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INRA conference at SPACE on the CASDAR REPROSCOPE project

INRA conference at SPACE on the CASDAR REPROSCOPE project

The aim of the CASDAR REPROSCOPE project is to develop tools (observatory of bovine reproductive performance and techno-economic awareness-raising...
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Reconciling greening and livestock competitiveness

Responses to the expectations of players in the livestock sector, consumers and citizens are already being built or tested... through research work...
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Reducing the use of antibiotics in pig farming .

... without impacting performance
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Reduction in the use of antibiotics in pig farming

Strategies proposed by the European project MINAPIG.
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Conference ModAH 2017 – Modelling in Animal Health

Conference ModAH 2017 – Modelling in Animal Health

Around a hundred researchers at the closing international conference of the MIHMES project in Nantes from 14 to 16 June 2017.
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Cows, milk and omega-3

The extruded linseed improves the fine composition of the milk without altering the performance of the cow.
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Ticks, Lyme disease and other tick diseases

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Worm-killing practices

Rationalize the use of parasiticides by identifying the profile of cows to be treated selectively.
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Xenobio-TICK [Institut Carnot France Futur Elevage]

Sequencing the transcriptome of ticks for the development of new acaricides
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