Farming and other land uses in the uplands are extremely challenging, financially marginal, and need to respond to challenges such as climate change, livestock diseases and changing societal demands. This project will examine how beef cattle and sheep farmers in upland areas can improve their resilience to environmental, economic, and social change, and what impact their actions to improve resilience will have on food supplies, natural resources and society.
Outputs from ResULTS
- Back to the future: rethinking socioecological systems underlying high nature value farmlands
- Quantifying disadvantage and economic viability: characterising vulnerability and resilience in upland farming systems
- Financial Impacts of Liver Fluke on Livestock Farms Under Climate Change–A Farm Level Assessment
- Key traits for ruminant livestock across diverse production systems in the context of climate change: perspectives from a global platform of research farms
- Social networks and farming resilience
- Taking the steps toward sustainable livestock: our multidisciplinary global farm platform journey