Ilorin 2018 ASAN -NIAS 7th Joint Annual Meeting
Date: September 9-13, 2018
Time: 8:00 am daily
Venue: Government House Banquet Hall, GRA, Ilorin, Kwara State
NIAS South East Zone holds a poultry Management workshop
Theme: Sustainable Piggery Management for Job and Wealth Creation
Date: Thursday 24th, August 2017
Time: 9:00 am
Venue: Imo International Convention Center, Owerri, Imo State
NIAS IMPLEMENTS IFIF/FAO TRAINING FOR OTHER STAKEHOLDERS IN THE FEED MILL INDUSTRIES
As feed production in Nigeria continues to expand in volume and value in response to increase in demand from Farm establishments, capacity building of stakeholders in the industry is one of the key priorities.READ MORE
Council at its 35th meeting reviewed the issues of registration of Animal Scientists who graduated before the Institute came on board but not yet registered with the Institute and others as the case may be, and directed as follows: READ MORE......
Senate Committee on Agricultural and Rural Development Paid Oversight visit to Nigerian Institute of Animal Science.
The Senate Committee on Agricultural and Rural Development led by its Chairman Senator Adamu Abdullahi paid an oversight visit to Nigerian Institute of Animal Science at NIAS Secretariat Okanje at 4:30 pm on 11th October, 2016. The exercise was a supervisory oversight on the activities of Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Departments and Agencies. The Committee monitors policies and programmes by way of oversight to ensure that fund appropriated in each fiscal year are judiciously utilized and accounted for. READ MORE
Professional Resource Verification of Animal Science Department Kogi State University
Nigerian Institute of Animal Science in line with its statutory mandate under took professional resource verification of human and material resources used in teaching Animal Science programme in Kogi State University on 13- 14th of October 2016. FOR MORE READ HERE...
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.
Trainer and participants at IFIF Global Animal nutrition program: Train- the- Trainers capacity development for implementation of codex code of practice for good animal feeding held at Sheraton Hotel Lagos Oct. 28th-30th 2015