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PhD student Wenji Wang from Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences will have his defence on Friday 25 Nomember 2022 at 10.00 in the auditorium at Research Centre Foulum, AU Viborg.
The No Methane project led by professor Mette Olaf Nielsen from the Department of Animal- and Veterinary Sciences at Aarhus University and the product X, are shortlisted for “Visionary and Pioneering Concepts” at EuroTier - being held in Hannover, Germany, 15.-18. November 2022.
By keeping your dairy herd healthy and preventing disease, it will reduce CO2 emissions and increase revenue. According to professor Søren Østergaard, research project manager, many farmers underestimate the consequences of disease in their herd, thereby losing the value of preventing ailments such as mastitis and hoof disorders.
Based on large scale studies using novel methods of recording pain and stress in young piglets, researchers at Aarhus University (AU) have obtained new knowledge on how to handle local anesthesia of piglets at castration.
A group of the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration’s collaborators in Vietnam has visited AU Viborg – Research Centre Foulum.
Experts from all over the world will attend the summit to discuss, share and learn more about how health, nutrition and management can improve the…