NEXT CONGRESS

The World Association for Buiatrics have the honour to invite you to WBC 2018 (World Buiatrics Congress) that will take place in Sapporo, Japan, from August 28 to September 1st, 2018.

To know more about the Congress, visit the website www.wbc2018.com or follow the latest news on the Facebook page facebook.com/WBC2018Sapporo/.

Buiatrics is the study of cattle and their diseases. The World Buiatrics Congress is recognised as the “Olympic Games of conferences” for people who study cattle. This congress is the official gathering of the World Association of Buiatrics.

The WBC congress is held in a different part of the world every 2 years since its inception in 1960 and has an average attendance of 2500-3000 delegates each Congress.

AVERAGE ATTENDANCE

About 1500-2500 delegates and 150-300 accompanying persons

AVERAGE DURATION

4 to 5 days

GENERAL ORGANISATION

Opening ceremony, invited state-of-the-art presentations, free oral presentations, poster and video sessions, satellite symposia, workshops, practical tips, commercial exhibitions, award ceremonies, social programmes, general assembly

LAST CONGRESS

The World Buiatrics Congress 2016 took place in Ireland. Recognised worldwide as the premier cattle congress in the world, exploring the study of cattle and their diseases, it was a delight to welcome congressists to Dublin from the 3rd – 8th July, 2016.

WBC 2016 saw 3,000 veterinarians, academics, veterinary medicine companies gather together in the Convention Centre Dublin.

PAST CONGRESSES

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    Dublin (Ireland)

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    Cairns (Australia)

    2014

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    Lisbon (Portugal)

    2012

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    Santiago (Chile)

    2010

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    Budapest (Hungary)

    2008

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    Nice (France)

    2006

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    Quebec (Canada)

    2004

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    Hannover (Germany)

    2002

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    Punta del Este (Uruguay)

    2000

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    Sydney (Australia)

    1998

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    Edinburgh (Scotland)

    1996

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    Bologna (Italy)

    1994

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    St Paul (USA)

    1992

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    San Salvador da Bahia (Brazil)

    1990

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    Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

    1988

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    Dublin (Ireland)

    1986

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    Durban (South Africa)

    1984

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    Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

    1982

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    Tel Aviv (Israel)

    1980

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    Mexico City (Mexico)

    1978

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    Nice (France)

    1976

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    Milan (Italy)

    1974

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    Philadelphia (USA)

    1972

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    London, UK

    1970

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    Opatija (Yugoslavia)

    1968

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    Zurich (Switzerland)

    1966

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    Copenhagen (Denmark)

    1964

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    Vienna (Austria)

    1962

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    Hannover (Germany)

    1960