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2nd Symposium on SUSTAINABLE ANIMAL PRODUCTION IN THE TROPICS (SAPT2) and high constraint areas

Integrated approaches promoting diversity, robustness and multifunctionality of production systems A North South Dialogue

SAPT 2 will take place in the framework of the 64th annual meeting of the EAAP

Guidelines for presentations are available here.

 

Considering the current context of animal production in the tropics, the first SAPT1 symposium concluded that agro-ecological intensification is the major pathway for meeting the challenges of agriculture in the tropics

SAPT2 will address sustainable intensification, diversification and multi-functionality, integrated livestock farming systems in tropical regions, smallholder production and food security, efficient feeding strategies, animal adaptation and resilience, climate change adaptation, the combination of methodologies at different scales (farm, local, regional), socio-economic scenario and role of livestock in livelihood strategies.

The presentations will privilege case studies, multidisciplinary and integrated studies, models and experimental approaches. We expect innovative methodological approaches, specific or more generic, from the South as well as from the North.

More disciplinary approaches will be encouraged in parallel, in other sessions of the EAAP meeting. The final scientific programme of the 64th EAAP Scientific Meeting can be consulted here.

The final programme  :

Time

Session

Presentation Time

Author

Title

8:30

Breeding

16815

30

Lasseur

Adaptability of small ruminant farming facing global change/. A north south analysis in the Mediterranean

9:00

Breeding

17758

15

Mandonnet

Matching genetic resources and breeding objectives with the constraints in tropical farming systems

9:15

Breeding

17159

15

Ojango

Survival and adaptability of indigenous Red Maasai sheep and their crosses in East Africa

9:30

Breeding

16755

15

Bedos

One hour of daily contact with sexually active males induce fertile ovulation in anestrous goats

9:45

Breeding

17326

15

Patry

Genetic parameters for test day milk yields in crossbred Holstein x bos indicus cattle in India

10:00

Breeding

17616

15

Naves

Crossbreeding Creole cattle with european breeds in Guadeloupe: ambiguous results in the beef sect

10:15

Coffee break

30

10:45

Resources

17608

30

Rodriguez

Multi-criteria evaluation of resources for livestock farming systems under Tropics

11:15

Resources

17112

15

Kambashi

Nutritive value of four tropical forage legume hays fed to pigs in the Democratic Republic of Congo

11:30

Resources

17636

15

Nizar

Responses of growing ruminants to variable diets in harsh conditions: a meta-analysis

11:45

Resources

17395

15

Agastin

Differences in feeding in stalls or at pasture may be linked to differences in feeding strategies

12:00

Resources

17492

15

Burel

Foraging behavior of Creole pigs kept outdoor under tropical conditions on sweet potatoes field.

12:15

Resources

17096

15

Jondreville

Relative bioavailability of tropical volcanic soil-bound chlordecone in farm animals

12:30

Lunch

14:00

System

17741

45

Udo

Sustainable intensification of smallholder livestock production: fact and fiction

14:45

System

17497

15

Stark

Research issues for crop-livestock integration in mixed farming systems in the tropics. A review.

15:00

System

16749

15

Le Gal

Supporting crop-livestock farmers in redesigning their production systems: the CLIFS approach

15:15

System

17618

15

Fanchone

Use of agroecological concepts to design a crop-livestock system adapted to the French West Indies

15:30

System

16627

15

Amankwah

Diagnosing constraints to market participation of small ruminant producers in Northern Ghana

15:45

Coffee break

30

16:15

System

16900

15

Manoli

How do pastoralists arbitrate between accumulation and sales of animals? A case study in Senegal.

16:30

Poster discussion

60

13 posters will be presented orally during 3 minutes. The order
 of the presentations will be given soon.