38 Found educations

Animal feed production

Learn how to formulate and produce compound feeds with the desired nutrient levels, and develop a plan for the compound feed production with the programme "Animal feed production"

Applied pig management

Applied pig management: learn how to handle primary livestock products, care for the pig housing and environment, and analyse farm results for improved production.

Applied poultry management

Learn how to handle primary livestock products, care for the poultry housing and environment, and analyze farm results for improved production with the study "Applied poultry management"

Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis

The programme focuses on current challenges such as climate change, dealing with stakeholders in nature development projects and on the aspects of the monitoring cycle. You will be trained to develop a professional working method and attitude.

Breeding, reproduction management, A.I. and pregnancy diagnosis

Learn how to select dairy cows and bulls, develop (cross) breeding plans, detect heat, perform A.I. and P.D., and record information with the course "Breeding, reproduction management, AI and pregnancy diagnosis"

Dairy cattle nutrition, forage production and conservation

Learn how to devise forage production plans, prepare silage, work out rations, feed dairy cows, and rear calves and young stock with the study "dairy cattle nutrition, forage production and conservation"

Dairy farm management, economics and housing of dairy cattle

Learn how to calculate gross margin, create dairy farm budgets, analyse performance, and develop business plans for the setup of new dairy farms with the course "dairy farm management, economics and housing of dairy cattle"

Dairy farming and entrepreneurship

Learn how to rear calves and young stock, develop breeding plans, perform AI and PD, design cow barns, and milk cows in various ways with the study "dairy farming and entrepreneurship"

European Food Business

You will study European Food Business together with students from different nationalities and explore how the diversity of food production opportunities within the European Union can be used for larger groups of consumers.

Food Chain Management

Food Value Chains are important because food production is becoming increasingly complicated. In the past, we consumed mainly local food products: the lines were short; we knew how and where the food was produced and we sometimes collected it directly from the farmer himself.