We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byWilfrid Wilson
Modified about 1 year ago
DLV Advisory group Harm Brinks and Bertus Buizer
The changes in rural extension The new role of DLV
© DLVPagina 3 Looking back Until 1990, extension service was part of the ministry of agriculture Our work –related to government policy –all our services for free –emphasis on group activities, every extension officer guided several study groups –individual advice not very important
© DLVPagina 4 Start privatising in 1990 Extension seperate from the government but still more or less under control First periode most of the services for free Individual advice was payed for 80% of our total income from the government
© DLVPagina 5 Privatising proces complete Since 1993 DLV is independant from the government Since 1998 DLV-Advisory group, a private company. Government and workers are shareholders. 5% of our total income comes from the government through projects
© DLVPagina 6 DLV-Advisory group Since 2000 five Business Units: –Plant –Animal production –Building/Construction/Equipment –Agricultural Chains –Nature/Recreation Daughter companies
© DLVPagina 7
© DLVPagina 8 Business Units became independant companies within the holding, Strategic partnership with BU Agricultural Chains and others Spread of the risks Entrepreneurship lower in the organisation
© DLVPagina 9 Business Unit Plant 160 advisors, several market groups Arable farming Vegetable farming Horticulture Flowerbulbs Fruit
© DLVPagina 10 ……..more DLV Communication DLV Facet (applied research) Project management and -acquisition
© DLVPagina 11 Each market group persons Responsible for own finances Each advisor has an individual financial task (apr $) Each advisor is responsible for contracts with farmers
© DLVPagina 12 Market situation From 100% government to 100% market income Free concurrence on projects, due to EC rules 60% individual advice 40% projects
© DLVPagina 13 DLV advisor Economic results on the short term Farm development, strategic issues From crop level to farm level
© DLVPagina 14 Role of DLV-advisor in projects Intermediate between legislator, farmers and his network Carrying out communication projects Participants mostly are the ‘early adopters’ Excursions, websites, newsletters, articles, workshops, symposia Motivation of farmers can be a problem
© DLVPagina 15 Projects BU-Plant Reduce the environmental burden of agriculture in general: –Plant protection –Mineral-management –Nature, energy and water Trade, industry and retail –Food quality and safety (Eurep-Gap, HACCP) –Tracking and tracing
© DLVPagina 16 Projects, sponsored by the government Environmental Yard Stick, based on environmental properties of pesticides BIOM (organic farming) Farming for the future (integrated farming) MLHD PC based DSS (GEWIS/Pest control)
© DLVPagina 17 Role of the projectpartners Research: development of the system on the research stations, technical and economical consequences of the environmental goals DLV: implementation of ‘state of the art technology’ at the farms Identification of possibillities and problems, regarding the environmental goals
© DLVPagina 18 Communication ‘from 80 to ’ communication activities with stakeholders –Farmers Union –Industrie –Ministery of agriculture –Excursions, presentations for farmers groups –Articles and demonstrations
© DLVPagina 19 From linear to interactive No longer top down Farmers with high education Scientific knowledge and ‘experience knowledge’of farmers is equal Mutual search for solutions Different role for advisor, not only the expert
© DLVPagina 20 Information management Until 1990 free acces to information: –Research institutes –Research stations –Exchange of information between research and extension service Governmental funding of research in agriculture
© DLVPagina 21 Information management Since 1990 more and more research paid by the industry (plant protection, fertilisation) Results not always (free) available Research institutes: – sell their results –sometimes are compettetor of DLV Strategic and applied research compete with eachother as well
© DLVPagina 22 Information management (3) Strategic research Applied research Extension service Farmers Farmers
Uitvoering door Plant BV Machineleveranciers Telers CUMELA
© DLVPagina 24 L. Lütkemeyer met zijn prototype Pneumat
© DLVPagina 25
© DLVPagina 26 Loonwerker Renze Hoekstra, St. Jacobiparochie bij teler Joute Miedema in Oude Bildtzijl
© DLVPagina 27 Loonwerker Renze Hoekstra, St. Jacobiparochie bij teler Joute Miedema in Oude Bildtzijl
© DLVPagina 28
© DLVPagina 29 Sarl Radis Fabrikant/ leverancier - Cristian Daussan - Sarl Radis Mechanisation
Integrated crop protection, some episodes from The Netherlands Frank Wijnands Wageningen University and Research Centre Netherlands.
Extension Strategy for Agricultural Sector in Bihar Dr.K.M.Singh, Director, State Agricultural Management & Extension Training Institute, Bihar Workshop.
Springfield Centre | Making markets work Rationale, issues and opportunities The M4P Approach The Making Markets Work for the Poor Approach (M4P) What.
Poverty Alleviation and Governance Governance Education Network First International Conference on Governance, Islamabad, December 2009 Arne Tesli.
1 Standardization in China Mr. Chen Gang Administrator Standardization Administration of the Peoples Republic of China.
Women and EU rural development policy EESC Open hearing 11 May 2012 Agata Zdanowicz- DG AGRI unit E4.
Belgrade, the capital of the Republic of Serbia, occupies the central position in Southeastern Europe. Located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube.
Managing the University IP Office Marta Catarino TecMinho Universidade do Minho Nairobi, the 31st March 2009 Regional Forum on the Role of Patents and.
RURAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN LATVIA Liene Feldmane Latvian Rural Advisory and Training Centre Palermo,2007.
Measuring innovation TRAINING WORKSHOP ON SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION INDICATORS Cairo, Egypt September 2009.
Commission proposal for a new LIFE Regulation ( ) Committee of the Regions 16 February 2012.
National priorities in the field of industrial research.
Development of CP Policies: Approaches and Instruments Guidelines for the CP Centres UNIDO NCPC Programme April 2002.
Monica Ibido - EARTO The Competitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme CIP.
Preparing an FP7 proposal Epaminondas Christophilopoulos, INCO & TRANSPORT NCP An A to Z guide for a successful proposal.
Middle East Unit Three Government & Economics. A nation’s type of government refers to how that state’s executive, legislative, and judicial organs.
MODULE 6 C-RESAP/CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE: SUPPORTING TOOLS AND POLICIES MODULE 6 C-RESAP/CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE: SUPPORTING TOOLS AND POLICIES.
Electric Vehicles Industrial Cluster - NPO IKEM Corp. (Business entity of EVIC) Changing the Government Agenda of EU's poorest countries using the power.
Measuring Research and Innovation in Cuban Universities Concepción Díaz Mayans, PhD. Walfredo González Rodríguez, MSc. Ministry of Higher Education.
ECONOMICS IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN ASIA STANDARD: SS7E8 The student will analyze different economic systems. a. Compare how traditional, command, market.
Role of WMO in Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Ivan Obrusník, Czech Hydrometeorological Institute Role of WMO in Natural Disaster Risk Reduction Ivan Obrusník,
Zero fatal injuries in agriculture - a commitment for Sweden ?! Peter Lundqvist PhD, Professor, Head of Department Department of Work Science, Business.
JB. Benhaiem European Commission Co-ordinator for UK Rural Programmes The new European Union Strategy for Rural Development AER Rural Development Conference.
Lifelong learning as the knowledge base for innovation: the REKNOMA project. Elio Satti address: Regione Toscana –
Yangtze River Basin Integrated Management System Thinking Yangtze River Water Conservancy Committee Liu Zhensheng CWRC China and the Netherlands "healthy.
WORKSHOP 11C09 Innovative Environmental Policies and Solutions in the Regions Organiser: Green Innovation in Action Support of organic farming by adoption.
Exit Strategies: How to Ensure Sustainability of Impact after Program Exit Beatrice Lorge Rogers Research Team: Jennifer Coates Katie Houk, Elizabeth Kegode,
Project funded by The European Union Government of the Republic of Serbia European Integration Office All presentations are available on the PPF5 website:
1 The Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides Background, agenda and contents Sofia Parente, PAN Europe
KUJPOMRIS KUJAWY-POMORZE REGIONAL INNOVATION STRATEGY UNTIL THE YEAR 2015 Dr Krzysztof Chmara KUJPOMRIS Project Manager University of Technology and Life.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.