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Management of herds and organization of grazing lands in the Mediterranean region of France


, : Management of herds and organization of grazing lands in the Mediterranean region of France. The optimal exploitation of marginal Mediterranean areas by extensive ruminant production systems Proceedings of an international symposium organized by HSAP and EAAP and sponsored by EUDGVI, FAO and CIHEAM, Thessaloniki, Greece, 18-20 June, 1994: 262-274

In the French Mediterranean region, livestock feeding is usually based on a combination of rangelands and arable lands.

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