The 8th IDF International symposium on sheep, goat and other non-cow milk will take place in Brussels, Belgium on the 4 and 5 May 2020.
Presentations will describe the latest scientific advances about milk originating from other animals than cows on the fields of human nutrition, science and technology, milk production and quality, as well as advances on animal health. You can register here.
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The 38th Discover Conference – AUTOMATION IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY will be held May 11-13, 2020 at the Eaglewood Resort & Spa in Itasca, IL The program will bring together researchers, industry partners, producers, and government to discuss current and future technologies and best management practices for success. Details are available on the conference website.
The VISIONS III Star Gazing the Galaxy of Animal Genetics and Genomics will take place in Ames, Iowa, 19-20 May 2020. A look into the future! Plenary talks and extensive discussions. Attendance limited to 150 participants. For registration and more information please visit the conference website.
The XX Reunión Nacional de Mejora Genética Animal will take place at the ETS de Ingeniería Agronómica, Alimentaria y de Biosistemas, EDIFICIO PRINCIPAL-Salón de actos in Madrid, Spain, from 3rd to 5th June 2020. Information is available in Spanish on the website.
In 2020 ICQG6 will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, in Brisbane, Australia. The 6th International Conference of Quantitative Genetics (ICQG6) will bring together researchers in agriculture, human health, natural species and evolutionary genetics from across the world united in their interest in understanding and translating the contribution of genetic variation of quantitative traits. For more details visit the website.
The LAGE (Large Animal Genetic Engineering) Summit will be held at the Chateaux Deer Valley, Park City, Utah, on June 14th-17th, 2020.
Detailed information and registration is available on the website of the event.
The 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA®) will be held in beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida, and is the most comprehensive dairy science meeting in the world. As a global forum for professionals, educators, and students, the meeting will attract more than 1,800 dairy foods and production specialists from around the world with common but diverse interests in the future of dairy science. For more information visit the website.
The Symposium will be held in Vienna from 22 to 26 June 2020 and the objectives are to provide information and share knowledge on modern and novel technologies in animal production and health, and their application to support sustainable livestock production systems. The symposium welcomes scientists, academics, research managers, laboratory personnel, policy-makers from governmental and non-governmental organizations, private sector actors and representatives of international and national donor agencies, foundations and trusts. For more information visit the website.
The Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW) is holding the 7th of its series of one day conferences on ‘Recent advances in animal welfare science’ on 1st July 2020. This meeting aims to provide a forum at which the broad and growing international community of scientists, veterinary surgeons and others concerned with animal welfare can come together to share knowledge and practice. For further information and abstract submission guidelines, please visit the UFAW website.