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000265402 242__ $$aSustainable Practices in the Organic Beef Cattle Bred in Mato Grosso Do Sul: The ABPO Case
000265402 245__ $$aPráticas sustentáveis na bovinocultura de corte orgânica em Mato grosso do sul: o caso da abpo
000265402 260__ $$c2015-04
000265402 269__ $$a2015-04
000265402 336__ $$aJournal Article
000265402 520__ $$aResults of a descriptive case study performed in the Brazilian Association of Organic Cattle Ranching (ABPO), headquartered in Campo Grande - State of Mato Grosso do Sul, are presented in this article seeking to verify the environmental, economical and social sustainability. We used a semi-structured interview guide performed to the president, directors and associates of ABPO. We also used current and/or old documents of the organization records, searching for its history and actions redeemed in its activity. Data were processed by means of the content analyzing, with dimensions and pre-established categories. The study shows that the ABPO has been developing a broad understanding of sustainability and perceives a multifaceted spectrum of social demands which should be fulfilled. The interviewed have knowledge about sustainability practices, essential in the organic beef cattle production. In addition, they demonstrate that have acquired knowledge about this field of activity because they have been acting in the cattle breeding for some time, as well as they have a concern with the swampland of Mato Grosso do Sul.
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000265402 546__ $$aEnglish
000265402 650__ $$aEnvironmental Economics and Policy
000265402 650__ $$aLivestock Production/Industries
000265402 6531_ $$aSustainability
000265402 6531_ $$aOrganic products
000265402 6531_ $$aOrganic beef cattle raising
000265402 700__ $$aMatias, Marcos Jose de Almeida
000265402 700__ $$ade Azevedo, Benise Barros
000265402 700__ $$aCalia, Rogerio Ceravolo
000265402 700__ $$aMalafaia, Guilherme
000265402 773__ $$j 17$$k 2$$o224$$q209$$tOrganizações Rurais e Agroindustriais/Rural and Agro-Industrial Organizations
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