21 Results for 'Brazil'

PR – CARBON NEUTRAL BRAZILIAN BEEF: AN ANALYSIS OF ITS ECONOMIC VIABILITY FOR LIVESTOCK SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION

Abstract This study analyses the economic viability of Carbon Neutral Brazilian Beef (CNBB), proposed by EMBRAPA, as an alternative for sustainable intensification of beef farming in Brazil. A 12-year cash flow was built for two integrated crop- livestock-forestry systems (ICLF) ...Read More

PR – CARBON NEUTRAL BRAZILIAN BEEF: AN ANALYSIS OF ITS ECONOMIC VIABILITY FOR LIVESTOCK SUSTAINABLE INTENSIFICATION

Abstract: This study analyses the economic viability of forestry in integrated farming systems (IFS) in Brazil. A 12-year cash flow was built with both experimental data and estimates for three IFS in the Savannah region: ICL (crops + cattle); ICLF1 ...Read More

PR – IS THE “F WORD” AN OPTION FOR BRAZILIAN FARMERS? THE PLACE OF FORESTRY IN FUTURE INTEGRATED FARMING SYSTEMS

The adoption of 45 production, environmental and managerial technologies by 26 Brazilian innovative beef farmers is analysed in relation to technology attributes and adoption rationale. The farmers were purposively selected based on their self-enrolment in an organisation or program that ...Read More

PR – Technological Profile Of Brazilian Innovative Beef Farmers: Which Technologies These Farmers Adopt, Which They Don’t And Reasons For The Difference (p316-323)

In the eighties, when several economic crises forced the public sector to reduce its budget and caused the bankruptcy of the credit system in Brazilian agriculture, a new instrument was developed: CPR (certificate of rural product). This paper presents a ...Read More

What Is CPR And Its Importance To The Brazilian Agriculture Finance?

The relationship between consumers and producers is changing, and has impacted governments, organizations, production, and the agribusiness. New standards in food consumption, with a strong emphasis on safety food and production sustainability have becoming worries for these agencies. The Seikatsu ...Read More

Food Safety And Sustainability: The Case Of The New Organizational Arrangements Between Rural Producers And Consumers Of Organic Products In Japan

The purpose of this study was to investigate the management behaviours of six top performing sheep and beef farmers from the South Island of New Zealand. Information was obtained through interviews using grounded theory qualitative research methodology. All six farmers were found ...Read More

Top Performing Farmers Are Information Rich: Case Studies Of Sheep And Cattle Farmers In The South Island Of New Zealand

This study is focused on the habits of the Brazilian farmers that access the Internet for searching information to their economical activities. The main goal is to understand how come those agents of the agribusiness use the formal and informal ...Read More

Farmers’ Demand For Information About Agribusiness

This article presents some of the best findings of a research done by the author with the intent to characterize some market opportunities for producers of organic agriculture production (OAPs) and the management techniques necessaries to take competitive advantage of ...Read More

Organic Farming: Lessons For New Players

This work compares the incomes of the rural families of the Southern Region of Brazil in the years of 1995 and 2001, using the special micro data tabulation of the National Sample Home Research (PNADs). The results show that the ...Read More

New Empiric Evidences Of The Income Of The Rural Families Of The Southern Region Of Brazil: Comparing The Years Of 1995 And 2001

One of the tasks most difficult in the planning of marketing has been the election of the market-target. Being thus, the market segmentation reveals of great importance. The objective of this study is to discuss a market segmentation model of ...Read More