Asociación Interprofesional para el Desarrollo Agrario | Land Portal
Acronym: 
AIDA
Phone number: 
+34 976 716 305

Emplacement

Avda. Montañana 930 (CITA Aragón)
50059 Zaragoza , Zaragoza
Espagne
Zaragoza ES
Working languages: 
espagnol

La Asociación Interprofesional para el Desarrollo Agrario (AIDA) es una asociación sin ánimo de lucro, abierta a todos los profesionales del sector técnico, social y económico agrario. La Asociación no persigue fines lucrativos ni políticos, sino de interés social y técnico en el campo agrario.

La Asociación se creó el 5 de octubre de 1967, aunque no es hasta 1973 cuando adopta el nombre de Asociación Interprofesional para el Desarrollo Agrario. En su origen era la Asociación de Técnicos Diplomados por el Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario del Ebro (CIDADE). Nace con la finalidad de crear un medio para facilitar la difusión y el intercambio de conocimientos, para dar ayuda profesional entre los asociados, así como contribuir al avance científico y técnico del sector agrario.

En la actualidad se mantienen estos fines, consiguiendo esta difusión a través de la organización periódica de Jornadas, Jornadas sobre Producción Animal los años impares y Jornadas sobre Producción Vegetal los años pares, donde se presentan comunicaciones y los profesionales comparten sus conocimientos e inquietudes.

AIDA edita la revista ITEA-Información Técnica Económica Agraria, que aparece indexada en las bases de datos de revistas científicas más importantes (SCI Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/Science Editions, ICYT, CABI y Scopus) y que en la actualidad se encuentra accesible en open-access.

En la actualidad la Asociación cuenta con unos 300 socios

 

Fines de la asociación

La Asociación persigue los siguientes fines:

  1. Proporcionar a los asociados toda la información y ayuda profesional que puedan serles útiles.
  2. La publicación de una revista periódica denominada ITEA-Información Técnica Económica Agraria.
  3. Facilitar a los asociados los contactos entre sí y con las diferentes instituciones a las que pertenecen.
  4. Organizar periódicamente unas Jornadas de Estudio, así como la coordinación o participación en conferencias, coloquios, seminarios, mesas redondas y demás manifestaciones que puedan interesar a los asociados para perfeccionar su formación profesional.
  5. Orientar, desarrollar y apoyar toda clase de iniciativas que puedan ayudar al desarrollo técnico, económico y social agrario.
  6. Cualesquiera otros fines lícitos que puedan considerarse de interés para los asociados dentro del espíritu que inspira la constitución de esta Asociación.

Asociación Interprofesional para el Desarrollo Agrario Resources

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Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011
Espagne

The Celta pig breed was the most important in Galicia (northwest of Spain) until beginning of the 20th century, suffering from this moment a continuous decrease caused by the introduction of improved breeds and their crosses. For this study 19 Celta pig breed from Santiaguesa genotype and 15 from Carballina genotype were used. Animals were weighted once at month during 12 months. To Santiaguesa genotype not significant differences (P>0.05) were observed until 198 days but it has been detected significant differences (P0.05) in any growth curve between gender.

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011

Animal tissue composition is determinant in the quality of animal products and is influenced by several factors including diet, genetic type, age and sex. Diet effect on Iberian pig's tissue composition is a relevant issue with productive and economic implications, not well understood to date. In this work we evaluated the effect of the diet fatty acid composition of fattening Iberian pigs, with respect to different tissues FA composition and transcription of three key genes coding for lipid metabolism enzymes (SCD, ME1 and FASN).

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011
Espagne

The aim of this study was to analyze the effect of the farm geographical location and of the theoretical time distance between the farm and the insemination center on the fertility after cervical AI. Data from 18,528 AI in Rasa Aragonesa ewes belonging to the UPRA selection scheme were recorded. An average fertility of 54.3% was observed, with significant differences among the three provinces studied (Huesca: 58.6%; Zaragoza: 55.6%; Teruel: 44.3%; p

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011

The present work is part of an experimental program aimed to establish the dietary lysine (Lys) requirements of post-weaned Iberian piglets. For this purpose, we used 66 castrated male Iberian piglets of Silvela strain, with approximately 10 kg bodyweight and 40 days of age. Piglets were fed one of six experimental diets differing in their dietary Lys content. L-Lys was added in increasing concentrations (from 55 to 80 g Lys/kg crude protein) to a basal diet containing corn, barley and soybean meal, at the expense of corn starch.

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011
Espagne

The use of markers-derived metrics has been suggested to infer relative inbreeding from the homozygosity of markers. Automated genotyping systems yield accurate genotypes of multiple SNPs which are useful markers for this goal. In the present study, 322 pigs of the Torbiscal closed strain of Iberian pigs have been genotyped for 192 selected SNPs, using the GoldenGate Genotyping Assay. The animals proceed from 56 litters born from minimum or maximum coancestry matings.

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Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2011
Espagne

Thirty three male tudanca young bulls were used to evaluate 2 production systems (intensive and semiextensive) and 2 slaughter ages (12 and 14 months). Although there were differences in the average daily gains along the finishing period between groups, no differences were observed in conformation score. In contrast, production system affected fatness score. Semiextensive feed animals slaughtered at 12 months of age presented values of fatness scores lower than other groups (p

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Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2009
Espagne

In dairy goat breeds, kids are a subproduct, hence they were weaned as soon as possible. The aim of the present work was to study the influence of lactation system on carcass quality of the two main dairy Spanish goat breeds. Present work is part of a large Project whose objective is the characterisation of the carcass and meat from 7 Spanish goat breeds. Thirty kids, 15 per breed, were slaughtered at 4,5 kg, including head and offal. Half of them were fed with natural milk, the other half with artificial milk.

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2009
Espagne

8 flocks of Ojinegra ewes (n=5634) were studied during a productive cycle (2007-2008) in Teruel (Spain), a low-mountain dry and harsh area. Ojinegra ewes belong to a local breed, of small-medium size, reared under a semi-extensive system of management. Throughout three seasons (autumn, winter and spring) weight and BCS of 5634 ewes at lambing and weaning were recorded and 5786 lambs were weighed fortnightly form birth to weaning. Season had a significant (p>0.01) effect on weight and BCS of ewes and on lambs average daily gain.

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2009
Espagne

At present the Race Burguete is regarded as Breed in danger of extinction. The products marketed can be classified in Lechal (the colt once weaned enters the fattener) and Quinceno (foals that once weaned remain several months at grazing and around 15 months of age are fattening). The aim of this work is to characterize both systems of production and to obtain data on the behaviour of the race in order to advise farmers belonging to the association. A total of 22 Burguete colts, 12 lechales and 10 quincenos, were slaughtered. Both cases included males and females.

Library Resource
Documents et rapports de conférence
décembre, 2009
Espagne

MESMIS methodology (Ridaura et al., 2002) has been tested to assess sustainability of two different commercial flocks within the breeding scheme of the Latxa sheep in the Basque Country. The evaluation is based on technical, economical, environmental and social indicators derived from a SWOT analysis of the system. The assessment has been made by the comparison of two commercial flocks managed under different environmental conditions by means of specific nutrition and reproduction practices.

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