The British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) Annual Conference is the flagship event for animal scientists across the UK and Ireland and beyond.It provides endless opportunities to network, collaborate, socialise, update knowledge and debate with peers.
Submission deadline 14th November 2023
This year’s theme is the role of livestock in our ecosystems and economy and we encourage you all to submit your work to contribute to this important debate.
You will see from the programme that there are a number of themed sessions such as ‘the role of vets and farmers in tacking parasitic disease,’ ‘precision technologies in livestock management, health and welfare,’ along with the interesting animal nutrition and production, impacts of climate change and advancements in animal science sessions, and many more.
If you have research to present, either as supervisors, with students, or as part of your organisations activities, please look at the programme and submit an abstract. It is a great environment for postgrad students to develop their presentational skills and for established scientists and technologists to highlight their activities.
We welcome abstracts in the areas of:
- Adoption of science on farms and behaviour change
- Adaption strategies for cattle and sheep to climate change
- Advances in breeding and genetics
- Advances in mitigating the environmental impact of ruminant production
- Animal health and welfare
- Sustainable proteins: insects co-products and technologies
- Beef cattle
- Climate change and animal disease
- Companion and captive animals
- Dairy cattle
- Grazing systems
- Precision technologies in livestock management
- Responding to climate change and its potential effect on livestock
- Role of diverse pastures in future proofing livestock sustainability
- Role of vets and farmers in tackling parasitic disease
- Small Ruminants (sheep, goats and deer)
- The future diet of monogastrics with non-human edible ingredients
- Young stock