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The registration fee includes the following:
For more information, visit the conference website at https://www.icg2022.org/.
13th International Conference on Goats, Eger, Hungary, September 18-23, 2022
Congress Opening Keynote: The role of goats in the world: farming, society, and rural sustainability
Deadline for abstract submission is May 1, 2022.
September 18-23, 202
The ICG2022 Conference offers a wide range of exhibiting and advertising opportunities for institutions and companies interested in goat farming. Our conference offers your organization many convenient and effective ways to get your product and/or service noticed by the attendees.
The benefits you can derive from exhibiting are unique because, unlike other segments of marketing campaigns, targeting a conference audience can be both selective and direct, allowing you to meet the delegates directly.
We will offer booths of several sizes and exhibition ground space at the conference venue. Additionally, you can set up a personalized profile on the virtual event platform, and you may publish videos and brochures. We will encourage all attendees (physical and virtual) to set up user profiles on the virtual event platform. This way, attendees can easily find you, and you can effortlessly search their profiles and start conversations. Company representatives can answer participants’ questions in writing. You can also request meetings with each other. Even if both parties are there in person, the platform will help better manage your calendar.
IGA’s Board of Directors is offering special discounts for IGA Institutional members.
The following discounts will apply for IGA Institutional members:
Please join IGA join as an Institutional member through their website before filling out the registration form (https://www.iga-goatworld.com/institutional-members.html).
For more information regarding becoming an Exhibitor/Sponsor download our kit in Adobe PDF or Word DOC format.
Dear Members of the International Goat Association and prospective hosts,
The International Goat Association is accepting proposals for the 14th International Conference on Goats to be held in 2026. Send all submissions and conference planning questions to Christian DeVries, IGA’s Executive Director (email@example.com).
The International Conference on Goats (ICG) is a scientific and social meeting to present new research findings and provide expert input into important issues of goat production, health, food value chains, etc. Our conferences attract attention from scientists, scholars, veterinarians, government personnel, extension workers, and producers worldwide. Past meetings have been held successfully in the United Kingdom, France, USA, Brazil, India, China, South Africa, Mexico, Spain, and Turkey. The 13th International Conference on Goats will be entirely virtual from September 18 to 23, 2022.
The IGA’s Board of Directors will meet during the 13th ICG to review conference bids and hear presentations. Interested host countries will present their proposals to the IGA Board during the conference.
To prepare for the proposal, please refer to the IGA Board Guidelines for Planning an International Conference on Goats (https://www.iga-goatworld.com/conference-planning.html)
We appreciate your interest in continuing the tradition of the International Goat Association.
Noemí Castro Navarro
The IGA Board of Directors has decided to postpone the 13th International Conference on Goats.
The new date is 3-8 October 2021.
Even though the 13th ICG is several months away, the current COVID-19 crisis has made it extremely difficult to plan any large gathering. We know the dangers of infectious diseases and the need to prevent exposure, so rather than put people at risk unnecessarily, the Board of Directors postponed this conference.
As the COVID-19 Global Pandemic moves across the world, we send our sincere hope for good health and protection to the entire IGA family. We are all affected by this situation, some more seriously than others.
We need to support each other professionally and personally as best we can. And we need a future where robust science informs public policy to prevent this type of tragedy. May we, our families, and colleagues endure this current situation, and we will see you again in Hungary in 2021!
Follow all the IGA COVID-19 news here:
Organisers of ICG2021
Greetings to the IGA Community! We hope that you are safe and well.
The current COVID-19 crisis has created extraordinary changes in our world. We know the dangers of infectious diseases and the need to prevent exposure. It has become challenging to plan any large gathering, so rather than put people at risk unnecessarily, the IGA Board decided to postpone the 13th International Conference on Goat.
A new date has not been chosen. We will continue to monitor the situation and hope to announce the change soon.
Unfortunately, because the 13th ICG is postponed, elections for the new Board will be delayed. When a new date for the conference is selected, we will send out an official call for nominations. Any IGA member in good standing (meaning their membership dues are up-to-date) can be nominated to serve a four-year term. Check our website regularly for more information in the coming days and months!
First of all, we thank you for your interest in our Conference “ICG2016”.
As you know, the ICG2016 conference will be held from 25-30 September in Antalya, with a rich social and scientific program, and you as our distinguished participants. We continue to work with great effort in order to host you in the best way possible. So far we have received 220 registrations and 207 abstracts, and due to high demand we have extended the abstract submission deadline to April 1st.
Antalya, where the conference will take place, is one of the most important tourist destinations in Turkey and was visited by 10 million tourists from all around the world in 2015.
On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee it is our pleasure to invite you to attend the “12th International Conference on Goats - ICG 2016”, which will take place between September 25-30, 2016 in the great city of Antalya, Turkey. We are delighted to welcome all delegates to this event.
Goat production professionals in the disciplines of sustainability, management, social aspects, health and association establishment from all over the world will have the opportunity to learn new knowledge, share experiences and explore the exciting city of Antalya and + its surrounds.
Important Dates for Submission
Abstract Submission Deadline: 01 March 2016
Notification of Acceptance of the Abstracts: 01 June 2016
Full paper admission: 01 July 2016
Important Dates for Registration
Early Registration Deadline (for Registration Payment):
01 July 2016
Author Payment Deadline:
01 July 2016
We kindly invite academy/faculty members, researchers, students as well as industry professionals who are interested in, presenting their research and/or academic experience in goat production, sustainability and animal health or related topics, to participate in the ICG 2016 Conference to share their works.
There will be also round table meetings for industry professionals to discuss latest developments on goat production and there will be workshops about different topics.
Selected papers from oral and poster presentations will be published in Small Ruminant Research, published by Elsevier.
Learn more at the conference website: http://icg2016.org
Dr. Irfan Daskiran
Dr. Nazan Koluman
The following is a list of the posters that were chosen because of their outstanding content and presentation.
Effects of calcium restriction on the gastrointestinal calcium absorption in goats in comparison to sheep
Richter, J., M. Wilkens, N. Mrochen, G. Breves, B. Schröder
University of Veterinary Medicine, Foundation, Department of Physiology, Bischofsholer Damm 15, 30173 Hannover, Germany.
Oral Report from Dr. Juan Capote, the newly-elected IGA president, during the closing session of the XI ICG held in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, September 24-27, 2012
Dear IGA members,
Welcome to the closing session of the XI International Goat Conference.
In 2005, a new IGA strategic plan was developed. In retrospect, this strategic plan was very ambitious and consequently not all goals have been achieved as of today. Nevertheless, we have made great strides and we are optimistic about the future of IGA and of goats in this world.
The International Goat Association promotes goat research and development for the benefit of humankind, to alleviate poverty, to promote prosperity and to improve the quality of life.