4rd International Poultry & Livestock Expo - 2015, Bangalore

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Company Name 4rd International Poultry & Livestock Expo - 2015, Bangalore
Contact Person Ms. Farhat Jahan
Address Office : J-73, Paryavaran Complex, J Block, Neb Sarai, IGNOU Road
Delhi, , India.
Zip / Postal Code 110 068
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6th  GrainTech India 2015

4th  International Poultry & Livestock Expo 2015


Indian  Govt. Focuses on Livestock Feed Sector


Open Opportunities for Feed Milling Players


Govt. of India has been repeatedly  emphasizing on the need for technology to tackle various ills facing the farm  sector. The thrust in the latest Union budget is on infusion of greater  technology to increase productivity and widening the food basket. Higher  allocations have been made for farm productivity, crop diversification and  building market linkages.


One of the important programmes included is the  National Livestock Mission to enhance productivity taking into account local  agro-climatic conditions. There would be a sub-mission for increasing feed and  fodder availability.


India has over 5000 Rice mills, 1000 Flour  milling plants, 2000 Oilseeds crushing units, 1000 Feed Units, 200 Soybean  plants, 2000 Spices crushing plant, 1500 Pulses mills, 100 Biofuel and energy  projects, 1000 Coffee plants etc., looking for new and better technology to  upgrade their manufacturing, processing, packaging line.


Poultry  & Livestock: Emerging Segment


India  is emerging as the world's 2nd largest poultry market with an annual growth of  more than 14%, producing 61 million tonnes or 3.6 percent of global egg  production. The Indian poultry sector encompasses a range of farming systems –  from hi-tech and export-oriented units at one end to backyard, small and  marginal models on the other. The annual growth rate of egg production is 5-8%.  Apart from this, India  ranks the 6th in broiler production (125 billion Rupees) with an annual output  of 2.39 million tonnes of broiler meat, as per the estimates of the Ministry of  Agriculture, Government of India. The total poultry industry is valued at about  350 billion rupees. The per capita consumption per year is approx 2.4 kg, which  is much lower than the National Institute of Nutrition's recommended 11 kg.


The Indian Union Agriculture  Ministry’s Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, is  focusing on increasing the animal population and productivity as a thrust area,  offering financial assistance to the organizations and value added products to  target export markets. This would facilitate India to achieve its potential of  becoming a “Food Factory of the World”.

    

  Encouraged by the overwhelming response  received in the last show, Media Today Group is organizing  4th edition of “International Poultry &  Livestock Expo 2015”, an International Event, concurrently  with “5th DairyTech India 2015”,  “6th GrainTech India 2015” & “7th AgriTech India  2015” exhibitions, from August 21-23, at Bangalore International  Exhibition Centre (BIEC), Bangalore, India.


“GrainTech India 2015” &  "International Poultry & Livestock Expo 2015" to be held in Bangalore is significant in  this context. It will seek to reduce the technology gap in processing as well  as in the supply chain. To feed increasing domestic demand and also to achieve  the export targets of food products, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Food  Processing Industry and Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export  Development Authority (APEDA) under the Ministry of

  Commerce are investing a substantial share of  their budget for promoting technological up-gradation and value addition in  segments like Rice, Wheat, Pulses, Oilseeds, Spices, Dairy & Feed and other  activities in the food sector.


The last edition the event series had the  participation from over 28 countries around the world like the Netherlands,  Turkey, China, Russia, Italy, Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, France, Spain,  Belgium, Nepal, USA, Germany, Taiwan etc., displaying their comprehensive range  of products and technologies in the grain & feed industry. At GrainTech  India 2015, opportunities would be plenty for prominent trade visitors and  potential clients to explore business opportunities in Indian and South Asian  Grain Milling Industry.


Govt.  & Trade Support


Participants in the show include members of Compound  Livestock Feed Manufacturers Association (CLFMA), Poultry Federation of India  (PFI), India Poultry Journalists' Association (IPJA), Andhra Pradesh Poultry  Federation (APPF), Poultry Breeders Association (A.P.), APEDA,  National  centre for cold-chain development (NCCD), National Dairy Research Institute  (NDRI), Progressive Dairy Farmers Association, Progressive Dairy Farmers’  Association (PDFA), National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), All India Poultry  Breeders Association (AIPMA), Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, Kerala  Livestock Development Board, National Egg Coordination Committee (NECC) and  other Poultry organizations.


Feed  Gap & Lack of Technology


According  to Dr. Dinesh T. Bhosale, Former Chairman, India’s Feed Manufacturers Association CLFMA, around 7 million tons of cattle feed  are manufactured by industry and cooperatives, whereas the requirement is ten  times more. Presently dairy farmers are feeding raw materials to the animals directly  which is not balanced nutrition. This hampers animal productivity. There is also a need for technology upgradation in cattle feed. Stringent  raw material quality control system is required to produce good quality feed.  Promotion of compound cattle feed is also important.


According to Trade Research, India’s total  feed requirements was 123 million tonnes by 2014, and 127 million tonnes by  2015.


Among other things, the proposed National  Livestock Mission is expected to give a fillip to feed and fodder production,  while the Poultry & Livestock expo would strengthen the activities to meet  the objectives of the government and its mission. Through technology upgradation  the country can witness in the coming three to five years tremendous growth in  livestock and poultry sectors.  


This is why dozens of globally renowned feed machinery  manufacturers like Buhler, Fowler Westrup and Meyong and around 20 countries  including Turkey  are taking part in this expo to explore the emerging Indian market.


There will be on display live-technologies from  over 15 countries as the suppliers know very well that covering India is like  covering the world, as this country’s feed segment is entering a crucial phase  and requires the latest and a great number of milling machineries, storage  silos, infrastructure facilities and ingredients. The demand-driven markets are  attracting the top international players.


Latest  Technologies on Display


This important expo will be a meeting point for  the entire Who's Who’ in Poultry  & Livestock. This would bring under one roof leading Poultry and Livestock  players of India,  Poultry Products & Technology, Poultry Equipment Manufacturers, Breeders,  Animal Products Exporters, Experts & Leaders from Poultry & Livestock  industry & allied activities who want to expand and diversify their  business.


Surely, this is the  right time for exhibitors to be part of this mega event to show-case their  comprehensive range of products and services among thousands of trade visitors  coming from all parts of India  and abroad.



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