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POULTRY INDUSTRY CHALLENGES IN ARAB AREA
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, it’s a pleasure to invite you to attend
The 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE EGYPTIAN POULTRY FORUM

zootecniche 150Much more than an Exhibition, much more than a show, much more than a Competition.

As every year, the agro-zootechnical industry experts met in Cremona at the International Livestock Exhibitions where events and opportunities never fail to impress. After the great success achieved with edition of 2022, this year breeders from all over the world had the chance to meet from Thursday 30 November to Saturday 02 December 2023 thanks to this event full of activity and dynamism.

United Arab Emirates , November, 10  2023 –Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy is delighted to support 28  French companies at the upcoming 4th edition of  “VIV MEA 2023” international livestock breeding show; From November 20 to 22, 2023. The French innovative companies will showcase cutting-edge solutions held in collaboration with Bretagne Commerce International dedicated to the Animal Health & Feed and Breeding & Genetics Equipment sectors.in Hall 7 of the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.

zootechnichelogo 150M.Forte (ICE Agency): "Cremona is the reference point for this type of event at an international level"

Cremona, 1 December '23- Second day of appointments for the international event that brings together the world of animal husbandry in Cremona on the occasion of which the situation for the sector is being taken stock, highlighting it and its shadows and proposing concrete solutions in dialogue with the institutions.

PMRT2023The Poultry Industry and the Artificial Intelligence
VIV MEA - Abu Dhabi.
ADNEC Convention center
Artificial intelligence, smart cities, smart marketing, smart farming, and “smart” problems as well …
An opportunity or a threat? Are we ready to face them?

MEAP, VIV, WATT Global Media are gathering the “Crème de la crème” of the Poultry Industry to discuss the pros and cons of the digital era (AI, IT, IoT) to anticipate and mitigate uncertainties.

Looking forward to seeing you all!

viv150VIV MEA's show kicked off on monday the 20th of November with a big participation of international companies and suppliers and a big number of visitors from all over the world.

MEAP's team is participating and covering the show as usual and is sharing the lounge with VIV.

Waiting for you all !

The 4th edition of VIV MEA will take place in Abu Dhabi from 20 to 22 November. As the biggest Feed to Food exhibition in the region, VIV MEA 2023 will offer products and trade opportunities from over 525 international exhibitors to MENA region professionals.

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Kohshin Engineering, a leading Japanese company in composting technology, is thrilled to share our expertise with the world. With over 50 years of experience in this field, we have dedicated years to studying, consulting with esteemed doctors and professors, and have finally discovered the perfect conditions for transforming livestock and poultry manure into organic and nutrient-rich fertilizer.

Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists are leaving no stone—or rather, leaf—unturned in their search for new ways to counter the fungus that causes tar spot, a yield-robbing disease of field corn in the midwestern United States.

First reported in Illinois and Indiana in 2015, tar spot has now expanded to include other nearby states, as well as Florida and Canada. The disease manifests as raised black spots that mottle the leaves, husks and stalks of susceptible corn varieties, diminishing their photosynthetic ability and, in severe cases, killing the plants and inflicting grain yield losses of 20 to 60 bushels an acre.

El Effat 's global partners for integrated solutions continue for the second day October 10, with more presentations and shared information between the attendees.

El Effat trading managed to bring together Poultry Industry leaders from Egypt and international companies in a breathtaking new resort in Ain Al sokhne establishing the first global partners for integrated solutions.
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Al Zain Poultry, a Ross® 308 customer from Oman, recently celebrated their impressive broiler results with entry into our exclusive Ross Broiler Executive Club. 

How Active D helps to maintain Performance and Persistence
Mycotoxins - What is it and where is the challenge

Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by certain types of fungi, primarily molds, that can contaminate food and feed crops. These toxins are naturally occurring and can pose significant health risks to humans and animals if consumed in sufficient quantities. This fungal contamination is a global concern in agriculture and food safety. Mycotoxins can contaminate crops during cultivation, harvesting, transportation, and storage. Factors such as temperature, humidity, and poor storage conditions can promote mold growth and mycotoxin production. There are many different types of mycotoxins, some of the most well-known ones are aflatoxins, ochratoxins, fumonisins, deoxynivalenol (DON or vomitoxin), and zearalenone.

spacelogo 150pxThe SPACE show 2023 kicked off. First day open for Exhibitors and visitors.

MEAP is covering the show and is represented by Mr Ghassan Sayegh - General Manager. Visit us at our stand Hall 10 Booth E100

Perstorp is proud to announce that Katharina Haydn has joined the Animal Nutrition team as Product Manager Gut Health, with effect from 1 August 2023.

Haydn will focus on running strategic projects as a part of the company’s Gut Health Product Management team and report to Dr. Antonia Tacconi.

Exhibiting at AgraME can help you generate business like never before. With the help of carefully targeted marketing campaigns, AgraME has become a unique platform that brings together professionals from Agriculture, Horticulture and Indoor Farming, Livestock Nutrition and Health, Agtech and Aquaculture.

MEAP 150X175 VIVMEA23The Next Edition of VIV MEA will be taking place from 20 till 22 November 2023 at ADNEC - Abu Dhabi.
VIV MEA is the major B2B event for animal husbandry in the Middle East. It is a truly regional hub, hosted in the U.A.E. but attracting professionals from the whole region, with around 70% of the visitors coming from abroad, with Middle East, Africa and Asia in the lead. Exhibitors participate from more than 50 countries. The show also offers a riche conference program covering dairy, fish, poultry, eggs, cattle, calves, goat, and camels. Strongly driven by business, VIV MEA offers more products and trade opportunities to the MENA region professionals.

Register now on https://www.databadge.net/vivm2023/reg/viv/?card=10003819

In July 2023, Kohshin Engineering warmly welcomes its new CEO, Mr. Kazunori Sumiya.CEOKohshin 450px

What prompted the company to expand overseas?

In 2000, when subsidies for poultry manure processors were cut off and the domestic market reached a ceiling, I was sent overseas to develop the market through a trial-and-error process. 23 years have passed since the company entered overseas markets, and I feel that the name Kohshin Engineering is finally gaining recognition in the poultry farming equipment sector overseas. While I have been primarily responsible for South America, Europe, Russia, and China, I recently discovered that the company is well-known among Asian customers.

Phileo by Lesaffre brought together more than 100 key stakeholders of the livestock industry at their new factory to discuss the future of a sustainable agriculture.

Mid June Phileo by Lesaffre celebrated the opening of the new factory in Valladolid, Spain, more than 100 customers and business partners from the agricultural industry joined Phileo for an afternoon and evening of networking and celebration followed by a thought-provoking symposium entitled ‘Reconciling Planet, People and Profit for a positive impact.’

Tyson Foods Inc. announced it will invest $70 million to build a state-of-the-art hatchery in Hope, Arkansas.

The new hatchery will replace an existing facility and triple the capacity, feeding into operational efficiencies at the company’s nearby poultry processing complexes in Hope and Nashville, Ark. Construction on the 131,000-sq.-ft. hatchery is expected to be completed by late 2024.

Vano Group, our exclusive Ross® Grandparent (GP) distributor recently celebrated their 20-year anniversary with a customer seminar, which took place at the Van Royal hotel in Erbil, Iraq, from 17-18 May.

sipsalogoThe 21st edition of the "Sipsa Filaha" fair ended with success and positive feedback,despite the current situation, climate change,the food crisis the show achieved its objectives and was a space for exchange, knowledge, experience, inter-professionalism next to agriculture and agri-food business contacts.The fair welcomed 35,000 professional visitors, according to the organizer.

Hatching eggs are commonly disinfected prior to incubation. For many years, the disinfectant of choice has been formaldehyde (or formalin, which is 37% formaldehyde in water). Formaldehyde is easily converted into a gas, so that all that is needed for it to reach the total surface of all the eggs in the fumigation room is a little air recirculation. Formaldehyde is also an effective and inexpensive disinfectant. However, its carcinogenic properties mean that more and more countries are banning its use, so that hatcheries are looking for an alternative, also with improved labour conditions in mind.

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