Interactive discussion on how IPC can serve duck, turkey and other species producers
This is an optional workshop (registration is mandatory).
Moderated by Caroline Leroux (IPC) and Kerry Maxwell (IPC)
Innovation in food and farming: what's next?
The early 2020s have seen an explosion of technology with significant developments in artificial intelligence, automatization, renewable energy and more. How can the food and farming sector make the most of innovation and ensure it doesn't fall behind other sectors? How can we leverage innovation to reconcile growing trends toward small-scale local food production and the need to feed the world in a sustainable and affordable way? What lessons can the food and farming sector learn from other sectors in their approach to innovation and their use of technology? In a nutshell, what's next for food and farming?
From artificial intelligence to robotics and automatization, what does the future hold for the poultry sector? How can the sector leverage technology and innovation to bridge existing gaps, improve poultry production systems and feed the world?
This high-level panel brings together representatives from across the poultry value chain to explore opportunities, challenges and risks stemming from technological breakthroughs and consider how the sector can innovate for better results.
In addition to a global overview of tech and innovation in poultry, the panel will consider how to address labor issues from labor shortages to upskilling and reskilling, where the poultry sector is on its innovation journey, and how innovation can bolster the sustainable production of healthy birds and nutritious animal protein.
Focus on avian influenza
FAO/IPC Policy document launch
The global poultry sector is committed to furthering the One Health approach, the UN-led framework to balance and optimize the health of people, animals and the environment.
This panel brings together key poultry stakeholders to reflect on industry commitments and actions to safeguard human and animal health. From reducing the development and spread of diseases through safe nutrition to public-private collaboration and actions to prevent animal diseases, mitigate their impact and protect human health, the panelists will look at progress made and next steps to ensure healthy bird and healthy people.
Market report & outlook