SIAVS promotes technical and conjunctural debate on animal welfare
The technical negotiations for the construction of global standards for animal welfare and the conjunctural impacts of this market trend will be on the agenda at the International Poultry and Pig Farming Exhibition (SIAVS), the largest event in the country’s sectors, scheduled between 9 and 11 August at Anhembi Parque, in São Paulo (SP).
During the schedule of the second day of lectures at the event, a debate is scheduled to be mediated by Marília Rangel, from MSD Saúde Animal, which will address different views and perspectives around trends and challenges for advances in the animal welfare agenda.
One of the presentations will be given by Javier Prida, representative of the Argentine Chamber of Poultry Producers (CAPIA, Buenos Aires/AR) and coordinator of the Latin American Egg Institute (ILH, acronym in Spanish). In his speech, Prida will discuss the construction of international protocols that regulate animal welfare within the scope of the World Organization for Animal Health (Woah, former OIE).
On another front, the president of CloverLeaf Animal Welfare Systems (Missouri/USA), Jason McAlister will present a private sector perspective in relation to norms and advances on the subject of animal welfare. In his speech, the specialist in animal welfare will address the international requirements on the subject, expected deadlines around the world, how the market has received advances and the private standards that have been rising around this theme for the production of birds. , pigs and eggs.
“Consumer trends and consumer desires have raised the agenda of animal welfare to the priority of debates and the development of solutions that address the vision of One Health, within a context of productive viability. By building technical and conjunctural visions, we want, in this debate, to highlight insights that bring a more holistic view to the sector, in line with what the world expects from Brazil as a food producer and care for human, animal and environmental health”, analyzes Ricardo Santin, president of ABPA.
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