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News (December 2022 Journal of Camel Practice and Research)

Janvry, Second Festival of Camelids in France

The festival of camelids is a public event organised for the second time in a small village of Essonne (France) gathering all the actors of the camelid (small and large) sector, not only in France, but also in Europe (Spain, Italy, Austria, Belgium), in USA and some “camel countries” as Morocco, Algeria, Mauritania, Chad, Niger, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and others…. The festival included conferences, camel show, degustation and selling of camelid products (pasteurised and powder milk, kefir, cheese, sweet, cosmetic, wool). In addition, many exchanges occurred between large public and camel farmers, veterinarians, and camel scientists involved in different European projects as CAMELMILK or CAMELSHIELD. Among the conferences, 3 were particularly focused on generic research with different topics as “Is the camel conquering the world?” (B. Faye, France), “The secrets of the camel genetic” (E. Ciani, Italy), “Truth and legends on camel milk” (G. Konuspayeva, Kazakhstan). Several thousand visitors came on the festival which had an important mediatic covering.

Godwar Camel Cheese Fest Held in Sadri, India

Camel Charisma and LPPS (Lokhi Pashu Palak Sansthan) jointly organised the Godwar Camel Cheese Fest from 23-24 November 2022 at the site of the Kumhalgarh Camel Dairy near Ranakpur-Sadri. This was aimed to showcase the culinary potential and diversity of camel dairy products. It included meeting of camel breeders from all over Rajasthan to understand and discuss their prespective. Second day included a visit to the nomadic herd to have a taste of fresh camel milk in oak leaf and to enjoy the camel milk tea brewed over the fire. Later in day, camel cheese tasting was planned. The concept of a cruelty free dairy was also planned to discuss. The event was organised by the Hanwant Singh Rathore and Dr. Ilse. (www.camelcharisma.com).

Lead Speaker in The Conference of Saudi Veterinary Medicine Society

Dr T.K. Gahlot Editor JCPR was Invited as a keynote speaker in the conference of Saudi Veteri

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