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Making more of livestock (part 2)

Almost a third of all agricultural land is used for livestock production, either as permanent pasture for grazing or as cropland for growing animal fodder and feed. But increasing demand for livestock products, together with changes in international trade, is placing pressure on the global livestock sector both to expand and adapt. This edition of New Agriculturist looks at some of the policy and institutional changes required to make more of livestock.
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