From the most technical aspects to those related to the market and to organic supply chains.
Wednesday 5 April
We will start at 9 am (Europa Hall) with a forum dedicated to exporting “Italian animal husbandry know-how and technologies to Cina”, followed at 3.30 pm (Borsa 2 Hall) by a meeting promoted by Zao Bank and Fiera di Forlì dedicated to “the Italian system for the agricultural and food sector in Russia”. The day will end at 4 pm (Europa Hall) with a workshop on “Agro-parks, rural development and investment opportunities in Africa”.
Thursday 6 April
The day will start at 9.30 am (Europa Hall) with the conference organised by Mark Up and Fiera di Forlì on “Prospects for distribution in the poultry sector. The position of retailers and industry: future scenarios, the approach to policy-makers and consumers”, featuring key players from the supply chain and large-scale retail buyers.
Also at 9.30 am (Borsa 2 Hall) there will be a conference promoted by the Italian branch of the World Poultry Science Association (WPSA), dedicated to prospects for the poultry sector in the Mediterranean region, to discover together possible expansion areas with regard to this industry.
At 2.00 pm (Europa Hall) it will be the turn of the Italian Poultry Pathology Association (Società italiana di patologia aviare, Sipa) for a workshop on “The health condition of poultry farming in Italy: focus on the major diseases reported during 2016”, a real must for experts and veterinarians.
At the same time, also at 2.00 pm (Borsa 2 Hall) there will be a meeting on “Regulatory framework and market prospects for organic farming” in Italy, promoted by Assoavi, Federbio and Fiera di Forlì.
Friday 7 April
At 9 am (Europa Hall) Sipa focus its attention once again on “Viral respiratory diseases in the poultry sector: diagnostic and epidemiology updates and control strategies”, an essential opportunity to discuss what actions can be taken in order to safeguard Italian farms.
Also at 9 am (Borsa 1 Hall) Asic (Associazione scientifica italiana di coniglicoltura) - the Italian Scientific Association for Rabbit Breeding- will be chairing a round table on “Rabbit farming sustainability”, with specific regard to recent EU decisions on the subject of animal welfare.
Also in the morning, at 9.30 (Borsa 2 Hall) the focus will be on “Enhancing egg production in Italy”, a meeting promoted by Assoavi and Fiera di Forlì, dedicated to the opportunities offered by quality trademarks.
A high-quality schedule to delve into the poultry and rabbit supply chain in search of new prospects for development.