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Charting a New Course for Animal Nutrition & Safety

by 5m Editor
22 March 2012, at 7:00am

CHINA - Over the years, the feed industry made a great contribution to safeguard the healthy development of the husbandry industry and the quality and safety of the animal products. However, occasional scandals like drug abuse, clenbuterol-contaminated pork, and pig milk adulterated with melamine are just like dark clouds hovering above the industry and the whole society.

The degradation of industry moral is directly impacting the quality of life of millions of communities and billions of women and men. Businesses, trade unions, scientists, political leaders, schools and universities, indigenous peoples, local government authorities, community groups, consumer associations, health workers and farming groups are all concerned about these grave issues. In conjunction with the ninth China Animal Husbandry Expo (CAHE) 2011, the “First National Animal Nutrition & Security Forum” organized by CAAA in Nanjing is well received. All presenters and participants in the forum are encouraged to become involved with the forum theme –"Complete honest begins with Self-discipline and Safety awareness ends in Enduring success."

Building on CAAA's successful history of bring together diverse stakeholders and providing scientific leadership in the first Animal Nutrition & Safety Forum, the second forum will bring these different sectors together to network, share knowledge and experience, develop creative solutions and partnerships and make practical and moral commitments to help take us forward on a truly sustainable path. "To find a pragmatic, sustainable solution to the Animal Nutrition and Safety" is the theme of the second forum, which will be held in Nanjing from 16 to 17 May.

What is special of the Second National Animal Nutrition and Safety Forum?

The forum in Nanjing will be a touchstone for the animal nutrition and safety movement and provides a unique opportunity to showcase how the husbandry industry underpins all economic, social and cultural development.The Animal Nutrition and Safety 2012 arrangements are announced below (please see link), please use the following event outline to plan your visit.

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