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Next milestone for the "barn of the future“

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Application to build the "barn of the future" approved by the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food

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Piglets and new research projects in the Dummerstorf eco-stable

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Direct comparison of husbandry systems

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Excellent research: Dr Charlotte Goursot receives the Research Award of the International Society of Livestock Husbandry

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The International Society of Livestock Husbandry (IGN) awards the annual research prize for outstanding scientific achievements in promoting animal…

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New findings fuel debate on methane production in agriculture

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Study by British, Norwegian and New Zealand researchers develops new assessment formula

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FBN colloquium "#OpenFBN - Elektronische Laborbücher"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "#OpenFBN - Elektronische Laborbücher" on 17.01.2022.

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Tracking stress in the stable

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Dummerstorf researchers test biomarkers for long-term stress

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New approaches for improved husbandry conditions thanks to cognition research

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A summary of the results of the international symposium on farm animal cognition held on March 25 and 26 has now been published in a new issue of IGN…

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FBN colloquium "Targeting the strenghts of successful antimicrobial-resistant pathogens to develop novel therapeutics in animals and humans"

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A colloquium will be held on the topic "Targeting the strenghts of successful antimicrobial-resistant pathogens to develop novel therapeutics in…

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Protecting the environment and resources through optimal phosphorus utilisation

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DFG extends joint research project “P-FOWL” of the University of Hohenheim and the FBN by three years

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Information on funding opportunities in Horizon Europe, Cluster 6 - Livestock Research Area

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On 24. 11. 2021 an online information event on funding opportunities in Horizon Europe, Cluster 6, in the field of farm animal research will take…

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