Central American Poultry Congress

From August 21st to 23rd,2018, poultry sector entrepreneurs from the region and the Dominican Republic will be meeting in San Pedro Sula to take part in business meetings and discuss relevant issues for the sector.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

The event is being organized by the National Association of Aviculturists of Honduras (ANAVIH), and will be held at the Copantl Convention Center, starting at 8 am on Tuesday, August 21.

See: "Poultry Market Figures in Panama"

The ANAVIH indicates that the lecturers will speak on topics such as health management and international trade, emerging avian diseases in Latin America, nutritional strategies for rearing and production start up in commercial laying hens and the use of antibiotics, among other things.

See more information on the event's website.

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