what’s for the future ?
Stress from the animal's side
Taste, odour & pleasure
By 2050, the world’s population is expected to reach 9 billion. It is estimated that 60% more food will be needed, including the part related
The health crisis linked to COVID-19 has consequences on milk prices. With a drop in consumption and exports, the situation in the dairy industry is
The active ingredients and substances from nature that can be used in animal production are complex and numerous: essential oils, oleoresins, plant extracts, natural or
Heat stress occurs when an animal is no longer able to eliminate excess body heat naturally. Under these conditions, the risk of acidosis increases. Is
Current farming practices are increasingly conducive to animal welfare, but they still lead to a number of hazards that are poorly perceived by animals. This
Meat quality depends on several criteria including the level of stress to which the animal has been subjected. How is the “meat quality” of pork
The primary objective of livestock farming will always remain to produce enough to feed the population. Facing this global demand, livestock farming must nowadays assume
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) provides a definition of animal welfare that is now used as a reference. It is based on the
Used for decades in animal feed, flavours have a strongly associated marketing image. But is their role limited to seducing the noses of our breeders?
After the withdrawal of growth-promoting antibiotics in 2006, anticoccidial drugs are the next target of health authorities. However, in the absence of sufficiently effective alternative
Animal welfare is a complex concept because it has several dimensions: ethical, societal, scientific, cultural, political and economic. The term animal welfare has recently come
Stress, oxidative stress, heat stress, the word stress is a catch-all and it is sometimes difficult to know what we really mean when we use