STUDY REGARDING ANIMAL ORGANIC FARMING IN ROMANIA – CURRENT STATUS AND TRENDS

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LX
Written by Dana TAPALOAGA, Paul-Rodian TAPALOAGA

Organic farming is a sector of great perspective for Romania, due to the fact that it benefits appropriate conditions for the development of such a system of agriculture in comparison with economically developed countries, where super intensive agricultural technologies are used extensively, based largely on chemical fertilizers and pesticides. In the present study, based on an analysis about organic animal production, performed for 2015-2016 there are apparent large possibilities of having profit from this type of agriculture in the enlarged European Community. Talking about economic purpose animals, the principal objective that organic farming has in view is their genetic foundation, improvement and preservation. At the same time, this system aims to improve the condition of life of the animals, by providing not only their physiological needs but also the principles of human care, excluding obviously excessive concentration and permanent indoor keeping (Ilie, 2016). In the past two years, in Romania, organically certified farms have seen a genuine territorial expansion in relation to the previous years and the conventional farms.

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TAPALOAGA D., TAPALOAGA P.R. 2017, STUDY REGARDING ANIMAL ORGANIC FARMING IN ROMANIA – CURRENT STATUS AND TRENDS . Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LX, ISSN 2285-5750, 265-270.


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