Conference Discusses Safety, Regulation of Poultry Farming Products23 June 2014
CUBA - Safety and regulation of poultry farming products was discussed Friday (20 June) at the 23rd Central American and Caribbean Poultry Farming Conference here.
According to Bernama.com, the event's scientific agenda included solid waste management at farms and the challenges and prospects for poultry nutrition, as well as control of diseases in the production chain and best practices in bio-safety.
Researchers, producers, business people, experts, students from 20 countries including China, and representatives of bodies and institutions related to the industry are participating in the event.
The conference was organised by the Central American and Caribbean Poultry Farmers Federation, and the Cuban Association of Poultry Producers, belonging to the Cuban Association for Animal Production (ACPA).
The National Union of Combined Poultry Companies and the Poultry Research Institute (IIA, in Spanish), sponsored the conference, running at the Pabexpo exhibition center in this capital, and was attended by the president of the Latin American Poultry Farming Association, Agustin Martinez.
The forum also included a trade fair, where more than 40 companies from 19 nations presented their products and services for the poultry sector.ThePoultrySite News Desk