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3rd International Conference on Veterinary & Livestock, will be organized around the theme “Leading Innovation in Veterinary & Livestock”

Livestock 2017 is comprised of 14 tracks and 85 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Livestock 2017.

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In Livestock and Health events, the nutritional needs of farm animals are well understood and may be satisfied through natural forage and fodder alone, or augmented by direct supplementation of nutrients in concentrated, controlled form. The nutritional quality of Animal feed is influenced not only by the nutrient content, but also by many other factors such as feed presentation, hygiene, digestibility, and effect on intestinal health. Conference on Feed additives provide a mechanism through which these nutrient deficiencies can be resolved effect the rate of growth of such animals and also their health and well-being. Even with all the benefits of higher quality feed, most of a farm animal's diet still consists of grain-based ingredients because of the higher costs of quality feed.

  • Track 1-1Livestock Industry
  • Track 1-2Livestock Husbandry, Breeding and Genetics
  • Track 1-3Livestock Business
  • Track 1-4Cattle and Ruminant Livestock
  • Track 1-5Sheep and Goat Livestock
  • Track 1-6Fisheries Livestock
  • Track 1-7Swine Livestock
  • Track 1-8Equine Livestock

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.

  • Track 2-1Food Safety
  • Track 2-2Livestock Handling and Transportation
  • Track 2-3Development and Implementation
  • Track 2-4Interstate Movement Documentation
  • Track 2-5Official Identification
  • Track 2-6Poultry Farm Management
  • Track 2-7Dairy Farm Management
  • Track 2-8Grazing Lands and Sustainable Grasslands
  • Track 2-9Poultry Diseases
  • Track 2-10Cattle Diseases
  • Track 2-11Swine Diseases

Precision livestock farming is a tool that imparts continuous automated real-time data to help monitor and manage livestock production and ameliorate individual animal or overall performance. Many years of innovation and early adoption of new technologies has enhanced their success. The pace of change and range of opportunities are unlikely to diminish in the future and we surmise it is vital for all farmers to keep in touch with innovations and understand how they can be applied to their farming businesses to improve their management and physical and financial performance.

  • Track 3-1Livestock building design for animal welfare and health
  • Track 3-2GPS and GIS technologies
  • Track 3-3Animal rearing- fertilizer
  • Track 3-4Bio-mass
  • Track 3-5Livestock business methods

The livestock industry governs production for optimal yields to ensure economic viability and to supply sufficient volumes to feed huge populations. Organic farmers need to understand the nutritional needs of the livestock in order to yield palatable and nutritious organic animal products. The animal’s behaviour, growth pattern, reproductive capacity and food production are closely acquainted linked to the feed it consumes. The nutritional value of the feed and the feed ingredient’s must be delicately balanced. The results of good organic management and good organic feed include the appreciable taste, colour, texture, nutritional value and optimal yield of the food product. Animals, including humans, have a hierarchy of needs. The prime uses of nutrients derived from food are for general maintenance and reproduction. This channels the animal’s nutrients to survive, proceed and perform basic bodily functions. If there is additional vitality and protein available, the animal may be able to consign resources to growth and good body condition.  If animals appearing healthy but are not producing enough eggs, milk or meat for you, you may have a problem with a lack of energy and protein in the feed. 

  • Track 4-1Feed quality and safety guidelines
  • Track 4-2Ruminant Nutrition
  • Track 4-3Livestock Protein Supply
  • Track 4-4Livestock Nutrition Aspects
  • Track 4-5Non-Ruminant Nutrition
  • Track 4-6Sustainability according to the feed type

Event on Poultry farming is a lucrative and popular business throughout the world. But it can be a risky business suddenly, especially if we are not concerned about poultry feed management. Success in the poultry farming business majority depends on feeding quality and feed formulation system. For proper growth, egg production and good health, poultry birds require energy. In order to acquire desired growth rate, you must have to purchase and provide highly nutritious poultry feed. Excluding adequate and quality feeding, we can’t run your business properly. As a poultry farmer, we should always produce and sale fresh and healthy birds and quality eggs. For producing quality eggs and meat you have to feed birds quality feed. This will also enhance to get maximum returns from your poultry farming business. Here we are discussing more about poultry feed events and different types of necessary ingredients in the feed.

  • Track 5-1Poultry Nutrition, Health and Physiology
  • Track 5-2Poultry Feed Formulation
  • Track 5-3Poultry Feed Additives
  • Track 5-4Broiler, Layer, Breeder Feed
  • Track 5-5Probiotic Feed
  • Track 5-6Poultry performance and farm productivity
  • Track 5-7Poultry Management and Processing

Cattle informal cow are the most common type of large domesticated ungulates. They are a prominent present member of the subfamily Bovinae, are the popular widespread species of the genus Bos, and are most commonly classified together as Bos taurus. Cattle are grown as livestock for meat (beef and veal), as dairy animals for milk and different dairy products, and draft animals like (oxen or bullocks that pull carts, plows and other implements). Other products involve leather and dung for manure or fuel. In some regions of India, cattle have significant religious meaning. Nearly eighty progenitors domesticated in southeast countries about 10,500 years ago, according to an estimate from 2003, there are 1.3 billion cattle over the world. In 2009, cattle became one of the first livestock animal’s events to have a completely mapped genome. Some conclude that cattle is the oldest form of wealth, and cattle raiding consequently one of the earliest forms of theft.

  • Track 6-1Cattle Breeds
  • Track 6-2Dairy Cattle
  • Track 6-3Beef Cattle
  • Track 6-4Cattle Supplements
  • Track 6-5Cattle Husbandary
  • Track 6-6Cattle Livestock

Nutrition plays a vital role in the overall productivity, health, and well-being of the sheep flock. Because feed price account for around two-thirds of the total cost of production on most Virginia sheep farms, it is important that manufacturer consider nutrition management a top priority. Nutrient requirements meeting of sheep vary with differences in age, body weight, and stage of growth. The five major categories of nutrients required by sheep are: water, energy, protein, vitamins and minerals. During the grazing period, sheep are able to meet their nutrient requirements from pasture a salt and mineral supplement. Hay is given to the flock when forages are limited, and grain may be added to the diet at particular stages of production when additional nutrient supplementation is required. Small grain pastures or stockpiled fescue grass can supply up to one-half of the feed requirements of the ewe flock during the winter. For winter-born lambs, creep diets and the diets for early-weaned lambs are formulated from high energy feed grains and protein supplements to promote accelerated production. Grazing season, pastures of mixed grass and clover, alfalfa, small grain, and turnip plays as excellent role of nutrition for growing lambs. A source of clean, fresh water is provided to sheep at all times.

  • Track 7-1Sheep Health and Physiology
  • Track 7-2Sheep nutrition and feeding
  • Track 7-3Sheep Feed Supplement
  • Track 7-4Lamb feed
  • Track 7-5Creep feeding
  • Track 7-6Commercial sheep feed & management

Livestock Feed percentage of agricultural gross production is used for animal nutrition purposes. These products has been used directly, i.e. grasses, silages and grains, other feedstuffs of animal or plant origin do not reach feedstuff status until multiple steps of processing (to provide human food) have been carried out. These products are commonly known as by-products, i.e. soy bean meal, rice bran, fish meal and dried distiller’s grain. Finally manufactured feedstuffs exist, these feedstuffs majorly involve feed additives (i.e. amino acids, enzymes, minerals, vitamins) that help enhance the standard of diet compositions based on primary products (direct use) and by-products. Meeting on feed ingredient is a major component or constituent or any combination/mixture added to and comprising the feed. Feed includes might include grains, milling by products, added vitamins, minerals, fats/oils, and other nutritional and energy sources. Animal feed provide a practical outlet for plant and animal by-products not suitable for human consumption.

  • Track 8-1Cattle Feed Ingredients
  • Track 8-2Poultry Feed Ingredients
  • Track 8-3Dairy Feed Ingredients
  • Track 8-4Fish Feed Ingredients
  • Track 8-5Swine Feed Ingredients

Analysing the impact of increasing rapidly feed costs on animal agriculture events, it’s important to consider the causes of these rising prices as well as overall solutions to the problems resulting from higher feed costs. A variety of issues have contributed to higher feed grain prices. However, unlike most other periods of rising grain prices, recent price have been increased driven primarily by strong demand, not supply shocks. In particular, rapid growth of ethanol production in the United States has been a major factor. Feed additives market continues to be a lucrative market for companies dealt with feed additive products. The market players are responding to the emerging opportunities by spreading their global presence and product lines. The market for feed additives, on the basis of types it has been classified into antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, antibiotics, acidifiers, binders, and others. The classification is based on livestock are poultry, swine, cattle, aquatic animals, and others. The market, by region, is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). The feed additives market function is expected to reach USD 18.0 Billion by 2015 at a CAGR of 3.9% by 2020. Feed additives meetings help in improving animal health and increase productivity by assuring enriched nutrients along with the feedstuff, which accelerates growth & weight gain, develops immunity against diseases, and improve overall performance of the livestock.

  • Track 9-1Feed Markets
  • Track 9-2Feed Competition
  • Track 9-3Agribusiness
  • Track 9-4Organic Feed
  • Track 9-5Livestock Feed Business Methods

 Fodder or an animal feed is any agricultural food stuff used specifically to feed domesticated livestock, as follows cattle, goats, sheep, horses, chickens and pigs. Animal feed plays an important part in the food chain and has impacts for the composition and standards of the livestock products (milk, meat and eggs) that people consume. The Food Standards Agency is accountable for drawing up the rules on the composition and marketing of animal feed. With the quick rise of the industrial food animal production unit, an increasing number of food animals once raised on pastures are now uplifted in feedlots. Feedlot elevated animals are kept indoors for the majority of the year, and they are given formulated feed additive to speed up their production to market weight and supply them with essential nutrients, while minimizing value to operators. Concerns have arisen about the content of these feeds, however, as grain-based diets can produce serious and at times fatal digestive tract problems in livestock production meetings such as cows, goats, and sheep whose stomachs are opt suited to digesting high-cellulose containing plants like grass.

  • Track 10-1Feed Resources
  • Track 10-2Feed Demand & Supply
  • Track 10-3Feed Economy
  • Track 10-4Feed marketing chain
  • Track 10-5Pet feed & horse feed supplies

Grain crimping is an Agro technology, an organic way to preserve feed grain into livestock fodder by fermentation. Crimped grain enhance health benefits to the animals and economic benefits such as cost savings and rising meat or milk production to the rancher. Feed mixers have been used in feed mills for the mixing of feed ingredients and premixes. The mixer plays a key role in the feed production process, with efficient mixing being the key to good feed production. If feed is not assorted properly, ingredients and nutrients will not be properly distributed with it comes time to expel and pelletize the feed, or else if the feed is to be used as mash. This means that not only the feed not have nutrition values and benefit, it could be bad for the animals/fish/shrimp that are eating it.

  • Track 11-1Animal Feed Mill Equipment
  • Track 11-2Feed Technologies
  • Track 11-3Livestock Feeding Equipment
  • Track 11-4Livestock Feed Pelleting
  • Track 11-5Feed security
  • Track 11-6Feed and Bio fuel

Organic production is one of the best options available to livestock producers to grow and market standard livestock and wholesome products. Organic livestock management practices lead unique rewards and challenges to the livestock producer nonetheless of the animal species produced. Organic livestock is often essential tool for the integration of animal-pasture-crop production is to be successfully.  There are a number of considerations that need to be sorted to successful product certified organic livestock and products. Origin of Livestock and livestock products from the organic livestock that are sold, labelled, or advertised as organic.  They must be from livestock that originate from animals that were maintained under continuous organic management from the certain period of last third of gestation or at hatching.

  • Track 12-1Organic Nutrition
  • Track 12-2Organic GMO Poultry Feed
  • Track 12-3Organic Goat Feed
  • Track 12-4Organic Cattle Feed
  • Track 12-5Organic Livestock Feed
  • Track 12-6Organic Livestock Production

The pre step in the marketing process is producing the type of stock - hogs, beef cattle, or sheep - that the livestock producer must to produce. Of course, the producer must produce the kind of animals that the market place wants. It is often a cost effective process to produce an animal that the market place doesn't particularly want. To the astute livestock producer/marketer, for marketing means more than just selling. Astute marketing involves the entire planning process required to produce, merchandise and price a commodity. Other essential components of the production and marketing process include estimating production price, calculating cash flow needs, knowing what type and quality of animal has been produced and which consumer will be interested in that type of animal. A final, and equally important, step in the plan is estimating the pricing and delivery alternatives.

Animal welfare is the well-being of animals. The standards of "good" animal welfare noted considerably between few different contexts. These standards are under constant review and are debated, created and revised by animal welfare groups, legislators and academics worldwide. Animal welfare science uses various measures, like longevity, disease, immunosuppression, behaviour, physiology, and reproduction, although there is debate regarding it in which of these indicators provide the best information

  • Track 13-1Market efficiency
  • Track 13-2Exchange and price
  • Track 13-3Animal rights
  • Track 13-4Animal care Resources
  • Track 13-5Animal Ethics & Permission for Animal Experiments
  • Track 13-6Organizations and Institutional laws
  • Track 13-7Bio-Security
  • Track 13-8Farm Animal Database

Livestock Nutrition 2016 has an opportunities for converting potential ideas into great business. The present conference will bring together to facilitate an active and beneficial interaction between trade and business community in the International market and the Manufacturers releated to Livestock Nutrition & Feed Industries World wide. This investment meet’s who exercises initiative by organizing a venture to take benefit of an opportunity and, as the decision maker, decides what, how, and how much of a good or service will be produced