The 2015 Interbull Annual Meeting will take place July 9–12, 2015, at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida, on the four days leading up to the start of the 2015 ADSA®-ASAS Joint Annual Meeting (JAM). Interbull is a subcommittee of ICAR and is completing 31 years of existence in 2014. Interbull includes 50 organizations from 32 countries on 5 continents, who participate in Interbull activities involving international genetic evaluations of dairy bulls (83 populations from 6 breeds, delivering about 200,000 evaluations for 40 different traits, 3 times a year).
A separate registration fee is required to attend the full Interbull Annual Meeting, and a special student rate is available. The Interbull meeting is a ticketed event, and those interested in attending can add this to their JAM registration or can register for the Interbull Annual meeting only.
The Interbull morning and afternoon sessions on Sunday, July 12, will be held jointly with JAM. All JAM attendees are invited to attend the Sunday Interbull–JAM Joint sessions at no cost, but must reserve a seat when registering for JAM (ticketed item: Sunday Interbull–JAM Joint Session, Registration Fee = $0).
*food only, excluding alcohol, sundries, and tax
JAM presents a diverse scientific program offering of over 2,200 oral and poster presentations from scientists around the globe. Enjoy more than 40 symposia, workshops, and pre-conference events presented by the world's leading animal and dairy scientists. Topics include animal health and well-being, dairy food science, dairy production, animal and human nutrition, livestock transport, food safety, and production and management. Over 100 exhibitors will gather at one place and time to make it easy for attendees to discover innovative products, services, and solutions.
96% of survey respondents would recommend JAM to a colleague.
50% of survey respondents ranked the 2013 JAM as the top animal/dairy science meeting attended in the previous two years.
Need ARPAS CEUs? The JAM has been approved for up to 21 continuing education units (CEUs). RACE Credits are available, too.
Post your resume at the Job Resource Center located in the exhibit hall and visit with academic, industry, and government leaders.
Over 50 countries will be represented at JAM! Take advantage of a truly global conference in an easy-to-reach location, with great domestic and international air service.
In addition to the variety of scientific programming, students can participate in valuable oral and poster presentation competitions and enjoy a full itinerary of social activities.
JAM offers multiple formal and informal networking opportunities for attendees. Interact with attendees from more than 1,500 organizations represented at JAM!
66% of attendees brought home 1 to 3 new ideas and 30% more than 3!
60% of attendees made 2 to 5 new contacts and 14% more than 5!
61% of attendees brought home 1 to 3 ideas from a species or discipline other than their primary area of focus.
Opening Reception, Global Networking Reception, Sunday Late-Breaking Abstract session, free WiFi in the exhibit hall and meeting areas, coffee and pastries during poster sessions, our always-well-attended ice cream social, and meeting with really nice people!
Families can enjoy many Orlando attractions—Disneyworld, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, Wet-n-Wild, SeaWorld, and Aquatica—all within a short shuttle or taxi ride from the resort. Special Meeting/Convention ticket rates will be available to all JAM attendees in advance of the meeting, online, and the tickets can be purchased at the Rosen Shingle Creek.
“There is not a better animal science meeting, anywhere. Well run, great programs, grand opportunities for learning.”
“Throughout my career, the JAM has been the single largest contributor to my professional development.”
“Always worth the time and money to attend.”
Read all of the JAM 2013 testimonials