Join us in MONTRÉAL for the
2022 ICAR/Interbull Conference
May 30 to June 3, 2022
Considering the recent changes in directives and restrictions issued by provincial and Canadian governments, the Organizing Committee is delighted to announce that the 2022 ICAR/Interbull Conference will be an IN-PERSON event!
We invite you to visit the Program and Call for Abstracts pages for more details.
Lactanet, the Canadian Network for Dairy Excellence, is honoured to be your host for the 2022 ICAR/Interbull Conference. This world-class event will be held in the vibrant and friendly city of Montréal, in the province of Québec – Canada.
It will be a unique opportunity to share our expertise, connect with international collaborators and transform animal agriculture by linking science, data and farming practices.
We invite you to join us and we can’t wait to see you in person!
Share. Connect. Transform.
Sharing solutions on digital transformation, animal welfare and environmental sustainability to support global food security
Livestock sectors are facing a new type of challenge globally. Climate change is increasingly impacting how we produce high-quality food products and rising consumer awareness is forcing a new level of on-farm accountability. Future sustainability is at the forefront of every decision at the consumer and farm level.
Livestock farmers are committed to protecting the environment and resources for future generations. They are adapting to evolving consumer demands to maintain their social license to operate. They also strive to be efficient at producing high-quality food products with healthy and well-cared-for animals. Now, through the collaboration of ideas and data, we can build innovative tools and strategies to create an informative definition of sustainable animal agriculture, merging economics and environment, driven by the latest technologies and research.
Advanced automated systems are changing the way we approach data. Recording and monitoring biologically complex characteristics is limitless if researchers can access and decrypt the supply of information on a global scale. Through artificial intelligence, innovative, and collaborate work, big data can become our greatest strength. By connecting and sharing data sources, the livestock industry can transform the way it evaluates animal welfare and sustainability. To continue to be leaders in the development of environmental responsible practices, our industry needs to adopt new practices and new concepts for feeding a growing world population.
Join us in Montréal to be part of this transformation.