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Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (VH)

The VH faculty's mission is to conduct high-quality academic research and teaching in the field of veterinary medicine and animal science. We are engaged in most aspects of the life and welfare of domestic animals.


There are 363 pages tagged with VH Faculty:

VH's docent lectures are now on film

The VH faculty held docent lectures from the turn of November–December. They are now available three weeks ahead from December 5. There were five lectures, two of which were given in Swedish. Here is

About NJV

The department is organised jointly between the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (VH) and the Faculty of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences (NJ). Research and education are

Education

The Swedish Livestock Research Centre offers housing for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. All the undergraduate and graduate students at the faculty will

Research

The Swedish Livestock Research Centre is an important facility for research and teaching. The facility includes dairy cattle, pigs and poultry. Current research projects Completed research projects

Worth knowing in Uppsala

The events consist of short lectures about SLU research. The university’s research dares to question established knowledge and aims to solve real problems for a living world. Everyone is welcome. The

Dissertation: Streptococcus suis – presence, identification and characteristics of the bacterium in Swedish pigs

Streptococcus suis – presence, identification and characteristics of the bacterium in Swedish pigs sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Anna Werinder defends her thesis: Streptococcus suis – presence,

Dissertation: Horse stables in the 21st century – aspects of management, behaviour and health

Horse stables in the 21st century – aspects of management, behaviour and health sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Linda Kjellberg defends her thesis: Horse stables in the 21st century – aspects of

Dissertation Lena Skånberg: Preparing for life - effects of the early environment on adaptability in laying hens

Preparing for life - effects of the early environment on adaptability in laying hens sofia.webering.ekberg@slu.se Lena Skånberg defends her thesis: Preparing for life - effects of the early

GS-VMAS Course organiser guide

What do you as a course organiser need to do before/after the course? Who to address in different matters? Who handles what? Here is a guide to what you need to know. (för guide på svenska, byt språk

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

Department of Animal Environment and Health

Department of Animal Environment and Health The aim of the department... Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, Department of Animal Environment and Health, Skara ...is to increase

Website of EURCAW- Ruminants & Equines launched

The European Reference Centre for animal welfare for ruminants and equines, EURCAW-RE, has launched its website. The Centre is coordinated by SLU/SCAW and the work is performed together with several

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