A few facts about livestock and land use
Consumers rarely know about the contributions of livestock to our land and the positive aspects of grazing.
EMA reports a further decline in antibiotics sales for animals
The decline in the use of antibiotics on European farms continues year-on-year, marking a new milestone in reducing antimicrobial use and supporting the fight against antibiotic resistance.
The Dublin Declaration
The Call From The Scientific Community For an Evidence-Based Debate on Meat
Frank Mitloehner: “To reduce GHG emissions, we must make farmers our partners, not enemies.”
The EU is not the only place where climate targets are ambitious. Another place famous for that is California, where some great achievements in livestock emissions reductions have already been made.
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"The future of livestock in the EU and beyond": working together towards ending polarization around animal husbandry
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Farmers’ solutions: What is a RENURE project?
The 9 Paradoxes of the EU Farm to Fork Strategy
Carbon Farming – How does it work in practice? A concrete example from Belgium