1st EAAP Webinar: “COVID-19 impact on livestock farming”

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February 22, 2021

COVID-19 impact on livestock farming EAAP has been delivering programs on animal science for over 70 years. After careful planning, we are this year going to provide some outstanding webinars by inviting top speakers who will introduce subjects related to animal science and livestock industry to scientists and technicians. This webinar inaugurates the Webinar series that is planned to be organized monthly to inform, update, disseminate with high profile speakers the EAAP individual members. The EAAP Webinars will be held monthly, in the afternoon of the second Tuesday of the month. The speakers are selected to offer to participants exclusive inside on the topics. With the first EAAP Webinar we intend to enlighten about wider on the impact on food supply chain and sustainable livestock systems with a lecture offered by Michael Lee, Harper Adams University (UK), and on animal research funding policies with the experience of Martin
Scholten, Wageningen University and Research (the Netherlands), but also on the particular aspects of its effect on animal health through the narration of Christian Gortázar, Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha (Spain), and animal welfare, through a lecture given by Laura Boyle, Teagasc (Ireland).
Attending EAAP Webinars, you will be able to stay on top of the latest research and gain new inspiration. Connect and network through a range of interactive presentations, discussions and workshops. Get updates on the latest results and opinion about animal science and livestock industry. You can use this program also to teach your students.

Useful information:
What: EAAP Webinar
Title: COVID-19 impact on livestock farming
When: Tuesday, March 9th 2021, 14:00 – 17:00 Central European Time
Chair: Isabel Casasús Pueyo (EAAP President)
How to participate: EAAP will send a link to all its members. The link will be disseminated through socials,
EAAP Newsletters and website.

Register to the webinar for free here!

Read information about the program here