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The 66th EAAP Annual Meeting is organised by the Polish Society of Animal Production (PTZ) in co-operation with the National Animal Breeding Centre (KCHZ) and the Faculty of Animal Sciences of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW).

Congress Organiser:

Polskie Towarzystwo Zootechniczne
Polish Society of Animal Production
ul. Kaliska 9 lok. 4
02-316 Warszawa

Contact person: Dorota Krencik


Polish Society of Animal Production (Polskie Towarzystwo Zootechniczne) is a scientific society which was established in 1922. Its main activity is the cooperation in animal science development and dissemination of knowledge. Its mission is also to merge the scientists and industry people involved in animal production. PSAP edits two journals and organises annual scientific meetings. The society represents the industry to the Administrative Authorities and actively consults in the area of practice


Krajowe Centrum Hodowli Zwierząt
National Animal Breeding Centre


National Animal Breeding Centre (KCHZ) is a state unit realizing tasks deputed by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development. The control of activities connected with farm animal breeding and reproduction as well as conducting the Reference Laboratory (LOM LR) which testing milk in scope of cattle, sheep and goat milk recording are the main statutory tasks of the KCHZ.

KCHZ performs also a value and breeding recording and conducts herd books of fur animals and bees. It is also a technical organizer of National Animal Breeding Exhibition which is a recurrent review of achievements in national breeding of all farm animal species and races in Poland.




Wydział Nauk o Zwierzętach
Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego w Warszawie  
Faculty of Animal Sciences

Warsaw University of Life Sciences


Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW with its nearly 200-year tradition is one of the oldest and the largest universities in Poland. It is also one of the most modern universities, where tradition and modernity meet. At present, research and education is carried out at 13 faculties.

At WULS over 1,300 university teachers and instructors are employed. Academic programmes are offered at the bachelor, master and doctoral levels, there is also a postgraduate MBA programme. Currently 34 study programmes for 27,000 students are carried out.

Warsaw University of Life Sciences–SGGW is involved in multifaceted research that aims to solve current problems in the economy, life science and related fields.

Faculty of Animal Sciences

The Faculty consists of four departments:. 

More information about research topics can be found on the