Servicio Devesa-Albufera from Valencia City Council and Valencia Technical University (UPV), to make visible the project LIFE Low Carbon Feed, and in order to approach it to the general public, organized a guided visit last Saturday 26th May to the university facilities and farms from University.
This activity was attendant by 50 people that were enrolled through Valencia City Council social network.
Two groups were formed, to be directed alternately to an explanation and to the farm for small ruminants at Uni.
The speech was performed in farms’ lecture. It consisted in the general aspects about LIFE project -themes, management processes…-, background, climate change and phases and actions of this project.
It was also covered ruminant physiology, agricultural waste in animal nutrition, and agricultural management practices.
Attendants could also watch cattle management, food types, and milking.
Expositions and explanations were performed by Tamara Romero and Ion Pérez, technicians in Animal Science Departent in UPV.
It seems attendants liked this activity so much.