In September last year some 180 researchers and farmers attended the first international conference on biodynamic research held in Switzerland. Nearly 100 papers and posters were presented giving an overview of wide range of current research in biodynamics.
From studies which indicate that the biodynamic method binds higher amounts of carbon in the soil than other types of agriculture, so contributing to climate protection, to proposals for mother-bonded calf rearing in dairy farming for animal welfare.
Abstracts from all the papers and posters are now available in the published Conference Report of the proceedings.
Click here for a copy of the Research Conference Report. (this is a 3meg download)