The first article, written by ITAVI, describes the importance of hatcheries in Europe and the issues encountered by these hatcheries to comply with biosecurity.
The NetPoulSafe project launched 7 free Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) on biosecurity practices in Europe !
The Libramont agriculture, forestry, and agribusiness fair is Europe’s largest open-air fair. A great place to communicate and disseminate about NetPoulSafe results.
The AMCRA (Antimicrobial Consumption and Resistance in Animal) organized a Scientific Symposium on “Antimicrobial Resistance, a challenge for public health, animal health and environment” in Brussels, Belgium on June 27, 2023.
Our Belgian partners presented NetPoulSafe project and results at the 12th Edition of the International Conference “Agriculture for Life, Life for Agriculture”.
Our Belgian partners disseminated NetPoulSafe results at the BETTER COST Action meeting held at the Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania on June 20th-21st, 2023.
On June 29th, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. Central European Time (CET) the fourth free webinar of the NetPoulSafe project will take place. We will talk about the least implemented biosecurity measures in European poultry meat production and two supporting measures to overcome this issue.
Project communication and result dissemination was done by ou Belgian partners at “ISESSAH 2023 : Understanding stakeholder behaviour and socio-economic implications of practices and policies of animal health” in Helsinki, Finland, on June 13-15, 2023.
Our partner ZLTO, together with AVINED (IKB Ei & IKB Kip) and SecurEggFarmer, organised a webinar for poultry farmers and operators on “Desinfecting drinking water (systems) in poultry houses”.
On May 4th, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. Central European Time (CET) the third free webinar of the NetPoulSafe project will take place. In this third webinar we will discuss about “Biosecurity in the hatcheries: what the egg is going on?”.
On March 17th Arthi Amalraj from UGENT presented project NetPoulSafe to veterinary science students from UGENT.
On Tuesday 9 May and Thursday 11 May , the Pluimveehouderij Proefbedrijf will organize study afternoons on laying hen research with a specific focus on prevention of parasites
On March 23, NetPoulSafe project has been presented during a meeting at INNOZH Health & Animal productions, dedicated to the latest news on the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) epidemic.
This event on March 30 at Campus Pharmaceutical Sciences in the city of Ghent, Belgium, encourages knowledge sharing between all researchers from the faculties of Medicine and Health Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Veterinary Medicine.
Project communication and result dissemination on 22nd March (in Geel) and on 28th March (in Roeselare), Belgium.
Two posters were presented by Belgian partners at SVEPM (Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine) conference in Toulouse from March 22-24,2023.
NetPoulSafe partners met in Valencia (Spain) on March 8 and 9th, 2023. A great moment for team building, and a great opportunity to discuss about the progress of the NetPoulSafe project.
The Belgian and Dutch animal health, epidemiology and economics associations(VEE, VEEC, AESA) together co-organized an exchange event on the 20th of October 2022 at Wageningen.
On March 28th, 2023 at 17:00, the second free webinar of the NetPoulSafe project will take place. We will discuss about Hygiene lock and farm zoning as biosecurity measures and about the Biocheck.ugent risk-based scoring tool.
On the 16th February 2023, 2 NetPoulSafe posters were presented by Ugent at the ArMoR cluster, at Wageningen University. Project NetPoulSafe was voted by the participants as the second promising solution to fight AMR.
On February 14th, 2023 at 17:00, the first free webinar of the NetPoulSafe project will take place. In this seminar will talk about Avian Influenza: Current Situation and Challenges in Europe.
The NetPoulSafe YouTube channel has been launched : it will gather videos and podcasts dedicated to biosecurity in poultry, created thanks to the NetPoulSafe project.
The first conclusions of the data collection study about implementation of the biosecurity practices were presented to french poultry professionals at Space and Itavi technical days.
This month we host in our section “focus on a partner” Anne-Christine LEFORT. She will explain us her interest and the key role of ITAVI as NetPoulSafe project coordinator.
Our next discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum on january 19th will host Heleen Prinsen, specialist on animal health and welfare at LTO (NL). She will explain and discuss how farmer coaching can help to improve biosecurity in farms.
The NetPoulSafe knowledge reservoir is now online, and ready to be filled up with the first dissemination documents produced by NetPoulSafe partners.
This month we host in our section “focus on a partner” Artur Żbikowski, from WULS. He will explain us his interest in the NetPoulSafe project and the key role of WULS to lead the collect of information.
Next discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum on December 2nd will be held with Mr Luc Ledoux, Business Development Manager – Europe at CID LINES and poultry expert specializing in Hatchery Hygiene, to discuss about how to manage hygiene in hatcheries.
On October 3 and 4, the NetPoulSafe team met in Varsaw.
Next discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum on November 10th will be held with Dr Francesco Galuppo , Head of Local Unit Public Health for Veneto (Italy), to discuss about “Managing an avian influenza outbreak”.
A poster about NetPoulSafe project was presented at the COST meeting in Lisbon in June 2022.
In the NetPoulsafe Team, UVMB is one of the two Hungarian partners. Today, we welcome Dr László Kovács who will present UVMB and its role in the NetPoulSafe project.
In the NetPoulsafe Team, MATE (formerly NAIK) is one of the two Hungarian partners. Today, we welcome Prof. András Székács who will present MATE and its role in the NetPoulSafe project.
Next discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum on September 27th will be held with Dr Hanne Nijs, Researcher and Expert at the Experimental Poultry Centre, Antwerp (Belgium), to discuss about “Sustainable control of Poultry Red Mite”.
Next discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum on July 12th with Dr Jocelyn Marguerie about zoning in poultry farms.
Belgium chose coaching as the supporting measure to be tested in belgian farms, to improve biosecurity compliance. First farm visits are starting now.
More than 140 pilot farms were recruited in the NetPoulSafe project to experience supporting measures to improve their biosecurity
Interview of Annick Spaans, from ZLTO, in charge of building the AKIS (Agricultural Knowledge and Innovations System) NetPoulSafe network.
Next discussion moment on Netpoulsafe forum on May 24th with Dr Jeroen Dewulf about why and how quantify biosecurity at the farm level.
We will host a new section in our NetPoulSafe website news : a focus on a partner / a participant to the NetPoulsafe project. This month, we welcome on board Dr Alessandra Piccirillo from University of Padua, Italy, to learn more about her work and involvment to the NetPoulSafe project.
On 24-25 March 2022, NetPoulSafe partners met in the University of Padova, Italy,to present first project results and next steps.
Next discussion moment on the forum on March 11th with Dr Clara Marin about how biosecurity can fight against Salmonella and Campylobacter in poultry farms.
This was the subject of the first discussion moment on the NetPoulSafe forum that took place on january 27th.
Ask questions and discuss about practices around the hygiene lock on January 27th with Dr Mattias Delpont from Vet School of Toulouse, France.
At the 25-26th November 2021 General Meeting, NetPoulSafe project team made an assessment about the work being done during the first year of the project.
Discover how the website of theNetPoulSafe project will evolve in the coming months, from a project and partners presentation to a complete knowldege exchange platform !
NetPoulSafe has been officially launched on October 1st 2021. 14 partners from 7 european countries will share information about biosecurity practices.