EuroTier China 2020: Technical programme alongside pre-event summer webinar series

antibiotic feed 4 JuneThe DLG (German Agricultural Society), organiser of EuroTier China, to take place from 7-9 September 2020 in Chengdu in China, has unveiled the technical programme for the EuroTier China 2020 international trade fair for animal farming professionals

A series of webinars comprising international livestock speakers will take place ahead of the event with the full technical programme taking place at the exhibition itself. The topics include food safety, antibiotic-free feed and the use of Chinese medicine for livestock. Keen to gather knowledge that will improve their animal production skills, EuroTier China attendees will benefit from the expanded technical programme at EuroTier China from May through to September. 

EuroTier China is focused on presenting to Chinese farming experts. This will include livestock technologies as well as applicable technical knowledge in the dairy, cattle, pig and poultry sectors.

EuroTier China’s technical program was kicked off last week with a Sino-European Pig Summit webinar. 

“I am pleased with the launch of our online webinar series accompanying the technical programme at EuroTier China 2020 because they come at a time of two major challenges facing farmers, which are African swine fever (ASF) and of course the COVID-19 pandemic. Knowledge sharing is crucial in order to identify solutions for now and for the future,” said Sven Häuser, project lead, knowledge centre for animal husbandry at DLG.

“The ‘1st Sino-European Pig Summit Webinar’ was concluded last week with over 150 participants from 26 countries including the USA, Germany, Netherlands, France, Spain, Russia, Brazil, Canada, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam. I am very pleased as it bore testimony to the strength and cohesiveness of the global animal farming industry,” added Häuser.

The upcoming webinars include: Dairy Summit Webinar (8 June); Aquaculture Summit Webinar (22 June); Second National Animal Breeding Congress and EuroTier Dairy Forum on Calf Health (both on 6 September); EuroTier China Dairy Forum on Milk Sheep and Fourth Animal Health and Food Safety Congress (both on 7 September); China Goose Conference, Chinese Medicine Applications in Antibiotics-Free Animal Feed, China Animal Vaccination Conference and International Biogas Forum (all on 8 September).

“Building on the success from last year, we are using our experience and feedback from all our stakeholders to offer attendees a world class technical program tailored to the specific needs of the surrounding regions. This exchange is critical as the industry embarks on taking the necessary next steps to address the challenges we are currently facing,” said Peter Grothues, managing director, DLG Services GmbH.

EuroTier China is organised in collaboration with the National Animal Husbandry Services (NAHS) China and Beijing Tech, subsidiary organisations of the Ministry of Agriculture, People’s Republic of China. EuroTier China and DLG work with a number of specialty and leading organisations and institutions to deliver the technical program such as National Animal Health Alliance, China Dairy Magazine, Chinese Medicine Alliance, CAAS Feed Institute, Beijing Agricultural College, MoRA Biogas Institute, the China Biogas Society (CBS).

DLG Forums

In addition to the conferences, workshops and seminars that attendees at EuroTier China can access for free, the trade fair will once again feature the DLG Forum which is a technical presentation area situated within the exhibition halls of the event. Hosted at the Chengdu Century City New International Exhibition and Convention Centre, the DLG Forum at EuroTier China offers professional trade visitors a variety of technical presentations around the clock from the start to the end of the event. Experts from around the world give carefully curated presentations and participate in audience engaging panel discussions on crucial topics that are currently in focus for the animal farming community.

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