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Global  Network on Silvopastoral Systems

The Global Network on Silvopastoral Systems is an action network of Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock
The Global Network on Silvopastoral Systems is a multi-stakeholder partnership with the common aim of strengthening and scaling up of silvopastoral systems worldwide, specifically through the generation, exchange and dissemination of knowledge, the documentation of public policies and the facilitation of dialogue to address the challenges associated with sustainable development goals…more information


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II International Symposium on Tithonia diversifolia in agricultural production systems

Instituto de Ciencia Animal (ICA), Cuba

Centro para la Investigación en Sistemas Sostenibles de Producción Agropecuaria (CIPAV), Cali, Colombia

Cuba – octubre 2022

 Why to be part of the XI Congress of Silvopastoral Sustems and I Congress of the Global Network on Silvopastoal Systems?

The XI International Congress of Silvopastoral Systems and I Congress of the Global Network on Silvopastoral Systems, XI CISSP – I CRGSSP, will allow you to be part of the discoveries, innovations and practices that are revolutionizing efficient and sustainable food production.

This important event, celebrating its 22nd anniversary, honours the work carried out by innovative producers from Latin America and the Caribbean in conjunction with the scientific community, and will now also include a group of researchers from around the world. The Congress seeks to promote and facilitate the exchange of experiences and innovations between producers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and all those interested in the environmental, productive, animal welfare, and health related food topics, all of which are relevant aspects for a society that is increasingly demanding access to high quality products of animal origin, produced in a sustainable and environmentally friendly mannermore information


Silvopastoral Library

Access the most complete collection of scientific articles, publications and updated documents generated by the Network´s members, as well as the details and results of their projects.

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Farmer’s Hand Book on Pig Production

enero 1st, 2021|0 Comments

Farmer's Hand Book on Pig Production(For the small holders at village level) is a handbook with information about different proccess of pig production such as breeding, feeding and housing managment. See Farmer's Hand Book on [...]

  • Intensive SPS with Tithonia

Intensive Silvopastoral System with Tithonia

julio 31st, 2012|1 Comment

Tithonia diversifolia is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family that is commonly known as the tree marigold,[2] Mexican tournesol, Mexican sunflower, Japanese sunflower or Nitobe chrysanthemum. It is native to eastern Mexico [...]

  • Animal Welfare & SPS

Animal Welfare & SPS: the perfect marriage

julio 31st, 2012|0 Comments

Several factors turned animal welfare into a public issue with growing interest for both academia and consumers: intensification of production systems, changes in feeding confined animals, the constant pursuit of economic efficiency. In the course [...]

  • Economic results

SPS Economic results

julio 31st, 2012|1 Comment

After the initial investment and a stabilization period of 5-6 years, the increase in forage production and higher productivity per hectare generate returns that ensure the economic viability of SPS. Although SPS adoption implies an [...]

  • SPS management

SPS today: a modern management

julio 31st, 2012|1 Comment

The selection process of the work areas started from a prioritization of the most important regions in the country in terms of their environmental attributes such as the existence of ecosystems of global importance and [...]

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