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Norwegian breeding strategies - a success story of long-term benefits
N.H. Sæther, Norway

Animal genetic resources and intellectual property rights – the issues
S.E. Jones, University of Canberra, Australia

Livestock genetics industry and its impact in developing countries
S. Gura, League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development

How do we get ex-situ conservation moving?
S. McClintock, International Livestock Research Institute

Roundtable for governments and civil society
F. Pythoud, Switzerland

International trade flows of animal genetic resources and the flow of imported genes
H. Blackburn, United States Department of Agriculture, National Animal Germplasm Program

Conserving genes, creating livelihoods. Not without livestock keepers' rights
I. Köhler-Rollefson, League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development

Organic animal breeding and animal genetic resources conservation
C. Grandi, International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements

Zoo-sanitary measures in trade and animal genetic resources
K. Schwabenbauer (FAO) and S. Biber-Klemm (WTI)

How sustainable are the breeding programs of the global main stream dairy breeds?
J. Philipsson, Interbull Center

Rare and heritage breeds
T. Wollen, Heifer International and American Livestock Breeds Conservancy

Endogenous livestock development, supporting poor livestock keepers
E. Mathias, Endogenous Livestock Development

Field activities of FAO and IAEA
B. Besbes (FAO) and P.J. Boettcher (IAEA)

Community level conservation of indigenous animal breeds in India by LIFE Network
P. Vivekanandan, SEVA


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