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A CONSORTIUM led by Newcastle University has been awarded e11.9 million (more than £10 million) by the European Union to identify new solutions to reconcile modern pig and poultry production systems with sustainability. The university says that the grant is the largest ever made by the EU in the field of animal health.
The PROHEALTH (Production Health – sustainable intensive pig and poultry production) consortium is made up of 22 academic, industry and private enterprise organisations from 11 countries. The various partners have expertise in veterinary science and epidemiology, animal physiology …
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