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Animal Husbandry

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 15: Life on Land

Organizations relating to Animal Husbandry

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Animal Production and Health Commission for Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1975
Comité européen de coordination contre la tenderie en Belgique
International Livestock Breeders Council
World Hereford Council / Est. 1951
International Livestock Identification Association / Est. 1946
CEAO Rural Water Supply and Livestock Programme / Est. 1979
International Society of Livestock Husbandry / Est. 1978
International Training Centre in Livestock Development / Est. 1986
Maghreb Committee for Development of Stockbreeding / Est. 1975
VETAID / Est. 1989
Food and Agricultural Research Management / Est. 1985
Centre international de recherche-développement sur l'élevage en zone subhumide / Est. 1972
World Women's Veterinarian Association / Est. 1987
Latin American Research Network for Sustainable Animal Production Systems / Est. 1986
Caribbean Network of Cooperation for Small Farmers' Animal Development / Est. 1983
International Livestock Investigators Association / Est. 1978
International Veterinary Association for Animal Production / Est. 1951
International Buckskin Horse Association / Est. 1971
Green Belt Project for the North African Countries
Fédération internationale féline / Est. 1949
African Wildlife Husbandry Development Association, Canada
International Institute of Biological Husbandry
Professional Committee of Cooperatives of Countries of the Common Market for Livestock and Meat / Est. 1960
Institut d'élevage et de médecine vétérinaire des pays tropicaux / Est. 1960

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World Problems relating to Animal Husbandry

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Non-productive use of cattle and livestock
Environmental hazards from meat production
Hunting of animals
Insufficient pastureland
Unsanitary and inhumane food animal conditions
Inadequate animal husbandry
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Subsistence agricultural income level in rural communities
Threatened rangeland habitats
Inhibition of collective behaviour of herd animals
Prohibitive livestock husbandry costs
Endangered lifestyles of nomads and pastoralists
Lack of meat and egg production
Distant grazing pasture
Underdevelopment of hunting, trapping and game propagation
Unused livestock waste
Underutilized animal genetic resources

Action Strategies relating to Animal Husbandry

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Monitoring livestock productivity
Conserving wild animals through hunting
Utilizing animals in farming
Improving housing and penning of domestic animals
Studying quality of domestic livestock
Stabilizing agricultural and livestock production
Applying crop rotation methods
Improving domestic livestock
Promoting sustainable livestock production
Improving livestock production
Promoting conservation orientated grazing regimes
Culling animal numbers
Preserving pedigree
Controlling livestock diseases
Increasing water sources for livestock to prevent overgrazing around existing sources
Strengthening programmes for livestock conservation
Improving small animal husbandry
Constructing centralized livestock facilities
Improving quality of water for livestock
Culling human populations
Preserving inequality of distribution of livestock production
Developing animal husbandry skill
Improving animal husbandry
Raising profitable market livestock
Increasing productivity of cattle and livestock

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