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Les bâtiments des vaches laitières de demain : quelles sont les attentes du grand public et comment sont-elles perçues par les éleveurs ?

Abstract : Dairy farming is currently facing new technical, economic, environmental and social challenges. The dairy buildings have to host in good conditions the cows, but provide also optimal working conditions for the farmer. However, currently some social pressure is perceived. In this context, the French dairy product board organisation (Cniel) has financed a study aiming to anticipate changes that could impact the consumption of dairy products in France. A better understanding of the general public expectations could help to maintain good social acceptability of buildings. Therefor, qualitative studies were carried out, mobilizing experts and visitors of the 2019 International Agricultural Show (SIA) in Paris. The result is a strong demand for animal welfare (including grazing), cleanliness of the farm, a building with natural and aesthetic qualities. The livestock farming buildings should not have "factory" or "industrial" aspects...
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Anaïs Dubuc. Les bâtiments des vaches laitières de demain : quelles sont les attentes du grand public et comment sont-elles perçues par les éleveurs ?. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02638615⟩

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