October 4, 2022

Improving climate footprint in egg production

By using certified European soy, German farmers can significantly improve their climate footprint in egg production. This is the result of a new study by the renowned Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FIbL). Susanne Fromwald from the Donau Soja Association will present the results of the study on February 12 at Eurotier 2021. In addition, it will show the opportunities that soy from European production offers for Germany and other countries in Europe.

The poultry farm Aigner (“Thanninger Freiheit”) in Hebertsfelden / Bavaria has been feeding its laying hens with Danube Soya-certified feed for years. This makes him a pioneer for climate-friendly agriculture. In the online press briefing, farmer Gerhard Aigner will report on his experiences with the cultivation, feeding and marketing of Donau Soja.

We invite all media representatives to the online press briefing as part of Eurotier 2021.

Date : February 12, 2021, 10 a.m. (Q&A will follow in the Online Standby Expo Showroom of Donau Soja)
Title: New FIbL study: CO 2 reduction in German egg production (Emission Control division)
Location : Online via Eurotier 2021: To participate, you need to be accredited at the Eurotier trade fair under this link: Accreditation – EuroTier 2021 as well as registering by email at Donau Soja at petri@donhabenja.org (please name, medium and contact details specify).

Speakers :
Susanne Fromwald, Management Donau Soja, Vienna
Gerhard Aigner, Thanninger Freiheit poultry farm in Hebertsfelden / Bavaria

Link to the Donau Soja website
Link to Thanninger Freiheit

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