CONFERENCE PROGRAM

VIV MEA 2021 presents an interesting line-up of seminars. During these sessions, high-level industry speakers share their business know-how and innovations with a global audience. You can filter the conferences and then register following the links provided. Enjoy the inspiring talks in Abu Dhabi.

HIGHLIGHTS

FAVA - FAO - EVA – VIV MEA SEMINAR

The highlight of the program is ”One Health approach on Antimicrobial Stewardship (AMS) in livestock production by ensuring feed and food safety.”
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Poultry Marketing Round Table

The conference is organized by MEAP, WATT Global Media and VIV. This year the focus will be on Crisis Management – Adapting through uncertainties.
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SPEAKERS

Find out the exclusive list of speakers who are going to share their expertise during numerous conference sessions. It will give you an overview of the industry leaders who wait you at VIV MEA 2021.
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FULL PROGRAM

Book your seat at the sessions of your choice via this online program listing.
Additionally, if you haven’t received the VIV MEA show ticket yet, you will be first requested to register, which is a two-minute process and consequently, you can book a slot at your preferred conferences.

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HOLLAND INSPIRATION SEMINAR

The Holland Inspiration Seminar presents interesting speakers on Sustainable and profitable livestock farming 2021, introducing new and innovative ideas.
Date: 24, November, 2021
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ADVANCEMENT IN POULTRY SCIENCE - WPSA

During the UAE branch meeting, issues such as phytogenic feed additives, how to manage & feed the modern PS broiler & biosecurity in the hatchery will be discussed.
Date: 23 November, 2021

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DAIRY SEMINAR - GLOBAL DAIRY FARMERS

The seminar will focus on topics such as TMR feeding, infectious disease impacting dairy sector, cooling cows & barns and the future of anti-biotics to name a few.
Date: 23 November, 2021
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AFRICA HIGHLIGHTS - NABC

NABC along with VIV worldwide organizes the conference with focus on poultry in Africa. It contributes to an Africa that is economically thriving and globally competitive.
Date: 24 November, 2021
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