Tage Lysgaard Honoured at IPC Meeting in Paris

FRANCE - Tage Lysgaard, first vice chairman of the International Poultry Council (IPC) and one of its founders, was honoured during the organisation’s spring meeting in Paris this week.
calendar icon 30 March 2012
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from left to right: IPC President, Jim Sumner of the US; Tage Lysgaard; former European Union Agriculture Commissioner, Mariann Fischer Boel of Denmark, who made a special trip to Paris to recognise Mr Lysgaard for his service; Cesar de Anda of Mexico, IPC secretary-treasurer; and Second Vice President, Ricardo Santin, of Brazil.

Mr Lysgaard, who stepped down from the IPC Executive Committee during the Paris meeting, was recognized for his contributions to the organization, which grew out of an idea Mr Lysgaard presented during a meeting of the World Poultry Science Association conference in the 1970s.

Mr Lysgaard's idea finally came to fruition when the IPC was founded in 2005.

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