Philippines Expo Highlights Feed Safety, Efficient Livestock Production07 August 2013
PHILIPPINES - LIVESTOCK PHILIPPINES 2013, the country's official livestock and feed expo, is set to start today, 7 August and end on 9 August at the SMX Convention Centre in Pasay City. Feed safety and its impact on livestock productivity will be the main highlight of the expo.
Over 200 exhibitors from 20 countries have confirmed participation.
The expo will be opened by President Benigno S. Aquino III and attended by no less than 5000 professionals from the livestock, feed, meat processing, and veterinarians not only from the Philippines but throughout ASEAN.
As its initial staging in 2011 gained much prominence in the global agribusiness community, LIVESTOCK PHILIPPINES 2013 will have international pavilions that will gather major stakeholders from Singapore, mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea and the UK.
With the theme "Food Security through Feeds Safety", LIVESTOCK PHILIPPINES 2013 will focus on the daily struggles of farmers in providing cost-efficient healthy feeds for their swine, poultry and ruminants.
Moreover, the show's business-to-business ambiance will be an ideal venue in sealing business transactions between existing and potential trade partners.
Co-located with the event is FEED EXPO 2013 where all aspects of feed management such as feed quality control, manufacturing and processing will be emphasized.
FEED EXPO 2013 will also take the spotlight on distinguished organizations with the FEED EXPO INDUSTRY RECOGNITION where companies and personalities will be given recognition for their contribution to the development of the Philippine feed industry.
The three-day event will surely delight industry professionals with the broad showcase of advanced machinery and equipment to accommodate the evolving needs of the livestock sector.
Endorsed and supported by the Department of Agriculture, LIVESTOCK PHILIPPINES 2013 is organized by UBM Exhibitions Philippines, a subsidiary of UBM PLC Company. To know more of LIVESTOCK PHILIPPINES 2013, click here or contact Michael Blancas at +632-8860348, 8860333, email: email@example.com.
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