ALBC

AcronymDefinition
ALBCAmerican Livestock Breeds Conservancy
ALBCAbraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission
ALBCAndrew Luck Book Club (Indianapolis, IN)
ALBCAbundant Life Baptist Church (various locations)
ALBCAssociate of the London Bible College (London, England, UK)
ALBCAntibiotic-Loaded Bone Cement (orthopedic surgery)
ALBCAssociation of Louisiana Bass Clubs (est. 1970)
ALBCAutomated Liquid-Based Cytology (medical testing)
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In 2008, the ALBC conducted a blind taste test of industrial and heritage turkeys.
Steven Moise, ALBC's Research & Technical Program director, said the work being done at facilities such as Berlin Farms is important and the farm's website includes the following statement by ALBC Executive Director Charles R.
The impetus for the most recent germplasm collection was concern about the genetic heritage of the Hog Island sheep, says Don Bixby, ALBC's technical program manager.
The ALBC maintains a conservation priority list of over 150 different breeds based on genetic and numerical parameters.
Donald Bixby, executive director of the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC), states that "our foremost concern now is the extreme erosion of genetic diversity within these species."
Dairy cows aren't the only livestock whose genetic diversity is waning rapidly, Of 15 breeds of swine raised in this country just 50 years ago, 8 are now extinct and most of the remaining purebred types are seriously imperiled, according to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC) in Pittsboro, N.C.
The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC) maintains a Conservation Priority List that includes nearly 200 rare and endangered breeds of poultry and livestock.
The ALBC is a national, nonprofit organization focused on the preservation of endangered breeds of livestock and poultry.
On the Web Meet nine rare breeds of American livestock at the top of the ALBC'S watch list.