The network of National Coordinators for Animal Genetic Resources (ERFP) aims to share information and knowledge between European countries in the area of conservation and sustainable use of genetic diversity farm animal species.
CGN actively participates in the ERFP network and this project also covers the yearly Dutch contribution to the ERFP network. CGN coordinates the ERFP cryoconservation working group.
Exchange of state of the art knowledge and experiences, to support effective and efficient conservation and sustainable use of Animal Genetic Resources within Europe.
Farmer’s views and values to focus on cattle conservation policies: the case of eight European countries
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 129 (2012)6. - ISSN 0931-2668 - p. 427 - 435.
Genetische diversiteit bij landbouwhuisdieren
In vivo conservation of animal genetic resources
Rome : FAO (FAO animal production and health guidelines 14) - ISBN 9789251077252 - p.
Local cattle breeds in Europe : development of policies and strategies for self-sustaining breeds
Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers - ISBN 9789086861446 - p.
Meida tour Goats and Sheep : breeding is the basis
N'dama cattle conservation: the potential roles of artificial insemination and the national policy
In: Book of proceedings Volume 2 : International Conference on Agriculture, Science and Engineering (ICASE2012), Port Harcourt, Nigeria, 3-7 September 2012. - : Beverly Scientific Organisation (BSO) - ISBN 9788461284863 - p. 182 - 189.
Overview and assessment of support measures for endangered livestock breeds : Subsibreed : Final project report
Germany : European Regional Focal Point for Animal Genetic Resources (ERFP ) - p.
Presentatie ERFP Working Group Documentation and Information
Regional issues on animal genetic resources: trends, policies and networking in Europe
Animal Genetic Resources Information 2010 (2010)47. - ISSN 1014-2339 - p. 125 - 136.
Submissions of stakeholders on voluntary codes of conduct, guidelines and best practices, and/or standards in relation to access and benefit-sharing for all subsectors of genetic resources for food and agriculture
: FAO (session 8 ) - p. 1 - 53.