Livestock biodiversity good practice in socio-economic ecozona Cezieni in the ecobioeconomic context of food safety and security

Published in Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation Earth Observation & Surveying, Environment Engineering, Vol. I
Written by Viorel DANACU, Alexandru T. BOGDAN, Valerica DANACU, Florea George TOBA

In science and agriculture technique in Europe was convincingly demonstrated and validated the development, presentation and implementation of best practices specific sectoral areas effectively and decisively contribute to sustainable rural development.On the concept of eco-economy launched in the '90s and bio-economic paradigm (launched by Nicholas Georgescu Roegen in the '70s and '80s), Postdoctoral School of Biodiversity in Livestock, ecobioeconomic context of Alimentary Safety and Security, is essentially the proper quantity and quality aspect of the planet's population needs food by definite orientation of the entire world economy, primarily to ensure quality of life, that the ''bios''.In combination these findings significant in terms of their socio-economic indisputable time in space and time, Animal biodiversity best practices in ecozona Cezieni, Olt County, demonstrates the variety of species, breeds and hybrids of farm animals increased over the years at CAP Cezieni, reference unit and model scientific organization of production, together with variety assortment of meat products, milk, eggs, and honey obtained, processed and exploited under certain conditions economic and social efficiency, fully demonstrates the validity of the concept on animal husbandry technologies of Romanian agriculture.

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Danacu V., Bogdan A.T., Danacu V., Toba F. G., 2012, Livestock biodiversity good practice in socio-economic ecozona Cezieni in the ecobioeconomic context of food safety and security. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation Earth Observation & Surveying, Environment Engineering, Vol. I, ISSN-L 2285-6064, 41-46.

 


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