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UP COMING EVENTS FOR THE YEAR 2017


Upcoming events

World AG Expo 2017

Date:   February 14-16, 2017
Venue: International Agric- center
4500, South Laspina street Tulare California,USA.

 

Agrickexpo and Conference

Date: September 25-27, 2017
Venue: International conference centre Abuja, Nigeria.

42nd Annual Conference of Nigerian Society of Animal Production (NSAP)

Venue: Landmark University Omoran, Kwara State.
Date: March 26 – 30, 2017

 

AFRIC TECH EXPO
Date: June 14-16, 2017
Venue: Kenyatta international convention centre, Nairobi, Kenya.

 

6th ASAN – NIAS Joint Annual Meeting (Abuja 2017 JAM)

September 10 – 14, 2017

Venue: Abuja

Mandatory Continuing Professional Education (MCPE)

September 11, 2017, during the 4th ASAN-NIAS JAM

 

API Culture EXPO Africa 2018, Abuja 2018

    • AFMA Forum 2016 “Feeding the Future” March 1, 2016 –March 3 2016. Sun City South Africa.
    • Purchasing and ingredients suppliers’ conference (PISC) 7 – 11 March 2016, Hotel Monteleone 214 Royal St. New Orleans LA (USA)
    • 41ST Annual Conference of Animal Production Society of Nigeria (NSAP).Ceremonial building, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Ogun state March 20- 24th 2016.
    • National Workshop on the Application of Assisted Reproductive Techniques(ARTs) for Animal Production in Nigeria. 24th March 2016, Conference center, University of Ibadan, Oyo state.
    • 5th Global Feed and Food Congress (GFFC). April 18, 2016 Antalya Turkey
    • 9th International Feed Regulators Meeting (IFRM). April 21, 2016 Antalya Turkey
    • Global Agric. Business forum 2016. 4th  – 5th July 2016 Brazil
    • ASAN NIAS JAM Portharcourt September 2016.

    NEWS
    Nigeria’s feed production output rises.
    According to the latest Global Feed Survey by (2016 ALLTECH), Nigeria’s global ranking for animal feeds has shifted from 51st position out of 130 countries 2015 to 40th position out of 131 countries in 2016. This is attributed to Federal Government Policy on ban of importation of frozen chicken which stimulated increased local production with corresponding higher demand for feeds.