The project is funded by EAFRD and Regional Councils.

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TERUNIC : CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVES

The objective of  TERUnic is to understand from the farmstead to the territory the economical and technical impact of increasing the production of protein crops for breeding. To answer this question the partners have choosen to gather different knowledge concerning economics and agronomy.


KEY POINTS & PARTNERS

TERUnic is supported by Pôle Agronomique Ouest. It implies economical actors, professional agricultural organizations, research teams, agricultural schools and universities.

Launch : january 2016

Duration : 48 Months

Cost : 1,2 millions d'€

Founded by :

- EAFRD PEI-AGRI,

- Regional Council of Pays de la Loire


ECONOMICAL PARTNERS :

Atlantic Conseil Elevage, BCEL Ouest, Clasel, Coopédom Deshyouest, ECLA, EILYPS, Terrena Innovation, Triskalia

PROFESSIONAL AGRICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS :

Ainaco, departemental and regional chambers of agriculture (Brittany, Pays de la Loire, Côtes d'Armor, Mayenne, Maine et Loire and Loire Atlantique), Coop de France Ouest, Nutrinoë, FRCUMA Ouest, Network FRAB-GAB, Network CAB-GAB, Network RAD-CIVAM, FREDON Pays de la Loire

RESEARCH AND EDUCATION ORGANIZATIONS :

Agrocampus Ouest, Arvalis-Vegetal institute, IDELE-breeding institute, IFIP-Pig Institute, ITAVI, Terres Inovia, Terres Univia et 7 agricultural schools : Bréhoulou, Laval, Le Mans, Luçon-Pétré, La Roche-sur-Yon, Le Rheu, Saint-Aubin-du-Cormier


SUMMARY

To choose the right tools to increase protein self sufficiency, the partners of the  TERUnic project decided :

  • to follow the breeders who have already a high protein self sufficiency level ;
  • to collect the knowledge and data of the global SOS PROTEIN from all partners ;
  • to model a higher development of protein self-sufficiency, from the farmstead to the territory and the value chain.

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TERUNIC, to understand and quantify the impact of each solutions proposed in the other SOS PROTEIN projects.
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