CLFMA to hold two-day national meet in Hyderabad

The CLFMA of India (Compound Livestock Feed Manufacturers of India) will conduct a two-working day convention on September 24 and 25 to go over the livestock sector landscape and prospects in the sector.

The working day a single programme includes the 54th Annual Typical Assembly of the affiliation and the inaugural of the convention.

On the second working day, a nationwide symposium will be held with the theme ‘Feeding the Increasing Livestock Populace: Current and Long term Problems.


“The 62nd nationwide symposium will have two periods and a roundtable discussion. In the 1st session, speakers will discuss about need, source commodity outlook for corn and soybean — the two commodities that lead appreciably to the compound feed manufacturing,” CLFMA Chairman Neeraj Kumar Srivastava has said.

The second session will have speakers talking about sustainability of on the net revenue of poultry products and solutions, on the net investing of agri commodities and policies relevant to imports and exports of corn and soybean.

OP Chaudhary (Joint Secretary, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Office, Govt of India), Balram Singh Yadav (Controlling Director of Godrej Agrovet), Mrugank Paranjape (Controlling Director and CEO of NCDEX E-marketplaces Minimal), B Soundararajan (Chairman of Suguna Holdings) and Rahul Kumar (CEO of Lactalis India) will acquire section in the deliberations.

The CLFMA interacts with the Centre, State governments and business players on plan formation relevant to the livestock sector.

The affiliation has a varied membership from across the animal protein value chain like feed producing poultry, dairy and aquaculture corporations animal nourishment and health, veterinary services and machinery, machines and processing.