Briefing note on animal breeding and genetics

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Abstract

Historically, adoption of breeding technologies by sheep and beef farmers has been slow and variable. This research aimed to understand why, and if the context of reducing methane emissions was likely to change adoption rates. Sheep and beef farmers around the UK were interviewed to find out if they would adopt a range of technologies to reduce methane emissions.* The farmers interviewed were less than convinced that breeding could be effective in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBriefing Note
Media of outputPDF
PublisherESRC
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Feb 2012

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NameESRC Innogen Centre briefing note
PublisherESRC

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