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dc.contributor.advisorBoccanfuso, Dorothée
dc.contributor.authorTéno, Gabrielfr
dc.description.abstractThe aim of the study was to integrate economics, forage agronomy and livestock production data to determine the economic costs and benefits of management techniques that can extend the grazing season for beef production in Atlantic Canada. The results of the study show that extending the grazing season is financially and economically beneficial for both an Atlantic beef farmer and the whole Atlantic community. Extending the grazing season could be thus an alternative solution to enhance beef farm viability in Atlantic Canada. It can also contribute to the sustainable development of beef cattle production through its benefits for environmental protection. The results of this study reflect the necessity of supporting and promoting the adoption of extended grazing season practices in Atlantic beef production. This support and this promotion could involve increasing awareness, training on grazing management skills, diffusion at workshops and participatory
dc.publisherUniversité de Sherbrookefr
dc.rights© Gabriel Ténofr
dc.rightsAttribution - Pas d’Utilisation Commerciale - Pas de Modification 2.5 Canada*
dc.subjectExtending the grazing seasonfr
dc.subjectCost-benefit analysisfr
dc.subjectBeef productionfr
dc.subjectAtlantic Canadafr
dc.titleThe cost-benefit analysis of extending the grazing season in beef cattle production in Atlantic Canadafr
dc.typeMémoirefrÉconomiquefrÉcole de gestionfrîtrisefr

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