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Ifma Proceedings Vol2

Ifma Proceedings Vol2

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15
th
IFMA Congress – Brazil
Developing Entrepreneurship Abilities toFeed the World in a Sustainable Way
Proceedings –
 
Contributed Papers
Brazil –
Campinas-SPAugust, 14
th
to 19
th
,
2005
The Royal Palm Plaza Resort
Vole 2
 
Summary
Buying organic ood in France: shopping habits and trust............................................06Stochastic optimization: an application to sub-arctic dairy arming..............................15Eects o the public policies on the natural rubber production inSão Paulo and mato grosso states ............................................................................23Measuring the extent o diversication in agriculture..................................................30Selected results o the IFCN dairy networkmilk prices and costs o milk production in 2003.......................................................35IFCN cash crop: benchmarking arms globally oilseed production costs........................40Farm management: input-specic technologicalinclusion in arm-business to sustain net prots and benet: cost ratio......................47Strategies or successully settling armers in South Arica............................................53Free cash fow is at least as important as prot in assessing a arm rm.......................61I we want entrepreneurs we need to provide the right environment............................65Improving enterpreneurship in arming:the impact o a training programme in dutch dairy arming.......................................70Caring dairy: a sustainable dairy arming initiative in Europe.........................................81Segmentation o consuming markets o bee ..............................................................89Risk management strategies by australian armers........................................................94Economical evaluation through gross prot andcash fow in dierent bee cattle systems in Rio Grande do Sul...............................104A comparison o risk and return characteristics o ecient crop portoliosor the brown soil zones saskatchewan and mecklenburg, Germany........................111Taking stock: an approach to engaging theaustralian dairy industry in arm business management...........................................121
 
Lower order sharemilking in New Zealand..................................................................128Sources o competitive advantage inthe Uruguayan and New Zealand bee industries.....................................................136Searching or productivity gains through ‘once-a-day’ milking onNew Zealand’s pastoral dairy arms.........................................................................145Food saety and sustainability: the case o the new organizational arrangementsbetween rural producers and consumers o organic products in Japan....................151What is CPR and its importance to the brazilian agriculture nance............................158Participative approaches to enhance adoption oasciolosis control strategies in cattle, in Yogyakarta province, Indonesia.................164Improving living standards o small producers inLombok Indonesia: enterpreneurship can be the key...............................................174Improving agriculture students’ understanding oglobal production systems through distance learning..............................................182Organic arming: lessons or new players....................................................................188A computer system applied or the management o mechanization project ...............195Infuence o entrepreneurship and management on sow arm labour productivity......202Reducing nutrient losses in europe and implicationsor arming - in the light o the water ramework directive......................................208Sustainable arm management practices in the enlarged EU:a case study o integrated ecoarm in the central Hungary region...........................218Milk and byproducts exports, is it a solutionor producers or a problem or consumers?.............................................................224The research programme “networks in livestock arming” as ameans o promoting innovation in agriculture.........................................................234Sugarcane renery under economic management system...........................................240

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