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For the development of sustainable farming systems, people from all over the world need data. However, specific details on animal production in certain parts of the world are either lacking, inaccessible or outdated. The Circular Food Systems (CiFoS) project at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) has decided to take the lead in making this data available for everyone by collecting it through an easily accessible online survey. The goal is to develop a global database that becomes an open resource for researchers, policymakers, farmers, businesses and anyone who is interested in the future of animal production. The project is realized in close collaboration with researchers from World Bank, CSIRO (Australia) and other international partners.