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Special Lecture

April 27 (Wed.)
1:00 p.m.~2:00 p.m.

2022 situation surrounding eggs

Jun Miyazaki

Jun Miyazaki

General Manage, First Sales Department, East Japan Sales Division
JA.Z-TAMAGO.CO.,LTD.

“I will address changes in demand for eggs due to COVID-19, trends in egg production (number of birds fed, impact of the avian influenza outbreak and its recovery), and issues to increase egg consumption.”

2:30 p.m.~3:30 p.m.

2022 fluctuating pork production and supply/demand trends

Takashi Kimura

Takashi Kimura

Senior Executive Director, Sales Division
TOKYO MEAT MARTKET Co. Ltd.

“One year ago, as I gave a presentation on pork supply and demand in an online seminar at this show, the situation surrounding pork has changed dramatically over the past year. The expansion of COVID-19, rising prices for production materials and feed, including soaring oil prices, and growing interest in the SDGs will impact on the supply and demand of pork and on pig farming operations. I will organize and discuss future trends in pork supply and demand, including the above and other recent issues.”

April 28 (Thu.)
11:00 a.m.~12:00 p.m.

How to protect farms from ASF, CSF, and other malignant overseas infectious diseases

Yoshihiro Sakoda

Yoshihiro Sakoda

Professor, School / Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University

“Three years have passed since the outbreak of Classical swine fever (CSF) in Japan. The spread of the virus in wild boars has led to outbreaks in vaccinated farms. Continued persistent countermeasures are desirable, as failure to take an action will only delay the end of the outbreak. In addition, many outbreaks of African swine fever (ASF) have been reported in neighboring countries, and there are fears that ASF may enter Japan; thorough implementation of CSF countermeasures is itself a strengthening of ASF countermeasures, and I will discuss on-farm measures to prevent outbreaks of the two types of swine fever.”

2:30 p.m.~3:30 p.m.

Challenges and issues in the poultry industry

Atsushi Tajima

Atsushi Tajima

Ex-President, Japan Poultry Science Association
Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Tsukuba

“The Japanese poultry industry has made great strides since World War II and is now one of the leading industries in Japan. On the other hand, the situation in Japan and overseas continues to be turbulent, and the workers on-site must always respond appropriately to new situations. In this lecture, we will approach from various perspectives the themes that need to be challenged and issues that need to be resolved in order for the poultry industry to achieve further development.”

April 29 (Fri.)
11:00 a.m.~12:00 p.m.

Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from poultry and pig farming in Japan

Akifumi Ogino

Akifumi Ogino

Principal Researcher
Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science, National Agriculture and Food Research Organization (NARO)

“The government has set a goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 46% by 2030, and the Strategy for Sustainable Food Systems, MeaDRI also calls for achieving zero CO2 emissions from agriculture, forestry, and fisheries by 2050. Against this background, the project "Development of Climate Change Mitigation Technologies in the Livestock Sector," commissioned by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, has been implemented for five years starting in 2017. In this presentation, I will focus on the results of the project and discuss the measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from poultry and pig farming and the reduction effects of their introduction.”

1:00 a.m.~2:00 p.m.

Exploring the appeal of Japanese eggs

Takafumi Ueno

Takafumi Ueno

Representative, Japan Tamagokake Gohan Research Institute

“I will talk about the culture of eating raw eggs and the demand for eggs in Japan, as well as the "golden ratio of tamagokake gomago (rice with egg)" and introduce delicious eggs from all over Japan.”

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