Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010
With good early bookings, all the signs are that there will be another well attended Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010. This event is now perceived as Asia ’s leading independent technical conference for anyone involved in modern pig, poultry and dairy production and attracts production managers, QA managers, nutritionists and veterinarians. The event will be held on 1 – 3rd March 2010 at the prestigious Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand.
The event has 90 international experts as its speakers and topical issues such as the use of enzymes and probiotics to improve feed utilisation and animal performance, the effect of health on meat or milk quality, controlling the impact of mycotoxins, optimising reproductive performance and the value of organic minerals are among the topics on the programme.
In addition, the pig programme will consider topics such as intestinal integrity, semen analysis, weaning capacity and boar taint control and the poultry programme will also consider in ovo vaccination, evaluation of feed trials, single stage incubation and salmonella control. The Dairy programme will also focus on calf pneumonia, heat stress, reproductive health management and coccidiosis.
The conference opens with three keynote presentations on ‘The Benefits from Breeding in the Next Decade’, ‘The Role of antioxidants in animal nutrition’ and ‘Testing Strategies to Reduce the Impact of Mycotoxins in Animals’ by Frederic Grimaud of Groupe Grimaud, Richard Murphy of Alltech and Romer Laboratories’ Alios Fellinger respectively. After these the conference divides into separate programmes on pigs, poultry and dairy.
As well as being Asia’s leading technical conference, Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010 will be a great opportunity for networking with many senior personnel from the international supply sector expected to be in attendance. This is also facilitated by a night of Thai hospitality, cuisine and entertainment on the Monday evening.
Full details of the pig, poultry and dairy programmes can be sourced at www.positiveaction.co.uk and bookings at the very attractive price of $US360 for the three day pig and poultry conferences or $US240 for the two day Dairy Focus Asia can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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