This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 772787.

List of Stakeholders

Stakeholders of the SMARTER Project

Following a process of identification and selection of organization representing the different sectors of the animal production chain, three groups of stakeholders were recognized:

1. National Stakeholders

  • AGRIS Sardegna, IT
  • AHDB, Agricultural and Horticultural Developing Board, UK
  • AIA, Italian breeders’ association, IT
  • ANICAP, Goat inter-professional national association, FR
  • CERTH, Institute of Applied Bioscience, GR
  • CNBL, National Committee for Dairy Sheep, FR
  • Emilio Mauri SpA, IT
  • FNO, National Sheep Federation, FR
  • Hungarian Sheep and Goats Breeders’ Association, HU
  • Milkplan SA, GR
  • National Sheep Association, UK
  • Schweizerisches Ziegenzuchverband, CH
  • Sheep Ireland, IE
  • Sheep product council, HU

2. Trans-National Stakeholders

  • Agricultural Research Institute, Cyprus
  • FABRE Technological Platform
  • FACE Nertwork
  • FAO
  • Global agenda of action in support of sustainable livestock platform
  • IGA, International Goat Association
  • ILRI
  • Interbull centre
  • SCAR, Standing Committee on Agricultural Research

3. Support Stakeholders

  • AGBU, Animal genetic and breeding unit, AUS
  • ILLUMINA, world-wide company

The field of action of the SMARTER stakeholders include:

  • Academic bodies
  • Breeding organisations
  • Companies dedicated to services to farmers
  • Inter-professional organisations
  • Research and technology companies
  • Cheese and dairy industries
  • Companies dedicated to animal feeding, genetics and health

Stakeholders’ Platform


The stakeholders’ platform is an advisory body including a group of people and organizations representing final users of SMARTER results

Part of the members = stakeholders’ committee linked with the governance. Advising role on the strategy and usefulness of SMARTER outputs