4 days full of animations: 2,000 animals of high genetic level, 1,500 exhibitors specialized in breeding business. Conferences, animations about the agricultural topics.
Auvergne horse parade, draft breeds, donkeys and mules, sport horses and ponies, Franches Montagnes.
The Interreg Franco-Belge CowForme 2020-2022 project aims to provide tools, approaches and solutions to improve the quality of life at work for breeders faced with the growth of herds and the decline in family labour. Seven groups of breeders participated for two years in the “Focus farm” approach, which relied on collective expertise to carry out individual diagnoses and plans to improve working conditions. After presentation of the project and summaries of the diagnoses and action plans, the achievements of this innovative approach will be illustrated based on project deliverables (videos and testimonial sheets from breeders, etc.).
AP3C is a unique, original and forward-looking project-actions which focuses on the impacts of climate change on agriculture in the Massif Central by 2050. This project is supported by 11 Chambers of Agriculture in the Massif Central, united within of OIER SIDAM and in partnership since 2022 with TRAME and the Massif central cheese cluster. If climate change impacts us all and weakens the agriculture of our territory, levers of action exist to allow our agricultural systems to adapt. It is therefore necessary to be proactive and think together about the solutions that will allow us tomorrow to preserve productive agriculture in our territory. After 7 years of existence, AP3C aims to accelerate the transfer of data, to better support the actors of the territory in the face of climate change: creation of systems, specific work with agricultural education, impact mapping, etc. so many tools and methods that will allow the results of AP3C to be known and mobilized by the various actors to support the transition, the adaptation of the systems and the territory.
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Since the collapse of the USSR and the recent regional conflicts, there has been a massive reduction in the number of sheep and goats in Georgia. According to studies, Georgian pastures can feed up to 2 million sheep against a total current herd of only 855,900 heads.
This means that enormous development potential exists, at the gateway to the solvent and growing markets of the countries of the Near and Middle East.
Come and discover the situation and the many opportunities for French companies in the sheep and goat sectors in the Caucasus (genetics, equipment, product processing, machinery, etc.).