Hope this year will be the year when all your dreams come true. Agromisa wishes you a very happy 2018!
The first lecture of our lecture series took place in a crowded Impulse Building on WUR campus. More than over 100 participant came, including students from Van Hall Larenstein! Gijs den Hertog, senior expert animal husbandry and (co)writer of diverse Agrodoks, gave a realistic presentation, based on his long experience in the sector. There is a future […]
Is there a future for small-scale animal production in the tropics? Lecture by: Gijs den Hertog (MSc. Tropical Agricultural Development, University of Reading, UK, 1975) Programme, date and location: Date: Thursday, 23 November 2017 Place: Impulse building (Speakers Corner), Stippeneng 2, building number 115, Wageningen, University Campus (participation is free) 20:00: Walk-in with coffee […]
This statement was in the title of the symposium Together strong for a reduction in antibiotics and a more natural approach to livestock farming, organised by Natuurlijke Veehouderij (Natural Livestock Farming) in Zwolle in November 2016. The conference hall was packed with farmers, farmers’ representatives, researchers and students from Wageningen University as well as staff […]
A new Agrodok is available now: Beef production The main aim of this Agrodok is to provide information on how to increase beef production in extensive and low-input systems, utilising existing conditions, but in a different way. This is a different form of intensification of production and requires a different look at the system, and […]
Entering the organic market Agromisa has many handbooks designed to support the farming practices of small-scale farmers. It also has handbooks that deal with more commercial and marketing aspects. One of these attracted the attention of a tea growers’ federation in Nepal: Entering the organic market. This Agrodok 48 describes how the organic market operates […]