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Journal Articles Acta Agriculturae Slovenica - Supplément Year : 2013

Managing local breed is a hard way to find a compromise between collective needs and individual aims: the case of the Nustrale pig breed

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Most of the time the management of local breeds involve non territorial tools (designed to be used in whatever breed management situation), but also have to face stakes linked to a specific territory. Moreover, management of local breed is often organized at a collective level (the whole animal population) and individual breeders are the owners of the animals, each of them with his own expectations. Thanks to the case study of the Nustrale pig breed in Corsica, we show how those apparent contradictions are dealt with by both breeders and other stakeholders of the breeds’ management, and what kind of tensions are still to overcome.
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hal-02643567 , version 1 (21-09-2023)

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Thomas Müller, Anne Lauvie, François Casabianca, Oscar Maestrini. Managing local breed is a hard way to find a compromise between collective needs and individual aims: the case of the Nustrale pig breed. Acta Agriculturae Slovenica - Supplément, 2013, 102 (Supplément 4), pp.211-214. ⟨hal-02643567⟩
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