3rd International Congress “New Perspectives and Challenges of Sustainable Livestock Production”, 5th – 7th October 2011, Belgrade, Serbia
Congress Organizer: Institute for Animal Husbandry, Belgrade-Zemun
Co-organizers: Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Serbia
The aim of the congress is to exchange new information, scientific research results and a comparison with international research in terms of scientific achievements, application of results in practice, cooperation with similar research institutions, new biotechnologies in genetics and breeding, nutrition, physiology, reproduction (gene mapping, new products, drugs, enzymes, hormones, environmental protection, quality products, animal welfare, etc..).
Traditional International Congress included the following topics: breeding system of domestic animals, production technology and quality of products, livestock welfare and health care and alternative livestock production.
The Congress was opened by Dr. Milos Lukic, director of the Institute and President of the organizing committee, prof. Dr. Nada Dragovic, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Serbia, Prof. Dr. Martin Waehner, president of the International Scientific Committee.
On the basis of submitted abstracts and papers, papers of scientists and researchers from 15 countries of Europe and the world were selected and presented – GERMANY, ITALY, POLAND, SLOVAKIA, BULGARIA, EGYPT, SLOVENIA, CROATIA, HUNGARY, LITHUANIA, ROMANIA, MACEDONIA, ALBANIA, MONTENEGRO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, JAPAN, CHINA, INDONESIA, and over 50 papers by experts and researchers from renownedresearch and educational institutions of Serbia – FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE,BELGRADE, NOVI SAD AND PRISTINA, VETERINARY MEDICINE, VETERINARY INSTITUTE IN BELGRADE AND NOVI SAD, INSTITUTE FOR FORAGE CROPS, KRUSEVAC, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, ČAČAK, etc.The total number of participants in 155 (115 from Serbia and 40 from abroad). During the Congress a total of 176 works were presented, under 6section, where the papers were presented orally and in the poster sessions. The Congress was attended by many scientists and researchers as the actuality of treated problem, the researche results presented reflect the latest trends in livestock production in different climatic and economic conditions around the world, the cooperation between the fixed and established new contacts with individuals and institutions in the field of animal husbandry, as well as an agreement on joint applying to international projects.
All papers presented at the congress in print in the Proceedings, resp. Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry, Vol (27), Issue 3, Volume 1, 2