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Animal science

Animal science includes the anatomy, fysiology, behavoiur, breeding, feeding and management of animals that are under the control of humankind. The animals studied are livestock species and also companion animals like dogs and cats, and many exotic species. 


There are 89 pages tagged with Animal and dairy science:

NordCAW seminar 2022

NordCAW seminar 2022 elin.spangenberg@slu.se This years NordCAW seminar will be held on November 30, in Tartu Estland. The theme for the seminar is “Animal welfare conflicts, aims and challenges

Cecilia Hagberg

cecilia.hagberg@slu.se I'm pursuing an industrial PhD at the Department of Animal Environment and Health. I'm studying different measures in the indoor envrionment to improve ambient air and climate

The role of animal livestock in a circular food production system

A sustainable diet requires changes in our production system. What should we eat? Some diets are better from a health perspective than from a circularity perspective and vice versa. Recent research

Melania Angellotti

melania.angellotti@slu.se PhD student at the Department of Animal Nutrition and Management,working on the Project "Algae as a feed additive for reduced methane production in dairy cows". The aim

Claire Wegner

claire.wegner@slu.se PhD student at the Department of Animal Nutrition and Management. Currently studying welfare, sustainability and profitability in dairy management systems where cows and calves

Jean Pierre Mpatswenumugabo

jean.pierre.mpatswenumugabo@slu.se I am a PhD student in the Clinical Sciences Department since Feb, 2020- My research interests are mainly on Biosecurity and farm management. My main focuses are

Reindeer husbandry and forestry

Reindeer husbandry and forestry: Challenges and opportunities for shared land use teresia.borgman@slu.se STUDENT SEMINAR. There is an alarming reduction in winter pastures and in the amount of

Edenio Detmann

edenio.detmann@slu.se Higher education qualifications Ph.D., Animal Science/Ruminant Nutrition. Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil, 2002. M.S., Animal Science/Ruminant Nutrition. Federal

Dannylo Sousa

dannylo.sousa@slu.se Veterinarian with interest in Animal Nutrition and Forage Quality, Conservation and Utilization. Researcher. Department of Animal Environment and Health. Swedish University of

Karin Alvåsen

karin.alvasen@slu.se Researcher at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences, Department of Clinical Sciences. I work as a researcher at the Unit for Veterinary Epidemiology where I

Agnes Ortman

agnes.ortman@slu.se PhD student in economics involved in a project investigating the link between farm animal health and welfare and the economic outcomes at dairy farms. The project aims to

Lethal disorder linked to mobility in horses

In horse breeding, selection for mobility may have increased the proportion of carriers for the lethal disease Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome (WFFS). Foals carrying two copies of the WFFS gene

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