Welcome to the latest newsletter of the EU PiG project.  This edition provides news of the 2019 EU PiG Grand Prix competition and details of the EU PiG partners annual consortium and steering group meeting.  In addition, it features details about 'Pig Innovation Network' and a new event for 2019 - 'Pigs Tomorrow'.

Published in Newsletters on 19.02.2019

This is the fifth newsletter of the EU PiG project.  It provides news of the updated EU PiG website and also the 2019 EU PiG Grand Prix competition.  In addition, it features some of the best practices from the 2017 Ambassadors, focusing on Precision Production and Meat Quality.

Published in Newsletters on 30.11.2018

This is the fourth newsletter of the EU PiG project.  It provides news of the eight winning best practices from the 2018 EU PiG Grand Prix competition.  In addition, it features some of the best practices from the 2017 Ambassadors, focusing on Animal Welfare and Health Management.

Published in Newsletters on 24.08.2018

This is the third newsletter of the EU PiG project.  It provides news of the eight winning best practices in the 2017 EU PiG Grand Prix competition.  In addition, it highlights some of the other best practices shared by producers, to address the challenge of promoting a sustainable pig industry across the EU.

Published in Newsletters on 25.10.2017

This is the second newsletter of the EU PiG project.  It provides an update on activity involved in news and events, and in particular, the development of best practices linked to participation in the 2017 EU PiG Grand Prix competition.  In addition, it highlights opportunity for producers to suggest the  challenges that could be considered as part of the 2018 Grand Prix.
 

Published in Newsletters on 11.07.2017
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