21 September

Quality Farming – Cattle

Torino-Lingotto Fiere

Industrial farming has reduced animals to machines and has completely deprived cattle of grazing and life in the open air.

Furthermore, to produce one kilogram of industrial beef, 36.4 kilos of carbon dioxide are released into the atmosphere and about 15,500 liters of water and 7 kilos of plant foods are consumed. However, there are farms that support local breeds and respect the environment and animal welfare. In this forum we share examples from all over the world.

Speakers:

  • Caroline McCann, South Africa, Slow Food International Councilor-New Harmony Farm;
  • Ziporah Ainebyona, Uganda, farmer of Ankole Cow Presidium;
  • Kazunori Matsumoto, Japan, farmer;
  • Dieter Kraft, Germany,  Limpurg cattle race Presidium;
  • Russ Carrington, United Kingdom, President Rural Youth Europe, general manager of Pasture-fed livestock association;
  • Sergio Capaldo, Italy, Piedmontese Breed reference.

Moderator: Jacopo Goracci, Italy, zootechnical, farmer and reference of the Presidium of the Maremmana race.

The Terra Madre thematic Forums are presented by delegates of the network and are open to the public as long as seats are available.

Priority entrance reserved for delegates. Access requires registration on site.

21 September

14:00 - 16:00

Stand:
Food for Change – Slow Meat – Oval