2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum & B2B: insights

2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum&B2B
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2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum & B2B, scheduled from 4 to 6 May at the Rimini Expo Center, will be an opportunity for the protagonists of the Italian and international poultry industry to meet, starting from the contents and with the aim of identifying shared strategies.
The event, with a specifically professional cut, is scheduled for even years alternating with Fieravicola which takes place in odd ones, scheduled at the same time as Macfrut https://www.macfrut.com/, the international fruit and vegetable fair.
Three days of meetings and insights on strategic issues for the 2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum & B2B supply chain: production and consumption, international markets today in the face of the war crisis, research and innovation, future strategies, economic and environmental sustainability.
The supply chain, producers, innovative technology companies and representative and scientific associations, responded compactly to the appointment and will be the protagonist at the first edition with all the top production players present: Veronesi-Aia Group, Amadori Group, Fileni, Martini, Guidi , Eurovo.

The 2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum & B2B program is highly articulated

Wednesday 4 May we will talk about consumption and trends in the Italian market for poultry meat and eggs with the presentation of an Ismea study and a round table between the main producers and representatives of large-scale distribution.
The second day will have a more international slant, with foreign speakers and 3 conference slots that will propose, respectively, a round table on the international dynamics of agricultural raw materials, a focus on the path of Italian and European poultry farming towards sustainability, a conference between experiences and models in world aviculture.
The part dedicated to scientific analysis scheduled for May 6, third day of 2022 Fieravicola Poultry Forum & B2B https://www.fieravicola.com/, sees the collaboration of World’s Poultry Science Association, the Italian Society of Avian Pathology and the Association Italian scientist of rabbit farming. The program focuses on new perspectives for in ovo sexing, zoonosis prevention strategies and the effective management of influenza viruses as well as the care of animal welfare, at the center of the scientific tables with interventions by international researchers and scholars.