Media Articles

PROHEALTH appearance in Pig Progress

Vivi Aarestrup Moustsen of the Danish Pig Research Centre gives an overview about her work in PROHEALTH and shares her personal experiences of being involved in such a large research project in the form of an Expert Opinion article in Pig Progress. Read the full ...

By: Vivi Aarestrup Moustsen
December 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

Interview with PROHEALTH researcher Beth Clark appears in Pig Health Today

Pig Health Today published a video interview with PROHEALTH researcher Beth Clark of Newcastle University. The interview was recorded by Meghan Feeks at the occasion of the EAAP 2018 conference.Link to original Pig Health Today page:https://pighealthtoday.com/communication-key-to-consumer-acceptance-of-modern-pig-production/Video on PROHEALTH website:https://fp7-prohealth.eu/knowledge-platform/featured-videos/beth-clark-newcastle-university/

By: Beth Clark, Meghan Feeks
November 29th, 2018|0 Comments

PROHEALTH featured in EAAP newsletter

PROHEALTH project Final Conference PROHEALTH is the largest European animal health project ever funded to help combat production diseases of pigs and poultry. Intensification of farming increases the risk and susceptibility of animals to such diseases, which are multi-factorial in origin. Production diseases are estimated ...

By: PROHEALTH Consortium
February 27th, 2018|0 Comments

38th ANAPORC Symposium in Sevilla

PROHEALTH is mentioned prominently in the ANAPORC publication of June 2017, announcing the annual ANAPORC Symposium. The article is written in Spanish language with the original title "El XXXVIII Simposio de Sevilla - Una cita ineludible para el sector".PROHEALTH ANAPORC June 2017 (PDF, 352 kB)

June 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Tackling piglet mortality

Newcastle University – Institute For Agri-food Research And Innovation Protecting animal and crop production to feed a growing population is one of the major challenges facing society today, and a continued population increase means that more food will need to be produced in the next 35 ...

March 17th, 2017|0 Comments