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World’s Poultry Congress 2022

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Dr. Edgar O. Oviedo-Rondon

Dr. Edgar O. Oviedo-Rondon
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The 26th World’s Poultry Congress held in Paris between August 7 and 11 was a success. The Congress originally planned for summer 2020 was postponed twice due to the pandemic. However, organizers were able to modify the traditional format of this quadrennial event and develop a hybrid event.

The Congress started in September 2021 with a series of 12 webinar sessions that concluded in May 2022. The first group of abstracts was published in 2021, and the first ePosters were made available online.

During webinars before the event in Paris, each one of the working groups of the World’s Poultry Association discussed topics like:

  • Turkeys,
  • Construction of meat quality and Meat processing,
  • Egg quality,
  • Poultry welfare and management,
  • Hygiene and Pathology,
  • Physiology,
  • Feed Technology,
  • Breeding and genetics,
  • Waterfowls,
  • New (or alternative) Feedstuffs,
  • Small Scale Family Poultry Farming, and
  • Incubation and Reproduction.

The organization reported that a total of 1,993 participants met in Paris, and 571 were virtually engaged. Participants represented 85 countries in all world regions.

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Approximately 48% of participants in Paris came from Europe, 16.9% from Asia, 14.6% from the Americas, 10.9% from Africa, 7.9% from the Middle East, and 1.7% from Oceania.

  • Economy and sustainability of the poultry production chain
  • One health – one welfare
  • The bird and its microbiota
  • Breeding and nutritional strategies for sustainable poultry production schemes
  • New frontiers in poultry science

Forty-five parallel sessions were conducted with 38 invited speakers and 179 short oral communications. The speakers originated from 47 countries.

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