Swine

Swine

Swine

Research initiatives

You will find below the research initiatives supported by Sanba on swine-related topics.

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[Project] : Pig welfare and Immune Programming: determination and exploration of metabolic and epigenetic mechanisms
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[Project] : This project will produce knowledge on the institutional conditions for the coexistence or hybridisation of animal health and welfare. It will also provide a basis for future-oriented thinking on interdisciplinary research in the animal sciences and the humanities and social sciences, and more broadly on the future of livestock farming in our societies up to 2050
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[Consortium] : Technological advances have greatly increased the potential to collect livestock data automatically and at high frequency, at different scales and ever-lower costs
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[Consortium] :The influence of environmental events experienced at an early age on the development of an individual's well-being and health is no longer to be ignored in livestock species. The mother's nutritional status, pre- and post-natal stress, mother's milk, solid food and its nature, the microbiota and social experience are all factors that shape the individual with more or less long-term effects.
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[Consortium] :New agro-ecological practices will significantly alter farming methods and lead to more rational use of medicinal and phytosanitary inputs, conditions which could potentially affect the health and well-being of the animals. Under these conditions, pro- and antioxidant mechanisms are central to the adaptation of animals to their environment.
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[Projet] : In animal husbandry, the term "weaning" is associated with the end of milk intake, and generally takes place at 21 or 28 days of age in conventional pig farming.
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[Project] : The PrenatOdor project aims to generate knowledge on the effectiveness of a strategy based on prenatal olfactory enrichment to improve animal health and welfare in livestock farming, using a multi-disciplinary approach combining ethology, immunology and epigenetics.
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[PhD project]. Financing : 50% INRAE (MP-SANBA), 50% Région Pays de la Loire. PhD student : Solenn GAVAUD
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[Consortium] : les compromis ont toujours été au cœur des décisions pour la construction et la gestion des systèmes d’élevage. Toutefois la santé et le bien-être des animaux ne sont pas systématiquement ou clairement identifiés comme facteurs pris en compte dans l’établissement de ces compromis. Dans le cadre de ce consortium, nous nous intéressons particulièrement aux effets de placer la santé et le bien-être comme une performance clé dans la conception des systèmes d’élevage, dans la construction de nouveaux compromis et à l’évolution des compromis existants.
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[PhD project]. Financing : 100% INRAE (MP-SANBA). PhD student : Anissa JAHOUI

Modification date : 01 August 2023 | Publication date : 19 April 2021 | Redactor : Com