Petfood Forum China is a conference for global petfood professionals. Attendees include professionals working in nutrition, ingredient and processing technologies, packaging, food science, R&D, product development, food safety, QA/QC, purchasing, import/export and regulatory compliance.
Individuals interested in learning more about FDA's animal food safety regulatory requirements that impact all sectors of the feed industry. This interactive course is particularly appropriate if you have feed safety responsibilities within your company and if you are seeking certificates of training from the FSPCA and on the use of HACCP principles.
The USPOULTRY Women's Leadership Conference encourages women in the poultry industry to continue their professional development. The conference emphasizes leadership and management traits, along with people skills, as women in the poultry and egg industry pursue their career goals.
The Association of Veterinarians Specialists in Poultry Sciences of the West of Mexico (AVECAO, in Spanish) presents its Great Event AVECAO 2019. The mission of the organization is to consolidate and strengthen poultry specialists to potentiate the scientific development, growth, and continuous improvement of aviculture in western Mexico.
The USPOULTRY National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry is designed specifically for poultry facility and corporate safety personnel, as a three-day event with key presentations on important industry topics and updates on government policy.
Location: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
The World Veterinary Education in Production Animal Health (WVEPAH) presents the Module I: Key Disciplines in Avian Health / OIE-WOAH Module, to be held at the Veterinary Faculty of the National University of San Marcos, in Lima.
The Pet Food Workshop will consist of experts, industry and academic speakers from the areas of pet nutrition and processing. They will provide the latest information on pet food ingredient trends; nutritional requirements for dogs and cats; specialty treats; sensory evaluation and palatability tests; and safety and HACCP issues. It will also include a capstone lab session involving formulation exercises for pet food recipes.
Professionals responsible for buying U.S. food and feed grains, commod- ity traders, banking and financial advisers, government officials, and anyone who works in supply chain management and cost control will want to attend the IGP–KSU Risk Management course led by the IGP Institute’s Senior Agricultural Economist Guy H. Allen.