Understand the relationship between intrinsic quality & husbandry in goat & poultry production systems

The study will cover 3 different production lines for the poultry industry. For each line, 2 different husbandry systems will be investigated. For the goats industry, one production line (milk production) will be investigated, focusing on breeds with: 1) High and 2) Medium milk production potential. For each breed, 2 different husbandry systems will be studied.

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Study future challenges of goat and poultry industry and suggest relevant modifications and alternative business models & ecosystem management practices. Increase the added value of products

We will explore future challenges in existing farming systems and the accompanying value chains. We will also establish an inventory of contemporary and new business models to address these future challenges. The results of the analysis will be used to develop new business models that fit sustainable, consumer-demand-compatible business.

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Develop novel tools/methods for product quality assessments along the value chain, as well as for animal behaviour, health and stress analysis

Novel technology tools will be developed and used to support the implementation of the study, but also to facilitate beyond-project product lifecycle and animal welfare monitoring

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Develop a Product Intelligent Analytics Platform for quality monitoring and management of goat and poultry products

To get rich insight from the collected data on products’ quality, related to animal welfare, husbandry systems and productivity indexes. It will facilitate data gathering, visualization and analysis.

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Project kick-off

The Code: Re-farm project kick-off meeting was organised by CyRIC in May 2021

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Article about the project

An article about the project published in an important local news magazine

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Code: Re-farm in Smart Farming Conference

Join us on the 1st of October in the Smart Farming Conference (online)!

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Code:Re-farm in the clustering meeting on livestock projects!

We participated in the clustering meeting with other livestock projects, organised by REA and DG AGRI

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Leaflet #1

The first Code:Re-farm leaflet created by the Agricultural University of Athens!

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Affiliated action

Meeting with affiliated projects

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Consortium Meeting

Month 6 Consortium Meeting

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09-10 June, 2022

Consortium Meeting in Barneveld, Netherlands

Thank you to our partners AERES for hosting us in their Barneveld Campus for the first day of the 2-day Code:Re-farm consortium meeting.

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Affiliated Projects

Husbandry for quality and sustainability

Topic: FNR-05-2020

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101000216