The 2022 Broiler Feed Quality Conference will focus on the pathways to deal with the challenges facing the Broiler Industry in Asia . . . firstly four sessions, each three-hours long, will be streamed over consecutive Wednesdays, starting from 2 November 2022 . . . and then a live conference on 28-29 November 2022 to discuss, debate and analyze the science presented during these sessions.
The sessions will focus on:
Pathways to profit: corn-soy diets – more from less
We’ll evaluate how to get the most from corn/soy diets, the importance of precision-nutrition, calcium and phosphorus specifications, amino acid data, the role of mannanase and the latest in measuring ingredient quality – this session will be led by Dr Peter Chrystal, Nutritionist, Complete Feed Solutions, Australia/New Zealand.
Pathways to performance: mastering gut functionality
This session will focus on the gut as an organ, its functionality and role in nutrient utilization, the cause and impact of gut inflammation, how phytic acid and phytase benefit nutrition and the impact of the current high ingredient costs on intestinal health – the session will be led by Dr Pietro Celi, Manager Performance Solutions – Oceania, DSM Nutrition.
Pathways to efficiency: manipulating digestion & absorption
We’ll look at the latest strategies in enzyme utilization, how functional fibres and organic acids interact, emulsification and fats and practical tools to improve nutrient utilization on farm – this session will be led by Dr Miriam Alberto-Tempra, Consultant Nutritionist, Bright Side Consulting, Philippines.
Pathways to ingredient selection – alternative options
This session will focus on how alternative ingredients, available in Asia are being used including: cassava, rice bran, DDGS, canola meal and palm kernel meal – a not to be missed session led by, Dr Yuwares Ruangpanit, Assistant Professor, Kasetsart University, Kamphaengsaen Campus, Thailand.
Twenty-seven presentations delivered, with high-quality sound and video, by experts from across the region and around the world, who will share their experience and offer practical, farm-level, solutions.
And, at the end of each session, we will feature an extended live Q&A panel to answer your questions.
And on 28-29 November 2022 we’ll hold a live conference in Bangkok at The Landmark to discuss, debate and analyze the science presented during the above sessions.
I look forward to you joining us – both for the streamed presentations and at the live event in Bangkok.
I look forward to you joining us at this not to be missed conference that is so essential for the future of our pig industry.