Assessing multiple goods and services derived from livestock farming on a nation-wide gradient.

@article{Ryschawy2017AssessingMG,
  title={Assessing multiple goods and services derived from livestock farming on a nation-wide gradient.},
  author={Julie Ryschawy and Catherine Disenhaus and S{\'e}bastien Bertrand and Gr{\'e}goire Allaire and Olivier Aznar and Sylvain Plantureux and E. Josien and Christiane Guinot and J Lasseur and Charlotte Perrot and E Tchak{\'e}rian and C{\'e}cile Aubert and Muriel Tichit},
  journal={Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={11 10},
  pages={1861-1872}
}
Livestock farming is an essential activity in many rural areas, where it contributes to the maintenance of soil fertility and farmland biodiversity, as well as to a set of social public goods including food security, rural vitality and culture. However, livestock sustainability assessments tend to focus primarily on environmental and economic dimensions; therefore, these valuations might be limited because they do not consider the complete set of associated goods and services (GS). Hence, a… CONTINUE READING
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