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AVIAN INFLUENZA IN CANADA 2004 / SUBMITTED BY CANADA
By June of 2004, some 17 million birds, on 42 commercial premises and 11 backyard flocks, had been destroyed, and the outbreak was seen to have been halted. (...) – 2 outside the surveillance Zone but in the Control Area. • 3 backyards: – in the High Risk Region. • Total of 365 000 birds destroyed. (...) – 1.25 million exposed/infected birds destroyed. • 11 backyard postive flocks: – 171 exposed/infected birds destroyed
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Score: 1229885.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78&Lang=E
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Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Family Farming Knowledge Platform Background FamilyFarmingLex Resources Practices & Techniques Countries & Regions Themes Network Data sources Join Us Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work The following practice describes the STB model, its functions, major elements, how it works, stakeholders involved, training required, costs and outcomes, and challenges and limitations to adoption and scaling. (...) To reduce this breach in 2009, the China Agricultural University (CAU) initiated a novel approach to empower smallholder farmers for sustainable agricultural production in China, called Science and Technology Backyards (STB). The Science and Technology Backyards (STB) is a novel approach recognized by its innovative organizational settings, where  CAU professors and postgraduate students moved their research programs from the experimental station to the village and rented a backyard. To be closer to the farmer's reality, they lived, worked and studied high-yielding technologies and responses from the farmers in the village. In the years, the backyard work attracted more farmers and encouraged further participation.
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Score: 1227558.6 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/en/c/1611738/
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Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español منبر معارف الزراعة الأُسرية معلومات أساسية FamilyFarmingLex الموارد الممارسات والتقنيات البلدان والأقاليم الموضوعات شبكة منبر المعارف مصادر البيانات انضم إلينا Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work The following practice describes the STB model, its functions, major elements, how it works, stakeholders involved, training required, costs and outcomes, and challenges and limitations to adoption and scaling. (...) To reduce this breach in 2009, the China Agricultural University (CAU) initiated a novel approach to empower smallholder farmers for sustainable agricultural production in China, called Science and Technology Backyards (STB). The Science and Technology Backyards (STB) is a novel approach recognized by its innovative organizational settings, where  CAU professors and postgraduate students moved their research programs from the experimental station to the village and rented a backyard. To be closer to the farmer's reality, they lived, worked and studied high-yielding technologies and responses from the farmers in the village. In the years, the backyard work attracted more farmers and encouraged further participation.
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Score: 1227558.6 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ar/c/1611738/
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When we got into the backyard garden, I headed for the cucumber plants. (...) Looking further, we realized that the backyard garden had lots of other plants that we could use as food. We found there plenty of blackjack and amaranth growing in the backyard, both edible and highly nutritious. From this moment we decided to take more care than before of the backyard garden and started growing a variety of vegetables there, including some medicinal herbs. 
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Score: 1226521.1 - https://www.fao.org/agroecolog.../database/detail/ar/c/1539132/
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When we got into the backyard garden, I headed for the cucumber plants. (...) Looking further, we realized that the backyard garden had lots of other plants that we could use as food. We found there plenty of blackjack and amaranth growing in the backyard, both edible and highly nutritious. From this moment we decided to take more care than before of the backyard garden and started growing a variety of vegetables there, including some medicinal herbs. 
Language:English
Score: 1226521.1 - https://www.fao.org/agroecolog.../database/detail/en/c/1539132/
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When we got into the backyard garden, I headed for the cucumber plants. (...) Looking further, we realized that the backyard garden had lots of other plants that we could use as food. We found there plenty of blackjack and amaranth growing in the backyard, both edible and highly nutritious. From this moment we decided to take more care than before of the backyard garden and started growing a variety of vegetables there, including some medicinal herbs. 
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Score: 1226521.1 - https://www.fao.org/agroecolog.../database/detail/ru/c/1539132/
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Almost all the pigs in Georgia are backyard pigs, and this allowed the disease to quickly spread throughout the country. (...) “And most times, little is known about these backyard systems and trade networks due to their mostly informal nature. (...) “The same methodology can be easily adapted to the many other countries where the backyard sector presents a challenge in disease control,” Beltran-Alcrudo said.
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Score: 1223791.5 - https://www.fao.org/europe/news/detail-news/en/c/1156836/
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Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Plateforme de connaissances sur l'agriculture familiale Généralités FamilyFarmingLex Ressources Pratiques & Techniques Pays et régions Thèmes Réseau de la PCAF Sources des données Rejoignez-nous Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work The following practice describes the STB model, its functions, major elements, how it works, stakeholders involved, training required, costs and outcomes, and challenges and limitations to adoption and scaling. (...) To reduce this breach in 2009, the China Agricultural University (CAU) initiated a novel approach to empower smallholder farmers for sustainable agricultural production in China, called Science and Technology Backyards (STB). The Science and Technology Backyards (STB) is a novel approach recognized by its innovative organizational settings, where  CAU professors and postgraduate students moved their research programs from the experimental station to the village and rented a backyard. To be closer to the farmer's reality, they lived, worked and studied high-yielding technologies and responses from the farmers in the village. In the years, the backyard work attracted more farmers and encouraged further participation.
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Score: 1222235.8 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/fr/c/1611738/
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Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work | FAO FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Платформа знаний о семейных фермерских хозяйствах Справка FamilyFarmingLex Ресурсы Практики и техники Страны и регионы Темы Сеть ПЗСФХ Источники данных Присоединяйтесь к нам Science, technology and backyards explained- what it is, and how does it work The following practice describes the STB model, its functions, major elements, how it works, stakeholders involved, training required, costs and outcomes, and challenges and limitations to adoption and scaling. (...) To reduce this breach in 2009, the China Agricultural University (CAU) initiated a novel approach to empower smallholder farmers for sustainable agricultural production in China, called Science and Technology Backyards (STB). The Science and Technology Backyards (STB) is a novel approach recognized by its innovative organizational settings, where  CAU professors and postgraduate students moved their research programs from the experimental station to the village and rented a backyard. To be closer to the farmer's reality, they lived, worked and studied high-yielding technologies and responses from the farmers in the village. In the years, the backyard work attracted more farmers and encouraged further participation.
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Score: 1222235.8 - https://www.fao.org/family-farming/detail/ru/c/1611738/
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Agricultural transformation starts in the backyard | Gender | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Gender Background News Insights Projects Resources Special initiatives Agricultural transformation starts in the backyard Family farming has deep roots in rural Indonesian life, but Nissa’s struggles to maintain those traditions demonstrate the threats family farmers regularly face. (...) Her childhood home’s backyard in the hilly town of Garut, West Java was a little forest where her father planted vegetables, herbs and fruits. (...) The tradition of the “backyard hunt” has long been part of ethnic Sundanese life in West Java, Indonesia.
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Score: 1217829 - https://www.fao.org/gender/projects/detail/en/c/1445997/
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