Each year, there are a number of poultry-related conferences and meetings that are well worth attending. Brief details on each, and links to their homepages are given below.
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5 – 9 August 2012
Bahia Convention Center
Salvador – Bahia – Brazil
The Australian Poultry Science Symposium is the premier avian science conference in Australia and attracts delegates from Asia, Australasia, the Americas and Europe. The event is held annual, usually around February and on Sydney University Campus. Click here for more information.
The Australasian Veterinary Poultry Association began as a forum that gave Australian poultry veterinarians a chance to exchange view and information with each other. Since its inception, it has grown and changed and now includes suppliers of technical information other than veterinarians. AVPA is holds two scientific meetings per year. One is generally held following on from APSS. Meetings are attended by veterinarians, researchers and producers and are always a good time. Further details can be found here.
The Poultry Information Exchange is the largest poultry conference held in the southern hemisphere, and in 2012 had over 1200 delegates and 120 trade exhibitors. Held biannually at the Gold Coast, it boasts a full program of symposia, lectures and workshops streamed into chicken meat and egg production. A busy social program accompanies the meeting ensuring an enjoyable time for all. Information about PIX is maintained by the PIX organising committee here.
Hosted by the School of Environmental and Rural Science at the University of New England, the Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition conference is held biannually at UNE campus in Armidale, NSW. For more information, click here.
Poultry Science Association - Annual Meeting
European Poultry Conference (2010)
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These lists contain organisations and individuals associated with the Australian poultry industry