Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems
Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems

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Alternative feed ingredients and real-time characterisation

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 6. Knud-Erik Bach Knudsen (Aarhus University) talks about the work done in the Feed-a-Gene project about alternative feed ingredients and technologies, including green protein obtained from grass, processed European-grown soybean meal and improved rapeseed meal. Feed-a-Gene / SAPHIR session: Novel tools for healthier and efficient livestock: from research to application, 14 November 2018 at EuroTier, Hanover, Germany

Uploaded 23/05/19
New animal traits for innovative feeding and breeding strategies

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 5 Alfons Jansman (Wageningen Livestock Research) talks about the new traits related to feed efficiency that have been studied in the Feed-a-Gene project. Feed-a-Gene / SAPHIR session: Novel tools for healthier and efficient livestock: from research to application, 14 November 2018 at EuroTier, Hanover, Germany

Uploaded 22/05/19
The benefits of precision feeding for poultry

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 7. Maxime Quentin (INZO) talks about the potential benefits of precision feeding in poultry. The Feed-a-Gene project is currently developing precision feeding systems for poultry production.

Uploaded 22/05/19
Novel tools for efficient livestock in the Feed-a-Gene project

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 4. Valérie Heuzé (Association française de zootechnie) talks about the work done in the Feed-a-Gene project.
Feed-a-Gene / SAPHIR session: Novel tools for healthier and efficient livestock: from research to application, 14 November 2018 at EuroTier, Hanover, Germany

Uploaded 21/05/19
New traits related to feed efficiency

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 3. Alfons Jansman (Wageningen Livestock Research) talks about the new traits related to feed efficiency that have been studied in the Feed-a-Gene project. These traits will be used to improve feeding techniques and genetic selection schemes in monogastric livestock. Feed-a-Gene / SAPHIR session: Novel tools for healthier and efficient livestock: from research to application, 14 November 2018 at EuroTier, Hanover, Germany

Uploaded 20/05/19
Alternative feed ingredients and technologies for improved nutritive value of feed

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 2. Knud-Erik Bach Knudsen (Aarhus University) talks about the work done in the Feed-a-Gene project about alternative feed ingredients and technologies, including green protein obtained from grass, processed European-grown soybean meal and improved rapeseed meal.
Feed-a-Gene / SAPHIR session: Novel tools for healthier and efficient livestock: from research to application, 14 November 2018 at EuroTier, Hanover, Germany

Uploaded 19/05/19
SPACE 2018 A tool for driving the precision feeding of growing pigs, SPACE 2018 Un outil de pilotage pour l'alimentation de précision des porcs charcutiers

Feed-a-Gene Season 3 - Episode 1. Interview of Ludovic Brossard (INRA) by INRA Bretagne-Normandie. Ludovic Brossard presents the precision feeding system developed in the Feed-a-Gene projet.

Uploaded 13/05/19
Innovations for sustainable animal nutrition

Communication by Leo den Hartog, Trouw Nutrition
Feed-a-Gene/SAPHIR session "Multidisciplinary approaches for improving sustainable livestock production: research needs, opportunities and difficulties" held on 30 August 2018 at the 69th EAAP meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Chair: Jaap van Milgen, INRA, Feed-a-Gene project coordinator & Marie-Hélène Pinard-van der Laan, INRA, SAPHIR deputy coordinator

Uploaded 09/01/19
Panel discussion 1: opportunities and difficulties in multi-disciplinary and multi-actor research

Panel discussion: research needs, opportunities and difficulties
Feed-a-Gene/SAPHIR session "Multidisciplinary approaches for improving sustainable livestock production: research needs, opportunities and difficulties" held on 30 August 2018 at the 69th EAAP meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Chair: Jaap van Milgen, INRA, Feed-a-Gene project coordinator & Marie-Hélène Pinard-van der Laan, INRA, SAPHIR deputy coordinator

Uploaded 09/01/19
Panel discussion 2: user needs and applications

Feed-a-Gene/SAPHIR session "Multidisciplinary approaches for improving sustainable livestock production: research needs, opportunities and difficulties" held on 30 August 2018 at the 69th EAAP meeting in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
Chair: Jaap van Milgen, INRA, Feed-a-Gene project coordinator & Marie-Hélène Pinard-van der Laan, INRA, SAPHIR deputy coordinator
Participants: Leo den Hartog (Trouw Nutrition), Jean-Christophe Audonnet (Boehringer Ingelhem), Pieter Knap (Genus plc), Katrijn Peeters (Hendrix Genetics), Stefano Messori (World Organisation for Animal Health)

Uploaded 09/01/19

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