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Promoting a sustainable livestock sector in Europe


The Animal Task Force is formed by a group of industry representative organisations and knowledge providers from all over Europe. Together, our members represent seventeen different EU member states, the Switzerland, and several sectors in the animal production chain.

Industry representative organisations are:

  • European Feed Industry (engaged partners)

    Knowledge providers are:

    United Kingdom


    The Netherlands
    Czech Republic




    We aim at being a fair representation of all parties involved in the livestock sector across Europe. We are therefore always looking for cooperation with other parties. If you want to have more information, please contact us at

    Promoting sustainable and competitive livestock in Europe requires a strong link with other organisations.
    ATF partners are:

    Why and how to become a new member/partner of ATF?

    Being a member/partner of ATF allows you to provide input for the research agenda developed by the Animal Task Force.
    A member has 2 votes at the General Meeting and an engaged partner has 1 vote.

    Membership of the Animal Task Force is open to European knowledge providers, European Technology Platforms and to European branch organisations in the animal domain.

    Engaged partners:
    Engaged partners can be preferably European Technology Platforms or branch industry organisations representing its branch.

    For more information, please contact the Secretary General: Florence

    News Headlines

    2017 ATF events - 08 June 2017
    ATF-EAAP Special Session
    28 August 2017
    Tallinn, Estonia

    ATF annual Seminar
    26 October 2017
    Brussels, Belgium


    Roadmap for Sustainable EU Livestock. - 30 June 2017

    Making food production more sustainable is one of the greatest challenges of our times. In the face of global population growth, increased demand for animal protein, and climate action commitments, we need to ask ourselves how the EU livestock sector can become more sustainable? How can more be produced with less?
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