Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has made a presentation ï¿½ as part of its participation at Vet Middle East in Dubai ï¿½ of its entire range of veterinary services and projects designed to enhance animal wealth and the quality of animal products in the emirate.
Mohamed Jalal Al Reyaysa, Director of Communication and Community Service at ADFCA, said ADFCA's participation in and support for Vet Middle East, was very much linked to the Authority's commitment to advance animal wealth and animal products in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. "The show, which hosts around 50 participants from 10 countries, is a valuable occasion for exchange of ideas and expertise on various aspects of veterinary medicine. It exposes us to the latest technologies and tools used in veterinary field," he pointed out.
"Our participation in the show will provide the exhibitors and visitors an opportunity to learn about the high standards being maintained in animal care in the emirate. Our veterinary services, animal identification and registration system, vaccinations, spraying against pests and awareness programs are on par with the best anywhere in the world," Al Reyaysa explained.
ADFCA stand at the show is introducing the visitors to animal wealth and agricultural sectors of the Authority through direct contact as well as publications. ADFCA launched day before yesterday a new spraying campaign against external parasites using environment-friendly and safe pesticides.