Organic Agriculture

animals husbandry management in organic agriculture

Animal Husbandry Management in Organic Agriculture

Basic Requirements for Animal Husbandry Management Livestock management in organic agriculture mainly considers the welfare conditions of animals. Organic farming does not allow landless livestock management. Environment conditions, herd sizes, stocking densities, and other facilities should ensure the behavioral needs of the animals. Animals should have enough space to free movements. Also, this helps to …

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Guide for organic crop production

Guide for Organic Crop Production

We are already known that organic agriculture is a farming system that sustains the health of humans, plants, animals, and soil. This is also known as ecological agriculture (organic farming considers the well-being of the environment and it is an environmentally friendly system) and sustainable agriculture (share the resources among all stakeholders and keep resources …

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Organic Farming - Environment Management

Organic Farming – Environment Management

In our previous article (What is organic farming?) we stated that organic farming shares its benefit with soil, human, animals, and the environment. So, in this article, we would like to educate you on how to achieve the well-being of the environment. Environmental management means a set of practices that should be implemented in our …

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Organic Farming – Definition, Overview

Organic farming can be defined as a system that considers the health of the soil, people and the ecosystem. Organic farming doesn’t use inputs with a harmful effect on soil, people and ecosystem and its link with biodiversity, natural cycles & processes. Traditional, innovative and scientific techniques are used in organic agriculture to share its …

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