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Promoting a sustainable livestock sector in Europe

FEFAC


About FEFAC 
FEFAC, the European Compound Feed Manufacturers’ Federation, represents the interests at EU level of 25 national Associations in 24 EU Member States as well as Associations in Switzerland, Turkey, Serbia, Russia and Norway with observer/associate member status. The European compound feed industry employs over 100,000 persons on app. 3,500 production sites often in rural areas, which offer few employment opportunities, and has an estimated turnover of € 50 billion. FEFAC was founded in 1959.



Vision
FEFAC encourages the sustainable development of livestock production through innovation in animal nutrition. It supports the development of precompetitive European feed-related Research & Developments projects which seek to enhance the competitiveness and resource efficiency of the EU feed & livestock sector. FEFAC is convinced that nutrition solutions based on science and technology can improve any type of livestock production systems.


FEFAC in the Animal Task Force
With its membership to the Animal Task Force, FEFAC shares its expertise and knowledge of feed safety, good feeding practices and sustainability to contribute a better understanding at research institute level of the needs and challenges of feed chain operators.



More information

Mr Alexander Döring - fefac@fefac.eu












Mr Arnaud Bouxin - abouxin@fefac.eu









website: www.fefac.eu
Twitter: @FEFAC_EU




News Headlines

2nd White Paper of ATF - 06 February 2017
2016 was an important year for the European Horizon2020 research agenda setting. The ATF has worked all year long on a Second White Paper (2016) of suggested priorities for research and innovation for the Horizon2020 2018-2020 Work Programme.
Today, we are pleased to announce that the Second White Paper is now available.
This update of the First White Paper (2013) and Addendum (2014) was prepared by the Animal Task Force Presidency and members. It was largely inspired by a dialogue with key stakeholders and institutions in Europe and through the participation of various events related to the European research and innovation agenda and policy setting, to provide a consulted contribution from the animal production sector to the agenda setting for research and innovation.

2nd White Paper
Appendix 2 of the 2nd White Paper