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PPILOW Final Conference, registrations are open!

The PPILOW final conference will take place at the AfricaMuseum in Tervuren (Brussels) on 11th and 12th June 2024! Deadline registration: in presence: 26 May 2024 online: 6 June 2024 More information and registration here!

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AIAB Technical day!

On Tuesday 16th April, AIAB organised the PPILOW Technical Day dedicated to organic pig farming at the Casa Caponetti farm in Tuscania (Italy). The meeting opened with a presentation of the PPILOW project, the experiments conducted in the various partner countries and the self-assessment app of animal welfare PIGLOW. Stefano Chellini, agronomist and vice-president of […]

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A PPILOW survey on biosecurity measures in EU organic, extensive and small-scale pig and poultry farms!

Veterinarians Without Borders, Thünen Institute and Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity, are launching a study in seven European countries involved in the H2020 PPILOW project (France, Germany, Denmark, Romania, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy). An online questionnaire will be used to collect data on farmers, veterinarians and advisors’ perceptions and practices related to biosecurity in […]

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The 9th PPILOW newsletter is now available!

Enjoy your reading here! For receiving the future issues please sign up here.  

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Coming and past events

List of the upcoming and past events with PPILOW project partners attendance.

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New people in the PPILOW project: Marine Perard, Koen Riep, Jeroen Imholz

Marine Perard (INRAE, Assistant coordinator) –  Koen Riep (Master student at Utrecht University) – Jeroen Imholz (Master student at Utrecht University)

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Webinar on on-farm hatching

Hatching chicks directly on the farm is a concept that respects animal welfare and is gaining ground in Europe.

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PPILOW stakeholder workshop examined business opportunities

When pig and poultry farmers are considering to improve animal welfare, it is essential that the planned improvements are economically viable.

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Great success for the webinar on non-castrated male pigs in France!

On the 11th of March, a webinar on rearing non-castrated male pigs and valorizing the meat from boar-tainted carcasses was organized in France in collaboration with the European project PPILOW and the French project FARINELLI.

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PPILOW poster by Helen Pluschke awarded prize!

Helen Pluschke received the prize for pioneering research for her PPILOW-Poster on dual-purpose poultry presented at the 17th Scientific Conference on Organic Farming in Giessen, Germany.

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