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EFFAB & FABRE TP members gathered in Évora, Portugal, over the 3rd and 4th of May for the Annual General Meeting 2022. We had the opportunity to discuss new technologies and their relationship with social sciences, the research priorities for animal breeding and reproduction, crisis preparedness and food security, as well as, the ongoing initiatives at animal welfare level and the revision of Code EFABAR for 2023.
breeders talk green
The aim of the #BreedersTalkGreenseries is to engage members, stakeholders, policymakers and other actors in and related to the animal breeding, reproduction sector and new technologies. The series focuses on sustainability and other relevant topics in the context of the EU Green Deal and food security challenges.
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