Feed Additives 2018, 26-28 September 2018, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Created by the team behind Feedinfo News Service, the conference helps senior managers, purchasers and nutritionists understand the factors that will impact the feed value chain, from global economic trends and trading conditions, to potential disruptors and the latest scientific advancements.
The event will take place on September 26-28 at the Hotel Okura in Amsterdam; three days of relationship building, business-critical content, high-level speakers and exciting networking opportunities in a relaxed and luxurious environment.
EuroTier 2018, 13-16 November 2018, Hanover, Germany
Exhibitors from all over the world will come to Hanover to present their innovations for cattle, pig and poultry farming as well as in the fields of aquaculture, sheep and goat rearing and livery yards. In addition to the latest innovations, visitors will also find a wide range of special side events .
As the leading trade fair in its sector, EuroTier provides a comprehensive overview of innovative technology, services and genetics for modern animal husbandry. It will further focus on farm inputs especially for livestock farmers, i.e. feeds and ingredients as well as relevant equipment and technology – such as crushers, mixers and pelleters.
VICTAM International 2019 – 12-14 June 2019, Cologne, Germany
VICTAM International is by far the world’s largest dedicated event for the animal feed processing, grain milling & processing, ingredients & additives, aquafeed, petfood and biomass pelleting industries.
An occasion to visit exhibits from different countries, attend conferences and technical seminars, while building a network at global level.
Feed2018, 25-26 October 2018, Bergen, Norway
The conference will have a focus on feed safety to ensure food safety as well as animal welfare and environmental protection. Feed safety assessment includes various substances such as undesirable environmental contaminants and banned antibiotics, which require improved detection capabilities and an understanding of how these compounds affect human and animal health. Moreover, topics such as new feed additives and ingredients, feed security, traceability, and a circular bio-economy have recently received more attention. These have introduced new and other challenges, ranging from feed ingredient authenticity and risk assessment of new feed materials.
It will bring together researchers, public organizations, industry and NGOs to reflect on and discuss the current and future challenges for feed.
6th Global Feed and Food Congress, 11-13 March 2019, Bangkok, Thailand
Organised by the International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF), with the technical support provided by the FAO and in collaboration with VIV Worldwide, the GFFC has established itself as the leading global event of its kind.
The 6th Global Feed & Food Congress (GFFC) will bring together leaders from the global feed and food chain in Bangkok, Thailand, on 11-13 March 2019 under the theme ‘The future of Feed & Food – are we ready?’
EAAP 2019, 26-30 August 2019, Ghent, Belgium
The 70th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) will take place in the historic and lively city of Ghent from 26- 30 of August 2019.
The main theme of the meeting is ‘Animal farming for a healthy world’ and deals with topics such as resource efficiency, animal welfare, diversification, agro-ecology, climate change and product quality. The program covers various disciplines such as animal genetics, animal health and welfare, animal nutrition, animal physiology, livestock farming systems, cattle, horse, pig, sheep and goat production, precision livestock farming and insects.
The EAAP Congress provides a platform for scientists and industry experts to meet and acquire new knowledge and to exchange experiences about the latest research results from many areas of animal science. The Annual Meeting gives an opportunity for the application of new ideas in practice through many parallel sessions, a plenary meeting, poster presentations, and discussions about scientific achievements in livestock production.