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Organizer:

Network for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh (BDvetNET)

Date: 14 June 2019 (Friday)
Place: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202

Contact:

Ehsanul Haque (+8801521441745)
Md. Muket Mahmud (+8801752169874)
Pravin Mishra (+8801625092442)

Trainer:

Prof. Dr. KHM Nazmul Hussain Nazir, DVM, Ph.D. (Department of Microbiology and Hygiene, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202)

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“Workshop on Safe Poultry Meat and Egg Production” at BAU, Mymensingh

Today (April 13, 2019), a day-long “Workshop on Safe Poultry Meat and Egg Production” has been successfully completed at Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh. The workshop was jointly organized by PSA Hatchery, Poultry Science Association, USA and Network for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh (BDvetNET). As the Chief Guest, the event was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. Nazim Ahmad, Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Science, BAU. Prof. Dr. Mst. Minara Khatun, Department of Microbiology and Hygiene, BAU was present in the event as the Special Guest. The inaugural session was presided by Dr. KHM Nazmul Hussain Nazir, General Secretary, BDvetNET, and Prof., Department of Microbiology and Hygiene, BAU, Mymensingh. The event was started with the welcome speech given by Mr. Pravin Mishra, Campus Ambassador, International Youth Society, BAU, Mymensingh.

A keynote entitled “Poultry Production in the Post-Antibiotic Era: Challenges and Opportunities” was given by Dr. Rajesh Jha, Associate Professor, Animal Nutrition and Graduate Chair of Animal Science, Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences, University of Hawaii at Manoa, HI, USA. Dr. Jha is a renowned scientist in the field of nutrition, gut health and production of safe poultry and poultry products. Through a video conference, Dr. Jha explained how healthy gut and nutritional ecology can help in the production of safe poultry and poultry products. Besides, effect of prebiotic and probiotic on safe poultry meat and egg production was elaborately discussed.

A special talk on “Heavy Metals in Poultry and Poultry Products” was given by Prof. Dr. Quazi Forhad Quadir, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, BAU, Mymensingh. Dr. Quadir emphasized on the use of safe feed and water for the reduction of heavy metal level and antibiotic residues in the poultry and poultry products. The participants experienced the technique of vaccination of poultry with their hands. Practical aspects of biosecurity in the poultry farm were also discussed by Dr. Hadiuzzaman.

A total of 50 pre-registered veterinary students of BAU originated from Bangladesh, Nepal and Malaysia participated in this event. The students received certificates after successful completion and active participation in the event. The event was very interactive and enjoyable for the students, as mentioned by a participant.

Workshop on Safe Poultry Meat and Egg Production

A day-long workshop has been arranged, entitled “Workshop on Safe Poultry Meat and Egg Production“, jointly by the Network for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh and PSA Hatchery, Poultry Science Association, USA.

In the event, a Key Note will be presented by Dr. Rajesh Jha, Associate Professor, Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA. A special talk entitled “Heavy metals in Poultry and Poultry Products” will be delivered by Prof. Dr. Quazi Forhad Quadir, Department of Agricultural Chemistry, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202. Besides these lectures, the participants will be experienced with the actual techniques of vaccination to poultry and bio-security in poultry farms in Bangladesh.

A total of 50 pre-registered participants (mostly of DVM students) will attend the event.

Workshop and Seminar on Safe Poultry and Eggs

Workshop and Seminar on Safe Poultry and eggs

Event Timing: 13 April, 2019
Event Address: Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh-2202
Contact us at +881712620151 (Prof. K.H.M. Nazmul Hussain Nazir, Ph.D.)
+8801625092442 (Pravin Mishra, Final year DVM student)

We are arranging a workshop and seminar on safe poultry and eggs for the student of veterinary science (for both undergraduate and masters) with the support of PSA hatchery, Poultry Science Association and BDvetNET – Network for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh.

The maximum number for participants will be 50.

Contents:
1. A keynote presentation entitled- “Poultry production in the post-antibiotic era: Challenges and opportunities.”
2. Talk on “Heavy metal in Poultry and poultry products”
3. Hands on practice on vaccination.
4. Hands on practice on bio-security.

Eligibility for Registration:

The Participants must be the students of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Bangladesh Agricultural University.

Link for registration:

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BANGLALIVESTOCK’18 ALL SET TO BE BANGLADESH’S BIGGEST INTERNATIONAL FEED & LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY EXHIBITION IN 2018

The Organiser of BanglaLivestock’18 – Bangladesh’s International Feed & Livestock Industry Exhibition, which is scheduled for 20-22 September 2018 at the ICCB in Dhaka, is pleased to announce that an additional Hall is made available to meet the demand for exhibition booths. Since the launch of the exhibition in November, all available booths for HALL 4 and HALL 3 have been booked and BanglaLivestock’18 looks set to be Bangladesh’s largest international feed & livestock industry exhibition in 2018.

 

Major industry players including Big Dutchman, Poultec, Valli Italy, Mirasco, Elanco, Salmet, Betagro, Zheng Chang and Pavilions from China, India, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand will showcase an impressive range of feed, feed additives, feed machinery, animal health & nutrition supplies, breeding & hatchery equipment, livestock production, and housing and processing equipment. Held concurrently with the Bangladesh Feed & Livestock Industry Forum which will feature over 20 technical papers on feed production & management, animal health management, breeding & modern farming system and meat processing, the event is expected to bring together thousands of buyers including integrators, veterinarians, breeders, farmers, processors, feed millers & mixers.

 

“The response to BanglaLivestock’18 certainly shows that the feed & livestock industry in Bangladesh is experiencing strong growth in line with rising GDP per capita. The consumption of meat and eggs per capita is still low and as such producers need to constantly look at ways to improve quality and productivity. BanglaLivestock’18 will provide the perfect platform for the introduction of new innovations and solutions that will contribute to the growth of the industry. By securing another hall, we can bring in more exhibitors to display their products.

”Richard Yew, Regional Vice President, AMB Tarsus Events Group

See your business grow at BanglaLivestock 18. To book your booth, contact Mr Syed today at syed@ambtarsus.com