Video produced by the Sri Lankan Ministry of Agriculture describing the BOCCARD group's project (creation of 6 mini-dairies), which includes technical assistance in livestock breeding from IDELE.
Designed to demonstrate and test experimental protocols, the 30 kW of this mini-pilot more than covers the station's energy needs.
For the time being, the application (simplified tool for calculating GHG emissions in dairy farming developed by the BCTI and IDELE climate experts) will be used only in IVEA project.
Thi. 2023 s edition of SIA was marked by venue of the mid-term meeting of the IVEA project (Green Routes for Albanian Livestock), co-funded by the General Directorate of the Treasury, CNPA, IDELE, ROM Sélection and CORAM and implemented by IDELE/BCTI. The event gathered the institutional partners (Ministries of Finance and Agriculture), the project leaders led by IDELE/BCTI as well as the members of the business club supporting the project: ALIPLUS, FGE, AURIVA, OSON, CAPGENES, IMV, SYNETICS, VOLTALIA, SERAP, BOCCARD and ENERPRO. The objective of the meeting was to present the progress of the project to date. The exemplary nature of the project in terms of the richness of the partnership and the level of commitment of the partners (in-kind contributions from the companies) was praised by the General Directorate of the Treasury and the DGPE of the Ministry of Agriculture.
The Memorandum of Understanding signed on Friday February 17 in Colombo between IDELE/BCTI and the Sri Lankan Ministry of Agriculture confirms the mutual satisfaction of the parties regarding the implementation and results already observed of the ongoing project aimed at strengthening the dairy farming advisory system. This signature also augurs a new project to be entrusted to IDELE from the beginning of 2024 and which would support, among others, the implementation of new feeding strategies for dairy cattle
Interview of Philippe AME at the Sommet de l'Elevage by Burcu Cetinkay,a journalist of AGRO TV (Turkey) but also car rally champion, snowboarder... and breeder! On the theme of small and medium-sized farms in third countries: