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AVI Africa 2018 - 12 -14 June 2018+
Second and third place prizes are being awarded as a special incentive to commemorate the 30th year of the Galliova Awards
All food/health writers representing South African magazines, newspapers and credible online publications are eligible to enter the Galliova Egg Champion category.
All food/health writers representing South African magazines, newspapers and credible online publications are eligible to enter the Galliova Broiler Champion category.
Food & Health Writers
How it affected Ghana’s poultry industry...
What is & How Listeriosis affects the industry...
statutory measures with regards to levies.
Viewpoints in support of the chicken industry.
Economic stimulus on the Agricultural sector...
To create a viable and sustainable industry contributing to economic growth and development, employment and food security, based on successful producers adhering to environmental and ethical production norms and generating sustainable profits.
To create an enabling environment to achieve sustainable producer profits in the domestic and global village market. As a representative association, the South African Poultry Association (SAPA) serves the interests of the poultry industry in a number of ways. SAPA acts as a medium and catalyst for any matter the industry wishes to collectively address. It acts as the face of the industry, addressing and maintaining a presence in society without which opposing groups could play havoc with the industry's interests - without opposition.
T: 0861 Poultry (768 5879)
T: +27(0) 11 795-9920
F: +27(0) 11 795-2590
PO Box 1202, Honeydew, 2040, South Africa
Wild Fig Business Park, Block C, 1494 Cranberry Street,
Honeydew Ext 19, 2170
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