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June 19, 2005
United States

Mycotoxins & Phycotoxins Conference

Conference to be held at Colby College in Waterville, Maine (USA), to ensure the safety and security of the food supply!
May 24, 2005
Netherlands

Rapid Methods Europe 2005 – International Conference

This international conference and marketplace is aimed at a wide range of scientist and technologists wishing to gain insight into rapid methods for food and feed quality determination.
May 22, 2005
United States

Alltech's 21st Annual International Feed Industry Symposium

Preparation: Rapid adaptation, the foundation for the new global economy. Alltech's annual international Symposium is THE must attend event in the animal feed industry with over 1,300 feed industry professionals from around the globe in attendance. Held in Lexington, Kentucky each year, it is the place for global feed industry professionals to listen, learn and share ideas with industry leaders.
May 10, 2005
United Kingdom

Cereal mycotoxins: managing Fusarium, a supply chain approach Conference

Avoidance of mycotoxins in the cereal supply chain is of prime importance in assuring food safety. With forthcoming changes in EU legislation regarding fusarium mycotoxin content in cereals, there is a need to understand the implications for all parts of the cereal food industry chain, from farm level to final product. In order to fully appreciate the effects of these legislative changes, the impact of agronomic practice, storage and supply, and the possible development of new cereal varieties, need to be considered.
February 27, 2005
France

SIMA 2005

The Paris International Agri-Business Show to be held from 27 February to 3 March, at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre - France.
January 27, 2005
Germany

IPM 2005

The 2005 IPM (Internationale Pflanzenmesse Die Weltmesse) will take place January 27-30 in 2005, and be held in Essen (Germany). The show combines exhibitions of all fields of horticultural production including plants, technique, floristry and retail. Around 1,350 exhibitors from 450 countries will be present at the 2005 show. In addition 60,000 visitors from 50 countries are expected to attend the show.
January 18, 2005
Denmark

Agromek 2005

Agromek is the largest annual agricultural mechanization exhibition in Northern Europe. All the latest developments in machines, equipment, production aids and knowhow from more than 1,300 manufacturers in 30 different countries can be studied at Agromek. It will be held at the Exhibition Centre Herning (Denmark).
November 23, 2004

Expoaviga 2004

Open to all sectors of animal production, A Trade Fair Open To The World; Expoaviga, the livestock breeding technology trade fair, reaches its 15th edition acknowledged as a world reference for professionals within the sector. thanks to its international character and highly technical focus.
November 8, 2004
Germany

Agri Technica 2004

The international DLG exhibition for agricultural machinery, is once again, a highlight for Europe's agricultural branch. Almost 228,000 visitors came to the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover, between 9 and 15 November last year. With over 38,000 visitors from abroad a new record was created. Exhibitors, visitors, and the German Agricultural Society (DLG) as organiser are completely satisfied. Agritechnica visitors are fascinated anew by the complete programme of agricultural machinery presented at each exhibition.
November 4, 2004
Austria

World Nutrition Forum 2004

Welcome to the future of animal nutrition in a worldwide perspective, to be held in Austria.
October 24, 2004
Netherlands

Agricultural trade, the World Trade Organization and the Doha Round

The course “Agricultural trade, the World Trade Organization and the Doha Round” will cover the recent historical developments in agrifood trade policy, up to and including the current state of affairs in the negotiations. It will look at the underlying economic implications of the positions taken by the main agrifood trading countries/blocks, as well as the political economy aspects of the negotiations. The functioning of the WTO and the impact of the URAA provisions since it came into force will be analysed, not only as regards their effectiveness in reducing distortions to agrifood trade flows but also with respect to regulating market access on sanitary or phytosanitary grounds and the procedures for settling disputes. The main focus of the course will be on the Doha Round, including th arguments used by the main actors and what is at stake for them, and the latest developments in the negotiations.
October 11, 2004

ISAH 2004

It is a pleasure to invite you to the in-between ISAH congress organized in Saint-Malo, France (October 11-13, 2004). Critical issues relating to European animal production will be addressed by a number of distinguished experts. We would like to bring in the current scientific knowledge and related main outcome (innovating methods and technologies, newly formated livestock farming systems …) that could help to overcome the problems encountered and by the way contribute to have a lively, efficient and sustainable European livestock sector. Three main fields will be covered: animal production and society, animal health and veterinary public health.
September 29, 2004
Switzerland

GlobalGrain 2004

Following the huge success of GlobalGrain 2003, which attracted 300 delegates from 30 countries worldwide, GlobalGrain 2004 will present even more opportunities to meet and trade alongside an exciting programme.
September 26, 2004
Australia

4th International Crop Science Congress

We are delighted to invite you to attend the 4th International Crop Science Congress, to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in Queensland, Australia from 26 September - 1 October 2004. 4ICSC will incorporate the 5th Asian Crop Science Congress (5ACSC) and the 12th Australian Agronomy Conference (12AAC). The program for 5ACSC is fully embedded within the 4ICSC program as special Asian focused symposia in each of the Congress themes. 4ICSC will also contain symposia specifically sponsored by the Australian Society of Agronomy as part of 12AAC. The combined program will review and harness the best science in all disciplines that must be integrated to achieve sustainable development in the great cropping systems that feed the world.
September 16, 2004
Denmark

5th Baltic Grain Exchange 2004

DAKOFO, the Danish Grain and Feed Trade Association, and ProAgro, the Danish Association of Agri Broker Services, are pleased to invite you to the 5th Baltic Grain Exchange for grain and feedstuffs as well as representatives of the logistic/service sector on Thursday, 16th September 2004, at "BØRSEN", Slotsholmsgade, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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