Design, incubation and realization of the Roundel egg production system in the Netherlands as an example of sustainable development of complex agricultural systems.

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Abstract

This paper tells the story of the design 2004 of two innovative design concepts in 2004 for the production of table eggs, the initiatives and activities in the subsequent period of incubation, and the final realization in practice of three Roundel houses in the Netherlands. The case shows how an interactive redesign process facilitated the successful realization of a radically new housing system for laying hens, in which fulfilment of the needs of the laying hen, the farmer and citizen/consumer was realized in an integrated way
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-18
Publication statusPublished - 2012
EventXXIV World Poultry Congress 2012, Salavador, Brasil -
Duration: 5 Aug 20129 Aug 2012

Conference

ConferenceXXIV World Poultry Congress 2012, Salavador, Brasil
Period5/08/129/08/12

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