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Pig Welfare and Pork Provenance

This project will develop a system where information from tags on individual pigs can be used to quickly identify and respond to animal health issues in commercial piggeries, and create a digital record to share information through the supply chain.

Project date

1 Jul 2022-30 Jun 2025
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Principal investigator

Dr Liz Jackson

Research organisations

Curtin University

Project funded by

Multiple industries
Alternative protein Aquaculture Beef cattle Cereal grains Cotton Cross industry Dairy Eggs Fruits Other rural industries Pasture, fodder & feed Pork Poultry Pulse grains Sugar Vegetables Wild catch fisheries

Food Agility Cooperative Research Centre (Food Agility CRC)

Food Agility brokers, designs and delivers innovation programs for the Australian agrifood industry, ensuring maximum impact for investment. We specialise …
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Craig Mostyn & Co
Pork Innovation WA

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