Animal Disease Management & Traceability

Livestock management events require strong business sense and a firm understanding of how farms and ranches operate. If you enjoy working with animals and leading people, you might find a rewarding career in this field. Livestock managers are responsible for running the business of poultry farms, dairy farms, cattle ranches or other livestock-related agribusinesses conferences.

Animal disease traceability, or knowing where diseased and at-risk animals are, where they’ve been, and when, is very important to ensuring a rapid response when animal disease events take place. Animal disease traceability does not prevent disease; yet, an efficient and accurate traceability system helps reduce the number of animals involved in a disease investigation and reduces the time needed to respond. Reducing the number of animal owners impacted by an animal disease event reduces the economic strain on owners and affected communities.

  • Swine Diseases
  • Poultry Diseases
  • Poultry Farm Management
  • Dairy Farm Management
  • Livestock Handling and Transportation
  • Grazing Lands and Sustainable Grasslands
  • Cattle Diseases
  • Development and Implementation
  • Interstate Movement Documentation
  • Official Identification
  • Food Safety

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June 29- July 01, 2017

11th European Nutrition and Dietetics Conference

Melia Avenida America, Madrid, Spain
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Global Diet and Nutrition Meeting

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16th World Congress on Nutrition and Food Chemistry

Zurich, Switzerland
October 02-03, 2017

17th Global Dieticians and Nutritionists Annual Meeting

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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3rd International Conference on Livestock & Nutrition

Bangkok, Thailand
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19th International Congress on Nutrition & Health

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