Industry Day: Healthy Food from Healthy Animals26 March 2012
UK - On 25 April, the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) annual conference Industry Day will see world-leading researchers share their knowledge on livestock systems which offer more to animals, farmers, consumers and the environment.
Industry experts from around the world will discuss:
- Using research to solve industry problems
- How consumers are impacting on running farming and food businesses
- Training for the future
- How to improve health and welfare in ruminants, pigs and poultry
- Latest developments in livestock genomics and genetics
- How to get the best from animal feed
Other sessions will include animal behaviour and welfare, tackling livestock disease, climate change, meat quality and the latest veterinary science.
For more information and to register for a discounted Industry Day rate of just £95, visit http://bit.ly/bsas2012
This year the British Society of Animal Science annual conference will study the role of livestock production in helping feed the world with healthy, nutritious and sustainable food.
Held on the 24 - 25 April 2012 at the University of Nottingham, Jubilee Campus, attendees will be able to join farmers, agricultural business leaders and policy-makers to discuss the latest science behind producing food from livestock while impacting less on the world’s resources.
The conference will see world-leading researchers share their knowledge on livestock systems which offer more to animals, farmers, consumers and the environment.
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