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11-01-22

Now available the infographic, and leaflet of the innovation project MICOALGA-FEED, of which FEUGA is representative

The MICOALGA-FEED Operational Group, of which FEUGA is representative, has published its first dissemination materials: the infographic, and leaflet of the project. The aim of both of them is to introduce this innovation project among the agents of the agri-food value chain, and the general public.

The main objective of the initiative is to reduce the use of antibiotics in aviculture through a natural origin food based on fungi, and microalgae. Based on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) initiative “One Health”, MICOALGA-FEED will develop new feed formulations which, supplemented with fungi, and microalgae, will reinforce local immunity, and benefit saprophytic intestinal flora. The project, in addition to FEUGA, is comprised of Grupo Uvesa, Neoalgae, and Hifas Veterinary.

The infographic shows, shortly, and directly, the idea behind MICOALGA-FEED, emphasizing the objectives, and expected results of the project, as well as the starting point in which the initiative arises. On the other h, and, the leaflet deepens in these aspects, providing a wider, and more detailed vision of the innovation project. Together, they are an excellent way to discover the project.

Both materials are available in Spanish, and English:

More information about the MICOALGA-FEED project in its social media (LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook).

MICOALGA-FEED is an innovation project 80% co-financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) of the European Union, and 20% by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Food, within the framework of the National Rural Development Program 2014-2020. The General Directorate of Rural Development, Innovation, and Agrifood Training (GDRDIAT) is the authority in charge of the application of these aids. Total project budget: 524,847.66€.  Total grant: 505,519.66€.

The Operational Group MICOALGA-FEED is responsible of this content.

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