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ICG 2016

Announcements

A Message From the Chair of ICG

Dear Distinguished Academicians,

10 abstracts that will be selected from the submissions you have submitted for the Conference, will be published at Small Ruminant Research Journal, which is published by Elsevier and Sergei Yan Landau is the editor in chief, after the Conference. In case of an approval for more than 10 abstracts, a speacial edition will be published only for ICG2016.

We would like to thank Serge Yan Landau for IGA and Small Ruminant Research Journal collaboration.

Best Poster Awards

Dear Participants,
After the submitted posters have been rated, the best 3 selected posters will be awarded with a prize of 500€ each.

Our New Invited Speakers have been announced on our website


The detailed program of our Technical Tour has been announced on our website


We continue to work with great effort for ICG 2016

Welcome Letter

On behalf of the Conference Organizing Committee, it is our pleasure to invite you to attend the 12th International Conference on Goats “ICG 2016", which will take place between September 25-30th, 2016 in the great city of Antalya, Turkey. We are delighted to welcome all delegates to this event.

Professionals involved in all aspects of goat production, processing and value chains from all over the world will have the opportunity to gain new knowledge, share experiences and explore the exciting city of Antalya and its surroundings.

The theme for the conference is “Contributions of caprine agrosylvopastoral production systems to society and the environment: different strategies for developing goat value chains to face global change", including a range of production systems with a focus on research and evidence for practice, and the contribution to delivery of quality goat products. Our keynote and invited speakers come from around the world, representing the very best in their fields of expertise. Additionally we will have presentations, both oral and poster, from colleagues in practice, education, management and research. Poster sessions are organized to provide a forum for continued and extensive coverage of the topics addressed in the conference and provide the opportunity for young scientists to present their work.

Learning from the past and planning for the future, the 12 th ICG will provide us with an excellent opportunity to share our experiences and projects. In addition to the outstanding scientific program being offered, we encourage delegates to enjoy the famous cultural heritage and natural beauty of Turkey with our social and cultural events. You are also invited to visit the trade conference exhibition where you will find the latest in goat-related technologies and new systems.

We welcome all delegates to what promises to be a highlight of the 2016 calendar.

Yours Sincerely,


Dr. İrfan Daşkıran

Dr. Nazan Koluman

Key Information

The 12th International Conference on Goats
Antalya, Turkey, 25 – 30th September, 2016

Conference Venue
Kervansaray Lara Hotel and Convention Center

Conference Title
Contributions of caprine agrosylvopastoral production systems to society and the environment.

Conference Subtitle
Different strategies for developing goat value chains to face global change.

Conference Language
The official language of the 12th International Conference on Goats is English.

Exhibition Area
Convenient spaces will be available for the exhibitors at the Venue.

Invitation Letter
Official letters of invitation can be printed from the online registration system after the registration procedure is completed. The organizing office may ask for the registration payment.

Accepted Abstracts

Distinguished Participants;

First of all we would like to thank you for your interest in ICG’16 and the abstracts you sent.

Accepted and conditionally accepted abstract auhtors are being determali

ined after the evaluation process that was made by reviewers. Green coloured authors had completed their payment process and deserved to be in the programme. We kindly ask grey coloured authors to complete their payment process as soon as possible in order to put them in the programme.

Yours sincerely,

ID Account Title Status
3 Claire SALVEDİA Effect of Orally Fed Microbials on the Milk Yield and Milk Components of Crossbred lactating Goats Accepted
6 Amor GADDOUR Lactation Curve of Local goat, Pure breds and Crosses Genotypes in Southern Tunisia Accepted
8 Amor GADDOUR Early growth of the local kids and the effects of non-genetic factors in pastoral breeding mode in Tunisian arid zone Accepted
9 Nseabasi ETIM GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF WEST AFRICAN DWARF GOAT (BUCKS) FED DIFFERENT FORAGES Accepted
17 Mazhar AYAZA An Ex Vivo Up-Take of Levamisole Molecules by Cestode (Monezia Expensa) of Goat (Capra Hirsa) and its detection through RP-HPLC Accepted
19 Mazhar AYAZA Development of Goat Warble fly vaccine for thecontrol of P. silenus braur in local Goat (Capra hirsa) Accepted
20 Beth MILLER Title: PPREradication Campaign: background, progress and lessons learned Accepted
22 Kamran MOLAEI Report of several twinning in female domesticated goats and wild male mountain goat mating Accepted
23 Tanveer HUSSAIN Molecular Variation of sixteen Ovine Microsatellite Markers in Jattal and Dera Din Panah Goat Breeds of Pakistan Accepted
25 Sohrab RASOULI A survey on contamination rate of Sarcocyst in Miyandoab Slaughtered Small ruminants (goat) bydigestive method and comparison of results with abattoir statistics Accepted
26 Sohrab RASOULI Studies On Goats Tick Fauna And Seasonal Variations Of Tick Population In West Azarbaijan Province Accepted
27 Hakan ERDURAN Milk Yield and Changes of Milk Components Traits of Pure Hair Goats, Saanen x Hair Crossbred and Alpine x Hair Crossbred under Semi İntensive Conditions Accepted
28 Fhulufhelo Vincent RAMUKHITHI Characterisation of South African indigenous goat biochemical semen ingredients Accepted
31 Slaiman ALDBAIB Effect of feeding discarded dates on milk yield and composition of Aradi goats Accepted
32 Arthur GOETSCH Conditions to evaluate differences in resilience of sheep and goats to high heat load Accepted
33 Sema ÇAKIR Treatment of Cranial Cruciate Ligament Ruptures with Autografts (Peroneus Longus Muscle and Cranialis Tibial Muscle) in goats Accepted
35 Sangho MOON Effects of physically effective neutral detergent fiber content on dry matter intake, digestibility, and chewing activity in black goats (Capra hircus coreanae) fed total mixed ration Accepted
36 Shabir WANI Cashmere Producing Smallholder Nomads of Himalaya: Survival Challenges of a System Accepted
37 Yingjie ZHANG Expression of EGF and IGF-1 mRNA of Skins in Liaoning Cashmere Goat and Chengde Black Goat Accepted
38 Khalid ALSOBAYIL Use of Estrus Synchronization and Artificial Insemination for improving Fall-Kidding of Locally born Syrian Goats in SaUdi Arabia Accepted
39 Mohammad MIRZAEI A survey on liver flukes infection of Hormozgan’s goats slaughtered in Bandarabass abattoir, Iran Accepted
40 Hamza KHALED Abortions as a limiting factor for Algerian goat herds Accepted
41 Ali KIANI Fatty acid composition of goat and sheep meat produced in Iranian transhumant production system Accepted
42 Sangho MOON Effects of crude protein level on dry matter intake, digestibility and crude protein balance in growing wethers of Korean native goat (Capra hircus coreanae) Accepted
43 Jean-paul DUBEUF The future for goat systems between ecological intensification and agro – ecological transition Accepted
44 Tatek WOLDU BELETE Revealed buyer preferences for goat attributes in Ethiopia: A hedonic price analysis Accepted
45 José Luis RIVEROS Goat meat dietary intervention based on a socio-productive diagnose in Chitima, Mozambique Accepted
46 Steve ZENG Dairy Herd Information (DHI) for Goats: Current status and future trend in the U.S. Accepted
47 Heraldo GONÇALVES Ruminal parameters and intake in goats fed with alfalfa and cassava Accepted
48 Heraldo GONÇALVES Production performance, intake and ingestive behavior of dairy goats fed with alfalfa grazing and cassava Accepted
49 Jose Marıa BELLO DRONDA VARIATION IN THE WELFARE OF MILKING GOATS AND SHEEP IN COMMERCIAL FARMS: DIFFERENCES AMONG SPECIES, GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS, FARM SIZES AND PRODUCTION LEVEL OF FARMS. Accepted
50 Arthur GOETSCH Cohesive behavior of a small herd of goats in a woodland pasture Accepted
51 Jacques HOLTZ Use of electronic identification and new technologies in French goat farms Accepted
52 Jean-paul DUBEUF Incentive public policies in favor of sylvo pastoralism for goats in the Mediterranean: Conservation, heritage, specialization,or abandonment ? Accepted
53 Mohammed AYADI Improvement and conservation of crude olive cake obtained by mechanical pressure Accepted
54 Mohammed AYADI Evaluation of the nutritional value of different forms presentation of cactus cladodes Accepted
55 Abner RODRIGUEZ The effect of a lactic acid bacteria inoculant on the fermentation characteristics, aerobic stability and acceptability by mixed race pigmy goats of forage sorghum ensiled at low dry matter content Accepted
56 Renée DE CREMOUX Implementation of a pilot program for clinical Q fever surveillance in France: epidemiological and organizational lessons applied to goats herds Accepted
57 Renée DE CREMOUX Extended lactation management in dairy goats: diversity of management strategies and impacts on milk somatic cell counts Accepted
58 Alice HUBERT Variability of vacuum in goat clusters under different controlled conditions of pipeline height, vacuum settings and flow rate Accepted
59 Duygu KASIKCI Effect of mating experience of Saanen X hair goat crosses bucks on mating performance and fertility in does Conditionally Accepted
60 Arthur GOETSCH Effects of level of brackish water on feed intake, digestion, and heat energy with growing Boer and Spanish goat wethers Accepted
61 Zeynep KARAPINAR First molecular characterization of CAEV in blood and milk samples from goats in Turkey based on gag gene sequence analysis Accepted
62 Recai KULAKSIZ Investigation of Changes of Spermatologic, Andrologic and Hormonal Parameters in Georgian Male Goats during Breeding and Non-Breeding Season* Accepted
63 Robert Boyle ONZIMA Participatory definition of breeding objectives and trait preference by smallholder farmers for indigenous goats in Uganda Accepted
64 Szilvia KUSZA Preliminary results on genetic polymorphism of β-casein gene in two Romanian indigenous goat breeds Accepted
65 Dinu GAVOJDIAN Comparative study on fitness traits and reproductive efficiency in Carpatina and Banat White goat breeds Accepted
66 Hector Marıo ANDRADE-MONTEMAYOR ANNUAL REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE IN MALE GOATS: COMPARISSON BETWEEN A MEXICAN CRIOLLO GENOTYPE AND PURE BREEDS COMMONLY USED IN MEXICO Accepted
67 Hector Marıo ANDRADE-MONTEMAYOR Effect of Suplementation with Opuntia ficus indica var Copena 1, and Mezquite pod (Prosopis laevigata) on feed intake, body weight , milk production and quality in French Alpine goats in Semiarid of Mexico. Accepted
68 Hector Marıo ANDRADE-MONTEMAYOR COMPARISON OF PROTEIN PROFILE OF GOAT MILK OF THREE RACES (French Alpine, Nubian and Criollo) with COW MILK HOLSTEIN Accepted
69 Yiming SULAIMAN Goat conservation and breeding research in Xinjiang, China Accepted
70 Birute SLYZIENE Correlation of electrical conductivity indicators of goat milk with somatic cell count and milking traits Accepted
71 Muhammad Arif ZAFAR Amelioration of inflammatory cytokines improves survival in acute respiratory distress syndrome in goats after intravenous administration of thymoquinone Accepted
72 Juan Carlos SILVA JARQUIN Effect on the composition, degradation, apparent digestibility and activity of anti-nutritional factors pod mesquite (Prosopis laevigata) boiled. Accepted
73 Juan Carlos SILVA JARQUIN ESTROGEN INHIBITORS TO INCRASE OVULATIONRATE ON GOATS Accepted
74 Malebogo BOPAPE The effect of indigenous chicken egg yolk concentrations and temperatures on short-term preservation of South African indigenous goat semen Accepted
75 Kristine PILIENA Genetic polymorphism at the CSN1S1 gene and its association with milk productivity traits in Latvia goat herds Accepted
76 Wallace SILVA ADAPTIVE CARACTERIZATION OF CANARIAN GOATS UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS OF TENERIFE - SPAIN Accepted
77 Dilip BHANDARI Community-Managed Genetic Improvement of Goats: A Case Study Accepted
78 Martín DEL VALLE Dried meat products as an alternative for waste dairy goats Accepted
79 Arturo TREJO USEOF MELATONIN IMPLANTS ON DAIRY GOATS Accepted
80 Arturo TREJO REPRODUCTIVE ASPECTSOF GOATS IN MEXICO. Accepted
81 Chongzhi ZHANG Effects of photoperiod and diet nutrition intervention on the nutrients digestibility, hair follicle activity and blood metabolomics in Inner Mongolia cashmere goats Conditionally Accepted
82 Lu JIN Evaluation of associative effects of total mixed ration for cashmere goats using in vitro gas production Accepted
85 Recai KULAKSIZ Comparison of testicularmeasurements, fresh and frozen semen characteristics in the horned and polled Kilis goats Accepted
86 Gürsel DELLAL Assessment of Goat Meat Production and Consumption and Future Outlook for Turkey Accepted
87 Gürsel DELLAL Strategies for Increasing of Contribution of Goat Fibers Production to Economy and Socio-Cultural Structure in Turkey Accepted
88 Ouranios TZAMALOUKAS Comparative aspects of sheep and goats raised in single species herds or in mixed herds Accepted
90 Jean-louis POULET Effects of transition from twice- to once-a-day milking on milk flow kinetics of Alpine goats Accepted
91 Hasan ORAL Determination of Gestational Age in Abasian and Georgian Goats Where Some Embryonic and Fetal Parameters were Measured Ultrasonography Accepted
92 Elif YÖRÜSÜN Classification And EvaluationOf Goat Farms in Çanakkale Province According to EU Accounting System (FADN) Accepted
93 S Abbas RAFAT Characterization of Cashmere in Regions of Iran, Kyrgyzstan and Italy Accepted
94 Dilip BHANDARI Adoption of Improved Goat Management Practices through Farmer Field School – A Heifer International Nepal Initiative Accepted
96 Mushap KURU The Effects of the Use of Controlled Internal Drug Release (CIDR) for Estrus Synchronization on Paraoxonase Activities and Total Sialic Acid Levels in Georgian Goats Accepted
97 Sema ÇAKIR The effect on production loss of dental disorders in adult goats Accepted
98 Mushap KURU Synchronization with Controlled Internal Drug Release (CIDR) on Exacerbate Oxidative and Nitrosative Stress and Leptin Levels in Abasian Goats* Accepted
99 Francisco De Asís RUIZ MORALES A METHOD TO IDENTIFY THE AGRO –ECOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GRAZING DAIRY GOATS SYSTEMS AND WHAT PRACTICES HAVE TO BE IMPROVED Accepted
101 Leila ALAOUI SOSSE Contribution of mechanistic modelling of milk ejection kinetics: application to data issued from LactoCorder® Accepted
102 Sergei Yan LANDAU Consuming willow (Salix acmophylla) foliage alleviates somatic cell count in goat milk at the end of lactation Accepted
103 Kanber KARA Comparison of digestion parameters of some forage sources in Damascus goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) as in vitro Accepted
105 Sándor KUKOVICS Main polymorphisms of CSN1S1, CSN1S2 and CSN2 genes in various Hungarian goat flocks Accepted
107 Abner RODRIGUEZ Ensiling characteristics of corn and maralfalfa forages and silage intake preference by meat-type goats Accepted
108 Saddul DEVIKA Enhancing productivity on smallholder goat farms in Mauritius through promoting the adoption of improved husbandry practices for higher income generation Accepted
109 Sándor KUKOVICS The impact of milk production level on goat dairy products Accepted
111 Zaisen WANG Preliminary study on anthelmintic potential of methanol extracts of certain plants Accepted
113 Maheshika KURUKULASURIYA Levelof Gastrointestinal Parasitism and Anaemia in Sri Lankan Indigenous Goats andtheir Jamnapari Crossbreds under the Field Conditions of Eastern Province inSri Lanka Accepted
114 Nar GURUNG Evaluation of an On-farm Training Program on Improved Goat Production for Youth in Lamjung District of Nepal Accepted
115 Yusuf GARBA Performance of Lactating Red Sokoto Does fed Native Galactagogues in Semi-arid, Nigeria Accepted
116 Mhairi SUTHERLAND Evaluation of the efficacy of a non-penetrating captive bolt to euthanize goats less than I month of age Accepted
117 Salima CHARALLAH-CHERIF Milk production and growth performances of Bedouin goat in early lactation Accepted
119 Cesar A. MEZA-HERRERA Betacarotene supplementation positively affects selected blood metabolites across time around the onset of puberty in goats Accepted
120 Cesar A. MEZA-HERRERA Targeted betacarotene-supplementation positively affects ovulation rate and antral follicular development while alters the serum GH-IGF-1 profile in adult goats Accepted
121 Cesar A. MEZA-HERRERA Effect of supplementation of protein enriched Opuntia megacantha Salm-Dyck cladodes upon reproductive outcomes in anestric goats exposed to the male effect Accepted
122 Cesar A. MEZA-HERRERA Precision glutamate supplementation, antral follicular development and the LH secretion pattern in adult goats. Accepted




124 Gosia Zobel The New Zealand dairy goat industry: a rapidly changing industry Accepted
125 Warren KING The Environmental Footprint of Dairy Goat Farming in New Zealand Accepted
127 Maureen VALENTINE Changes in goat nutrition, health and farmer net incomes with intensification of grazing systems in India Accepted
128 Zamfirescu STELA THE RETROSPECTIVE RESULTS OF THE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENTS REGARDING REPRODUCTION BIOTECHNOLOGIES IN GOAT AND SHEEP IN ROMANIA Zamfirescu Stela, Jitariu Daniela Anghel Andreea,Nadolu Dorina,Dobrin Nicu Accepted
129 Bırusk KESKIN MorfologicalCharacteristics of Coloured Angora Goat Accepted
130 Koray TEKIN Effect of different extenders on motility and sperm kinematics parameters in Norduz goat semen Accepted
131 Emilia BAGNICKA The effect of selenium added to diets in inorganic or organic form on the selenium content and activity of lysosomal enzymes in milk and blood serum of dairy goats Accepted
132 Emilia BAGNICKA Goat milk somatic cell mRNA level of genes coding selected proteins and peptides involved in the immune response according to the goat breed and stage of lactation Accepted
133 Gosia ZOBEL Hoof overgrowth affects lying behaviour of dairy goats near parturition Accepted
134 Ali DAŞKIN TESTICULAR ULTRASONOGRAPHICMONITORING AND SPERM FREEZABILITY IN ANGORA BUCKS Accepted
135 Zamfirescu STELA Improving milk production of Romanian Carpathian x Sannen goats by modulating food rations. Accepted
137 Gosia ZOBEL Growth rates of dairy goat kids from birth to mating on 16 New Zealand dairy goat farms Accepted
139 Ferenc PAJOR Effect of marine microalgae supplementation on goat milk fatty acid composition – preliminary results Accepted
143 Füsun COŞKUN Determination of Milk Yield, Composition andSomatic Cell Counts of Maltese Goats Raised at Farm Condition in KırşehirProvince Accepted
144 Olabosede TAKEET EFFECT OF CASSAVAWASTE-BASED FEEDING ON THE HAEMATOLOGY AND BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF WEST AFRICANDWARF GOATS IN OGUN STATE, NIGERIA Accepted
145 Havva ALEMDAR Effect of estrus behavioral pattern on pregnancy rates in synchronized Angora goats Accepted
146 Aykut Asım AKBAŞ Some Behaviour Traits of Honamlı, Hair and Saanen Goats in the Maquis Area* Accepted
147 Kanber KARA TOTAL CAROTENOID AND IN VITRO DIGESTION VALUES OF SOME TREE FORAGES IN GOAT Accepted
148 Maurice MAHIEU Failure of moxidectin in controlling an outbreak of Strongyloides papillosus in Goat Accepted
149 Serap GÖNCÜ Turkey Intensive Goat Farming and Contribution to Turkish Milk Consumption Accepted
150 Lılıana ALLEGRETTI INTAKE AND DIET DIGESTIBILITY IN GOATS FED SIMPLE AND MIXED DIETS OFNATIVE WOODY PLANTS IN MENDOZA, ARGENTINA Accepted
152 Mustafa SAATCI A glance on the sociodemographic life of extensive goat breeders in West Mediterranean Region of Turkey Accepted
154 Özdal KÖKSAL GOAT’S MEAT CONSUMPTION IN TURKEY Accepted
155 Elena DE MARTIN Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis Virus: genetic evolution, tissue tropism and pathogenicity Accepted
156 Wallace SILVA SEASONAL BEHAVIOR OF THERMOREGULATORY RESPONSES AND HEMATOLOGIC PARAMETERS OF TINERFEÑA GOATS Accepted
157 Carla HARTER Net macromineral requirements for growth of Saanen goat kids in early life are similar among genders Accepted
158 Katrin SPORKMANN On-farm welfare assessment of dairy goat farms in Germany Accepted
159 Heiko GEORG Meat quality and performance of pasture based fattened organic goat kids in Germany Accepted
160 G. CAJA Comparison of current dry matter intake prediction models with a meta-analysis data in dairy goats Accepted
162 Luca RAPETTI Estimation of urinary nitrogen excretion of lactating goats through urine creatinine analysis in Northern Italy farms. Accepted
164 Yasin UCARLI GROUP DYNAMICS OF ANATOLIAN BEZOAR IBEX (Capra aegagrus aegagrus) IN CORUH VALLEY WILDLIFE RESERVE, ARTVIN, TURKEY Accepted
165 Khalid JAVED GENETIC PARAMETERS OF SOME PERFORMANCE TRAITS IN BEETAL GOATS IN PAKISTAN Accepted
167 Ali Reha AĞAOĞLU Assessment of reproductive traits of Honamlı does by observation of sexual behaviour and measurement of serum progesterone and estradiol concentrations Accepted
168 Zoltan NAAR Comparative studies and analytical developments on α-s1, α-s2 and β casein contents of goat milk collected from various breeds and populations Accepted
169 Borni JEMMALI Genetic polymorphism of alpha-S1 and kappa casein gene in Tunisian local Goat Accepted
170 Samira EL OTMANI Evaluation of chemical composition of available by-products in the North of Morocco Accepted
173 Serhat KARACA Effects of pre-slaughter ascorbic acid administration on some physiological indicators and meat quality traits of road transport stressed kids Accepted
175 Izabelle TEIXEIRA Body weight affects mean retention time in the rumen of growing Saanen goats Accepted
176 Said ZANTAR Physicochemicalcharacterization and determination of fatty acid profile in a dietary fresh cheese Accepted
177 Youssef CHEBLI Biomass production and use of silvopastoral areas in northern Morocco Accepted




180 Enrique Nelson ESCOBAR A demonstration on the use of goats and sheep to controlunwanted vegetation in sensitive areas Accepted
182 Shoaib AFRIDI DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION OF RUMEN PROTECTED FATS TO IMPROVE SEMEN QUALITY IN BEETAL GOAT BUCKS Accepted
183 Funda ATAÇ CROSSBREEDING STUDIES IN WEST ANATOLIAN GOAT PRODUCTION Accepted
184 Pamela POPHIWA Goat meat quality after applying two “ideal” slaughter procedures Accepted
185 Mouad CHENTOUF Effect of season and storage duration on semen quality of North Moroccan bucks. Accepted
186 Mouad CHENTOUF Efficiency of different hormonal treatments to control oestrus and ovulation in North Moroccan goat during the anoestrus season Accepted
187 Özkan ELMAZ THE DETERMINATION OF GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF HONAMLI GOAT KIDS Accepted
188 Ramon SORIANO-ROBLES MULTINUTRIENT BLOCKS (MNB) AND THE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF GOAT PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN THE MIXTECA, OAXACA, MEXICO Accepted
189 Abubeker HASSEN Partialreplacements of Stylosanthes scabra forage for lucerne in total mixedration diet of Saanen goats Accepted
190 Thirupathy VENKATACHALAPATHY Identification of a novel SNP at Thyroid hormone responsive(THRSP) gene in native goat breeds of India Accepted
191 Murat TANDOĞAN Economic Value of Goat Rearing in Turkey Accepted
192 Ahmed SALAMA Effects of L-carnitine supplementation on dairy goats performance under heat stress conditions Accepted
193 Ramon SORIANO-ROBLES PARTICIPATORY MONITORING OF GRAZING ROUTES AND SHRUB SPECIES FOR GOATS Accepted
194 Ramon SORIANO-ROBLES Coexistence of two goat production systems in the Mixteca Region, south of Mexico Accepted
195 Zabron NZIKU Reasons for keeping dairy goats in Tanzania, and possible goals for a sustainable breeding program. Accepted
196 Ebru EMSEN Oestrus induction andsynchronisation during anoestrus in yearling Damascus goats using oral andintravaginal progestogens Accepted
198 Muhammad YAQOOB Mastitis prevalence as affected by udder abnormalities in the Beetal Goat Accepted
199 Akeem Babatunde SIKIRU Assessment of goat production and management status in rural communities near Abuja Nigeria Accepted
200 Kadriye HATİPOĞLU ORGANIC GOAT MILK PRODUCTION Accepted
201 Jerry Dehouegnon AGOSSOU Factors limiting semen production and cryopreservation in bucks Accepted
202 Derya ONDER Assessment of manure management in goat production systems in Cukurova Region Accepted
203 Özgün SÖZÜER EFFECTS OF GOAT GRAZING ON KERMES OAK (Quercus coccifera) MORPHOLOGY : AN INDICATOR OF TOTAL ECOLOGICAL IMPACT ON MEDITERRANIAN SHRUB VEGETATION**This study has been prepared from the first author’s Master thesis Accepted
205 Ebru EMSEN Evaluation of factors effecting embryo transfer success in Damascus goats in Anoestrus season Accepted
206 Ahmet KOLUMAN Somatic Cell and Total Bacteria Counts of Raw GoatMilk Obtained from Different Farms in Adana Conditionally Accepted
207 Dilşat YEĞENOĞLU Nutrigenomics and Goat Husbandry Accepted
208 Mustafa KAYMAKÇI THE ROLE OF GOAT BREEDING IN ANATOLIA CULTURE Conditionally Accepted
209 Yong MA A comparison of meat quality of Longling yellow goats under concentrate-based and grass-based feeding strategies Accepted
212 Mehmet BINGÖL The Relationships Between Mohair Yield And Mohair Characteristics of Diffrenet Colour Angora Goats Raised in South Eastern Anatolia Region Of Turkey Conditionally Accepted
213 Mehmet BINGÖL Organic Goats Breeding and Development Facilities in Eastern Anatolia Region Conditionally Accepted
214 Btissam HILAL Effects of Non genetic Factors on Body Weights of Hamra goat population in North of Morocco Accepted
215 Zeynep AKKUTAY-YOLDAR An Outbreak of Parapoxvirus Infection in a Goat Herd from SouthAnatolia, Turkey. Accepted
216 Farhad MIRZAEI Proposal for World Goat Day with reference to Iran as first domestication site of this animal Accepted
217 Ahmet DURSUN Effects of Breed, Lactation Period and Waiting-period Before Milking on Organic Acid Contents of Raw Milk from Damascus and Kilis Goats Accepted
218 Shoor Vir SINGH ‘Therapeutic Indigenous vaccine’ for the treatment of a goatherd of Jakhrana breed endemically infected with Johne’s Disease and suffering from serious set back in health and production Accepted
219 Osman INAY Healthy Udders : High Qality Milk Accepted
220 Shoor Vir SINGH Comparison of Immuno-reactivity of native semi-purified protoplasmic antigen of goat origin versus commercial purified protoplasmic antigens of cattle origin for the diagnosis of Johne’s disease in goatherds in India Accepted
221 Shoor Vir SINGH First time recovery of a novelbiotype (‘Indian Bison Type’) of M.paratuberculosis exclusively infecting Indian goat population, from the Mandyabreed of sheep suffering from clinical Johne’s Disease Accepted
222 Muhammad Yaser KHAN Comparative Physio-Chemical Characteristics of Milk in Pakistani Dairy Goats Under Different Feeding Regimes Accepted
223 Irfan DASKİRAN ANGORA GOAT PRODUCTION SITUATION AND FUTURE VISION OF TURKEY Accepted
224 Korhan ARSLAN Detection of Beta-Laktoglobulin (β-LG) Gene Polymorphism in Hair and Halep (Damascus) Goat Breeds in Turkey Accepted
225 Mehmet KOYUNCU Relationships between Linear Udder Characteristics and Somatic Cell Count in Saanen x Hair Crossbred Goats Accepted
226 Mohamed ELAREF Updated strategies of daily milking frequency for intensive dairy goat farms Accepted
227 Xu GANGYI Molecular Cloning, Structural Analysis and Tissue-specific Expression of Akirin1 Gene in Tianfu Goats Accepted
228 Xu GANGYI Molecular Cloning, SequenceAna
lysis and Tissue-specific Expression of Akirin2Gene in Tianfu Goat
Accepted
229 Xu GANGYI Molecular Cloning and Characterization of Expressions of Myozenin-2 and Myozenin-3 in Tianfu Goats Accepted
230 Duygu Neval SAYIN İPEK Cryptosporidium infection of goat kids in Diyarbakır Accepted
231 Ahmed SALAMA 1H NMR-based metabolomics for the detection of markers of heat stress and inflammation in milk of dairy goats Accepted
232 Ahmed SALAMA Milk yield and milk composition of dairy goats challenged with mammary lipopolysaccharide under heat stress conditions Accepted
233 Michael MOMOH EFFECT OF DIETS CONTAINING TREATED AND UNTREATED SWEET ORANGE (Citrus sinensis) PEELS ON THE PERFORMANCE AND NUTRIENT DIGESTIBILITY OF WEST AFRICAN DWARF GOATS FED GAMBA GRASS Accepted
234 Michael MOMOH Worm infestation in goats and sheep under traditionalmanagement system in north-central Nigeria Accepted
235 Ebru GÜL Changes of Organic Acids and Sugars in Goat Milk and Yogurt Accepted
236 Manab CHAKRABORTY Cap and Trade Permits to Regulate Goat Population in India: An Exploration Conditionally Accepted
238 Mesut KIRBAŞ Some Physiological Reactions under Rural Conditions of Hair, Saanen x Hair and Alpine x Hair Crossbreeding Kids in Konya of Turkey Accepted
239 Abdelrahim ABUBAKR Cross breeding of desert goat with Boer, Kalahari Red and Damascus: effect on kid’s birth weight and carcass characteristics Accepted
240 Elodie GAUDIN Effect of length of distribution and dietary concentrations on the anthelmintic effects of tannin-containing pellets against gastro intestinal nematodes in goats. Accepted
241 Jiangjiang ZHU Differentially expressed genes for lipid metabolism during intramuscular fat deposition byRNA-Sequencing in meat goat Accepted
242 Jiangjiang ZHU Comparative analysis of tissue expression and methylation reveal the crucial hypoxia genes in hypoxia resistant animals Accepted
243 Serdar YAĞCI DETERMINATION OF POTENTİAL POLIMORPHISM OF αs1-CAZEIN (CSN1S1) IN THREE GOAT POPULATION USING PCRRFLP METHOD Accepted
244 Hülya HANOĞLU Development Opportunities For Organic Goats Breeding In Turkey Accepted
245 Ahmet TOLUNAY Role of goats and goat husbandry for forest conservation and wildfire control in Mediterranean and Aegean region of Turkey Accepted
246 Juan CAPOTE Preliminary data on the anticoccidial activity in vivo of Psoralea bituminosa against goat coccidiosis Accepted
247 Juan CAPOTE Analysing the existence of gene flow between Canarian and North African goats with coalescent genealogy samplers Accepted
248 Adile TATLIYER Changes in Some Components of Hair Goat’s Milk During Lactation Accepted
249 Mushtaq LASHARI Haematological and Biochemical Parameters of Goats Fed on Natural grazing in Rangeland of Cholistan Desert, Bhawalpur, Pakistan Accepted
250 A. ARGUELLO Effects of micro seaweed addition to milk replacer on the immune system of goat kids and lambs Accepted
252 Turker SAVAS Goat Kids Need Bipedal Stance and/or Climbing Accepted
253 Sait ENGINDENIZ TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF DAIRY GOAT FARMING: A CASE STUDY FOR TURKEY Accepted
254 Sait ENGINDENIZ RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GOAT MILK PRODUCTION AND MARKETING IN TURKEY Accepted
257 Elodie GAUDIN Targeted selective treatment against parasitic nematodes : results of a participative approach in collaboration with farmers to implement TST strategy in dairy goat flocks. Accepted
258 Zafar QURESHI Seroprevalence ofCaprine Brucellosis in three Districts of Punjab Pakistan Accepted
259 Lucia SEPE Traditional and new cheeses: a viable way to safeguard the local goat breeds in the Mediterranean area? Accepted
261 Jaroslaw KABA Oscillometric blood pressure measurements in goat Accepted
262 Jaroslaw KABA Radiographic findings in the lungs of goats with chronic small ruminant lentivirus infection Accepted
263 Michał CZOPOWICZ Inflammatory Reaction of Peripheral Leukocytes Following Disbudding Goat Kids Accepted
264 Seckin SALAR Investigation of changes in metabolic parameters and PON-1 during the transition period in Turkish Saanen goats (Akkeci) Accepted
265 Huma JAMIL Relationship of hormonal profile and biochemical constituents of seminal plasma with physical characteristics of Damani buck semen Accepted
267 Saima INAYAT QUALITATIVE STUDIES OF BEETAL GOAT MILK CURD FORMATION AT DIFFERENT CUTTING TIMES FOR CHEESE MANUFACTURING Accepted
268 A. ARGUELLO Serotonin receptors description in goat mammary gland Accepted
269 A. ARGUELLO Pasteurization and skimming effects on colostrum antimicrobial activity during refrigeration Accepted
270 Ayeb NAZIHA Carcass linear measurements of indigenous goat fed local forage resources in Arid land of southern Tunisian Accepted
271 Noemí CASTRO Comparison of leptin and adiponectin concentrations in goat colostrum and mature milk: preliminary results Accepted
272 Michał CZOPOWICZ Computed tomography of the temporomandibular joint of caprine arthritis-encephalitis-positive goats Accepted
273 Hülya HANOĞLU Comparison of Hay, Silage and Haylage from Hungarian Vetch and Wheat Mixture on Milk Production in Saanen Hair Goat Crossbred (F1) Goats Conditionally Accepted
274 Polat IPEK Diyarbakir Hair Goat Kids Growth Rate And Survival Ability on Farmer Conditions İn Weaning Period Accepted
278 Ahmet Çağrı ERŞAHİNCE In vitro Ruminal Digestion Values of Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus) Herbage at Different Phenological Stages Accepted
280 Aun MUHAMMAD First Report onGynaecomastic male Goat of Beetal Breed and its Milk Analysisin Pakistan Conditionally Accepted
281 Gundallahallı MANJUNATHAREDDY Investigationof sheep pox and goat pox disease outbreaks in Karnataka, India Accepted
282 Juan Manuel SERRADILLA GOAT GENOMIC SELECTION: IMPACT OF INTEGRATING GENOMIC INFORMATION IN THEGENETIC EVALUATIONS OF THE SPANISH FLORIDA GOATS Accepted
283 Juan Manuel SERRADILLA GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDY FOR MILK TRAITS IN THE SPANISH FLORIDA GOAT BREED Accepted
284 Muhammad Saleem AKHTAR STUDIES ON BEETAL GOAT MILK CURD FORMATION AT DIFFERENT GELATION/ INCUBATION TEMPERATURES DURING CHEESE MANUFACTURING Conditionally Accepted
285 Sonia BEDHIAF-ROMDHANI Genetic characterization of a native goat flock of INRA Tunisia raised under low input production system. Accepted
286 Zühal GÜNDÜZ Goat Milk Products Produced in Hatay Accepted
287 Maria Norma RIBEIRO Polymorphism of mitochondrial DNA in Brazilian Canindé goat breed Accepted
288 Ilker BILGILI The Biochemical Findings of Saanen Kids Naturally Infected with Caprine Coccidiosis Accepted
289 Ilker BILGILI Biochemical Changes due to Natural Infection with Cryptosporidium in Honamlı Kids Accepted
290 Maria Norma RIBEIRO Social and technological profile of the small ruminant rearing system in Itaparica region, Pernambuco state, Brazil Accepted
291 Ahmet Hamdi AKTAŞ The effect of genotype on the growth performance and carcass characteristics of indigenous goat kids under extensive feeding conditions of the Taurus Mountains Accepted
292 Mehdi EHSANI FARIMANI The effect Of Different Energy Sources On Iranian Saanen Kids Performance Accepted
293 Tülay CANATAN The Polymorphısms Of Hemoglobin And Transferrin In Turkısh Haır Goat: Konya Province Case Accepted
294 Serdar YAĞCI NATIONAL GOAT BREEDING PROJECT AND MAIN BREEDS OF TURKEY Accepted
295 Ali ATİK The EFFECT OF HAIR GOAT HORN TYPE on YEANLING LIVE WEIGHT GAIN Conditionally Accepted
296 Zaenal Bachruddin MASDUKI The Effect of Temperature Treatment to Milk Replacer Quality and Its Application on Kid Growth Accepted
297 Ferda KARAKUŞ An Evaluation of Retinal Image Technology for Biometric Identification in Goats Accepted
298 Koray KIRIKÇI The possibility of using microsatellites to genetic improvement in Turkish Angora goats. Conditionally Accepted
299 Mandonnet NATHALIE Longevity, an adaptation trait of Creole goats to tropical climate Accepted
302 Ashok KALE Goat Farming and Meat Processing Through Cooperative Accepted
303 Selma BÜYÜKKILIÇ BEYZI Effects of different forage level and fish oil in the diet on dairy performance, physicochemical and fatty acid composition of goat milk Accepted
304 Mona Abdelzaher OSMAN Evaluation of Selection Programs Implemented for the Genetic Improvement of Some Productive Traits in Zaraibi Goats Herd Using Quantitative and Molecular Genetics Information Accepted
305 Nedim KOSUM FERTILITY AND MILK YIELD CHARACTERISTIC OF SAANEN GOATS RAISED IN IZMIR PROVINCE INTENSIVE CONTIONS Accepted
306 Sara ATTAEE NAZARI The Effect of Omega-3 Fat Acid Supplement on Diabetes in Mahabadi Goat Kids Accepted
307 Ahmet Ferhan SAVRAN Perspectives of Members on the "Sheep&Goat Breeder Associations" Accepted
308 Ashok KALE Backward and Forward Linkages in Goat VAlue Chain: Case from India Accepted
309 Irfan DASKİRAN Perspective of the Farmers to Goat & Sheep Production in Fight against Unemployment in Marmara Region of Turkey Accepted
310 CHIBUZO AYO-ENWEREM Effect of brewer’s dried grain supplementation on voluntary dry matter intake of West African dwarf goats fed Panicum maximum and Antocleista vogelli foliages Accepted
312 Mücahit PAKSOY Social and Economic Aspects of Dairy Goat Farms: Case of Kahramanmaras Province Accepted
313 Irfan GÜNGÖR Birth and weaning weights of hairy goats raised in farmer conditions in Kahramanmaraş region Conditionally Accepted
314 Seyrani KONCAGÜL Birth and weaning weights of Angora goats raised in farmer conditions Accepted
315 Mohammad Hossein NASR ESFAHANI Mass production of highly valuable goats through somatic cell nuclear transfer Accepted
316 Uğur ŞEN Estimation of genetic parameters for litter size in Turkish Hair Goat Accepted
317 Emre ŞIRIN Estimation of genetic parameters for weight gain in Turkish Hair Goat Accepted
318 Daria RECZYŃSKA Radiographic appearance of the carpal joints in goats with the arthritic form of caprine arthritis-encephalitis Accepted




320 Mustafa SAATCI Detection of polymorphisms of the some genes and their effects on growth performance in Honamli and Hair goat breeds Accepted
321 Ihsan SOYSAL DETECTION OF PATERNITY IN NATIVEGOAT BREEDS IN TURKEY BY USING MICROSATELLITE POLYMORPHISM Accepted
323 Sibel SOYCAN ÖNENÇ RotaryFeeding for Smart and Precisioning Feeding on Dairy Goats Accepted
324 Birute SLYZIENE Relationship between electrical conductivity of goat milk and milk yield, content and SCC Accepted
325 Selahaddin KIRAZ Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis in Southern Anatolian Hair goats Accepted
326 Ihsan SOYSAL MICROSATELLITE ANALYSIS FOR PARENTAGE TESTING OF THE NATIVE GOAT BREED FROM TURKEY Accepted
327 Ismaya NATAWIHARDJO Testosterone levels, Libido, and Sperm Quality of Bligon, Kejobong, and Ettawa Cross-Bred Bucks Accepted
329 Muharrem SATILMIŞ Turkey’s Native Goat Breeds and Conservation Actions Accepted
330 Samira ARROUM EP SAIDI Study of physicochemical, microbiological quality and antibacterial activity of local goat’s colostrum Conditionally Accepted
331 Sedef Nehir EL Health effects of goat milk and kefir after simulated human digestion Accepted
332 Amor GADDOUR Use the date palm products (Phoenix dactylifera) in the alimentation of goat Accepted
333 Sabri GÜL Applicability of Different Synchronization Protocols During Breeding Season in Kilis Goats Accepted
334 Inanç GÜNEY Analysis of Consumer Behaviour and Factors Affecting Goat Milk and Its Products Consumption in South East Part of Turkey Accepted
335 Kristine PILIENA Genetic polymorphism at the CSN1S1 gene and its association with milk productivity traits in Latvia goat herds Accepted
336 Hossein ABDI BENEMAR Effect of fermentation rate of carbohydrate source for short term nutrition on reproductive performance and blood glucose of Khalkhali does Accepted
337 Paula MENZIES Investigating the ecology of Coxiella burnetii at the livestock-wildlife interface Accepted
338 Paula MENZIES Guide to Udder Health for Dairy Goats Accepted
339 Nemat HEDAYAT EVRIGH Sequencing and Genetic variation investigation of exon 9 of Prolactine receptor (PRLR) gene and bioinformatics analysis of this gene in farm animals Accepted
340 Yoko TSUKAHARA Progress in resistance to internal parasitism and growth performance of Boer, Kiko, and Spanish goat kids through selection in a central sire test Accepted
341 Aynur KONYALI The Use of Placental Traitsto Describe Uterus Environment of Goats: A Review of the Works on TurkishSaanen Goats Accepted
342 Sergei Yan LANDAU Pastures of tomorrow for small ruminants Accepted
343 Shahin FAKOUR Survey of Arsenic Concentration in the Goat's Blood, Wool and Liver at Kurdistan Provinces, Iran Accepted
344 Ilke UNLUSOY The Evaluation of The Studies on Candidate Genes Effecting Litter Size in Goats Accepted
345 Kaveh AZIMZADEH Serum Biochemistry and Haematology of Mergoz Goat, Located in West Azerbaijan, Iran: comparison with age, sex and domestic sheep Accepted
346 Michael ADEDOTUN Social and Dynamic Behavior of Goats in the Gwagwalada Area-Abuja, Nigeria Accepted
347 Hossein DAGHIGH KIA Effect of adding Rosa Canina extract and Ascorbic acid as natural and synthetic antioxidants on freeze-­thawing process of ram semen Accepted
348 Hossein DAGHIGH KIA Effect of Marjoram and Chamomile extracts on ram semen characteristics after freeze-thawing process Accepted
351 Ayşe Özge DEMIR The Effects of Solar/Lunar Rays and Various Celestial Bodies Movement on Kidding Results of Pregnant Goats Breed in the Eastern Turkey Accepted
349 Hakan Erduran Some Yield Traits of Hair Goats under Rural Conditions in Konya of Turkey Accepted
353 Nazan KOLUMaN Impacts of Climate Change on the Goat Farming Sector in Harsh Environments Accepted
368 Abdulkadir ERİŞEK The Effects Of Pasture-Based Raising On The Composition Of Goat Milk Accepted
369 Erdogan SEZGIN Determination of Growth Characteristics of İspir Goat Breed and Corresponding Heritabilities Accepted
370 Dilek ARSOY Ultrasonographicstudy to detect the ovarian response in super ovulated and nonsuper ovulated oestrus synchronized goats Accepted
371 Bruce MCGREGOR Understandingthe Angora goat agropastoral production system in southern Australia Accepted

Important Dates for Submission

Abstract Submission New Deadline: 01 March 2016 01 April 2016
Notification of Acceptance of the Abstracts: 01 June 2016
Full paper admission: 01 July 2016

Scientific Topics / Sessions

The scope of 12th International Goat Conference, researchers, students and goat raising private sector representatives, sustainable goat farming, goat health, or related matters academically they are working on and or sector development-oriented experiences and / or to provide research, we are honored to invite you to share.

Of presentations and scientific posters will cover all issues goat farming in the following disciplines: Nutrition, Reproduction, Animal Health, Physiology, Genetics and Breeding, Goat Products Processing, Technology and Quality (milk, cheese, meat, hair, etc.).

Wide range of these issues, particularly Agrosilvopastoral goat rasing production systems will be discussed and issues of stakeholders will be prepared to discuss with each media size. This, as well as animal welfare, biotechnology, gene science, management and good agricultural practices goats and goat-environment interaction will also focus on important issues such as. During the meeting between stakeholders and organic goat breeding, greenhouse gases, issues such as domestic goat pasture and forage conservation of genetic resources and biodiversity will be created by taking the opportunity to discuss.

Goat breeders will be organized by the association, group work and workshops with goat value chain, there will be small-scale goat breeding the economy and goat enterprise to debate quickly goat breeding perspectives for the future world-changing programs such as negative effects.

Also in breeding goats in the private sector will participate in the working group participants discussed the current developments, such as raising the quality cheese tasting and evaluation will be conducted in different groups with activities for monitoring.

The scientific sessions will be focused on:

  • Production systems
    • Their impact on the environment
    • Climate change
    • Conservation and management of vegetation in different production systems
  • Nutrition and feeding systems
    • Herd behaviour and nutrition strategies in intensive, organic and agrosylvopastoral systems
  • Breeding and genetics
    • Selection and breeding programs for specific production systems
    • Preservation and improvement of local breeds
  • Technology of reproduction
    • Natural and biotechnological strategies to manage reproduction and seasonality in goat herds
  • Pathology, diseases and goat health for sustainable animal production
    • Health management and epidemiological control
    • Conventional and alternative approaches for parasite control
  • Milk and dairy products in conventional and organic systems
    • Processing, certification and quality control of goat products
    • Farmhouse processing for product safety and quality
    • Genomics: different approaches to product quality
  • Meat, hair and other products in conventional and organic systems
  • Mechanization and innovation in goat operations and product processing
  • Economy, Sociology and goat value chains
    • Smallholder production
    • Women's and other family member's contribution to increasing goat production and productivity

Submission Guideline

All submissions can be done exclusively via the online submission system. In order to enable application for the abstract submission you have to register (Sign-up). The registration for submission does not include registration to the Conference.

Abstract Submission

All authors wishing to present papers at the 12th International Conference on Goats, in Turkey, are required to submit the title and abstract of their papers using the online application system. On the abstract application system, editing, saving and submitting the abstracts for the evaluation are available.

The deadline for submission of the abstract is 01 March 2016. Abstracts submitted using other ways of communication or submitted after this deadline will not be considered.

Abstracts must be written in English with accurate grammar and spelling suitable for publication. Please note AKYS Congress System will apply an abstract template automatically. Format of the abstracts, such as type (oral and poster), length, etc. is determined automatically by the application system. The title, authors and the abstract must not exceed 400 words (including spaces).

The abstract should contain:

  • title which clearly indicates the content of the study
  • specific objectives
  • experimental methods
  • statistical analyses used
  • synthesis of the results and conclusions.

Presentation type and related scientific topics must be specified by the author.

The main text must be written in the related area section and could be formalized in a basic way as super-subscript. The abstract also could be copied and pasted from the original word document.

Keywords & Referances should not be given in text section but in the related sections.

No pictures/charts or tables should be included in abstracts.

The author who uploads the abstract into the application system is defined as “Corresponding author”. The Corresponding Author must order the co-authors, select the presenting author and type their affiliation and e-mail addresses. Please note that each author can present a maximum of two contributions, while can be included as co-author on more than one submission.

Once submitted, it is possible to make corrections to the abstract content or information (such as Presenter details, topics, etc.) until the submission deadline. In order to correct your abstract, you must access your submission via the application system using your username and password. For any updates after the deadline, a written request should be sent by registration support system (required login).

Papers will be accepted as oral presentations or as posters. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed and notification of acceptance or decline will be sent to authors by 1st June 2016. The Scientific Committee will determine the format (oral or poster), day and time of presentation.

Accepted abstracts will be distributed at the Conference and further available online.

Selected contributes will be published as full paper on Journal of Small Ruminant Research.

The presenters will be required to register by 1st July 2016. Accepted authors who do not register and submit payment by the deadline will not be included in the Conference programme or Book of Abstract.

If authors want to withdraw an abstract already submitted for any reason, a request must be submitted via registration support system as quickly as possible, stating the title and the ID number of abstract to be withdrawn. The online withdrawal is still possible after the submission deadline.

Guidelines for full paper submission will available later.



Abstract Full Text Preperation Guide Book

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Invited Speakers

Committees

Host Country Organizing Committee

Daşkıran, İ., Chair
Koluman, N., Co-Chair
Arsoy,D.
Biçer, O.
Bingöl, M.
Çakır, H.
Cemal, İ.
Doğan, E.
Elmaz, Ö.
Gül, S.
Kılınç, H.
Konyalı, A.


Ocak, S
Ogün, S.
Önenç, A.
Öztürk, Z.
Savran, F.
Şahinler, Ü.
Şirin, E.
Tekerli, M.
Türer, Ö.
Yılmaz, O.

IGA / ICG Advisory Committee

Arguello A., Spain
Sepe L., Chair, Italy
Dubeuf, J-P., Member, France
Sahlu, T., Member, USA
Visser, C., Member, South Africa

Honorary Committee

Akçapınar, H., Turkey
Çelik, N., Turkey
Boyazoglu, J.P., Greece
Birişik, N., Turkey
Dellal, G., Turkey
Devendra, C., Malaysia
Eliçin, A., Turkey
Güney, O., Turkey
Kaymakçı, M., Turkey
Morand-Fehr, P., France
Rubino, R., Italya
Saatçi, M., Turkey
Soysal, M. İ., Turkey
Sönmez, R., Turkey
Tuncel, E., Turkey
Yıldırım, M., Turkey

Scientific Committee

Sepe, L.,Sci.Chair, Italy
Aboul-Naga, A., Egypt
Allain, D., France
Arguello A., Spain
Berruga, M.I., Spain
Bucak, M.N., Turkey
Caja, G., Spain
Capote, J., Spain
Cedden, F., Turkey
Claps, S., Italy
Chang, H.L.,Taiwan
Daskin, A., Turkey
Donkin, N., South Africa
Dubeuf, J.P., France
Esenbuga, N., Turkey
Finnes, O., Norway
Fresno, M., Spain
Fthenakis, G., Greece
Gabiña, D., Spain
Galal, E.S.E., Egypt
Gauly, M., Germany
Giger-Reverdin, S., France
Goetsch, A.L., USA
Govind, K., USA
Greyling, J.P.C., South Africa
Ben Salem, H., Tunisia
Haenlein, G.F.W., USA
Hassen, A., South Africa
Hoste, H., France
Iniguez, Luis., Bolivia
Javed, K., Pakistan
Karaca, O., Turkey
Keskin, M., Turkey
Koşum, N., Turkey
Koyuncu, M., Turkey
Kukovics, S., Hungary
Landau, S.,Y., Israel
Luginbuhl, J.M., USA
Mahgoub, O.G., Oman
Martin P., France
McGregor, B., Australia
Meza, C., Mexico
Papachristoforou, C., Cyprus
Peacock, C., UK
Ribeiro, M.N., Brazil
Richkowsky, B., Kenya
Sahlu, T., USA
Savaş, T., Turkey
Serradilla, J.M., Spain
Rafat, S.A., Iran
Shrestha, J,N.B., Canada
Silanikove, N., Israel
Thiruvenkadan, A.K., India
Torres-Acosta, F., Mexico
Ulutaş, Z., Turkey
Visser, C., South Africa
Webb, E., South Africa
Wildeus, S.A.J., USA
Zamfirescu, S., Romania
Zarkawi, M., Syria


PPR Global Eradication Symposium

XII International Conference on Goats (ICG)

Antalya, Turkey

Steps toward PPR Global Eradication Symposium

Draft Agenda

14.00-15.00

PPR Global Control & Eradication Programme: Key features

Discussions

PPR Secretariat

15.00-15.40

PPR Global Research & Expertise Network: Strategic Research Needs

Discussions

15.40-16.00

Coffee break

16.00-17.00

Panel discussion: PPR Control & Eradication in West Eurasia: How to improve the situation?

    • Representative from Turkey
    • Representative from Georgia
    • Representative from another country?
    • Representative from IGA
    • Representative from PPR Secretariat

Discussions

17.00-17.15

Conclusions & Way forward

ICG Support Request Form

ICG 2016 Conference Participation Support Request Form

Being the World’s most important conference in the field of goat breeding, scientific studies and goat products processing technologies, ICG 2016, will take place for the first time in Antalya / Turkey between 25-30 September 2016 with the collaboration of (The International Goat Association) IGA, TAGEM (General Directorate of Agriculture Research and Policies ) Small ruminant research section. The high national and international interests, has been shown to the 12. International Conference, is great pleasure for us.

A part of the sponsorship incomes that we has been gathered from national and international institutions and organizations will be used as registration support for young reserchers in order to increase the participation from all over the world. We kindly ask application of those who require the support of our limited resources to fill the support request form and send to the address info@icg2016.org with a document stating that you are a student.

Important Dates for Registration

Early Registration Deadline: 15 June 2016 Extended to: 01 July 2016

Author Payment Deadline (for Registration Payment): 01 July 2016

Registration Fees

Registration Type Early Registration
Before 01 July 2016
Normal Registration
After 01 July 2016
Onsite Registration
After 15 September 2016

Regular & Industrial

400 Euro

475 Euro

525 Euro
UNHDI 280 Euro 325 Euro 375 Euro
Student (with proof of status)

200 Euro

250 Euro

275 Euro
Accompanying Person

150 Euro

150 Euro

200 Euro

Attendees from countries rated below 0.500 on the UN-Human Development Index (UNHDI) will automatically be charged lower fees during the registration process.

For your information if you don't know your countries UNHDI, click here to see a world map
http://hdr.undp.org/en/countries

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Registration Fee Includes

Services Participant
Accompanying Person
Welcome reception
Access to all scientific and poster sessions
Access to the exhibition area
Conference bag and badge
Abstract & selected proceedings book
Lunches and drinks
Coffee breaks
Poster session snacks and refreshments

Registration Terms & Conditions

The Organization Office must be notified by the online system for all cancellations. The following cancellation conditions apply;


Cancellations before 01 June 2016: full refund of the registration fee less re-send costs.
Cancellations before 04 July 2016: full refund of the registration fee less 100 EUR handling fee and re-send costs.
Cancellations after 04 July 2016: no refund.

Venue

Kervansaray Lara Hotel & Convention Center

Conference and meeting halls available in the hotel area centrally located to lobby and reception. Conference center that integrates all innovations of technology is composed of two foyers of 1425 m2 upstairs and 369 m2 downstairs with 15 halls of 3309 m2 in total.



Shuttle and Private Transfer Services

Shuttle Transfer - Free Private Transfer - 35 Euro

Airport to Hotel
Antalya Airport (AYT) -> Kervansaray Lara Hotel

Airport to Hotel
Antalya Airport (AYT) -> Kervansaray Lara Hotel

Hotel to Airport
Kervansaray Lara Hotel ->Antalya Airport (AYT)

Hotel to Airport
Kervansaray Lara Hotel ->Antalya Airport (AYT)

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Social Activities

Welcome Reception

Monday, 26 September 2016

Cocktail prolonge will provide an opportunity for delegates and accompanying persons to meet in a relaxed environment. You will enjoy the cocktail music, soft drinks and food.

Place: Kervansaray Lara Convention Center & SPA
Time: 20:00-21:30
Dress Code: Smart Casual

Gala Dinner
Wednesday, 28 September 2016

The Gala Dinner is the highlight of the social program and will be a wonderful opportunity for you to take part in an exclusive dinner. You will enjoy the food, drinks and live-music .

Place: Kervansaray Lara Convention Center & SPA
Time: 20:00-00:00
Dress Code: Semi-formal

Conference Tour

Congress tours are organized for ICG 2016 Participants who like to discover the beauties of Turkey.
* Please be informed that 10 people at least are required for guaranteed departure and (early booking is required in order to obtain cheap flight tickets for the tours by air)
** Participants who would like to join a tour, have to login to registration system for online booking.
*** ARBER Professional Congress Services reserves the rights to change the tour itineraries.

01 - Efes - Pamukkale - Aphrodisias Pre-Tour

02 - Cappadocia Post-Tour

03 - Pamukkale - Hierapolis Tour

04 - Termessos & Karain Cave Tour

05 - Aspendos, Perge & Side Tour

06 - Demre, Myra & St.Nicholas & Kekova Tour

07 - Tahtali & Phaselis Tour

08 - Antalya City Tour

09 - Aspendos & Perge Tour

Technical & Cultural Tours

Technical Tours of ICG in Antalya Hasan Subaşı Çiftliği

TECHNICAL TOUR

Elmalı Konak

Apple Mansion Goat Farm operates as a breeding facility with 500 Saanen goats in the Elmalı district of Antalya city. The daily goat milk capacity of the farm is around 500kg/day totally from farm and the goat milk is processed as ice-cream and various cheese. The average milk amount per animal is 2,5 - 3 kg/day.

+ + Nomadic Goat Farm:

+ + Intensive Goat Farm:

07:00 From Kervansaray Hotel

Farm visit

  • Lunch and Ice cream break

Farm visit

  • 18:00 To Kervansaray Hotel

CULTURAL TOUR

Aspendos, Perge & Side

29 September 2016 Date info – Full day

Tour will be start from Venue at 09:00 a.m. Visit to Perge, one of the most important and spectacular coastal towns; it is famous from religious point of view because it was here that St. Paul delivered his first sermon. Continue to Aspendos which is the best-preserved theatre of antiquity with seating of 15.000 and still used today. Then visit to Side, one of the best-known classical sites in Turkey and was an ancient harbor whose name meant pomegranate. Today a pretty resort town, its ancient ruins, two sandy beaches, numerous shops and extensive tourist accommodation attract hundreds of visitors. The magnificent theater of the ancient city, built on colonnaded arches, is the largest in the whole area. Other monuments include the Agora, the Temple of Apollo, which is situated near the sea, a fountain and Necropolis. The extensive Roman baths, now a museum, houses one of Turkey's finest archaeological collections.

Rate: 30 Euro / Per Person
Minimum 30 people must attend the tour.


Rate Included Features:
• Transportation by a comfortable non-smoking A/C vehicle,
• Professional and licensed tour guide,
• Lunch Box,
• Duration: 09:00 a.m.-18:00 p.m.,
• Departure/Arrival place: Kervansaray Lara Hotel Venue.
Please be informed that;

- Museum entrance fees are not included.

Tour Terms & Conditions

Until 13 June 2016: Free Cancellation, Full refund of the booking fee minus refund costs.
Until 11 July 2016: Full refund of the tour fees less 100 EUR handling fee.
After 11 July 2016: No refund.

Accommodation

*** These promotional rates are valid until December 31, 2015.

Kervansaray Lara Hotel

Single

Daily Rate

  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dinner
  • drinks
  • all taxes
Daily

80.00 EUR

Double

Daily Rate

  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dinner
  • drinks
  • all taxes
Daily

105.00 EUR

Accommodation Terms & Conditions

The Organization Office must be notified by the online system for all cancellations. The following cancellation conditions apply;

Cancellations before 25 June 2016: free cancellation, full refund of the booking fee less re-send costs.
Cancelation before 26 August 2016: full refund of the booking fee less one night no show cost and 50 Euro handling fee and re-send costs.
Cancelation after 26 August 2016: no refund.

Travel Information

Turkey is a peninsula surrounded by the Black Sea to the north, the Aegean to the west and the Mediterranean to the south. Two straits (the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles) form gates to the inner Marmara Sea, dividing Thrace - the European part, and Anatolia - the Asian part of the country. Turkey is truly the place where East and West meet. Click for More

Official Airlines

Turkish Airlines is the official airline of “ICG 2016” and special discounts up to %20 are offered on certain booking classes. In order to proceed with the online booking tool for Turkish Conventions please visit the Turkish Conventions website and use the event code “046TKM16” under delegate section.

How to Reach Antalya

+ + Antalya International Airport

+ + By Bus

+ + By Sea

+ + By Private Car

Host City Antalya


Antalya, the Turkish Riviera is the most stunning part of Turkey's Mediterranean coast. It is typical of Turkey, a thriving modern city, with a historic heart in the centre of Kaleiçi within the old city walls. This area has seen something of a renaissance in recent years, with many of the wooden Ottoman mansions being restored and turned into boutique hotels. No cars are allowed in the narrow streets of the old town so it is a good place to soak up the atmosphere around the charming harbour; + The symbol of Antalya

The most popular Historic Sites of Antalya Region:

Aspendos: Just 50 km east of Antalya, Aspendos was an important centre of trade during Roman times. Today, the most impressive aspect of Aspendos is her stunning theatre, which was built in approx. 162 AD. It seats 15,000 and has been beautifully preserved. Each year it hosts the Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival which takes place in June and July and gives you the opportunity to see performances of classics in a magnificent setting. The aqueduct, which supplied water to the city is also still relatively intact and is an impressive sight.

Phaselis: The three harbours of this Lycian port city were once a major commercial centre. In the shelter of Mount Tahtalı, it is a popular stopping off point for yachts, and its clear waters and sandy beaches are popular with sun-seekers. The remains are mostly Roman and include a theatre, baths, aqueducts, Hadrian's Gate, an agora and an acropolis.

Perge: Just 18 kms from Antalya, Perge was an important city in Pamphylia and was visited by St.Paul during his missionary journeys. Today, the city gate flanked by lofty towers, theatre and baths are of interest.

Demre: Also known as Kale, the ancient city of Myra, is mostly famous for its connection with St. Nicholas, who was bishop here in the 4th century. His church is the focus of the annual ceremony which takes place to commemorate him on or around his feast day of 6th December. It is well worth seeing the Roman theatre which remains here, overlooked by spectacular rock tombs, dating from the 4th century BC.

Eating Out in Antalya;

Food and Drink in Antalya Turkish Cuisine ranks among the best in the world alongside French and Cantonese. The vast Ottoman Empire which stretched from the gates of Vienna to the S.tip of the Arabian peninsula lent Turkish cuisine its richness and diversity. A few words here just to give you an idea...

Meze Turkish people traditionally begin their dinner with meze (similar to antipasti or tapas) such as vegetables either stuffed or prepared in olive oil, spicy salsas, yoghurts and dips which are mopped up with crusty Turkish baguettes, deep fried seafood and the list goes on. Some people find that a selection of meze is plenty for their main meal.

Main Meals The Turks are famous for their spicy kebabs of which there are a great many varieties. Fresh fish such as red mullet, sea bass or bream tends to be served simply either grilled or pan-fried. Earth-baked leg of lamb melts in the mouth and the various meat stews and casseroles will leave you asking for more.

Desserts & Pastries Wafer-thin pastry soaked in syrup and layered with ground pistachio nuts is the famous Turkish sweetmeat not to miss. Deep fried dough balls in syrup ( lokma) and Turkish style rice pudding (sütlaç) are all samples of desserts available in most any Turkish restaurant. Many Turks however stick to a platter of sliced fresh fruits and berries after their meal. Fruit in Turkey really does taste better!

Drinks Raki is the national alcoholic drink. Everyone drinks it. It has a strong taste of aniseed and when mixed with water takes on a milky hue. Turkish beers and lagers are excellent as are the wines on offer which come mainly from the vineyards around Ankara and Tekirdag by the sea of Marmara. The big soft drinks companies (Pepsi Co. and Coca-Cola) all produce in Turkey. Fruit juice is widely available. Also try ayran which is made up of plain yoghurt whisked in with spring water and a pinch of salt. It is surprisingly refreshing on a hot summer's day.

Wining & Dining in Antalya Whether you are looking for a traditional Turkish restaurant, an Italian Bistro, a pub, bar or cafe Antalya can come up with something to fit the bill. The city is roughly divided into sections which have their own atmosphere and their own cafes, bars, bistros and restaurants.

Kaleiçi (old town within the Roman city walls) has its own unique blend of bars which cater to the young crowd. Further down you will find the Yat Limani (yacht habour) which lives up to its name with up-market fish restaurants, bars and clubs to dance the night away. The area of Isiklar is packed with stylish yet relaxed European-style cafes, bars and bistros frequented mostly by locals. For a taste of a typical Antalyan fish house where the food is simple but tasty even if the surroundings are somewhat primitive go no further than the Halk Pazari or Peoples Market. Amongst the clatter and noise and smells of the sea you will have a genuine Turkish experience.

Shopping Out in Antalya;

There is a wealth of handicrafts available to the discerning shopper. Traditional items such as the world famous hand made kilims (rugs) in bold colours, beautifully hand-painted ceramics, copper and brassware and ornate Meerschaum pipes make charming souvenirs and gifts.

Excellent quality gold, silver and leather goods are to be had at prices considerably less than outside Turkey. Busy street markets (the most central one takes place on Wednesdays between Isiklar street and the Talya Hotel) are packed full of stallholders jostling to sell you their best tasting fruit and freshest vegetables. Aromatic spices and herbs such as cinnammon, saffron, paprika and mint entice the senses. For more stylish boutiques Antalya can offer excellent quality fashion clothes and accessories for a fraction of the price in Europe. Look no further than Ataturk Street, Konyaalti street, or the recently opened shopping mall called Migros 5M (situated on the Konyaalti Beach side of town). Carpets and rugs are very much part of the Turkish tradition. The Yörüks, who are semi nomadic, live throughout the winter on the plains. They hand produce carpets using vegetable dyes and wool from their own sheep. The design and patterns used in the carpets reflect their nomadic culture which is expressed in the harmonious use of blues, dark greens and reds. This traditional style of carpet making is concentrated in the villages around Antalya.

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Turkey in Brief

Turkey is a rapidly developing secular democracy with a population of nearly 70 million and is a candidate for membership of the European Union. It is the only country to straddle Europe and Asia, a fact that is reflected in its complex cultural make up. Asiatic Turkey, or Anatolia, constitutes the bulk of the country. It consists of a vast peninsula framed by four seas, the Black Sea, the Sea of Marmara, the Aegean and the Mediterranean, each of which has its own distinctive character. Both in human and geographical terms, Turkey is a country of immense diversity. There are crowded cosmopolitan cities,

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WHY SPONSORING FOR ICG 2016

Reasons why you should Sponsor the 12th International Conference on Goat;

  • An opportunity for your organization to demonstrate positive environmental and social values.
  • An opportunity to promote your organization to local and international delegates – decision makers, scientists, students and community members.
  • Sponsorship provides an excellent opportunity to promote your name, to support your brands and to maintain a high profile among specialists before, during and after the event.
  • Delegates are keen to improve their scientific knowledge. Aligning your company with this powerful educational experience demonstrates your commitment to assisting their development at a deeply personal level.
  • Sponsorship provides you with an opportunity to consolidate corporate relationships and expose your staff to their key markets.
  • Your representatives can mix informally with professionals from Turkey and from all around the world.
  • Your company's involvement, commitment and support for the ICG 2016 will be widely acknowledged as outlined in this proposal.
  • Your company will benefit significantly from exposure to a keenly interested, relevant and, above all, influential audience in an educational environment away from the competition of everyday distractions.
  • Sponsorship contributes to the promotion, planning and operation the conference, reducing the overall cost of managing and staging the event and enabling a higher level of participation by delegates.

The ICG 2016 sponsorship team would be delighted to meet with you to discuss these promotional opportunities or any ideas you might have for promoting your products or services.


SPONSORSHIP GUIDELINES

Early confirmation of your sponsorship of the Conference will ensure an even higher level of exposure. An extensive promotional campaign including advertisements, direct mail campaigns, e-mail broadcasts and web exposure will be implemented. To reserve your sponsorship or for additional details please contact ARBER Congress and let us know your desired sponsorship.

Above mentioned prices does not include VAT (18 %).

Gold Sponsorship

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts as “Gold Sponsor”
  • A full page of advertisement (colored) will be printed in the book of abstracts
  • Sponsor’s brochures/catalogue will be placed inside the conference bags
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • Full Registration and accommodation for 2 participants will be provided free of charge
  • 12 m2 stand space will be provided in the exhibition area
  • A person nominated by the sponsor company will be included in the committee
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate and Plaque of Appreciation.

10000 EUR

Silver Sponsorship

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts and will be indicated as “Silver Sponsor”
  • A full page of advertisement (colored) will be printed in the book of abstracts
  • Sponsor’s brochures/catalogue will be placed inside the conference bags to be distributed to the participants
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • Full Registration for 2 participants will be provided free of charge
  • 6 m2 stand space will be provided in the exhibition area
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate and Plaque of Appreciation.

7000 EUR

Bronze Sponsorship

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts as “Bronze Sponsor”
  • A half page of advertisement (colored) will be printed in the book of abstracts
  • Sponsor’s brochures/catalogue will be placed inside the conference bags
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Full Registration for 1 participants will be provided free of charge
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

4000 EUR

Sponsorship for Gala Dinner

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts and will be indicated as the “Gala Dinner Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • The Sponsor will be given the chance to put the company’s flags on the tables and to display banners in the gala dinner area (the banners and the flags will be provided by the sponsor)
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board The sponsor is invited to make 5 minutes of presentation
  • The sponsor will be given the opportunity to invite 10 guests
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate and Plaque of Appreciation.

6000 EUR

Sponsorship for Welcome Reception

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts and will be indicated as the “Welcome Reception Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • The Sponsor will be given the chance to put the company’s flags on the tables and to display banners in the welcome reception area (the banners and the flags will be provided by the sponsor)
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor is invited to make 5 minutes of presentation
  • The sponsor will be given the opportunity to invite 5 guests
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

5000 EUR

Sponsorship for Coffee Breaks / Daily

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • The Sponsor will be given the chance to put the company’s flags on the tables and to display banners in the coffee break area (the banners and the flags will be provided by the sponsor)
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board.

1000 EUR

Sponsorship for Conference Bags

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts and will be indicated as the “Conference Bags Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • A unique opportunity to have company’s name/ logo on the conference bag
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

5000 EUR

Sponsorship for Book of Abstracts

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed in the book of abstracts and will be indicated as the “Abstract Book Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • A half page of advertisement (colored) will be printed in the book of abstracts
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

3000 EUR

Sponsorship for Book of Abstracts Advertisement

Benefits
  • A half page of advertisement (colored) will be printed in the book of abstracts.

500 EUR

Sponsorship for Wi-Fi Access

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • Company name and logo will be printed on the Wi-Fi Password Card which will be distributed to all participants during the registration
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot name and password will be displayed as company name.

2500 EUR

Sponsorship for Participant Badge and Lanyard

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be placed in the proceedings e- book and will be indicated as the “Participant Badge and Lanyard Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • The name/logo of the sponsor will appear on the lanyard
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

3000 EUR

Sponsorship for Pen and Notepad

Benefits
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be placed in the proceedings e- book and will be indicated as the “Pen and Notepad Sponsor”
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

1500 EUR

Sponsorship for Souvenir

Benefits
  • The choice of the souvenir item will be discussed and agreed upon between organizing committee and sponsoring company
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be printed on souvenirs will be given to participants
  • The logo and name of the sponsor will be displayed on the main page of conference website with a hyperlink to sponsor’s website
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

1500 EUR

Exhibition / Floor Space Rates

Benefits
  • Enterprises who wish to display their own products & equipment must pay 1.500 € for every 6 m2
  • With the allocation of the stand areas the enterprises will be given a table two chairs electricity power cable and waste bin free of charge
  • Free registration for 1 Booth Representative.

1500 EUR

Sponsorship for Transfer

Benefits
  • Transfer services will be provided to (maximum) 10 members of the Committee
  • Welcome with the company’s t-shirts a representative of the sponsor company will be hosted on the vehicle
  • Company name/or logo will be placed on sponsorship board
  • The sponsor will be granted a Certificate of Appreciation.

1000 EUR

Sponsors & Exhibitors

Contact

Chair

Dr. İrfan DAŞKIRAN
Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock
Republic of Turkey
Ankara, Turkey

Co-Chair

Dr. Nazan KOLUMAN
Çukurova University, Faculty of Agriculture,
Department of Animal Science,
Adana, Turkey

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Phone : + 90 312 441 07 00
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E-mail : info@icg2016.org
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Dear Distinguished Academicians, 10 abstracts that will be selected from the submissions you have submitted for the Conference, will be published at Small Ruminant Research Journal, which is published by Elsevier and Sergei Yan Landau is the editor in chief, after the Conference. In case of an approval for more than 10 abstracts, a speacial edition will be published only for ICG2016. We would like to thank Serge Yan Landau for IGA and Small Ruminant Research Journal collaboration.
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