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Livestock Farming


As per available reports about 70 Open Access Journal, 238 Conferences proceedings, 4 Upcoming Conferences are presently dedicated exclusively to Livestock Farming and about 45  symposiums and Livestock farming , means raising of animals for use or for pleasure.

Livestock includes both beef and dairy cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, horses, mules, asses, buffalo, and camels; the raising of birds commercially for meat or eggs (i.e., chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, and squabs) is treated separately. Farming practices vary dramatically worldwide and between types of animals. Livestock are generally kept in an enclosure, are fed by human-provided food and are intentionally bred, but some livestock are not enclosed, or are fed by access to natural foods, or are allowed to breed freely, or any combination thereof.

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Scope and Global Impact:

Food demand for livestock products in South Asia will reach approximately 400 kcal per person in 2050, compared with about 200 kcal per person per day in 2000. During past two decades, in many Asian countries, the poultry farming has made a spectacular progress transforming itself from a backyard industry into a dynamic and sophisticated agri-based industry. During these years industry has grown in size, quality and productivity. As about 60% of the world’s population live in Asia and average consumption of eggs and poultry meat among most of the people in this region is well below that in developed countries. This is where the demand for poultry products will increase most in the future.

The global livestock sector is growing faster than any other agricultural sub-sector. It provides livelihoods to about 1.3 billion people and contributes about 40 percent to global agricultural output. For many poor farmers in developing countries livestock are also a source of renewable energy for draft and an essential source of organic fertilizer for their crops. With increased prosperity, people are consuming more meat and dairy products every year. Global meat production is projected to more than double from 229 million tonnes in 1999/2001 to 465 million tonnes in 2050, while milk output is set to climb from 580 to 1043 million tones.The livestock sector provides us with meat, dairy and eggs, as well as wool and leather. The sector generates some €8.6 billion per year in the Netherlands. In 2013, looking at EU Member States, Germany, Spain, France and the United Kingdom held the largest number of cattle. In Germany and Spain, these are mainly pigs (28.1 and 25.5 million heads respectively), in France bovines (19.1 million heads) and in the United Kingdom sheep (22.6 million heads).

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Census of Agriculture reported that there were 1,911,859 farms in the United States in 1997. Over two-thirds of these farms-1,315,051 farms 69 percent-reported livestock inventory or livestock sales. Farms with livestock vary widely in the number and kind of livestock on the farm. Some raise few livestock, primarily for home consumption. Some are predominately pasture-based operations with livestock types such as beef cows, horses, sheep, and goats. Others are predominantly confined operations with livestock types such as fattened cattle, milk cows, swine, chickens, or turkeys. Many of the farms with livestock also raise crops, but others specialize in livestock production and have few acres associated with the farm. The majority of farms with livestock are small relative to livestock production, but some farms are quite large, generating sales of livestock products in excess of a million dollars annually. Some farms specialize in a single livestock type, especially the larger farms, but many farms have several livestock types. These 8,834 farms accounted for $1.6 billion in gross livestock sales, averaging $690,062 for commercial farms, $52,155 for intermediate farms, and 29,891 for rural-residence farms. Commercial farms accounted for 82 percent of gross livestock sales for farms with specialty livestock types.

List of Best International Conferences

2nd Livestock Nutrition Conference, July 21-22, 2015 Brisbane, Australia
4th Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference
September 29-October 01, 2016 London, United Kingdom
2nd Aquaculture and Fisheries Conference, July 11-13, 2016 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dairy Conference, June 30-July 02, 2016 New Orleans, USA
4th Veterinary Conference, 2016, November 14-16, 2016 Atlanta, USA
3rd Veterinary Conference,  August 18-20, 2016 London, United Kingdom
4th Animal Health and Veterinary Medicine Conference, September 29-October 01, 2016 Valencia, Spain 
Global Feed Events  IFIF, India
World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding, Hungary
FIAAP International Conference, Germany
FIAAP International Conference, Thailand
17th International Conference on Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Switzerland
1st World Conference on Innovative Animal Nutrition and Feeding, Hungary
Veterinary Conference, Sri Lanka
13th Conference of The Egyptian Society For Cattle Diseases, Egypt
American Association of Bovine Practitioners 48th Annual Conference, USA
Federation of Asian Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress 2016, Malaysia
Livestock Philippines International Conference, Philippines
International Conference on Feed Efficiency in Swine - ICFES 2015, USA
International Conference Russian Livestock and Poultry in the New Environmental, Russia
12th International Conference on Goats, Turkey
24th International Pig Veterinary Society Congress, Ireland
X International Rangeland Congress, Canada
Precision Dairy Farming, Netherlands

Relevant Societies/Associations:

Rare Breeds Trust of Australia, Australia
Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand, New Zealand
The Livestock Conservancy, USA
The Humane Society of the United States, USA
Pig Breed Associations, USA
Australian Pig Breeders Association, Australia
Canadian Swine Breeders Association, Canada
New Zealand Pig Breeders Association, New Zealand
Animal Equality, United Kingdom
Albert Schweitzer Foundation, USA
Vegan Outreach, USA
Society of Animal Welfare Administrators, USA
Indraloka Animal Sanctuary, USA
The US Poultry Egg Association, USA
Iowa Cattlemen's Association, USA
Animal Nutrition Society of India, India
Egyptian Society for Mercy to Animals, Egypt
South African Society for Animal Science, South Africa
American Rose Society, USA
Old Irish Goat Society, Ireland
Charleston Animal Society, USA
Meat and Livestock Australia, Australia
Cattle Council of Australia, Australia
Murray Grey Society, Australia
Farm Animal Conservation Trust, South Africa

Relevant Companies:

James and Son (NZ), New Zealand
Westons Stockfeed, New Zealand
The Animal Feed Barn, New Zealand
H.R Fisken and Sons, New Zealand
Miro Feeds Ltd., New Zealand
Takanini Feeds Ltd, New Zealand
Riverina's Pvt Ltd., Australia
ForFarmers B.V., Netherlands
Nutreco, Netherlands
Harris Farms Thoroughbreds, USA
Texas Beef, USA
Cactus Feeders, USA
AzTx Cattle Company, USA
Merial, France and USA
Cargill Animal Nutrition, Thailand 
SKM Animal Feeds and Foods India Ltd., India
CP Group, Thailand
Purina Animal Nutrition, USA
BRF, Brazil
Tyson Foods, USA
COFCO, China
JA Zen-Noh, Japan
Shuangbaotai Group (Twins Group), China
Wen's Food Group, China
Tangrenshen Group (TRS), China
NongHyup Feed Inc., South Korea
DaChan Food (Asia) Ltd., Hong Kong
Yuetai Group, China

 

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This page was last updated on 14th Sep, 2015

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