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FACTA WPSA - Brazil 2019 Conference to debate the role of Brazilian aviculture in global food production

The technical event is known for the quality of its content and for anticipating trends and challenges in the sector

11 May 2019, at 12:00am

The challenge of doubling the volume of food produced worldwide in the next 50 years will be debated in the 36th edition of FACTA WSPA – Brazil Conference, one of the main technical events in the Brazilian poultry industry, promoted by the APINCO Foundation for Poultry Science and Technology (FACTA, in the Portuguese acronym). The event theme will be “Poultry: the responsibility to feed the world” and it will be held between 14th and 16th May at Expo D. Pedro, in Campinas (SP), Brazil.

The theme was chosen based on the fact that poultry meat has been consistently proven to be a product of excellent quality with a production process of low environmental impact when compared to the production of other animal protein sources. The event also aims to show that Brazil has a great leadership potential in the sector, given its broad territory and large grain production.

Irenilza de Alencas Nääs, president of FACTA, said: “We intend to seize this reunion of the chain to discuss various aspects of poultry production, in an effort to expand the market of this important food.”

Awards

The “José Maria Lamas da Silva” award will be given during the conference, aiming to connect researchers and others interested in the application of technical and scientific knowledge to the improvement of the Brazilian poultry sector.

The FACTA Award for Technical and Scientific Merit will also be delivered during the FACTA WSPA – Brazil 2019 Conference, honoring a professional in Brazilian aviculture.

Registration and more information can be found online

FACTA WSPA – Brazil 2019 conference schedule

“Poultry: responsibility to feed the world”

14 May 2019

Automation Symposium

  • 08:00 am Software and Remote-Control Systems Applied to Poultry Data Management for the Optimization of Productive Chain Results – Ana Paula de Assis, Cargill/Brazil.
  • 08:45 am What is new in the automation of equipment and systems in Broiler Farms – Opportunities and global and local trends - Ricardo Guerra, Cargill/Brazil.
  • 09:30 am Coffee-break
  • 10:00 am What is new in the automation of equipment and systems in Broiler Breeder Farms – Opportunities and global and local trends – Cláudio Machado, Vencomatic/Brazil.
  • 10:45 am What is new in the automation of equipment and systems in Hatcheries – Opportunities and global and local trends – Rudi Gabiatti, Zoetis/Brazil.
  • 11:30 am Debate
  • 12:15 pm Lunch Break
  • 1:30 pm 2019 Award Presentation- Nutrition
  • 2:30 pm 2019 Award Presentation – Poultry Health
  • 3:30 pm Coffee-break
  • 4:00 pm “Lamas” Award Presentation 2019 – Production/Incubation
  • 5:00 pm “Lamas” Award Presentation 2019 – Other areas
  • 6:00 pm First day closure

May 15th 2019

  • 08:10 am Consequences of antibiotics usage in productive animals on the human health - Shabbir Simjee, Elanco/England.
  • 08:55 am Consequences of the global reduction in antibiotics usage - Jose Ramirez, Anitox/USA
  • 09:40 am Debate
  • 10:00 am Coffee-break
  • 10:25 am Day old chicks production without antibiotics: a view between Farms and Hatcheries - Bauer Alvarenga, Biocamp/Brazil.
  • 11:10 am Debate
  • 11:20 am Violation of residues and contaminants in poultry meat production - Mauro Machado, Eurofins/Brazil.
  • 12:05 pm Lunch break
  • 1:25 pm Poultry Production and the public opinion: facts and fake news
  • 2:10 pm Debate
  • 2:30 pm Corporate Lecture - CHR-Hansen: Food Safety: current status and future alternatives – Christophe Bostvironnois, CHR-Hansen/France.
  • 3:10 pm Debate
  • 3:15 pm Coffee-break
  • 4:00 pm IT application in agribusiness and aviculture: a data led process - Clovis Rossi, Granter/Brazil.
  • 4:30 pm Debate
  • 4:40 pm Opening ceremony
  • 4:55 pm Opening Lecture: The responsibility to feed the world - Jan Henriksen, CEO - Aviagen/USA
  • 5:55 pm Debate

May 16th 2019

Salmonella Forum: Impacts on the production and commercialisation of poultry meat

  • 8:00 am Perspectives on the update of the normative on Salmonellas’ control in Broiler Farms – Bruno Pessamilio, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food Supply (MAPA)/Brazil
  • 8:45 am Main sources of infection, risks and possible ways of approach on each productive chain: Broilers – Alberto Back, Mercolab/Brazil.
  • 9:30 am Coffee-break
  • 10:00 am Integrated control and traceability of Salmonella in the productive chain– Simone Machado, Food Safety Solutions/Brazil.
  • 10:45 am Which tools are available worldwide and what are its costs for decreasing contamination and colonization of the digestive tract by paratific Salmonellas?– Fabrício Desgado, FSD Consultoria/Brazil.
  • 12:15 pm Lunch break
  • 1:45 pm Opportunities in Litter Management of Broiler Farms – Marcos Daí Pra, Serafina Correa/Brazil.
  • 2:30 pm True sustaintability in poultry production – Antônio Mário Penz Júnior, Cargill/Brazil.
  • 3:15 pm Debate
  • 3:45 pm “Lamas” and FACTA Awards Ceremony
  • 4:00 pm Closure