American Society of Animal Science - 2016 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)

Date
2016-07-19 - 2016-07-23
Exhibitors
100
Attendees
2700
Event contact title
Exhibition Director
Event contact first name
Meghan
Event contact last name
Wulster-Radcliffe
Email
meghanwr@asas.org
Event contact telephone number
217-356-9050, Ext. 118
Description
The American Dairy Science Association? (ADSA?), the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), and the Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS) will hold the 2014 Joint Annual Meeting (JAM) in Kansas City, Missouri, July 20?24. ? Following several rounds of strategic planning, ASAS and ADSA have made some changes to JAM. Beginning with the 2013 JAM, ADSA and ASAS will rotate operations responsibility for JAM. That means 2014 will be ASAS?s first opportunity to serve as JAM host. We have two main goals for JAM 2014: 1) to present high quality, relevant science that links animal science and animal agriculture, and 2) to return to our roots, adding back a number of the social events that will enhance networking and add a family feel to the meeting.
Attendee information
Scientists, educators, marketers, account representatives, and others in the animal and dairy industries.
Exhibitor information
Exhibitors: Animal feed or additives, Animal health products, Animal production equipment and housing, Artificial insemination and embryo transfer equipment, Computer software and programming, Dairy food ingredients and additives, Dairy food processing equipment, Food packaging supplies, Food products and additives, Industry and research publications, Information technology, Laboratory equipment, instrumentation, and supplies.

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