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Project list - pigs

Research projects - pigs

PigParadigm - reduction of overall antimicrobial resistance

PigParadigm - reduction of overall antimicrobial resistance

Preventing Infection in the Gut of developing Piglets – and thus Antimicrobial Resistance – by disentAngling the interface of DIet, the host and the Gastrointestinal Microbiome

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Projectleader: Charlotte Lauridsen

Projectperiod: 2022-2026

Winter Feeding of Organic Sows - WIFI

 WI-FI addresses these challenges by focusing on sow nutrition to
develop winter feeding strategies. The project provides new scientific
knowledge on
1) Energy and protein requirements of outdoor sows fed two levels of dietary protein
2) Intake and utilisations of two roughage types and how these interact with sow body condition, reproduction and litter performance.  

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Project leader:  Maria Eskildsen
Institution(s): Department of Animal and Veterinary Sciences and Department of Agroecology
Aarhus University, SEGES, Vestjyllands Andel.

Project period: 2020-2023   

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