This must-attend event is tailor-made for the feed additives industry and will identify the current landscape and future trends of the sector to unlock opportunities for your business. Providing three days of informative content, this event offers a neutral platform for you to learn up-to-date information about business-critical market insight, product innovation, global regulation and novel research and development.Bringing together key stakeholders from the feed additives, premix and compound feed organisations, Feed Additives 2017 will provide structured networking and essential information through a range of presentations and interactive sessions.
The SETAC Europe 24th LCA Symposium, organised in cooperation with BOKU University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, will be held from 24–26 September 2018 in beautiful Vienna, Austria.
The symposium brings together experts to share and discuss case studies and the application of LCA linked to primary and secondary resources. The focus is on renewables but we are also looking for contributions on non-renewable resources.
This event gathers researchers, practitioners, policymakers and experts from academia, business, governmental and non-governmental organisations as well as (PhD) students from across Europe.
The International Symposium on the Nutrition of Herbivores (ISNH) is an international scientific conference that addresses a whole range of issues linked to the nutrition of herbivores in production systems or in the wild. The French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) invites the 10th edition of the ISNH to Clermont-Ferrand, France
Previous conferences have been held triennially in France, Denmark, Poland, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Sweden, Canada, Denmark, Spain, USA, and Poland and have become recognised as the definitive international scientific forum on digestive physiology of pigs. The Australasian pig science and industry community have united and aim to meet the high standards set by the previous meetings.
The scientific framework of the program will be centered around the digestive system, focusing on specific aspects such as the emerging areas of the Microbiota and the nutrient chemosensory mechanisms in the pig gastrointestinal tract.
Within the framework of ‘science, trials & application’ speakers will present a strong technical program with papers detailing the latest regionally relevant research with practical take-home messages to help broiler and feed producers improve productivity and profit margins.
The 25th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress (IPVS 2018) and 2018 International PRRS Symposium, will be held in Chongqing, China from June 11 to June 14, 2018.
The ESPHM is a joint collaboration among three parties including the European College of Porcine Health Management (ECPHM), the European Association of Porcine Health Management (EAPHM) and, for the ESPHM 2018, the Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal (CReSA) at Institut de Recerca i Tecnologia Agroalimentàries (IRTA) as Local Organizing Committee (LOC).
The ESPHM in Barcelona will be the 10th edition of the symposium, representing the complete consolidation of a meeting that started in Copenhagen (Denmark) in 2009 with 220 delegates. Since then, the congress has evolved at all levels, with more than 1,540 delegates in the last edition in Prague (Czech Republic) in 2017. This is an evident proof of the increasing interest that the scientific contents of the ESPHM offers, not only for European veterinarians but also to the international community. Although settled in Europe, the ESPHM aspires to be a source of updated knowledge and know-how in its field for the whole world.
Within the framework of ‘science, trials & application’ speakers will present a strong technical program with papers detailing the latest regionally relevant research with practical take-home messages to help pig producers and feed producers improve productivity and profit margins.
Based on the extensive feedback from the 2017 Ho Chi Minh City conference we will address three themes:
- Nutrition of the sow
- Increasing feed intake in tropical conditions
- Reducing feed costs
This is a stage of knowledge sharing from world-class speakers with local experienced speakers and participants. The information shared will be up to date and practical.
This is a CAN’T MISS agro-industry event of the year 2018.
ILDEX VIETNAM is a biennial International Exhibition focusing on Livestock, Dairy, Meat processing and Aquaculture. For the last 16 years, the event has proven to be the opportune time for local and international firms to not only introduce new products, but also update contemporary market trending, see new technology, and learn about new knowledge through the event’s extensive seminar programs presented by renown key speakers.
The « Journées de la Recherche Porcine » (Swine Days), co-organized annually by IFIP and INRA since 50 years, are used to provide quickly the results of the applied research alongside of players of the swine sector. This congress dedicated to swine gather each year more than 350 attendees: engineers of R&D from the swine sector’s companies, zoological technicians, nutritionists, genetists, veterinarians, economists, French and foreign searchers, teachers, journalists…
The Society of Feed Technologists (SFT) is a forum open to anyone interested in farm livestock, to meet and discuss common agricultural livestock problems and solutions in a non-competitive environment. Membership is multi-disciplinary and is open to animal nutritionists, feed technologists, recipe formulators, academics, pharmacologists, veterinary surgeons, geneticists, feed mill managers, farm advisers etc.
This workshop aims to share recent insights in improving gut health of
pigs through nutrition and to identify areas for future research.
The Intestinal Health Scientific Interest Group (IHSIG) group organizes its 5th Symposium on Poultry Intestinal Health that will be held at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club – Polo Club from October 11-12, 2017. IHSIG aims to promote health and welfare in poultry production by provoking debate between the scientific community, poultry producers, regulatory authorities, nutritionists and poultry veterinarians.
The IHSIG symposia focus on the One World, One Health concept which recognizes that human health is interconnected to the health of animals and the environment. Humans and animals interact with greater frequency and intimacy in a globalized world. These interactions increase the risk of the emergence and spread of disease agents that could adversely impact health, whether human or both.
The 68th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) will take place from 28 August to 1 September in Tallinn, Estonia. The main theme of the meeting is Patterns of Livestock Production in the Development of Bioeconomy.
The theme of 2017 symposium is “Poultry feathers and skin – the past, present and future of poultry integument”. The theme captures a wide breadth of subjects dealing with the natural first defence of birds against all insults. The organising committee has chosen an idyllic environment of Clare College in the historic and renowned city of Cambridge for this educational and timely symposium.
By tradition of previous TEMA, ISTERH, and NTES symposia the forthcoming meeting will join scientists, practitioners, and engineers working in the field of trace element science as well as producers of supplements and laboratory equipment. Scientific program will include lectures, oral communications and posters. The official language of the Symposium is English. The following directions are to be highlighted on Symposium sections: methodology of trace elements research, trace elements in environment, fundamental aspects of trace element biology, trace elements in human and animal health and disease. During conference the satellite workshop of Trace Element – Institute for UNESCO is planning.
EAAP and Animine are pleased to announce the Second Animine Academy. The National Museum of Natural History in Paris will become once again the venue for this one and a half day workshop held on 22nd and 23rd June 2017. Renowned invited speakers will share latest scientific knowledge and will effectively contribute to the dialogue between industry and scientific research. Save the date!
The 21st European Symposium on Poultry Nutrition (ESPN 2017) will be held in Salou / Vila-Seca, Tarragona, Spain, during May 8-11, 2017.
This Symposium has become a relevant scientific event, stimulator of scientific interchanges, which take place every two years. The participation has been raised in the recent meetings, with an increase number of delegates from non-European countries. For the new event in Spain, we want to keep the scientific quality. The program will be focused on aspects such as thermoregulation, early feeding, precision feeding, ingredients and biotechnology and several hot topics. People attending the symposium will have an opportunity to know the recent advances in poultry nutrition, and will share and discuss their views among colleagues.
Attracting more than 225 delegates from throughout Asia and beyond, the annual Asian Agribiz Pig Feed Quality Conference is Asia’s leading conference and scientific forum for pig and feed industry professionals to update their knowledge and network with industry peers.
This congress is organized every two years by ITAVI, INRA, ANSES and CTCPA with the support of the French branch of the World’s Poultry Science Association (WPSA) and the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA), two international organizations involved in poultry farming.
With almost 900 international exhibitors, VIV Asia offers a unique selection, compromising global market leaders and regional as well as national Asian players of growing importance. Professionals active in the production of pig meat, poultry meat, eggs, fish and dairy all have numerous reasons to meet up in Bangkok.
The 2017 International Production & Processing Expo will bring together more than 1,200 exhibitors and 30,000 visitors in Atlanta, Ga. USA from Jan. 31- Feb. 2, 2017. Hailed as the largest annual trade show for the poultry, meat and feed industries, the show focuses on Innovation – bringing together buyers and sellers of the latest technology of products and services to make your business successful, Education – learning from the experts in free- and fee-based world-class programs beginning Mon., Jan. 30, on topics that cross industry interests, Global Reach – attracting more than 7,200 International visitors from 140 countries, and Networking – meeting new and rekindling old relati onships with leaders across the industries. We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!
In view of the continuing global concerns with antibiotic resistance, there is a pressing need to have a scientific forum to assess the scientific advancements made since the 1st International Symposium on Alternatives to Antibiotics held in 2012. The objectives of this 2nd International Symposium are to highlight promising research results and novel technologies that provide alternatives to antibiotics for use in animal health and production, assess challenges associated with their commercialization and use, and provide actionable strategies to support their development. The symposium will focus on five product categories that could reduce the use of medically important antibiotics in animal health and production: 1) vaccines; 2) microbial-derived products; 3) phytochemicals; 4) immune-derived products; and 5) chemicals.
In contrast to previous Summits, the Fifth Mediterranean Poultry Summit of the WPSA will be held in October 2016 on board a ship cruising through the Mediterranean sea, to ports in Italy, Spain and France. This innovative idea will stimulate interest in all countries of the Mediterranean region and beyond and will attract more scientists and industry people.
Poultry industry is expanding in the world, but we are facing more and more challenges ranging from restriction of feed resources to quality and safety issues of poultry products. The multidisciplinary scientific program of the WPC2016 will address a wide range of subjects, and provide a unique and comprehensive platform for sharing and discussing the latest developments in scientific research and technology transfer for poultry production worldwide.
The UK organising Team is delighted to invite you to the 67th Annual Meeting of EAAP. The meeting is at The Waterfront Conference and Exhibition Centre in the heart of Belfast and on the banks of the River Lagan. It runs from 29 August – 2 Sept 2016.
The theme is Sustainable Food Production: Livestock’s Key Role. This is Europe’s largest animal science conference and will feature 1000 presentations and 1200 delegates.
The content will cover the whole range of animal science including genetics, nutrition, animal management and health, physiology, cattle, sheep and goat, pig, poultry and horse production and livestock farming systems. It will also feature fish and food and there will be sessions featuring science relevant to industry.
This meeting will be held July 11–14 in New Orleans, Louisiana. As a provider of products and services that are integral to poultry research, development, and dissemination, this is an important opportunity to meet experts interested in learning about your organization and to promote your company. Attendees typically include more than 800 scientists, extension specialists, educators, producers, graduate students, and administrators who are committed to advancing the poultry industry.
24th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress / 8th European Symposium of Porcine Health ManagementJune 7th - 10th 2016 / Dublin, Ireland
This year, IPVS and ESPHM are partners in hosting the Dublin 2016 Congress and will be jointly creating a comprehensive and world-class scientific programme. The Congress will be held over four days, bringing together world experts in PED, PRRS, New and Emerging Diseases and Management and Reproduction.
A major goal of the Symposium is to strengthen the connection between fundamental investigations and medical practice by facilitating discussions about role of trace elements and minerals in biology and medicine, including biochemical and clinical applications, analytical aspects, human and animal nutrition, supplementation and epidemiology.
The International Scientific Committee invites all scientists involved and/or interested in the biological role of trace elements and minerals to participate at this 6th FESTEM Symposium , to discuss and cooperate with colleagues in a friendly atmosphere.
The GFFC | GFFC 2016
The 5th GFFC is expected to attract over 1200 delegates from Turkey and from around the world and will feature exceptional speakers who will provide their insights and expertise in roundtables, plenaries and workshops. The sessions at the 5th GFFC will cover the whole feed manufacturing and food processing value chain, with a special focus on: sustainability, markets & trade, integrity / feed & food safety, regulations & standards, animal nutrition, innovation and R&D.
This conference attracts more than 500 delegates from across the world, including researchers, vets, policy-makers, farmers and students. The two-day event will also cover the latest animal science and research.
Widely recognised as Asia’s leading pig nutrition forum, the Asian Agribiz 2016 Pig Feed Quality Conference will bring together leading local and international animal nutrition experts from academia and industry. Addressing the theme ‘Science, trial data, solutions’ speakers will present a strong technical program with invited papers detailing the latest regionally relevant research-based knowledge to address key issues for the Asian pig industry, with actionable take home messages to help pig producers and feed producers improve productivity and profit margins.
Output and quality from efficiency and management.
Offering a wide variety of subjects covering poultry, pig, meat, dairy and food hygiene. International experts provide the latest information on the problems facing these industries today and offer some solutions.
48th Swine Research Days. A French annual meeting of the scientific and technical actors of the swine network.The Swine Research Days, co-organized annually by IFIP and INRA, are intended to quickly disseminate the results of applied research with actors pig industry.These days together every year more than 500 participants (engineers, technicians, French and foreign teachers and researchers).
”The Potential for Poultry Production in Developing Countries” which will be held in Antalya, Turkey between 15-18 October 2015.
This congress is significant as it strives to increase the cooperation and solidarity between branches, which is one of the main objectives of WPSA. This meeting will provide a platform for the exchange of new ideas and information on the main topics of poultry and for building up and strengthening professional relationships.
the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) and World Poultry Science Association (WPSA) of the Malaysia Branch are organising a two-day scientific conference in conjunction with the livestock Asia Expo 2015 with the theme of “Enhancing Innovation in Poultry
Health and Production”.
The European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) and Animine are pleased to announce the organisation of the first Animine Academy, that will be held in Paris on September 10-11.
This high profile workshop will focus on trace mineral nutrition of animals, thanks to the contribution of renowned scientists coming from various research organisations.
More than 500 participants will be expected at the symposium, among them many opinion leaders, representatives of important poultry industries and scientists, and other professionals from the entire Europe that will have a chance to witness not only interesting and useful lectures and posters but also to learn about new ideas, products, solutions and technologies.
The Slovak Organizing Committee is pleased to welcome you to the XVII International Congress on Animal Hygiene, ISAH 2015 Congress, in Košice. The congress is a unique opportunity for agriculture and scientists to meet and acquire new knowledge as well as to exchange experiences within animal science. A main theme of the congress will be “Animal hygiene in livestock production – the first step to food hygiene” dealing with product quality as well as resource efficiency, sustainability, animal welfare and agro-ecology. The program will cover various thematic topics such as livestock farming systems, animal nutrition, animal management and health and also cattle, sheep and poultry, goat, pig and horse production.
The Digestive Physiology of Pigs symposium (DPP) has been organized every 3 years since 1979 and taken place at several venues in Europe, as well as in the U.S. in 2012. This symposium presents the most cutting-edge research in digestive physiology of the pig as well as some very applied research efforts related to proper research methodologies, intestinal health, and nutrient digestion/absorption.
The 7th European Symposium of Porcine Health Management, to be held in Nantes, France, from the 22nd to the 24th of April, 2015. For 3 days, about 1000 attendees are expected to meet, exchange and share their work.
The objectives of the congress are to promote communication and dissemination of knowledge on pig health management. The scientific program will be based on key-note lectures on recent issues on porcine health management. Oral presentations and posters will allow to give an overview of the current status and ongoing activities on both science and practical aspects.
In the current competitive context, the challenge for French poultry research is to provide solutions which enable the poultry production and processing sectors to remain in France and which meet the numerous expectations of the distribution and catering industries as well as those of citizens.
For this reason, researchers and professionals meet regularly to discuss their work and current issues.
This congress is organized by ITAVI, INRA, ANSES and CTCPA with the support of the French branch of the World’s Poultry Science Association (WPSA) and the World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA), two international organizations involved in poultry farming.
VIV Asia is the international trade show based on the ‘Feed to Meat’ principle. This event is set to become the World Expo for animal husbandry & processing. The multi-specie event includes the sectors of Poultry Meat, Eggs, Pig Meat, Calve Meat, Dairy, Fish and Pets.
Days of the Swine Research: a French annual Meeting of the scientific and technical actors of the swine network. Co-organized by INRA and IFIP, this event sees the rapid dissemination of research around the pig and pork industry. It also provides the opportunity to discuss environmental concerns, animal welfare, food safety products, animal health, economics, and more…
About 2.200 businesses are represented at the world’s leading exhibition for animal husbandry and management at the Exhibition Grounds in Hannover. It is the world’s leading window for innovations concerning machinery, facilities and working funds of professional animal husbandry. For several years now, companies concentrate their innovation cycles on the EuroTier in Hannover. There they then present their novelties for the international markets.
The 1st Program Committee Meeting of 2014 Chinese Swine Industry Symposium -ASAS China Meeting was held in Beijing on December 9th, 2013. Chinese Swine Industry Symposium, jointly organized by American Society of Animal Science, Shanghai Gentech Industries Group and Shanghai Su-Pro Bio-Tech Co., Ltd, aims at inviting world leading animal scientists to create a platform to bring the up-to-date knowledge and technology to Chinese swine industry. The 1st Chinese Swine Industry Symposium held in 2012 was a huge success and widely acclaimed by its attendees. The coming 2014 Chinese Swine Industry Symposium will be held in Shanghai from October 30th to 31st, 2014.
Themed “Restructuring the Livestock Industry for Sustainable Development”, the event is specially designed to link qualified industry professionals at one central location. It will be the ultimate ‘one-stop’ show for all players to find solutions to their business needs, enhance manageability and increase profits.
Set deep in one of the biggest livestock farming regions in all Europe, SPACE is the international livestock trade fair that offers a comprehensive programme catering for every subsector of animal farming industry: dairy and beef cattle, plus sheep, pigs, poultry and rabbits. First launched back in 1987, SPACE is an annual 4-day event held every September that pulls in 1,300 exhibitors and 100,000 visitors (including 10,000 international visitors from 110 countries) at the Rennes Exhibition Centre venue (100,000 m² of exhibition floorspace, 11 sector-specialized halls plus an open-air equipment demo area). With a huge number of exhibitors delivering a dense programme of livestock farming innovation competitions (more than 50 Innov’space nominees), a host of technical-focus conferences, a dedicated « R&D » forum and animal show, SPACE offers an outstanding opportunity showcasing the people and products that make up the French livestock offer and its skilled expertise.
A main theme of the 65th Annual Meeting of the EAAP will be “Quality in Animal Production” dealing with product quality as well as resource efficiency, sustainability, animal welfare and agro-ecology. The program will cover various thematic topics such as animal genetics, animal nutrition, animal management and health and animal physiology and also cattle, sheep and goat, pig and horse production and livestock farming systems.
The 15th International Symposium on Trace Elements in Man and Animals ( TEMA 15) will be inclusive for the trace element community as presentations will include reports of research on humans, animals, cells and molecules both basic and applied. The symposium will cover diverse topics related to man and animals by including, for example, model systems and status assessment methods.
VIV Europe 2014 is a European trade show based on the ‘Feed to Meat’ principle. This event is set to become the World Expo for animal husbandry & processing. The multi-specie event includes the sectors of Poultry Meat, Eggs, Pig Meat, Calve Meat, and Dairy.
2014 will be the 50th anniversary of the University of Guelph as well as the Eastern Nutrition Conference (ENC), which was created by the university as part of their continuing efforts to deliver knowledge and educate people for the agricultural and feed industries.
Pig Focus Asia is Asia’s leading, independent, technical pig conference that has now run successfully for a decade. The programme for the 6th Pig Focus Asia 2014 will focus on management, breeding, health and nutrition and once again we are bringing to Bangkok international experts to share their knowledge and expertise with you.
Les Journées de la Recherche Porcine permettent la diffusion rapide auprès des partenaires de la filière des résultats de la recherche pouvant avoir des applications directes, afin de contribuer à la compétitivité de cette filière tout en répondant aux nouvelles demandes sociétales : respect de l’environnement et du bien-être des animaux, sécurité alimentaire des produits proposés aux consommateurs.