Animal Genetic Resources is an international trilingual journal, published three times per year. It is available via the Cambridge University Press online platform and in print. Main papers are published in English, French or Spanish, with a summary in all three languages. The journal has been published since 1983, and all back issues are available in the DAD-IS library.
The journal covers the following areas: phenotypic and molecular characterization; surveying and monitoring; development (genetic improvement); sustainable use; conservation; capacity-building in livestock keeper and pastoralist communities; and policies and institutions and thus supports the implementation of the Global Plan of Action for Animal Genetic Resources, the internationally agreed framework for the management of animal genetic resources and the Convention on Biological Diversity.
EMPRES Bulletin publication provides information from different sources on the effective prevention and progressive control of key Transboundary Animal Diseases (TADs), analysing animal disease risks to countries and reporting on progress in the control of such diseases in affected countries.
The newsletter covers all aspects of rural poultry development in developing countries and the editor is responsible for collecting and analysing available information for each edition. The majority of contributions come from the members themselves.
The Tsetse and Trypanosomosis Information (TTI) Bulletin has been established to disseminate the current information on all the aspects of tsetse and Trypanosomosis research and control to institutions and individuals involved in the problems of African Trypanosomosis. This service forms and integral part of the Programme Against African Trypanosomosis (PAAT). The bulletin is prepared for publication, in both English and French editions, by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Since the value of this information service depends to a greater extent on the receipt of relevant material from research workers, campaign planners and organizers and field workers themselves, readers are requested to submit news items and copies of scientific papers and reports.