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By A. Georgoudis, A. Rosati, C. Mosconi

Mediterranean population depend upon ordinary assets for his or her livelihoods. cattle creation and forestry are key assets of source of revenue but are performed less than harsh stipulations corresponding to constrained land assets, marginal agricultural stipulations, isolation, and scant gear and infrastructure. farm animals is of specific significance in mountain construction platforms as they convert plant biomass into worthy items for people resembling milk, meat and draught strength. those items are key to the areas' sustainability. the most subject matters mentioned during this e-book are: human geography of Mediterranean mountain territories; farm animals construction and traditional assets; bettering the potency of farm animals platforms in Mediterranean mountain parts; purposes of recent applied sciences for environmentally sound administration of cattle and common assets; and the function farm animals performs in rural improvement and in safeguarding average assets

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Their products (meat, milk and derivatives) are highly liked by consumers, thanks to their particular quality characteristics. If it was possible to put these products on the top range of the food market, the future of breeding could be guaranteed. It must be considered, however, that the traditional crops (cereals and industrial crops), cultivated in the major part of the agricultural land of these areas, are entering into a crisis due to high production costs that render the products non-competitive compared to those in the international market.

Within the study area, the communities of Lidoriki, Amygdalia, Pentapolis and Malandrino are comparatively large villages, while the 12 remaining communities are facing serious survival problems for the next 20 years. 8%. 4%. The percentage of the economically active population (age 15 - 64 years old) is smaller than that of the prefecture of the Region. 8 % of the population, a percentage significantly higher when compared with that of the rest of the prefecture. Consequently, in Table 3, the land usage is shown.

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