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02 August 2022
View news from Netherlands DSM surpasses sales projections, raises climate targets
The company produces a methane-reducing feed additive for cattle...
29 July 2022
View news from Netherlands FrieslandCampina, Rabobank and Lely start pilot to reduce nitrogen
The partners will install 96 Lely Spheres...
05 July 2022
View news from Netherlands Dutch report shows less antibiotic resistance in farm animals
Resistance in broilers at lowest since 1998...
04 July 2022
View news from Netherlands Dutch farmers block retailers distribution centres in protest
Farmers protesting plans to reduce fertiliser, livestock numbers...
23 June 2022
View news from Netherlands Dutch government initiates strategy to reduce nitrogen emissions
Emission reductions need to reach between 12 and 70% ...
22 June 2022
View news from Netherlands Dutch farmers protest government's strict nitrogen rules
Farmers are expected to reduce livestock numbers by 30%...
21 June 2022
View news from Netherlands VIV Europe exceeds expectations
The event welcomed 19,024 visitors from 142 countries ...
14 June 2022
View news from Netherlands Dutch government sets targets to cut nitrogen pollution
Farmers to protest a proposed 30% reduction in livestock numbers...
28 March 2022
View news from Netherlands FrieslandCampina, DSM to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from dairy cattle
Pilot project with DSM's feed additive Bovaer at 200 FrieslandCampina dairy farms...
11 March 2022
View news from Netherlands FrieslandCampina wins 14 medals in Wisconsin cheese competition
The company won 3 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze medals...
23 December 2021
View news from Netherlands FrieslandCampina to sell Friso infant nutrition brand
The brand is valued at $2-2.5 billion ...
21 December 2021
View news from Netherlands Greening of ag policy to shrink Dutch livestock sector, study finds
The main impact of the greening of agricultural policy will be a smaller livestock sector...
09 December 2021
View news from Netherlands First sniffers measuring methane on dairy farms in the Netherlands
The first sniffer has been installed on a dairy farm in the Netherlands this week. It was a great moment for researcher Yvette de Haas. This farm is one of the 100 farms on which methane and CO2 concentrations will be recorded over the next two years....
07 December 2021
View news from Netherlands Research shows duplication in vitamin D gene leads to more mastitis
Given the negative consequences of clinical mastitis, unravelling genetic variants underlying in this trait has been a prime interest for animal breeders....
24 November 2021
View news from Netherlands Diagnostics Role in Selective Dry Cow Therapy
Dry Cow Management Protocols Vary Around the World...
30 October 2021
View news from Netherlands Dutch researchers note marked decline in meat consumption in 2020
Emerging data from Wageningen University & Research and Wakker Dier show that per capita meat consumption in the Netherlands fell during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. ...
27 October 2021
View news from Netherlands Microplastics can accumulate in the blood of farm animals, says new research
Emerging research presented at the Plastic Health Summit in Amsterdam shows that microplastics have been found in the bloodstream of pigs and cattle. ...
18 October 2021
View news from Netherlands New research shows that sustainable food is gaining more traction with consumers
The latest report from the Dutch Agrifood Monitor indicates that environmental and social sustainability will become more important for consumers. ...
14 October 2021
View news from Netherlands New study suggests that the EU Green deal could have uncertain impacts on farm net income
A qualitative assessment carried out by Wageningen University Research (WUR) has found that the European Green Deal and Farm-to-Fork strategies have diverse and uncertain impacts on farm income. ...
13 October 2021
View news from Netherlands Consumer prices remain the biggest obstacle for transition to sustainable agriculture
New research from the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets shows that the price premium on sustainably-produced goods remains the biggest challenge in transitioning to sustainable agriculture. ...
30 September 2021
View news from Netherlands Proliferation of apps could cause issues for the ag sector, says researcher Sjaak Wolfert
Researcher Sjaak Wolfert, speaking as part of the Mansholt Lecture series in Brussels, has given key insights into the digitalization of agriculture and the potential impacts of this technological leap forward. ...
07 September 2021
View news from Netherlands Grazing large herbivores can help reduce wildfire risks
Grazing large herbivores can be an effective way to prevent and mitigate wildfires, especially in areas facing land abandonment. ...
01 September 2021
View news from Netherlands EU farmers report decreasing confidence in Q2 of 2021
Wageningen University's Agro Confidence survey shows that farmers are less confident about their medium-term prospects than they were previously. ...
30 August 2021
View news from Netherlands Trouw Nutrition and Wageningen University strengthen collaboration on sustainable livestock production
Trouw Nutrition and Wageningen University are strengthening their collaborative efforts to accelerate research and innovation into sustainable livestock production. ...
24 July 2021
View news from Netherlands East Africa's first food-systems living lab opens
Wageningen University & Research and its African partners are have opened living labs across East Africa to bolster sustainable innovations in the food system....
20 July 2021
View news from Netherlands Taxes that are returned to livestock farmers may hold the key to sustainable agriculture
Under the right conditions, income from taxes on meat products that is returned to livestock farmers by the government can make the livestock farming sector more sustainable, according to a new study from Wageningen University....
12 July 2021
View news from Netherlands Seaweed as a methane inhibitor is not free of risks
Cows exhale the strong greenhouse gas methane. One of the possible ways to limit methane emissions from cows is by feeding them the seaweed Asparagopsis taxiformis. ...
07 July 2021
View news from Netherlands How can farmers track emissions from an open barn?
Much effort is being made within the Dutch livestock sector to reduce ammonia and methane emissions. But, how do you measure these emissions? How do we know what the current concentrations are? And, even more to the point, how can you measure emissions...
 
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