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Department of Animal Nutrition and Management


Det finns 205 sidor som är taggade med Department of Animal Nutrition and Management:

Increased utilization of ley crops in feed for organic pigs

Feeding strategies and influence of dietary inclusion of grass/clover silage on production, fertility, N-emission and pig behaviour Ley crops can to some extent replace other protein sources for pigs

HUV Managing forage shortage crises with forest by-products

The aim of the project is to provide solutions for using unprocessed or nutritionally upgraded forest by-products as ruminant feed during forage shortage crises. The 2018 dry spell in Sweden

Indilact II

The aim of this project is to develop and test decision support tools to identify multiparous cows that benefit from an extended lactation length. Furthermore, the goal is to use these tools to adapt

HUV Improved calf performance in small-scale dairy production in Southern Vietnam

Dairy production is rather new in Vietnam with 50 years of dairy development, but the major development can be seen from 2001. The demand on dairy products in Vietnam is increasing and the population

HUV Goat production in Lao PDR

The production and consumption of goat meat is rapidly increasing in Laos. A traditional way of keeping goats is to have them indoors and let them out to find their own feed. This results in a low

Half-time seminar Malin Boyner

Half-time seminar Malin Boyner

Half-time seminar with Malin Boyner marie.liljeholm@slu.se Tanngrisner, VHC, 5th floor Uppsala mnbo0003

Half-time seminar Malin Boyner

Half-time seminar Malin Boyner

Half-time seminar with Malin Boyner marie.liljeholm@slu.se Tanngrisner, VHC, 5th floor Uppsala mnbo0003

Microbial protein as replacement for fish meal in diet to tilapia

The aim of the project is to evaluate and compare the ability of using distilled brewer's yeast to replace fish based protein meal in diets to the fresh water fish, red tilapia and the giant

New feedstuffs to cultured Tilapia in Tanzania

The aim of this project is to find good quality domestic feed materials to reduce dependence on fishmeal and soya in feed for cultivated Tilapia. The results of this PhD student project will give

Sustainable fish farming in Rwanda

The purpose with this project is to contribute to food security through sustainable Tilapia production in Rwanda with locally available resources. Aquaculture is recent in Rwanda dates 1950s, fish

Alternative feed to fish - Bioactive components effect on metabolism and the gut micro flora

The aim of this PhD project is to gain a better understanding of how feeding of dietary supplements, derived from new and sustainable sources, affect nutrient uptake, metabolism and gene expression

Baltic Blue Growth

Baltic Blue Growth is an Interreg project that aims to tackle Baltic Sea eutrophication through establishing operational mussel farms and securing viable solutions for the produced mussels. Six farms

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