For many years, technological innovations have been driving changes in the farming profession. Simulators, decisionmaking tools, robotic milking parlours or feeding systems, coordinated use of sensors, information and communication technology, automation, etc. - all of these have led to the coining of the term “precision farming”. These technologies are a major source of progress enabling changes in the farming profession. Because farmers can now delegate certain tasks or decisions, in part or in whole, they can aspire to a certain quality of life. These new technologies can also be very useful in improving animal welfare and limiting the use of antibiotics thanks to early detection of problems, thus minimising causes of inefficiency while reducing the volume of work (or number of hours on call). Animal welfare is a key factor in productivity, but so is the welfare of the farmer.
Wednesday 27 February, from 13:00 to 15:00, Hall 2 Ring
Most of the speeches will be delivered in French, simultaneous translation headphones will be available (both ways French<->English).
Free and compulsory registration!
expert consultant international Agri-Food