Agrarforschung Schweiz publishes topical scientific articles of the project partners on a variety of Agricultural and Food Economics subjects. It is an open access publication of Agroscope, AGRIDEA the centre for agricultural advisory and extension services, the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL and the School of Agricultural, Forestry and Food Sciences HAFL.

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Project partners


Logo Agroscope

Agroscope is the Swiss centre of excellence for agricultural research, and is affiliated with the Federal Office for Agriculture (FOAG). Agroscope makes an important contribution to a sustainable agriculture and food sector as well as to an intact environment, thereby contributing to an improved quality of life.




As an independent knowledge hub, AGRIDEA has been proactive towards sustainable, down-to-earth solutions in the Swiss agricultural and food industry since 1958. The association uses its expertise in agronomy and methodology to realize courses, projects, publications and software in strong partnerships.


The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL)

The Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) is one of the world’s leading research and information centres for organic agriculture. The close links between different fields of research and the rapid transfer of knowledge from research to advisory work and agricultural practice are FiBL’s strengths.


School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences HAFL

The School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences (BFH-HAFL) in Zollikofen brings together humans, nature and technology for sustainable development. As a specialised higher-education institution affiliated to Bern University of Applied Sciences (BFH), it produces and imparts knowledge for today’s and tomorrow’s world. Its BSc and MSc degree programmes in agricultural, forest and food sciences provide a future-oriented, practical education and prepare students optimally for the professional world. In collaboration with partners, BFH-HAFL develops holistic solutions for current problems and future challenges such as sustainable nutrition and resource use.


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Swiss Agricultural Research: ISSN 2813-317X