Yncréa Hauts-de-France lauréate de l’appel à projet Horizon 2020

12 February 2019

Lorsque l’INRA a contacté Yncréa Hauts-de-France pour lui proposer d’être partenaire de son projet PPILOW (Poultry and Pig Low-Input and Organic production systems Welfare) qui vise à améliorer le bien-être animal dans les systèmes d’élevage, le collectif a immédiatement répondu présent.

Yncréa Hauts-de-France et le bien-être animal

Au cœur des enjeux actuels en élevage, le bien-être animal est devenu une question sociétale.  Yncréa Hauts-de-France a dédié à la thématique une équipe de recherche spécifique : l’équipe CASE (Comportement Animal et Système d’Élevage) de l’ISA Lille, dont Vanessa Guesdon est responsable. Cette dernière travaille tout particulièrement sur l’amélioration des systèmes d’élevage, dans un cadre qui reste viable pour les éleveurs.

Les travaux de l’équipe CASE sur l’amélioration de l’utilisation de l’espace extérieur par les poulets en système d’élevage plein air a été soutenu par l’ISA Lille et Yncréa Hauts-de-France à travers le financement de stages de Masters 2 et de la thèse actuellement en cours de Vitor Hugo Bessa Ferreira. La participation à des congrès internationaux et nationaux, soutenue le Fonds Fédératif pour la Recherche de l’Université Catholique de Lille, a permis de faire rayonner cette recherche, menant ainsi à la proposition de l’INRA de prendre part à son projet PPILOW (Poultry and Pig Low-Input and Organic production systems Welfare).

PPILOW, le projet à faibles impacts environnementaux ou plein air chez les volailles et les cochons qui tient également compte du bien-être animal

Financé par l’Union Européenne dans le cadre du programme pour la recherche et l’innovation H2020, le projet PPILOW a pour objectif de co-construire, à travers une approche multi-acteurs, des solutions pour améliorer le bien-être des volailles et des cochons dans les systèmes d’élevage de plein air.

Le projet est fondé sur une approche participative puisque tous les acteurs de la chaîne de production sont impliqués, des fermiers aux consommateurs, citoyens, scientifiques et hommes politiques, afin d’étudier les leviers d’action possibles. L’objectif est de fournir des solutions pratiques permettant d’améliorer le bien-être animal avec des ajustements en accord avec le marché européen, les attentes des citoyens et du marché cible (législation nationale ou préférences des consommateurs).

De façon plus précise, PPILOW va co-créer, avec les utilisateurs finaux, des outils d’auto-évaluation du bien-être animal et des stratégies et techniques d’élevage innovantes. Elles auront pour but d’améliorer le bien-être animal en évitant l’atteinte à l’intégrité des animaux et l’élimination des poussins mâles, en favorisant les comportements positifs, en améliorant la santé et la robustesse de chaque espèce. Les solutions innovantes vont être testées de façon expérimentale avant que les plus prometteuses ne soient testées en conditions réelles dans des élevages.

Les impacts économiques, sociaux et environnementaux sont mesurés dans le cadre du concept « One Welfare » qui œuvre en faveur du développement durable et plus particulièrement du bien-être animal et humain. Des business models vont être créés afin d’utiliser des produits de haute qualité issus de l’adoption des stratégies PPILOW pour améliorer le bien-être des cochons et volailles dans les systèmes d’élevage en plein air. 

Au final, différentes activités (formation, vidéos des partenaires…) vont être proposées pour que les utilisateurs finaux s’approprient le projet et l’implication rapprochée de groupes nationaux d’utilisateurs à travers l’Union Européenne vont être formés pour faciliter le changement. 

 

Le programme Horizon 2020

Logo Horizon 202
Horizon 2020 est le programme de financement de la recherche et de l’innovation de l’Union Européenne pour la période 2014-2020. Il vise à financer des projets transdisciplinaires, susceptibles de répondre aux grands défis économiques et sociaux.
L’Union Européenne soutient le projet PPILOW à hauteur de 10 millions d’euros pour une durée de 5 ans. 
 

Projet PPILOW YNCREA INRA

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    Email: cpsu@all-lacatho.fr          Tel: 03.28.02.02.40 daytime hours Monday through Friday

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    Official French government website in English: https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19

    Toll-free number (0 800 130 000), open from 9am to 7pm seven days a week, to answer all questions that are not related to medical care.

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    Adresse mail international@univ-catholille.fr 

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