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Urban fringe land use conflict: Two poultry case studies

Urban fringe land use conflict: Two poultry case studies

Land use is a common source of conflict for many sectors of Australian agriculture including the poultry industry, particularly in areas on the urban fringe or where there is significant rural residential development.

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Land use is a common source of conflict for many sectors of Australian agriculture including the poultry industry, particularly in areas on the urban fringe or where there is significant rural residential development. To determine effective solutions to this issue, this study investigated two case study areas in Australia and conducted extensive interviews with relevant groups in order to produce a set of recommendations for the Australian poultry industry.  

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