Animal nutrition company Olmix has inaugurated its school for training new farming practices in producing meat, milk, eggs and plants without antibiotics.
Called 'Breizh Algae School,' it is located in the centre of Brittany, which is France's biggest animal production hub. The school will train students, partners and professionals in modern farming techniques that are free of antibiotics, pesticides, and chemical additives.
The courses will be run by leading experts from recognised institutions such as the French Pork and Pig Institute (FIFP), the ISPAIA training institute for the farming and agrifood industries, the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) and the French Agency for Food, Environment and Occupational Health Safety (ANSES).
With a combination of training rooms, experimental fields and livestock buildings, Breizh Algae School is a unique training centre located at the heart of France's major farming and agrifood regions.
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