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Doğayı Tüketmemek İçin Akıllı Fikirler: Organik Hayvan Yetiştiriciliği
Date du début: 31 déc. 2015, Date de fin: 30 déc. 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Individual efforts began in Europe in the early 1900s with organic agricultural activities and, sensitive producers and consumers brought together on the results of the studies of Albert Howard's "Agricultural Testament" in 1910 and, Dr. Rudolf Steiner's "Biodynamic Farming Method" in 1924. When at the end of a process nearly after 30 years in 1930, that organic farming began spreaded in Europe. Organic farming activities went on in this way until the 1970s and, in 1972 with the establishment of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) they have gained an international identity. The first large-sized regulation on organic farming in the world was published in 1991 by EU and after being made many changes animal products section was added in 1999. Organic farming standards Bioswiss prepared by Switzerland Codex Alimentarius by FAO in 1999, NOP by US and JAS by Japan in 2000 have affected the global market movements all over the World. Organic farming started in small steps in 1970s began to gain commercial importance in 1990s. In 1992 the Association of Ecological Agriculture Organization (ETO) has been established. The 'Regulation on the plant and animal agricultural products produced with Ecological Methods' was enacted in 1994 and, the 'Regulation on the Principles and Practice of Organic Agriculture' was in 2002. The Organic Agriculture Law was adopted in 2004, and so to determine the rules of organic production and control mechanism was generated. Nowadays, Organic agriculture, began in 1900 in Europe and in the 1970s in our country, has gained a universal interoperability in countries located in Europe and the Americas and many other developed countries. However, the integration is not enough at the international level in our country. In our project we believe will accelerate our country in the international dimension, history, public policy, legislation and regulations, inspection and certification, growing organic forage crops, processing of animal products, storage and marketing, animal health and welfare, the problems encountered (animal health, animal welfare, animal feed), and issues such as solutions are aimed to be learned in the size of the organic livestock production in the EU. In addition, in parallel with vocational training; Increasing environmental awareness, raising the academic level, adopting organic farming, giving differences in teaching activities, improving the ability to live in different cultures, to increase their foreign language skills and competence to act together are expected for the participants. Our project is prepared to address a total of 24 veterinarians and zootechnicians employed in Bahri Dağdaş International Agricultural Research Institute, Konya Chamber of Veterinary Surgeons, Konya Leader Farmers Association and Mersin Sheep and Goat Breeders Association. Our project will consist of training and cultural activities. It is planned that theoretical training will be received at the first week, cultural activities will be made at the break and the second week will be for practical training. In this context, the draft training program has been prepared and has been agreed with the host organization. Our main goal in this Project is return to our country using the time in the most proper way and, to get maximum level of theoretical and practical knowledge on organic farming. In our country there is no structure like the National Organic Farming Institute or the Organic Agriculture Research and Training Center at the present time. This is a serious shortcoming and, if it is established, technical personnel to operate are also quite inadequate. Because of this, it would be appropriate to take this training. One of the issues is to raise agenda on organic farming. Technical personnel adopted the methods of Organic farming will work to produce projects in institutions, tell their achievements with courses organized and make efforts to establish National Organic Agricultural Institute or Organic Agriculture Research and Training Center. Indeed, Bahri Dağdaş International Agricultural Research Institute has taken concrete steps to establish "Organic Agriculture Research and Training Center". If this structure implemented, this project will gain more meaning and gains derived from the project will be a significant opportunity for the continuity of the output. Awareness and demand of organic food will increase via producers and consumers reached by the knowledge obtained as a result of the Project. As a result, our country’s organic livestock sector will improve with the increase of public awareness and demand. In the long term, the developped organic farming sector in our country is likely to have a voice in Europa/international arena.



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