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Livestock Production Trends in Asia to be Discussed

by 5m Editor
5 November 2009, at 7:40am

THAILAND - What’s next in Asian livestock production? A group of experts will share new findings, trends and future standards at the Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010 - Asia’s largest technical livestock conference.

The event will take place on March 1-3, 2010 at the Imperial Queen’s Park Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand. Organisers are confident that Asia’s largest international, technical livestock conference will prove to be a superb education forum for Asian professionals to learn trends in Asia’s livestock production industry.

“Although Asia’s livestock production has been negatively impacted by the global economic crisis, the setback is not as deep as Europe’s or America’s. The USDA is forecasting broiler meat production to recover in 2009. Sales prices may decline, but margins have been somewhat protected by declines in freight rates and grain prices which have offset losses. From a technical perspective, animal health and food safety issues will be top priorities as a result of growing concerns over food-borne illnesses and food security,” said Mr Teerayuth Leelakajornkij, Senior Project Manager, N.C.C. Exhibition Organiser Co., Ltd.

“Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010 is a perfect education forum for industry professionals to find answers and solutions in regard to technical trends for livestock production in Asia. Some 90 international speakers from Europe, the Americas and Asia will share their vision and knowledge and technical perspectives that will have definite influence on the Asian livestock industry,” said Mr Leelakajornkij.

The conference will focus on coming trends in pig, poultry and dairy production. There will be a look into the entire supply chain: from superior genetics, to nutrition, to veterinary care, to housing, and to handling. “In addition to gaining technical knowledge, networking opportunities are available at a reception and gala dinner. There, participants can discuss issues with their peers and pick the brains of industry experts,” he said.

Registration for the Pig, Poultry & Dairy Focus Asia 2010 is now open. Any registrants who register and pay before January 15, 2010, will merit an ‘Early Bird’ discount special offer.

More information about special rates, click here or e-mail Ms Wanna Chardpayuk (conference@qsncc.com.