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Workshop Animal husbandry in 20th Century Europe: Policies, trade, animal and public health, breeding and production systems

Workshop Animal husbandry in 20th Century Europe: Policies, trade, animal and public health, breeding and production systems

HISTAGRA is present in the Workshop Animal husbandry in 20th Century Europe: Policies, trade, animal and public health, breeding and production systems.

The Workshop Animal husbandry in 20th Century Europe: Policies, trade, animal and public health, breeding and production systems, in which the researchers of HISTAGRA participate, takes place on June 26-28, 2019 at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. : Telmo Otero, Daniel Lanero, Lourenzo Fernandez-Prieto and Diego Conde.

Conde Gómez, Diego; Telmo Otero Rodríguez; Daniel Lanero Táboas e Lourenzo Fernández Prieto (2019): "The role of veterinary profession in the improvement of livestock in contemporary Spain (1910 - 1936)".


Otero Rodríguez, Telmo & Daniel Lanero Táboas (2019): "Cattle improvement and dairy specialization. The long transition from cattle multifunction to dairy production in Galicia (1920 - 1975)".

Histagra is part of the CNRS, co-organizer of the Workshop.

About the Workshop:

The 20th Century saw great changes in animal husbandry - towards a market oriented, intensified and specialized production. The target group of this workshop is researchers in various disciplines with an interest in the development of animal production, both historically and in the future. Special emphasis will be on animal health and use of antibiotics in production animals. The overall aim is to analyse why we have arrived at where we are today and what implications this will have for future animal production.

More information:

https://www.slu.se/en/departments/urban-rural-development/research/agrarian-history/workshop/

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