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IDF 7th International Symposium on Sheep, Goat and other non-Cow Milk

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The IDF 2015 conference has successfully closed. View the conference photos in the Media Gallery.

27.03.2015 The Media gallery is now available
25.03.2015 The IDF 2015 has successfully closed
17.03.2015 The Technical Tours programme has changed, please click here to view.
10.03.2015 The Final Scientific Programme is now available, with 5 Keynote Speakers and 35 Speakers from 10 different countries! Click here to view or download.
06.02.2015 The Technical Tours programme is now available, click here to view more information.
24.11.2014 The deadline for Author Notification has been extended to 15/Dec/2014.
31.10.2014 The deadline for abstract submission for the Damasus Goat Meeting (supported by the International Goat Association, IGA) is extended to the 15th of November. For more information regarding the meeting please contact Dr Serge-Yan Landau vclandau@volcani.agri.gov.il. Please send your abstracts to photis.papademas@cut.ac.cy
22.10.2014 A meeting on Damascus Goat will run alongside the IDF Symposium. A NEW call for abstracts is open ONLY for this meeting until the 7th of November. Topics include: Genetics, Nutrition, Milk Production, Behavior, Health. Please send your abstract (see abstract guidelines) directly to: photis.papademas@cut.ac.cy
03.10.2014 Registration is now open
01.10.2014 Abstract submission for poster / oral presentation is extended to the 15th of October, 2014
30.07.2014 Prof. Leonidas Louloudis has recently passed away. May he rest in peace.
09.06.2014 The Paper Submission Process started on the 9th of June 2014. Click here for more information.
22.05.2014 Keynote Speakers have been updated (Short CV's)
16.10.2013 Conference Committees and Topics have been updated


The overall objective of the Symposium is to provide a renewed vision of knowledge on husbandry and milk production, technology, chemistry, physics, microbiology and nutrition and to highlight the significance of markets and appropriate policies as they have evolved since 2011. The event is addressed to scientists and other professionals involved in the sheep's, goat's and other non-cow's dairy sectors including milk producers, dairy processing industry, trade associations, academia, research institutes, and governments. The Symposium will be a platform for exchange of knowledge and information among international experts in the field.

In Memory Of

It is with great regret that we have to announce that Prof. L. Louloudis has recently passed away after a short but brave battle for his life. He will be greatly missed by family and colleagues. May he rest in peace.