One of India’s largest poultry exhibitions, held in Iltex Exhibition Centre, Hyberdad, from 2-4 November, is jointly organised by the Exhibition Advisory Committee (EAC) and the Indian Poultry Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (IPEMA).
The three-day exhibition ‘Poultry India 2007’ is expected to attract more than 20,000 visitors, including farmers, scientists, government Officials, policy makers and stakeholders from India, SAARC, Gulf and African countries.
The latest technology, machinery and equipment will be displayed to showcase various aspects of poultry production, including breeding, housing, management, nutrition, packaging, preservation and marketing of eggs and poultry meat products.
Technical seminars and farmers’ symposium will also be organised for visitors attending the programme.
Anil Dhumal, President, IPEMA: â€œThe Indian poultry industry is growing at a phenomenal rate of 12-15% every year. It has high quality poultry breeds, balanced feed, most advanced vaccines, medicines and efficient world-class machinery and equipments and skilled manpower, which can match up with any advanced country of the world.â€
Through this upcoming exhibition, the EAC and IPEMA plan to create a platform and strengthen the Indian poultry industry.