Commission on Livestock Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (LDAC)
Comisión de Desarrollo Ganadero para América Latina y el Caribe (CODEGALAC)
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1987, by the Council of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) at its 92nd Session Resolution 1/92.
Recommend animal production and animal health policies; plan and promote action for improvement of animal production; plan and promote action for survey and control of animal diseases and recommend common standards and practices for this purpose; plan and promote action for transfer and adaptation of biotechnology in livestock development and to establish research and educational programmes to meet the needs of the animal industry; determine, in consultation with members concerned, the nature and extent of assistance needed to implement national livestock development programmes; appraise progress reports on implementation and development of the programme.Available with paid subscription only.
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- Health Care
- Agriculture, Fisheries
- FAO Bodies
- Animal Husbandry
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