Research and development strategies for the livestock sector in South-east Asia through national and international partnerships. Proceedings of a workshop
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Frio, A.S.; Gray, G.D. (eds.) 2002. Research and development strategies for the livestock sector in South-east Asia through national and international partnerships. Proceedings of a workshop. ILRI Proceedings of a workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, 11-15 March 2002. 286p. Nairobi (Kenya): ILRI.
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This conference proceeding is divided in four major sessions, viz, regional overviews; technology and adoption processes; markets and smallholder participation; and food safety and quality quality. The overviews include ILRI, HOPEA (a regional small scale start-up project for household poultry enterprises in Asia); SEARCAR & D programme; Asia-Pacific region and other global studies. The second session discusses approaches to technology adoption for livestock development, investment for livestock development; adoption of appropriate technologies, adoption strategies, and possible roles for ILRI genetics and genomic research. Topics of discussion of the third session include agroindustrial development, livestock trade and market policies; linking smallholders to emerging markets for livestock products, and markets technologies and smallholder dairy partnerships for research-based development. The fourth session discusses cultural aspects of livestock production and marketing; development of animal identification and movement control, meat production, use of extenders in meat processing, meat commodity diversification and upgrading of meat processing technologies; interventions in animal health, and foot and mouth Disease and Trade.