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ICROFS wishes Ilse Ankjær Rasmussen all the best for her future retirement, and would like to thank her for a rewarding cooperation as well as for the important inputs and knowledge contributions during the years at both national and international levels.
Two new organic projects at Aarhus University, Foulum focus on sustainable slaughter pig production with 100% locally produced feed as well as meat quality and shelf life.
The European SusCrop consortium will host a European seminar on 10th to 12th of May 2022. The seminar takes place at Aarhus University, Denmark.
During three years, the Organic RDD 4 project ShelterFish has been addressing the main challenges for the future development of organic trout production, i.e. the parasitic disease “costiasis” and the bacterial disease Red Mark Syndrome (RMS).
Research shows that lower protein content in feed for gestating sows can lead to heavier piglets
The digital platform 'EU FarmBook' has been developed to test a big idea: Can all of the tangible outputs of EU-funded research and innovation projects be brought together and organized in one user-friendly platform to help get practical knowledge into the hands of the farmers, foresters and advisors across Europe who need it most?
Have you ever wondered how it is possible that search engines like Google are able to trace so many webpages on your subject in such a short time? The answer involves metadata.
The organic production is near the limit for how much area can be cultivated organically, due to an increasing shortage of nutrients. Hence, difficult choices in regard fertilization strategies that might alienate consumers need to be investigated.
A new conference paper from EUREKA explains the process of creating a sustainable data model for the EU FarmBook – a knowledge database that gathers all research results from EU projects related to agriculture, forestry and rural development.
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