Mycotoxins&Salmonella2013, March 12, 2013 - Bangkok, Thailand
This conference features technical papers on two of the key issues facing animal feed producers and livestock farmers in Asia today – mycotoxins and salmonella – and brings to Bangkok internationally renowned experts from around the world.
The organizers of Mycotoxins2011 have responded to positive feedback after that event and created Mycotoxins&Salmonella2013 which will be held at the Imperial Queens Park Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on Tuesday 12th March 2013 (the day before VIV Asia). This conference features technical papers on two of the key issues facing animal feed producers and livestock farmers in Asia today – mycotoxins and salmonella – and brings to Bangkok internationally renowned experts from around the world.
The Mycotoxins half of the conference looks at the current Asia Pacific situation, Fusaria, toxin control, influence on the inflammatory response and the mycotoxin control whereas the Salmonella half of the event looks at EU and USA regulations, control in feed, European experiences, biosecurity and vaccination and the two halves are linked by a presentation on testing feed for mycotoxins and salmonella.
Mycotoxins&Salmonella2013 is a one day independent technical conference on the subjects of its title that is targeted at livestock directors and farmers, feed mill managers, veterinarians, nutritionists and anyone involved in the production of safe animal feed
All of Mycotoxins&Salmonella2013 speakers are experts in their own field and have a wealth of experience to share with delegates
This is a must attend conference for anyone involved in livestock farming and animal feed production. Mycotoxins&Salmonella2013 will be a unique Asian networking opportunity for anyone involved in mycotoxin and salmonella control and a great way to start your VIV Asia week.
The conference fee is just £UK100 and this includes lunch and a set of the papers. For further information see Conferences Section on www.positiveaction.co.uk and to book your place(s) please contact email@example.com