Date:2023年4月9-11日
Registration time:2023-12-25 00:00 - 2024-04-09 00:00

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Pig digestive diseases can cause serious economic losses to the pork industry. With the development of pig production in China becoming more and more mature, the competition is becoming more and more fierce. Cost reduction, efficiency improvement, especially cutting the economic loss caused by digestive diseases have drawn more and more attention from pig producers.

As one of the major digestive diseases of pigs, Ileitis, also known as porcine proliferative enteropathy (PPE), is a common contact intestinal disease of pigs caused by intracellular Lawson bacteria (Lawsonia Intracellularis) infection characterized by adenomatous hyperplasia of immature intestinal cells in the crypts of the ileum and colon. The disease could occur all year round, but mainly in the hot and rainy season. The incubation period of natural infection is 8-10 days, mainly in weaning pig to adult pigs. Especially, 6-16 weeks of age growing and fattening pigs are the most susceptible, which mainly causes slow growth rate, decrease in daily gain, low feed conversion rate, poor appetite, and pale skin. It has caused huge economic losses to the pig production industry, especially the intensive pig farms.

Ileitis has a history of > 70 years with high incidence, wide spread, and global prevalence. Ileitis prevalence ranges from 5-40%, and the mortality rate is not high, generally 1%-10%. But the growth rate of pigs decreases significantly, and the mortality rate can be as high as 40%-50% if caused by secondary infection. Proliferative ileitis occurs all over the world, especially in Europe and the United States. Breakouts are also often observed in Asian countries. In recent years, ileitis has shown a spreading trend in intensive pig farms in China. Improving the overall health level of pigs, growth rate of nursery and fattening pigs, and whole process survival rate have become an important concern for producers to maintain economic benefits and sustainable development. While fighting for major diseases such as African swine fever, more attention has been given to economically important diseases like ileitis.In China, understandings and research of ileitis is limited. The ability of clinical prevention and control, diagnosis, and treatment of the disease is relatively weak. With the expansion of pig industry in China, the damages caused by the disease will become more significant.

The International Pig Digestive Diseases Symposium (IPDDS) will focus on ileitis, while taking into account of other pig digestive diseases. Besides two-day’s main conference on ileitis, the event also features half-day pre-symposium forum onPorcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED), Porcine Rotavirus Disease (PRV), E. Coli, and salmonellosis. IPDDS invites world renowned speakers to share their expertise on ileitis covering topics like: pathogenesis and epidemiology, pathogen-host interaction, diagnosis, prevention and treatment, clinical practiceand research progress. Enterprises will also be invited to share cases on ileitis prevention and control. The goals of the IPDDS are to enhance the systematic understanding and prevention and control skills of farm staff on ileitis and other digestive diseases and provide professional training for pig producers to improve their knowledge and practical skills, so as to improve pig producers’ economic returns and competitiveness.

 

Organizer:

AgriX Technology (Zhengzhou) Co., Ltd

Co organizer:

Muyuan Food Co., Ltd

School of Animal Medicine, Henan Agricultural University

National International Joint Research Center for Animal Immunology

The Belt and Road Pig Industry Science and Technology Innovation Institute

Parasitic Disease Prevention and Control Branch of China Veterinary Association

Henan Agricultural University Pastoral Industry Joint Research Institute

Denmark Russia International

Meeting time:

April 9th to April 11th, 2024

Meeting location:

China Nanyang Muyuan Group

 

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Steven McOrist
Management of pig farms in the Asia Pacific region and consultation on pig health and biosafety
Bin Wu
Professor and doctoral supervisor at Huazhong Agricultural University
Heather L. Wilson
Adjunct Professor of Veterinary Microbiology at the Western Veterinary College of the University of Saskatchewan and Vaccine and Immunotherapy at the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan
Suphot Wattanaphansak
Veterinary, Master's, PhD
Fan Hongjie
PhD, Chief Professor of the Zhongshan Scholar Program at Nanjing Agricultural University, and Leader of Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Jianmin Zhang
Professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Veterinary Medicine, South China Agricultural University
Lysan Eppink
Chairman of the British Pig Veterinary Association and Honorary Lecturer (Pig Health and Management) at the Royal (Dick) College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh
Matthias Eddicks
German pig veterinary expert
Hyeun Bum Kim
Master's and PhD in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, USA
Rafael Frandoloso
Professor at Paso Fondo University (UPF, Brazil), international researcher at the Department of Animal Health at the University of Leon (ULE, Spain), and international scholar at the Castile and Leon Veterinary Academy
Roberto Guedes
Professor at Minas Gerais Federal University
Romeo Sanchez
Associate Professor at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of the Philippines
Rutger Jansen
Veterinary, member of the European School of Pig Health Management
Stephen Hennart
PhD in Chemical Engineering, Vice President of INDICAL, Global Sales Director
Tanja Opriessnig
Dr. vet. med. in Veterinary Medicine, University of Veterinary Medicine,
Xinyan Han
a professor at the College of Animal Science, Zhejiang University
RONGYU ZENG
Obtained MS degrees in In Animal Nutrition and Preventive Veterinary Medicine respectively from Nanjing Agricultural University
Li Bin
Ph.D., professor, Director of the Institute of Veterinary Medicine
Jianli Li
professor, master's supervisor
Yulan Liu
a professor of School of Animal Science and Nutritional Engineering
Sionagh Smith
Dr.
Li Xueping
senior veterinary physician, practicing veterinary physician
Wang Jian
Challenge the Dean of the Animal Protection Research Institute
Steven McOrist
Management of pig farms in the Asia Pacific region and consultation on pig health and biosafety
Bin Wu
Professor and doctoral supervisor at Huazhong Agricultural University
Heather L. Wilson
Adjunct Professor of Veterinary Microbiology at the Western Veterinary College of the University of Saskatchewan and Vaccine and Immunotherapy at the School of Public Health at the University of Saskatchewan
Suphot Wattanaphansak
Veterinary, Master's, PhD
Fan Hongjie
PhD, Chief Professor of the Zhongshan Scholar Program at Nanjing Agricultural University, and Leader of Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Jianmin Zhang
Professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Veterinary Medicine, South China Agricultural University
Lysan Eppink
Chairman of the British Pig Veterinary Association and Honorary Lecturer (Pig Health and Management) at the Royal (Dick) College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Edinburgh
Matthias Eddicks
German pig veterinary expert
Hyeun Bum Kim
Master's and PhD in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota, USA
Rafael Frandoloso
Professor at Paso Fondo University (UPF, Brazil), international researcher at the Department of Animal Health at the University of Leon (ULE, Spain), and international scholar at the Castile and Leon Veterinary Academy
Roberto Guedes
Professor at Minas Gerais Federal University
Romeo Sanchez
Associate Professor at the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of the Philippines
Rutger Jansen
Veterinary, member of the European School of Pig Health Management
Stephen Hennart
PhD in Chemical Engineering, Vice President of INDICAL, Global Sales Director
Tanja Opriessnig
Dr. vet. med. in Veterinary Medicine, University of Veterinary Medicine,
Xinyan Han
a professor at the College of Animal Science, Zhejiang University
RONGYU ZENG
Obtained MS degrees in In Animal Nutrition and Preventive Veterinary Medicine respectively from Nanjing Agricultural University
Li Bin
Ph.D., professor, Director of the Institute of Veterinary Medicine
Jianli Li
professor, master's supervisor
Yulan Liu
a professor of School of Animal Science and Nutritional Engineering
Sionagh Smith
Dr.
Li Xueping
senior veterinary physician, practicing veterinary physician
Wang Jian
Challenge the Dean of the Animal Protection Research Institute
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