Animal Science and Animal Husbandry Research Group

RESEARCH GROUP LEADER: János Tőzsér DSc., professor, director of institute, Doctor of Hungarian Academy of Sciences


Professor: 2
Associate professor: 5
Junior assistant professor: 3
Research fellow: 2
PhD student: 4

Milk quality tests, Meat quality tests, Ultrasound measurements to characterize the slaughter value, Instrumental measurement of animal welfare, Hardness testing of claw horn, Egg production, Food products, Animal husbandry, Poultry, Horse breeding, Other animal products, Fur production, Feather production

University of Pannonia, Hungary
Kaposvár University, Faculty of Animal Science, Hungary
University of West Hungary, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Hungary
Humboldt University of Berlin, Faculty of Agriculture and Horticulture, Institute of Animal Sciences, Department of Animal Husbandry Systems and Technology, Germany
Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic

milk quality tests
meat quality tests
slaughter value characterization by ultrasound measurements
instrumental measurement of animal welfare


MÖB DAAD Health condition and welfare measurement of farm animals (2010)
NKTH MEC II. Animal Science Days of Gödöllő, conference (2009)
NKTH Baross Development of innovative and environmentally friendly food analytical methods (2007)
NKTH Apponyi I. Animal Science Days of Gödöllő, conference (2007)
NKTH MEC Present situation and perspectives of Ruminants’ breeding in European Union (2005)
NKTH TÉT Development of milk production technology with loose housing system (2005)
NKTH TÉT Slaughter value of the cattle and the quality of the beef (2005)
VM/FVM Effect of grazing methods on less-favored ecological areas (2004)
VM/FVM Investigation of the factors that affect the quality of sheep and goat products, especially in order to promote the market access (2004)
EU LLP Leonardo Promoting quality assurance in animal welfare, WELFOOD (2004)