Animal Care and Handling Conference

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The Animal Care and Handling Conference for the Food Industry is the leading animal welfare educational opportunity for meat companies, their customers and those involved in the production and management of livestock and meat products. This important conference has doubled in size since it was launched in 1999 – testament to the increasing significance of animal care and handling in the meat industry.

Why should you attend?

This highly-rated conference offers a variety of professional development. Nearly a dozen associations and organizations have teamed this year to create a program that satisfies an array of attendee needs. The Management and Policy Track is ideal for those responsible for “big picture” management of animal handling and welfare. The track will address key strategies for managing changing needs and trends – and managing controversy, as well as auditing to ensure welfare. The Applied Pig Handling and Applied Cattle Handling tracks offer attendees in-depth instruction by species. Leading academic experts in the field will offer instruction at a range of levels – from beginner to advanced. Their presentations will be complemented by practical insights from industry experts.

Who should attend?

- CEOs and senior managers who seek to understand new customer demands – and how to meet them.

- Plant managers and operations personnel responsible for implementing new animal handling programs – or improving existing ones.

- New livestock and poultry handlers on the front-lines.

- Veterinarians serving food animal producers.

- Animal welfare auditors looking to sharpen their skills.

- Retail and restaurant companies who seek to understand the issues and challenges involved in animal care and handling.

Go to http://www.meatami.com/ht/d/sp/i/11948/pid/11948 for more information.



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