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Research projects - poultry

Poultry and PIg Low-input and Organic production systems’ Welfare

The PPILOW project aims to co-construct through a multi-actor approach solutions to improve the welfare of poultry and pigs reared in organic and low-input outdoor farming systems. 

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Project partner:  Sanna Steenfeldt
 
Institution(s): Department of Animal Science, 
Aarhus University

Project period: 2019-2024   

OK-net EcoFeed

OK-Net EcoFeed aims at helping organic pig and poultry farmers in achieving the goal of 100% use of organic and regional feed.

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Project partner:  Sanna Steenfeldt
 
Institution(s): Department of Animal Science, 
Aarhus University

Project period: 2018-2020   

FreeBirds (CORE organic Cofund)

The aim is to develop successful husbandry practices in organic poultry production in order to make the chickens spend more time outdoors, in accordance with the intentions of organic farming.

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Project participant: Anja Brinch Riber
 
Institution (s): Department of Animal Science, 
Aarhus University

Project period: 2018-2021     

VetBioNet

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Project participant: Tina Sørensen Dalgaard 

Project period: 2017-2021



Glyphosate treatment of crops: a sustainable strategy?

 

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Project leader: Martin Tang Sørensen

Project period:
 2017-2020  



Greening of organic egg production

 

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Project leader: Sanna Steenfeldt

Project period: 2017-2020 



 

SYN-CARB -

Synthetic carbohydrate with broad targeting of avian C-type lectin receptors as a novem tool for sustainable control of pathogens with zoonotic potential.

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Environmental enrichment for broilers and broiler breeders

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Project leader: Tina Sørensen Dalgaard 



Project period: 2017-2019


Project participant:  Riber, Anja Brinch   

 



FEED-A-GENE: ways to increase the efficiency and sustainability of pig and poultry production

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Project participant: Knudsen, Knud Erik Bach 

Projektperiode: 2015-2020