|Cattle||Multifunctional grasslands systems for efficient cattle production promoting ecosystems services|
|Cattle||High quality and sustainable milk and meat products from cattle|
|Cattle||Climate care dairy farming|
|Cattle||100 years of artificial insemination in cattle: from Ivanov to the future|
|Cattle||Young Train session: dairy research and extension|
|Cattle||Strategies to enhance intrinsic quality within dairy and beef industry|
|Cattle||Dairy herd reproduction management strategies for improved efficiency|
|Cattle||Flexitarianism, plant-based products, cultured meat: pros and cons of these new solutions|
|Genetics||Novelties in genomics research and their impact on genetic selection|
|Genetics||Genetics and epidemiology|
|Genetics||Breeding for environmentally important traits (e.g. methane emission, feed efficiency etc.)|
|Genetics||Combination/coordination of in-situ and ex-situ conservation|
|Genetics||AnGR and transboundary breeds|
|Horse||Breeding for performance|
|Horse||Ecosystem services of equidae|
|Horse||Innovation in equine production|
|Horse||Meat and milk in equidae production|
|Horse||Social license to operate|
|Horse||Temperament and motion evaluation with innovative technology|
|Horse||Equine nutrition – joint session with Animal Nutrition|
|Health & Welfare||Improving farm animal welfare to reduce use of medication|
|Health & Welfare||Development and external validation of PLF tools for animal behavior, health and welfare|
|Health & Welfare||Happy pigs without cages: revised breeding, management and feeding strategies|
|Health & Welfare||Early career competition on novel animal behaviour indicators|
|Health & Welfare||Animal welfare during transport and slaughter|
|Insects||Insect production and processing|
|Insects||Insects as food, feed, and technical applications|
|Insects||Food/feed safety and biosecurity in the insect chain|
|Insects||Genetics, physiology, and behavior of insects|
|Insects||Challenges to industrialization and regulatory issues|
|Insects||Sustainability in insect production|
|Livestock Farming Systems||Livestock production systems and agroforestry|
|Livestock Farming Systems||Emission abatement in the context of circularity|
|Livestock Farming Systems||The role of local (plant and animal) resources in the resilience of livestock farming systems|
|Livestock Farming Systems||Balancing metrics of impacts and services to assess sustainability|
|Livestock Farming Systems||Reimagining pasture-based production systems|
|Livestock Farming Systems||Livestock farming and value chain initiatives contributing to societal/ecological transition|
|Nutrition||New/alternative/innovative/revised feeds in farm animals and farmed fish|
|Nutrition||Sustaining animal resilience post-AGP era|
|Nutrition||Nutrition and environment|
|Nutrition||Nutrition regulation of rumen and/or gut microbiota|
|Nutrition||Role of nutrition in animal welfare|
|Nutrition||LNutrition regulation of fertility/product quality and nutrigenomics (P-N)arry|
|Nutrition||SmartCow: Methods and technologies for research and smart nutrition management in dairy and beef cattle|
|Pig (&Poultry)||Early career competition "Innovative approaches to pig and poultry production", supported by Wageningen Academic Publishers|
|Pig (&Poultry)||Challenges in poultry nutrition, health and welfare|
|Pig (&Poultry)||Sustainable pig production|
|Pig (&Poultry)||How to analyze data on sow management and large litters|
|Pig (&Poultry)||Role of pork in circular food/protein production: from crop to pork|
|Pig (&Poultry)||Feeding sows from weaning to farrowing|
|Physiology||Transfer of biochemical (immune cells, nucleic acids, nutrients etc.) from dam to offspring via colostrum and transition milk|
|Physiology||Role of antioxidants in the physiology of mammary gland and muscle function|
|Physiology||Metabolic inflammation and insulin resistance in livestock|
|Physiology||Limits to productive performance and welfare in livestock: Physiological evidence and sensing strategies|
|Physiology||Integrative physiology to understand whole-tissue or whole-body functions and their application to animal production, health or disease|
|Phisiology||Influence of nutrition on reproductive performance|
|Physiology||Heat stress and other adaptations to implications of climate change|
|Physiology||Equine exercise physiology|
|Precision Livestock Farming||Sensing animals and fields to improve pasture and rangeland management|
|Precision Livestock Farming||Digitalization, Data integration, Detection and Decision support in PLF applications – collaboration with D4Dairy|
|Precision Livestock Farming||PLF for social, environmental and ethical impact|
|Precision Livestock Farming||ClearFarm: A platform to control animal welfare in pig and cattle farming|
|Precision Livestock Farming||Phenotyping vs monitoring: better exploitation of measurement data for breeding and management|
|Precision Livestock Farming||PLF for poultry|
|Precision Livestock Farming||PLF technologies and data exchange. Towards ICAR standardization. (cooperation with ICAR)|
|Precision Livestock Farming||StStatus of PLF in Central and Eastern European countries - challenges and opportunities|
|Sheep & Goat||Sheep and Goat production systems in mountain areas – Where are we and where are we going?|
|Sheep & Goat||Integrated approach for sheep and goats in Mediterranean farming systems|
|Sheep & Goat||Sheep4Cheese|
|Sheep & Goat||The multiple facets of adaptive capacities in sheep and goat farms: how physiological, genetics and management strategies can be used and combined to improve resilience|
|Sheep & Goat||Reproducible research and data (meta-) analysis applied to animal science|
|Sheep & Goat||Development of novel sheep and goat products for human consumption|
|Sheep & Goat||Data management in sheep and goats – how can this improve profitability?|
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As in previous years, EAAP has expanded the types of sessions that it is including in the EAAP annual meeting and altering the way is makes up some of the sessions.
We are calling for all your abstracts and are happy to take them on any relevant topic. You have two choices:
For your interest, EAAP also continues a range of other sessions which are organized by the various EAAP Commissions and open for anyone to attend. These are:
Challenge sessions will provide a forum to create/support networks, proposals for developing research/ dissemination/training, discussing and responding to consultations, joint discussion with international organizations, training on new technologies and techniques etc. The format, which will not be the conventional invited / offered papers sessions, will include true workshops, roundtable debates, open committees and training sessions.
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The Cattle Commission organizes a session on 'Dairy research and extension' (session 6). Topics related to the dairy animal, production, environment and product are welcome. Share your analysis and work at this informal session. The session forms part of the Novus award for the best dairy presentation, offering a visit to the ADSA/ASAS congress in 2023.
This year the Pig Commission will organize a session on 'Innovative approaches to pig and poultry production' (session 45). If you are 38 years or younger, want to present a topic that falls within the scope of the session, and want to participate in that contest, please submit your abstract to this session. The winner receives a scholarship to attend the EAAP congress in 2023, offered by Wageningen Academic Publishers.