Veterinaria Digital will exhibit its new design at IPPE 2019 in Atlanta
The digital publication specialized in Veterinary Sciences will be located at pavilion C, stand C10903 of the exhibition center
Veterinaria Digital – the online magazine about Veterinary Sciences – will attend to the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) that will take place in Atlanta, USA, from February the 12th until the 14th. Anyone interested in knowing more about Veterinaria Digital will find its team at pavilion C, stand C10903 of the Georgia World Congress Center.
The magazine has recently gone through a few changes in its web platform, which will be shown to IPPE attendees. Among the new features, Veterinaria Digital has updated its web and restructured its sections to make the site more user-friendlier. Its search engine is now better at finding specific content by narrowing down results effectively and according to user’s request.
Veterinaria Digital’s content is now structured in 8 main sections – Home, Articles, Blogs, News, Calendar, Veterinaria TV, Companies and Contact. Moreover, there are two weekly subsections dedicated to business-orientated famous quotes – The Writer’s Corner –, and a miscellany of nature-related pictures taken by our collaborators – The Artist’s Corner.
All about Veterinary Sciences
The online magazine gathers relevant news and articles about veterinary medicine and topics related to poultry and swine farming, aquaculture, agriculture and animal production sectors. Veterinaria Digital considers itself as a scientific publication with the aim of offering quality information about animal feeding, animal pathologies and animal welfare in 4 languages: Spanish, English, Russian and Chinese.
Among its collaborators, there are experts and researchers working mainly within the veterinary sector, and based in countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Russia, Argentina, China and Spain, among others.
IPPE: “the worlds’ largest exhibition on poultry and animal nutrition”
According to the organizers, 2018’s edition gathered 1.216 exhibitors and had a turnout of more than 30.000 people from 125 countries. After US representation, Canadian and Mexican exhibitors are 2nd and 3rd largest, respectively. In terms of geographical origin of its visitors, Latin America is the most representative region after North America.
Theannual congress brings together main industries related to poultry sector, from technology developers and equipment producers to meat and animal nutrition industries. It is sponsored by the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA), the North American Meat Institute (NAMI) and the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY)