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Dear visitors,


The Cattle Network is happy to present its "Forum" section. The Forum is meant to be an online meeting point for the exchange of information and discussion on topics of your interest, related to cattle and animal science in general. High-quality scientific papers on topics of animal science will serve as a basis to generate interaction.



Please note that by participating in the e-mail conferences of the Cattle Network, you accept the Rules of the Cattle Network Forum


Participants to the Forum must include their name/surname, organization and country of residence in the messages posted to a discussion.

Participants to the Forum may not post libellous, defamatory, obscene, violent, abusive, or threatening messages or materials, or links to such materials.

Participants to the Forum are responsible for any materials, and links to any materials, that they post to the Forum.

The Cattle Network administration cannot be considered responsible for any unauthorised use of material posted to the Forum.

The Cattle Network administration shall not guarantee the accuracy of any statements made in or materials posted to the Forum.

Participants to the Forum are assumed to be expressing their personal views unless they explicitly state that their statements represent the views of their organization.

The Cattle Network administration shall carry no responsibility for the use of  the Forum's content by third parties from the moment of its placement online.   

Participants to the Forum must always identify the source and author(s) of materials downloaded from the Forum if these materials are posted elsewhere.

Participants expressly authorise the Cattle Network administration to reference, summarise, quote and disseminate all or part of the contributions to the e-mail conference in any document(s) that may be published subsequently.



We will be happy to answer any of your questions. We look forward to meeting you online!






The next e-mail conference will be based on the following high-quality scientific paper:  


Hocquette J.F., Gigli S.: The challenge of quality. (2005) In: Indicators of milk and beef quality, Eds: J.F. Hocquette and S. Gigli, EAAP Scientific Series no. 112




FAO e-mail conference

"Coping with water scarcity in developing countries: What role for agricultural biotechnologies?"

5 March - 1 April 2007


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