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Department of Animal Nutrition and Management

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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

DT Caroline Kawira

East Africa is currently facing its worst famine in decades and over 50 million people are affected. The drought-affected areas are worst hit and this is where the SLU-led project Drylands Transform

Pekka Huhtanen retirement seminar

Pekka Huhtanen retirement seminar johanna.wallsten@slu.se Welcome to a day where we look back on Pekka Huhtanen's career as a scientist. Pekka Huhtanen has had a long academic career within the

Department of Animal Nutrition and Management

The Department conducts research and teaching about nutrition and management of several animal species such as cattle, pigs, poultry, reindeer, fish, horses and dogs.

Ley crops to pigs

Do pigs need access to forage? How are they affected by eating forage and what are the benefits? In this video, the researchers talk about their work investigating and evaluating whether grass and

Sustainable aquatic feeds for resilient aquatic food systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

SLU is the academic partner in a collaborative WorldFish project in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will run until 2027 and aims to increase the income and improve food security of 5,000 smallholder

Inauguration of the new milk vending machine

Milk for sale! Vice-chancellor Maria Wedel has inaugurated the new milk vending machine on SLU's campus in Ultuna. Formas, Beijerstiftelsen and Stiftelsen Seydlitz MP bolagen support an ongoing

Björnen lockas av renar på fjället

Den skandinaviska brunbjörnen tillbringar normalt lite tid i fjällen, men begär efter renkött kan få björnar att ta sig ut ur skogen och upp på fjället. Forskare från SLU och Norsk institut för

KV - Small dairy herds are needed in a sustainable Swedish food production

In this three year long project, “The role of small-scale dairy cattle production in a sustainable and robust Swedish food supply”, we will map small-scale dairy herds in Sweden, and identify

Drylands Josefine Krueger

When doing my master’s degree in Global Studies at University of Gothenburg, I attended a course on adaptation to climate change organized by Per Knutsson who is one of the social scientists in the

Drylands Theresa Sänger

Last year, I took a course lectured by Per Knutson and, in the context of this, got to know about the Drylands Transform Project. The project with its different objectives and interdisciplinary

5 tons of green fish in the counter

Eco-friendly gourmet fish are developed in collaboration between researchers, chefs and industry. Demand for seafood is steadily increasing, while at the same time 93% of the world's commercial fish