FEFAC’s annual meeting to focus on EU feed autonomy

27 March 20242 min reading

Brussels anticipates hosting the 68th FEFAC Annual Public Meeting on May 31, 2024. The event is poised to convene industry leaders and policymakers to deliberate on strategies aimed at bolstering EU feed autonomy and fostering circular practices within the livestock sector.

Set against the backdrop of pressing challenges and opportunities within the EU livestock sector, the upcoming FEFAC (European Feed Manufacturers' Federation) Annual Public Meeting will serve as a pivotal platform for addressing the imperative of EU feed autonomy. Commencing with an address by FEFAC President Pedro Cordero, the 68th FEFAC meeting is set to take place in Brussels on May 31, 2024. This gathering will ignite crucial discussions on the EU Protein Plan's impact and strategic autonomy objectives.

Notable figures such as Janusz Wojciechowski, EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Affairs, will offer insights into the growth potential of EU protein crops. Panels throughout the event will delve into drivers promoting circularity and reducing carbon emissions in feed and livestock operations.

With a diverse mix of stakeholders, including industry like Corteva and Cargill, alongside policymakers from the European Commission, the meeting aims to steer the EU livestock sector towards resilience and competitiveness. Stakeholders eagerly anticipate sharing ideas and strategies vital for navigating the evolving landscape of animal nutrition and feed production.

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