The first Asia-Australasian Dairy Goat Conference was held on April 9th-12th, 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by FAO joined with the University Putra Malaysia (UPM), Department of Veterinary Science, Malaysia and the International Dairy Federation (IDF). That provided a platform to share technical information and experiences and to network for the promotion of dairy goat farming.
Following the success of the Third one, the Fourth AADGC will be held at Tra Vinh University, Vietnam on October 17th-19th, 2018. The theme of this conference is Strengthening Development of Dairy Goat Production Adapting to Climate Change.
Tra Vinh city located in South-East of Vietnam with many unique features and cultural antiquities name as Ang Pagoda, Ba Om pond, Ba Dong Beach, Tra Vinh city is one of the prettiest cities in the Mekong Delta, still lined with shady trees, harking back to an earlier era. With more than 140 Khmer pagodas dotting the province, Tra Vinh is a quiet place for exploring the Mekong’s little-touted Cambodian connection.
At the scheduled time of the conference, we look forward to you sharing your science and experiences with us after the field trip in Cu Chi district where the livestock production of dairy goat cattle located. Cu Chi is also a famous place with Cu Chi tunnels constructed during the Vietnam War and served as headquarters for the Viet Cong. Cu Chi tunnels recognized by Ministry of Culture as National cultural and historical relic that provide places of interest fascinating traditions, cultures, cuisines and reappear history scenery.
We, the Organizing Committee of the conference cordially invite all the Researchers, Colleagues, and Stakeholders in Agriculture and Animal Production to attend the conference. We look forward to your active support and participation in the success of the conference.
We invite your submissions for papers and posters relating dairy goats on the following topics:
- Breeding and Genetics;
- Feed and Nutrition;
- Health and Diseases;
- Milk and Milk Products;
- Socio Economic Effects;
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Climate Change
Further details about the conference, please contact:
Ms. Diep Bao Anh
Dr. Truong Van Hieu
Mobile: +84. 919.375.328
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We would like to seek collaborations and supports from academic/research institutions and commercial companies as partners or sponsors.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pham Tiet Khanh, Rector