What is SEOC?
Sociedad Española de Ovinotecnia y Caprinotecnia – The Spanish Society of Sheep and Goat (SEOC) is a non-profit, open to all professionals with an interest in sheep and/or goats, both meat and milk production.
In 1975, a group of teachers, researchers and technicians in the field of animal production set up the Spanish Society of Sheep. The Spanish Society of Sheep was born from the concern of these professionals to exchange knowledge, promote research and above all, translate the latest developments on this species to the rural world through their technicians. In its IX Conference (1984), the field of action of the Society was expanded into the study of Caprine species, and the organization was renamed, the Spanish Society of Sheep and Goat (SEOC).
The SEOC Scientific Conference changes locations yearly so throughout its existence has traveled much of the country and a Portuguese town. Scientific sessions have always had a very wide national echo and since the XXII, this event has acquired international character.
SEOC currently has over 500 members. More than 500 papers are presented during their annual conference with a participation of over 400 people. Seminars and courses at the highest level and has a magazine: Pequeños Rumiantes (Small Ruminants).
The aims of the association are:
The proceedings of their 38 conferences can be found on their website: www.seoc.eu and all the abstracts are translated into English. If you have any request please contact us:
María Jesús Alcalde Aldea: President of the SEOC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Delia Lacasta: Member for international relations: email@example.com
Abdul Lateef Ahammad
4/15/2014 09:09:22 pm
I am very happy when i come across of something like this in fact i have been looking for something like this because presently in Nigeria i am the National Coordinator of NATIONAL SHEEP AND GOAT DEVELOPMENT OF NIGERIA, how can we be part of all your activities.
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