Système d’Information sur la Diversité des Animaux Domestiques (DAD-IS)

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As the world population grows, the need increases to efficiently produce nutritious, high quality food. Food security, the access to a sufficient amount of food, is a growing concern for many people around the world. There are relatively few international transboundary breeds that produce at a very high rate,...
In the Nequen Province of Argentina, Criollo goat meat is cherished by both tourists and natives alike for its’ superior palatability (taste and flavor) over other breeds of goat in the area. The main reason for this difference stems back to where they are herded during the summer months,...
The Anatolian region in Turkey, which has produced many cattle and sheep breeds for centuries, has lost many of their livestock resources in recent years. A significant portion of Turkey’s domesticated animals have become extinct and the remaining breeds are still facing the danger of extinction. Native cattle breeds...
Nordland Lyngen
09 January 2018
History of the breed           The Nordlandshest/Lyngshest breed is the smallest Norwegian horse breed. It comes from the county of Lyngen but breeders of Nordland’s county gave the name “Nordlandshest” in 1968 and now a compromise has been accepted and both are regarded as official names. In the...
Caldela
12 May 2017
History The Caldelá is a cattle breed native to the Galicia north-western of Spain. The race is characterized by a black cape and hooked horns. It is bred exclusively in extensive production systems. Its meat is sold under the brand name of the Association of breeders "100% Raza Autóctona Caldelá". Status DAD –...
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