic and political stakeholders from the region.
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Marc Moraine, Olivier Therond, Julie Ryschawy, Guillaume Martin, Barbara F. Nowak, et al.. Complémentarités territoriales entre culture et élevage, entre action collective et contraintes organisationnelles. Fourrages, Association Française pour la Production Fourragère, 2017, pp.247 - 255. ⟨hal-02626054⟩

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