PROHEALTH aims at improving competitiveness and sustainability of modern pig and poultry farming in Europe.

Production diseases compromise health and welfare of pigs and poultry, generating inefficiencies which reduce profitability and product quality, and increase environmental footprint and antibiotic use. 

The PROHEALTH project will develop an understanding of the multi-factorial dimension of animal pathologies linked to the intensification of production and use this to develop, evaluate and disseminate effective control strategies to reduce impact. Find out more here

We have 22 partners from around Europe. Find out more about our partners here

Knowledge Centre

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    Read more about "impact of egg disinfection" or "Vertical transmission of E. coli" at the PROHEALTH Knowledge Centre

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    RT @Jarkko_Niemi: Beth Clark presenting @fp7_PROHEALTH results on how consumers view production diseases and their control, at NJF seminar…

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    RT @Jarkko_Niemi: Fattening pig producers can benefit economically from following good hygienic practices. @fp7_PROHEALTH NJF 500th seminar


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