We're delighted to announce that Professor Christine Nicol has agreed to edit our forthcoming title: 'Understanding the behaviour and improving the welfare of poultry'. Dr Nicol is Professor of Animal Welfare at the Royal Veterinary College - University of London, UK.
With 2019 only a few weeks away, we wanted to share our Publishing Programme for the year ahead. Please browse our exciting range of new titles on crop breeding, cultivation, pest/disease management and sustainability
Researchers from CIRAD and INRA have used gene inactivation to increase recombination in crops, speeding up breeding and the development of plants with improved resistance to diseases and the effects of climate change.
With 2019 only a few weeks away, we wanted to share our Publishing Programme for the year ahead. Please browse our exciting range of new titles on topics such as gut health in poultry, breeding of dairy cattle and organic animal farming.
Professor Richard Oliver, Editor of Integrated disease management of wheat and barley, is attending the British Society for Plant Pathology Conference next week. Richard will be on hand to provide more information about the book that reviews the latest research in disease management.
Scientists at Bristol University, world-famous for its animal science research, has received funding for a ‘living laboratory’ to study livestock, using GPS, motion sensors and other technology to monitor animal health and welfare.
We're excited to again have our Publications Catalogue being distributed to delegates at the Plant & Animal Genome XXVII conference in early January. With over 25 new titles to come in 2019 you can be sure we're helping you keep up to date with the latest research in agricultural science.