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In our group of research providers 11 of the 27 EU Member States are represented.
They have a total staff of over thirteen thousand people, and are backed by a correspondingly large budget, farm and laboratory facilities.

To estimate their research impact, publication output was measured from 2006 to 2009 in the Agriculture, Dairy and Animal Science category of the ISI Web of Knowledge journal citation reports that includes 50 journals. More than 5500 of the 9000 articles that were selected in this sampling, were produced by ATF research providers. Their aggregate impact factor is high (1.285).
Specific information about research by our members can be found at their websites.


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

ATF annual Seminar
26 October 2017
Brussels, Belgium

 

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

 

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?
Official website 

Environmental sustainability of livestock production - 14 February 2016

Following the first debate entitled “Environmental sustainability of livestock production” organised by ELANCO, EU40 presented “Sustainable EU Livestock Actions Towards an Innovative, Climate", at the European Parliament, Brussels, 27 April 2016. We are pleased to share the ppts and videos of the event, below:

Website: http://www.eu40.eu/.

Videos: Overview of the session: https://youtu.be/IlY70Bin6_o.

Interview with the ATF President Mr. Jean Louis Peyraud: http://bit.ly/1TtKDIR

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WAFL2017 - 21 November 2016
7th International Conference
on the Assessment of Animal Welfare
at Farm and Group Level


5-8 September 2017

Wageningen, The Netherlands

Official website here