DO MORE WITH LESS

Reusing what you already have

SUSTAIN CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Keeping nutrients in the food chain

LOOKING FOR NEW SOURCES OF FEED

Encourage the use of novel feed

TURN FOOD INTO FEED

Upgrading food leftlovers to valuable feed ingredients

Welcome to SAN, the digital platform focused on studies and researches on Sustainable Animal Nutrition (SAN).

Here you can find the main projects developed by an international research team aimed at identifying alternative forms for animal nutrition, which can have less impact on the environment and promote the well-being of animals and men who eat.

 The concept of sustainability in animal nutrition is meant to reduce both feed and food wastes. Livestock production systems have received growing attention in recent years since they have clearly been identified as a deep environmental impact factor. Moreover, cost of animal feed represents up to 85% of the farm gate value of several farm animals. From this perspective, sustainability in livestock productivity cannot be achieved without using sustainable animal diets

In fact, livestock systems today and in the future have to take into account not only economic development, feed security and safety, but also politically-sensitive issues such as animal welfare and environmental sustainability. Accordingly, the main aim of the project is to develop a “sustainable animal nutrition” concept.

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News

INNOKEP COURSE: A STORYBOARD OF OUR ONCAMPUS WEEK

The second part of the certified INNOKEP course "Animal nutrition and feed technology“ is currently in progress at the Institute of Food Technology, University of Novi Sad, Serbia. Last three days, students had an opportunity to listen to theoretical aspects of feed...

SELENIUM-ENRICHED INSECTS: A NEW FRONTIER IN SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTATION

Sustainability has been a hot topic in recent decades, especially with regard to livestock production. Due to the rising cost of animal protein, food insecurity, environmental pressures, and population growth, alternative solutions need to be found. It is for these...

LOOKING FOR ALTERNATIVE FEED INGREDIENTS TO COMMON CEREALS

As reported elsewhere by Dr. Ioannis Mavromichalis in Feed Strategy: «Right now, TV broadcasters already advise there might be a shortage of wheat for bread and pasta – at least for this year. The war between Russia and Ukraine has placed a huge question mark over...

FEEDING THE GREEN DEAL

SAN Research group is glad to share details about the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) and the EU Association of Specialty Feed Ingredients and their Mixtures (FEFANA) event in April.   They have jointly organized the eleventh EAAP Webinar titled Feeding...

INNOKEP COURSE, II PART: THE ON CAMPUS EXPERIENCE OF OUR STUDENTS

The University of Novi Sad will host the second part of the INNOKEP Course about Animal Nutrition and Feed Technologies. This part, that will take place in classrooms and labs of the Serbian University, is opened only for students that have completed the online first...

Networking for the feed and food system in southern Europe

With the diminishing availability of farmland, climate change and the threat of declining water resources, livestock needs to meet the growing demand for food and feed by using fewer resources.

LCA AS A TOOL FOR QUANTIFYING SUSTAINABILITY IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION

According to FAO, livestock is key to food security because food of animal origin provides 1/3 of global protein and essential micronutrients. Environmental sustainability is a challenge for all sectors, including livestock and influences society and the economy.

PERSPECTIVES OF SOYBEAN MOLASSES VALORIZATION IN ANIMAL FEED PRODUCTION

Livestock production is rapidly growing and it approximately accounts globally for 40% of the total agricultural activity and for more than 50% in developed countries. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) predicts that the global demand for animal-based food products in developing countries will be substantially increased by 2030 as a result of population growth and rise in consumption in developing regions due to increased living standards.

SAN Meeting

9.30 - 9.50 L. Pinotti Opening 9.50 - 10.00 F. Fumagalli "LCA as a tool for quantifying sustainability in livestock production" 10.00 - 10.10 S. Rakita "Other by-products in animal nutrition" 10.10 - 10.20 A. Luciano "Effects of bakery meal on growth performance of...

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