Lantbruks- och trädgårdsföretagarnas egen forskningsstiftelse finansierar behovsdriven forskning för svenska förhållanden.
|Kategori:||Research program | Crop production|
|Datum för slutrapport:||1 januari 1900|
|Organisation:||Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, SLU|
Projektnummer: O-16-23-762 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2016
The aim of this project is to investigate individual differences in the rate of passage of feed, feed efficiency, microbial flora and methane production in cows with different ability to consume large proportion of roughage.
Our previous studies show that methane production differs between cows …
Projektnummer: O-18-20-161 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2018
We aim to continue an ongoing study to increase knowledge of cattle locomotion on different floors, how they work in practice and what the long term consequences are for welfare and for farmers´ economy. For that purpose advanced biomechanical methods will be used to assess dairy cows´ …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-15-20-587 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2015
This project is the Swedish part of the Nordic 4-year project Improving Nordic dairy cow fertility through genetics, the only prioritized research project from Nordic Dairy Cattle R&D, 2015. Research funding is applied for within each country. The focus area of our Swedish part is to investigate …Läs mer
Projektnummer: O-16-21-772 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2016
The project aims to develop a decision support tool to aid farmers when investing in precision agriculture technology. The project will develop a model to assess the profitability of investments in precision agriculture technology. Within the project data from Swedish and international field trials …Läs mer
Projektnummer: V1430018 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2014
A primary reason for unhealthy legs and claws are unsuitable floor properties in dairy houses,
which may result in slippery floors and slip injuries to cows and mastitis.
The hygiene of a floor surface and floor properties affect the cow claw/floor interaction and gait.
The aim is to determine an …
Projektnummer: O-17-20-982 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
We are facing a protein shift in which a portion of the animal based protein in our diet needs to be replaced by plant proteins to reduce the climate impact from the food sector. Many agricultural by-streams contain high value proteins not used to their full potential. We aim to recover proteins …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-287 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
Grass for grazing or forage production contains variable amounts of carbohydrates, which often are described as the good (fiber), the bad (sugar) and the ugly (fructans) in relation to prevention, and development of diseases like insulin resistance and laminitis. There is a large variation in …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-290 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
The purpose of the project is to analyse stable cultures in cyberspace in Sweden and Norway. In recent years, questions about the welfare of horses have been debated in social media and norms for horse-keeping are created on Internet. In this project, these norms are conceptualised as stable …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-19-47-475 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2019
Respiratory conditions is a growing issue in the equine industry and for horse welfare. Equine asthma is characterised by airway obstruction, chronic intermittent cough and mucus accumulation an impact the quality of life for affected horses. Similar to its human equivalent, equine asthma is a …Läs mer
Projektnummer: H-17-47-282 • Status: Pågående • Ansökningsår: 2017
Insect bite hypersensitivity (IBH) associated with Culicoides biting midges is the most common allergic skin disease in
horses, seriously reducing welfare of affected horses. The main symptom is severe pruritus, with risk of self-infected
open wounds. The choice for treatment and prevention of this …