On February 22nd 2023, a new Carinthian competence centre was added to LIFEstockProtect. Biobergohf lies in Mörtschach am Berg at 1300m above sea level.
In 2023, farms in Austria, South Tyrol and Bavaria are continuing to offer their fields, premises and discussion opportunities for the issues surrounding livestock
The dates for the first LIFEstockProtect courses of 2023 have been finalised. The following courses will take place in April in Austria and are
During today’s technical day on the organic farm and herd protection competence centre Herzog the new Patura Tornado Master 5.0 was presented, and practically introduced in
Just after the technical demonstration of the new Patura Tornado Master 5.0 on Thursday, on Friday we held another practical day with fence building
This July, the project continued to work on educating people in the Alpine region on livestock protection, from stakeholders to members of the public.
When it comes to livestock protection, many questions arise concerning the correct implementation. What is a plus-minus fence? Should you use a wired fence
Adopting livestock protection measures is very important, but LIFEstockProtect is also aware that implementing them requires some economic effort and also increased workload. For
The parter from South Tyrol, together with the Salern competence centre, organised the two first trainings on the topic of livestock guarding and herding
At the end of February and beginning of March, Bioland Bavaria held two online information evenings regarding livestock protection. Over 60 participants watched the