The XIXth World Veterinary Poultry Association (WVPA) congress is taking place this week in Cape Town, South Africa. With Ceva as a diamond sponsor, the congress gathers more than 1,000 poultry specialists from around the world and presents an excellent opportunity to build and develop profitable exchanges and relationships.
Ceva is sharing its latest innovations and expert knowledge in poultry vaccination, equipment and services. The Ceva stand provides practical and technical information to help poultry producers in improving their performance using new technology products such as Transmune®, Vectormune® ND and Egginject®
One hot topic at the congress is the subject of avian influenza. The disease has proved to be a major threat for the global poultry industry, disrupting international trade and inducing heavy economical losses in infected flocks. Nevertheless, there is still a debate raging about the necessity of AI vaccination.
In that context, during the congress, Ceva will hold a symposium on Thursday with leading global figures, including the USDA, to address the current AI situation and discuss the differing industry perspectives. The symposium will be entitled: “Avian Influenza – The value of vaccination in changing times”. Indeed, Ceva’s vector vaccine Vectormune® AI offers a new way to control this disease in vaccinating countries around the world.