Monthly round-up – June 2019
Dear CLFMA members and industry colleagues,
The month of June 2019, was quite good. Let me take you through some of the highlights of June from CLFMA’s multitude of advocacy efforts:
CLFMA Feed Standard Updation:

I would like to bring to your kind notice that the CLFMA finalized the Feed Standards and it will be published during our forthcoming Annual General Meeting.

CLFMA Events Update:

Technical Seminar at Patna on 12.06.2019

After successful completion of technical seminars at Pune, Karnal & Nashik, CLFMA organized its fourth technical seminar on “Trends in Feed Milling Technology, Nutrition and Disease Management in Poultry in Patna”. On 12th June 2019 at Hotel Panache, Patna, the seminar was well attended by more than 150 progressive layer farmers, feed manufacturers, integrators and veterinary consultants of Patna and nearby areas. Dr. Saikat Saha, managing committee member of CLFMA, welcomed the guests and introduced speakers to the guests. As the Chairman of CLFMA, I introduced about CLFMA and highlighted the recent activities of CLFMA for Indian Poultry industry and emphasized on present situation of raw material crisis and assured further discussion with Government authority from CLFMA.

After lighting of lamp ceremony Dr. Rameshwar Singh, Vice Chancellor of Bihar Animal Sciences University briefed about Industry scenario & future prospectus for animal industry in state of Bihar. During his speech Vice Chancellor extended his support and help to poultry farmers as well as CLFMA for futuristic growth of Poultry Industry in Bihar. The central theme of the seminar feed milling & disease management was briefed by Dr. Saikat Saha. After his inaugural speech he invited first speaker of the seminar.

Dr. Sudheer Rukadikar, who is well known Poultry consultant & pathologist, delivered talk on “Immuno Suppression–Reasons & Solutions for most critical conditions of Poultry Farming.” Mr. Shrikrushna Gangurde, Poultry Entrepreneur from Nasik shared his experience on feed milling Technology. The last speaker was Dr. Ajit Ranade, Associate Dean, Mumbai Veterinary College, started his interesting talk with a brief introduction on Gut morphology and continued to discuss gut health enhancement solutions in detail.

Mr. Divya Kumar Gulati, Secretary CLFMA, gave vote of thanks to the participants, speakers & honourable members of Bihar Animal Sciences University for sparing their time and for valuable exchange of information. The feedback of the Seminar was reported to be good.

Now we are gearing up with full-fledged efforts for our grand annual symposium scheduled in the month of August 22-23 2019 at Le Meridian, New Delhi.

Meantime, I would like to welcome your valuable suggestions and ideas with regard to our regular activities and CLFMA events.

With warm regards,
S V Bhave
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