Understanding livestock yield gaps for poverty alleviation, food security and the environment. The LivesGAPS project - final report

@inproceedings{Herrero2016UnderstandingLY,
  title={Understanding livestock yield gaps for poverty alleviation, food security and the environment. The LivesGAPS project - final report},
  author={Mario T. Herrero and Di Mayberry and Jeannette van de Steeg and Dc Phelan and Andrew Ash and Kanar Diyezee and T. P. Robinson and Benjamin Henderson and Marius Gilbert and Mark T. van Wijk and C{\'e}cile M. Godde and Michael Bl{\"u}mmel and Di Prestwidge and Elle Stephenson and Brendan Power and David Parsons},
  year={2016}
}

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