This pandemic showed us that our sector never stops, animal production continues to put food in people’s houses, and we are an essential part of society. In 2022 we will surely be under the economic and societal consequences of this pandemic, and the climate urgency makes challenges in Animal Science more urgent than ever. We, as its scientific community, will be on top and ahead of them.
In this way, the program will cover various areas of knowledge, such as nutrition, genetics, physiology, animal health and welfare, livestock farming systems, precision livestock farming, insect production and use, cattle, horse, pig, sheep, and goat production. These topics are filled with innovation and recent scientific results leading animal production on the right path.
The European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP) Annual Meeting allows applying new ideas in practice through many parallel sessions, a plenary meeting, poster presentations, and discussions about scientific achievements in livestock production worldwide.
We are happy to announce that the abstract submission to the ISVA Virtual Meeting - International Sheep Veterinary Association (23rd-25th November 2021), is now open.
Please visit the Meeting website and submit your abstract.
You are kindly asked to be aware of the important dates.
Join us virtually for a successful ISVA Meeting!
Important dates to remember
We would like to thank you in advance for your participation and we remain at your disposal for any further information you may need.
Stay healthy and ‘see’ you at ISVA2021!
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The EAAP Virtual Meeting will be held on-line from December 1st to 4th, 2020. Registration is open!
The meeting will facilitate focused and significant discussions about the latest animal science topics. We will showcase hundreds hours of programming delivered through plenty of scientific sessions, workshops, plenary sessions, interactive and innovative exhibit hall, live discussions. There will be plenty of facilitated networking opportunities.
The preliminary program is already available.
All presentations will be pre-recorded as voice over PowerPoint, uploaded in video format ahead of time and released in advance on the virtual meeting website with the exception of the invited talks, which will be played on-line during their respective sessions.
Presentation time will be strictly limited to 12 minutes for oral presentations and 3 minutes for poster presentations, longer time is planned for invited speakers. Specific instructions for the presentations will be delivered to registered participants and available on the meeting webpage.
The Early Registration, before September 15th, is discounted. Those who submitted abstracts for the 2020 annual meeting must also be registered before September 15th.
You can register to participate to the full meeting or to one day (selected later, when the scientific program will be available, by you). If you are EAAP individual member, you will enjoy a large discount; if you are not member, it is very convenient to join and become EAAP member for, besides the discount at the annual meeting, you will participate to the most exciting animal science network and experience many more services.
Open the link to register, and you will be guided through the registration process.
Looking forward to have you on-board!
Registration and Abstract submission are now open!
Early registration is available until June 30th.
To download the abstract form file, click here.
The meeting is structured in six main presentations (45+15 minutes), oral presentations (10+5 minutes), and poster presentations during the three days.
Awards will be given for the best oral and poster presentations by young scientists.
Visit the meeting website for more information, including hotel recommendations
Special thanks to Jean-Paul Dubeuf for this report.
Participants in Edinburgh
Participants on remote by video-conference (Zoom)
Opening and introduction: presentation of the platform
The meeting has been opened at 16.30 Paris time.
Jean-Michel Astruc and Cesare Mosconi chaired the meeting and he briefly presented the project, informing of a preliminary meeting with the stakeholders held on 14 November by Zoom. He then introduced the reasons and the role of the stakeholder's platform, and the expected actions. A short presentation of the stakeholders was then introduced together with their range of activity for each of them.
Jean-Michel Astruc briefly summarised the steps that led to the selection of the present stakeholders, how they have been nominated (two surveys followed by email contacts with each of them). Some of them did not accept the role due to many reasons (insufficient number of staff, lack of funding, lack of specific competences, ….) and at the end 17 national and 8 trans-national stakeholders have been identified plus the 3 support stakeholders for a total of 28 organisations/companies, both academic, public or from private sector.
READ THE FULL MINUTES.
The first SMARTER annual meeting will be held in Edinburgh from 26th to 27th November 2019. One year after the start of the project, the meeting will aim to take stock of the work done during the first year, discuss the first results obtained and plan the actions to be carried out for the future.
Stakeholders meetings and farm visits are planned from 28th to 29th November 2019.
Did you know that IGA is part of the SMARTER Stakeholder Committee?
Read more about it here.
What is SMARTER?
SMARTER stands for SMAll RuminanTs breeding for Efficiency and Resilience.
Between September 19-21, 2018 the LXXXIII scientific meeting of Polish Society of Animal Production entitled “Challenges of animal husbandry in sustainable agriculture conditions” took place in Lublin (south-eastern Poland). The main organizer of the conference was the University of Life Science in Lublin, Faculty of Biology, Animal Sciences and Bioeconomy. There was also a meeting of the section goat and sheep rearing and breeding during the conference. Twenty-five people took part in this meeting.
Board members of the International Goat Association (IGA) attended the 2017 National Symposium on Sheep and Goat and the 7th Member Meeting of Sheep and Goat Branch of the Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine from August 18 to 21, 2017 at Shijiazhuang, China. A total of 14 Board members, the Executive Director, and members of the advisory board from different areas of the world met together to discuss further development of the Association. Great appreciation was expressed to Dr. Yingjie Zhang, Professor of the Agricultural University of Hebei, President of the Sheep and Goat Branch of the Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, and his student Ms. Xuejiao Yin for their dedication to organizing the trip.
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.
International Goat Association
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Little Rock, Arkansas 72210 USA