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University of Belgrade
Faculty of Agriculture
Institute of Animal Sciences

 Contact data
StreetNemanjina 6 
ZIP, City, State 11080 - Belgrade (Serbia) 
Phone+ 381 11 261 53 15 - 170 
Fax+ 381 11 316 14 90 
 Contact person

Prof. Vladan Bogdanovic (Associate Professor)
 Activities in Research and Development

 RTD sectors:
» Agriculture     

 Area of expertise (keywords)
» Animal genetics
» breeding and husbandry
» animal breeding methods
» animal genetic resources
» good agricultural practice at the farm level
» feed and food safety
 RTD Experiences

 Description of RTD activities
- Breeding goals and programmes for sustainable animal agriculture based on optimal utilization of locally available resources; Breeding goals and programmes for small population of autochthonous breeds of animals (Animal Genetic Resources).
- Sustainable intensification and the development of livestock production systems based on optimal utilization of locally available resources to contribute towards rural development, food security and food safety.
- Breeding and selection of cattle, with an emphasis on genetic improvement of beef & dairy traits; Variance components estimation of traits measured in performance and/or progeny testing of bulls; Improving rearing and production systems at the farm level.
- Small ruminant breeding, selection and production, with an emphasis on goat breeding; Research on critical issues that affect the quality of milk at the farm level; Research on factors affecting growth and carcass traits in goats.
- Feed andd food safety; Implementation of GAP and HACCP at the pre-harvest level.

 Experiences in international Programmes
2002 - 2005: Norwegian SEE Programme in Agriculture: Competence Transfer and Institutional Contact and Co-Operation Between Faculties of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine in South Eastern Europe. (Project No. 2020096)

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2005-11-01 / 2007-09-20