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A holistic approach to the multi-functionality of the gazing systems in the Caribbean

Abstract : To study the grazing systems (GS), which are prevalent in the Caribbean,it is necessary to take into account different interacting components with the combine effort of a multi-disciplinary team. GS allow the increasing of animal production and has positive contributions to environmental management. Methods and principles of a holistic approach of GS are presented. The following research topics: animal nutrition and husbandry, forage ecophysiology and agronomy, gastro-intestinal parasitism and system productivity and sustainability are vital to the holistic approach of the grazing system in the Caribbean.
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Gisèle Alexandre, Harry Archimède, Maryline Boval, Maurice Mahieu, Gilles Aumont, et al.. A holistic approach to the multi-functionality of the gazing systems in the Caribbean. 19. General meeting of the European Grassland Federation, May 2002, La Rochelle, France. ⟨hal-02761767⟩

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