Developing new breeding strategies to help Ruminants to adapt to climatic changes
RUMIGEN aims at improving bovine genomic selection using of three levers
RUMIGEN, coordinated by INRAE, involves 18 partners in 7 Member states plus Norway and United Kingdom
On the 1st – 2nd of September the Danish Board of Technology and Wageningen University held a joint workshop in Copenhagen, which brought together 18 stakeholders and RUMIGEN partners, representing farmers, breeders, consumers, animal welfare advocates, researchers, and ethicists.
📣RUMIGEN joint workshop!🧑🏫 On the 1st – 2nd of September the @teknologiraadet and @WUR held a joint #workshop in Copenhagen 🇩🇰 Read the report of the workshop here👇 https://t.co/c0JIMPBWsoRead More
🍋Use of citrus by-products in ruminant feeding🍊 #Citrus fruit residue comprised of peel, pulp, rag, and seeds could be used either individually or in various combinations as alternative #feeds for #ruminants. Read the article here👇Read More